Pampers Rewards: New Code for 50 Free Points + 100 Points for New Members
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Pampers Rewards: New Code for 50 Free Points + 100 Points for New Members

Posted on Monday, September 29th, 2014 at 10:15 am
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Do you have a little one at home? If so, join the FREE Pampers Gifts to Grow Rewards program and receive 100 free points toward your purchase of Pampers goods.  Whenever you purchase a Pampers product, you’ll earn points that you can then use to purchase more Pampers too!

PLUS… use code  50WICFSCL201415 to snag an additional 50 FREE Points!!

Thanks Freebie Shark!

Don’t miss these great Baby & Toddler Coupons currently available:


$3.00 off any BabySpa products $4.00 off TWO packages of PULL-UPS Training Pants
$2.25 off ONE package of PULL-UPS Training Pants $1.50 off one box of Well Beginnings Diapers
$5.00 off ONE bottle of GERBER Soothe Colic Drops $3.00 off GERBER GOOD START GRADUATES Formula
$3.00 off GERBER GOOD START Soothe 22 oz $10.00 off any Evenflo Car Seat with SureSafe
$2.00 off ONE Dreft Detergent $1.00 off 1 Baby Orajel™ Naturals Teething Product
$0.50 off ONE Pampers Wipes 56 ct or higher $1.00 off Any Boudreaux's Butt Paste Product
$2.00 off ONE (1) Boudreaux's Butt Paste product $1.00 off 2 Gerber or Graduates Yogurt Blends
$1.00 off any 3 Gerber Graduates Meals or Sides $1.00 off any 2 Gerber Graduates Lil' Whoos
$1.00 off any 3 Gerber Graduates Grabbers™ items $1.00 off any 3 Gerber Graduates Puffs
$0.50 off ONE Luvs Diapers $2.00 off ONE Pampers Easy Ups Trainers
$1.00 off one box of White Cloud Diapers

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