**We have a NEW $3.00/1 Huggies Diaper printable!!
I'm telling you..Kroger is where it's AT when it comes to stocking up on all of your baby needs. We have a new Huggies Catalina generating at Kroger that will score $5.00 On Your Next Order when you purchase a total of $25 worth (before coupons*). But, BUT…we ALSO have a new Baby Aisle Catalina double dip starting today that will make this deal even sweeter!! For this one, you'll get back $10.00 to spend on your next BABY AISLE purchase when you buy $40 worth in a single transaction. I have a couple of deal scenarios for you below but you can mix and match any of the baby items you'd like to get to your $25 total for Huggies and $40 overall total.
On top of all of that I am adding in a Gerber Catalina. So if you don't need all kind of diapers, this may be a good deal for you.
Click HERE to view pictures of everything included.
3/19 – 4/16 | Huggies Diapers, Wipes, Pull-Ups Training Pants or Goodnites Underwear (jumbo pack or larger)
Buy $25 worth in a single transaction = $5.00 OYNO
3/22 – 4/1 | Kroger Baby Aisle participating items
Buy $40 worth in a single transaction = $10.00 OYN Baby Aisle Purchase
3/20 – 4/16 | Gerber Graduates Snacks or Meals
Buy (5) = $2.00 OYNO
Buy (7) = $3.00 OYNO
Buy (10+) = $4.00 OYNO
:: DEAL SCENARIO
Search for more coupons in my coupon database
*Remember, the $40 “total purchase” is your PRE-coupon total, meaning the coupons you use will NOT change the fact that you just spent 40 bucks. The only caveat to this rule is Kroger DIGITAL coupons. These WILL reduce your “total spent”, so make sure you don't have any of those loaded that will make your total dip below $40.
If you want to do these deals more than once, be sure to separate your transactions to ensure your Catalinas print. And remember, Kroger Catalinas ALWAYS roll!! Want to learn more about how Kroger Catalinas work, including what to do if you don't receive yours? Read THIS POST.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Kimberly-Clark. The opinions and text are all mine.
Thanks for the Catalina printout, Yuvonne!