Huggies Double Dip Catalina’s = 5 Packs of Diapers & 1 Wipes ONLY $10.95 at Smith’s!!

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The $10 back when you spend $30 on Huggies Catalina is still printing at Smith's through 1/24. Starting today, we also have a double-dip Baby Aisle Catalina that started! When you spend $40 on select baby aisle Products you will also receive a $10 Catalina back. We're talking rock-bottom prices for Diapers. Stack your coupons with the sale and Catalina offer to take home 5 packs of diapers AND 1 pack of wipes for $10.95 TOTAL! Checkout how to make the deal work below:

Baby Aisle Purchase Catalina:
Effective through 1/23
Spend $40 on participating products = $10 On Your Next Order Catalina

Huggies Catalina: Buy Huggies Diapers, Wipes, Pull-ups or GoodNites Underwear (jumbo pack or larger)
Effective through 1/24
Spend $30 or more = $10 On Your Order Catalina

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**IMPORTANT: the $40 total spent is BEFORE coupons, meaning the coupons you use will NOT change the fact that you just spent $40. The only exception to this rule is your Smith's digital coupons. These offers DO reduce your “total spent” out of pocket! For this reason I suggest not using them, and have excluded them from my scenario.

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8 Responses

  1. Hi, Do you know how often Smiths has deals On diapers like this?
  2. The store Catalina that prints is only good to use on your next $10 baby aisle purchase. I just did this deal
    • Oh I see you already out that sorry! :)
    • So does that mean you can't use both Catalina on the next diapers deal if you are doing multiples?
      • Heather
        you can use the Catalinas from a previous purchase to lower the out of pocket on a second transaction! We call this rolling Catalinas, and yes you will still receive the same Catalinas after you pay!
  3. The coupon is 1 per purchase. What does that mean exactly?
    • Heather
      That's a fancy way of saying on coupon per item(s) specified. So, if you have a $2/1 coupon and buy 2 packages of diaper, then you will need (2) coupons to save $2 off each package. The terms protect against people trying to use more than one coupon source on an item. Say you had a $2/1 printable AND a $1.50 paper coupon, they cannot be stacked on one item, you would have to buy 2 items. Hope this makes sense!
      • It does make sense! Thank you :)
NOTE: Keep in mind that Smith's product prices, brands and promotions will vary by region. There are 7 different states with Smith's stores and many different pricing regions. Our pictures come from various stores primarily in the Salt Lake and Las Vegas markets. If you find a variance we love to hear in the comments.

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