How to Get Free Stuff From Huggies Rewards

Get points for purchasing Huggies products

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Huggies Rewards+ is a loyalty program that allows you to earn points for purchasing Huggies products, including Huggies, Pull-Ups, and Goodnites. You can then redeem those points for gift cards to a wide range of retailers. To participate in the program, you'll need to download the Fetch app.

Since having a baby can mean buying a lot of stuff, participating in a rewards program like this is one way to earn a little bonus when you shop. With Fetch, you'll earn points for purchases other than your baby's diapers, too.

How Huggies Rewards Works

In the past, Huggies ran its own reward program. It allowed parents to earn points by purchasing Huggies products and participating in activities like taking surveys and watching videos. Prizes included free diapers.

As of late 2020, Huggies Rewards moved under the Fetch Rewards umbrella. With Fetch, you use an app to scan your receipts for any purchase from any store. You can also connect Fetch to your account with online retailers.

Once you are a member of Fetch Rewards, you can select Huggies Rewards as an option. Then you will earn extra Fetch points when you purchase Huggies products.

Huggies Rewards Points and Prizes

You'll earn points from Fetch just for scanning your receipt, regardless of whether you buy any Huggies products. But if you do, you'll earn additional points.

Huggies Purchases Fetch Reward Points
$150  5,000
$350 10,000
$550 15,000
$750 20,000

Sometimes, there will be special deals allowing you to earn extra point on your Huggies purchases. You can also earn Fetch points for purchases from other brands, including A+D, Annie's Homegrown, Baby Dove, Cheerios, Cottonelle, Kleenex, Miralax, Seventh Generation, and Yoplait. If you fill prescriptions through GoodRx, that earns Fetch points too.

Fetch Reward Points are usually worth $1 per 1,000 points. So once you earn 5,000 points, you can redeem them for a $5 gift card. Choose from major retailers like Amazon, Apple, CVS, Starbucks, Target, and Walmart.

Pros and Cons of Huggies Rewards

Like any loyalty program, there are some advantages and disadvantages to using Huggies Rewards and Fetch.

  • Earn points for products you're already buying

  • Easy to use

  • Provides a variety of gift card rewards

  • Must share receipts and personal information

  • Takes time to earn rewards

  • Rewards aren't specific to parents

  • Must scan receipts within 14 days


If you use Fetch to earn Huggies Rewards, you also earn points for other products you might already be buying (like boxed mac and cheese, diaper ointment, toilet paper, or even prescription medicines).

It's easy to scan your receipts with the app, connect your online shopping accounts to Fetch, and view special offers inside the app.

You'll also have access to a good range of gift card rewards once you have earned enough Fetch points.


As with most rewards or loyalty programs, Huggies Rewards/Fetch is free to use. But that means the company is using information about your purchases to make its profits. While your personal information (like your email address) won't be shared with Fetch's partners, anonymous data will. And of course, Fetch itself will have your contact information.

A single receipt will only earn you 25 points if you don't purchase anything from Fetch's partner brands. So it can take awhile to amass enough points to redeem a reward. And unlike the former Huggies Rewards program, you can't cash in your points for free diapers. Instead, you'd have to get a gift card to a retailer like Walmart and then use it on diapers.

You'll need to scan your receipts into the app within 14 days, and you can only scan 35 receipts within a 7-day period. That's something to be aware of if you tend to make lots of small shopping trips. And if your account is inactive for 90 days, you may lose any points you haven't redeemed.

By Stacy Fisher
Stacy Fisher is a freelancer with 18+ years experience writing about budgeting and saving money. She has published hundreds of articles and co-authored a book.