Get a Free $10 Target Gift Card When You Buy These Household Essentials
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Starting this Sunday, April 17, Target is offering a sweet reward when you buy household staples.
Get a free $10 Target gift card when you buy basics like toilet paper, garbage bags and diapers in the store next week.
The deal applies to select household brands, including Cottonelle, Scott, Viva, Kleenex, Glad, Cascade, All, Shout and Snuggle, plus diapers from Pampers, Huggies or up & up.
How to Get a $10 Target Gift Card
Here are the specifics:
You’ll get a free $10 gift card when you buy any two Pampers or Huggies super packs, or up & up giant pack of diapers for $24.99 each.
Or, get a free $10 gift card when you buy any four of the following for between $9.99 and $10.99 each:
- Select toilet paper from Cottonelle or Scott
- Viva 8-pack giant roll or Vantage paper towels
- Select All or Powercore laundry detergent
- Select Snuggle fabric softener
- 72-count Shout ColorCatcher dryer sheets
- Select Glad trash bags
- Select Kleenex tissue packs
- 36- to 60-count Cascade ActionPacs dishwashing liquid
Save 37% on Diapers
We love a chance to make an already good deal even better, so here are a few extra tricks!
1. Use a Manufacturer’s Coupon
Sign up with Huggies to get this coupon for $4 off any two packages of Little Snugglers.
2. Use a Discounted Gift Card
Purchase a Target gift card from Raise.com to stretch your money further. For example, there’s a $50 e-gift card available today for $48 (4% off).
You’ll receive it via email within a few hours, and you can transfer the gift card to your Target app, or print the gift card from your email and scan the barcode in the store.
3. Pay With a Cash-Back Credit Card
Pay for your gift card with a cash-back credit card for additional savings.
Here’s an option we like: It’s the Chase Freedom Unlimited card. Its claim to fame? You’ll earn an unlimited 1.5% cash back on all your purchases. Plus, if you spend $500 in your first three months of opening the card (hi, groceries), you’ll pocket a $150 bonus.
There’s no annual fee, and the cash-back rewards don’t expire.
Get signed up — and 0% intro APR for 15 months — here.
*The information for the Chase Freedom Unlimited card has been collected independently by The Penny Hoarder. Opinions expressed here are the author’s alone, not those of the credit card issuer, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by the credit card issuer. The Penny Hoarder is a partner of Credible.
4. Get a Rebate
Scan your receipt after you shop to get more money back.
Ibotta is offering $2 back on any variety or size of Huggies diapers.
Here are your savings:
- Original price: $49.98 (2 @ $24.99)
- Discounts: $6
- Cash back: $12.72
- The Penny Hoarder Price: $31.26
With these steps, you’ll save a total of $18.72 — 37% — on diapers next week!
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Dana Sitar (@danasitar) is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. She’s written for Huffington Post, Entrepreneur.com, Writer’s Digest and more, attempting humor wherever it’s allowed (and sometimes where it’s not).
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