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Posted on Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 at 9:02 pm
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When it comes to diapers, many parents prefer Huggies because of their great quality and comfort.  There’s also another reason to prefer them -low cost, especially with frequent coupons, sales and specials.  There are ALWAYS coupons for Huggies, and when you combine those with in store rebates and sales, you can really save big.

There are ongoing rewards with the Huggies Enjoy the Ride rewards program. You can collect codes from purchases of Huggies diapers, and also find some free codes in ads and blogs.  Rewards include gift cards and free packages of diapers.  That’s even more savings for you!

Places to find Huggies coupons include, the newspapers, the product itself, and the website.  You’ll find coupons of up to $3 off most of the time.  Combine these with sales at CVS, Target, or Walmart, and match with in store coupons and rebates, and your savings off the price are so significant it makes buying the cheap brand so not worth it.

You will also find sales on Huggies Diapers online, with sites such as and Amazon.  Make sure you use our online coupons for these huge savings.

Right now on the Huggies site, they have a contest for you to win free diapers for a year.  That’s a lot of diapers, and a huge savings!  Be sure to enter.

Keep checking our printable coupons, and our Sunday coupon previews for the latest Huggies coupons.  You will need a lot of them, and don’t be afraid to join with coupon club traders and online trading boards to get these.  Many people who do not have babies will save Huggies coupons to trade for other items, such as pet food.

Don’t miss an opportunity to save money on these valuable diapers, especially if they are the preferred fit for your baby.

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