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By Benjamin K. Glaser
March 22, 2016
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Score Mobil-brand motor oil from just $7, and buy at least a few weeks work of diapers while getting a gift card to boot. These deals and more are part of a roundup of this week’s best bargains.

Gift Card Bonus at Target
We don’t always recommend buying in bulk, but when it’s a great deal on household goods like diapers that you’re sure to use up quickly, it’s a no-brainer. Target offers a selection of baby diaper packs for $24.99. Even better, add six packs to cart for $149.94 and pad your order over $150 with an eligible baby wipe item (starting from 99¢), and you’ll receive $55 in Target Gift Cards. (You’ll get a $10 gift card for every two diaper packs and a $25 gift card for purchasing over $150.) Plus, these orders qualify for free shipping. Deal ends March 26.

Mobil Motor Oil From $7
Walmart continues to offer Mobil 1 Synthetic 5-Quart Motor Oil or Mobil Super 5-Quart Oil in 23 varieties from $7.17 after this mail-in rebate. (Prices and rebate amounts vary based on the type of oil you buy.) Opt for in-store pickup to avoid the $4.97 shipping fee. That’s tied with last week’s mention as the lowest price we’ve seen for any Mobil 5-quart oil. Rebate ends May 31.

Up to 75% Off Hiking Boots at REI Outlet
It’s now officially spring, and if you’re planning to hit the trails, you might need to pick up some hiking gear, including a new set of boots. REI Outlet takes up to 75% off a selection of men’s, women’s, and kids’ hiking boots. Shipping adds $5.99, but orders of $50 or more bag free shipping. (In-store pickup is also available.) Some choice discounts are the Topo Athletic Women’s W-MT Trail-Running Hiking Shoes for $64.73 ($35 off) and the Oboz Men’s Arete Shoes for $83.73 ($36 off)

Under $9 for 1,400 Items at Kohl’s
For a wide range of affordable apparel, from t-shirts to the last of the winter accessories, check our Kohl’s as it discounts over 1,400 items to $8.50 or less via coupon code “DEAL15.” Shipping starts at $8.95, but orders of $75 or more qualify for free shipping. Sizes are limited in many styles, and the deals end March 23. A couple of select discounts, both with prices after coupon, are the Sonoma Goods for Life Women’s Cozy Knee-High Gripper Socks for $8.16 ($16 off), and the Vans Men’s Make Waves Hooded T-Shirt for $8.50 ($42 off).

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