Anonymous

deals on diapers?

I’m a soon to be mom and figured I should be stocking up on diapers. I’ve read about these really savvy moms that clips coupons, search for sales and end up getting great prices on them. I lack such saviness so I’m trying to see where I could go to save money. I used pampers at first and the target brand when my first born was older. Pampers can get pricey but target, at the time, wasn’t cutting it for when baby was just born. Any other ideas on where to get the best bang for the buck? Budget is much tighter now with kid number 2. TIA

  • Momof2
    Feb 21

    Not sure if you’re open to cloth diapering but that is definitely the most cost-effective way to diaper! And it doesn’t have to be all or nothing. We probably used them about 75% of the time and I have a friend who use than about half the time.I know it seems like a lot of money upfront to invest in the diapers but it really is cheaper over time.We switched to disposable diapers last September because after four years of using the same cloth diapers they were starting to wear out. I sincerely believe we have spent almost as much money on disposable diapers in the last five months as we did on our whole cloth diaper supply for the entire four years.

  • A
    Feb 21

    I am not coupon/deal savvy either. But we used Luvs, which are much cheaper and always worked really well for us. No leaks! King Soopers/Kroger always had a $2 coupon on their app if you download it.

  • Jackie
    Feb 21

    We buy from BJs (wholesale) when they have $4off coupons.. we have family that also has memberships for there so they give us their coupons too and we buy 2-3 boxes at a time.

  • Aye
    Feb 21

    Sam’s club for us, works great and we get the wipes from them too.

  • Tabitha
    Feb 21

    Look for the target deals like buy two get a x among gift card.

  • Tiana
    Feb 22

    Cloth diapers are super economical, and you can use them for multiple kids, at the same time or years apart. Also, Costco/sams club is a good option

  • Jennifer
    Feb 22

    If you want to stock with pampers, check out the pampers rewards app. You earn points that you can use for diaper and wipe coupons.

  • Avon
    Feb 24

    Most sites will also break down the cost per diaper to make it easier to compare. Then it might be worth finding a deal on Amazon or CVS if they have it avaiable in bulk.

  • Amanda
    Feb 26

    Kristen Bell has a line of affordable diapers sold exclusively at Walmart. The brand is called "Hello Bello." I've heard great things about them! They're plant-based and have really cute designs. www.hellobello.com

  • Sara
    Feb 26

    I buy diapers off of Amazon just because it's easiest for me to have them ship to me. The thing that's nice about Amazon is for diapers they always show you the price per diaper so you can compare easily even when the boxes are different sizes.

  • Sara
    Feb 27

    An Amazon subscription is the best way to go. The cost is $0.09 - $0.22 per diaper depending on the brand, size and quantity. I buy Pampers diapers and wipes and use the pampers rewards app to earn Amazon gift cards. I subscribe to about 40 household items. I skip a month whenever I don't need a refill and each item can be set up for delivery every 1-6 months. When 5 items are in an order each month some of the items are discounted by 5-20%.