How To Get Diapers For Much, Much Less

Do you have a child in diapers or know someone that does?

Up until the last few months, my goal was to spend no more than $5 (rather than the retail price of $12.99) for a jumbo pack of diapers at our local drugstores, like CVS or Walgreens. The Huggies size 5 jumbo pack has 27 diapers, so that was a cost of almost .19 per diaper, not too bad. Actually, that was pretty good!

Lately, however, there have been some much better diaper deals running on Amazon.com, specifically through the Amazon Mom program, including 120 size 5 Huggies diapers for about .13 cents each (that's $16 for 120 diapers)! Just use your Amazon Mom membership (it's free, and you'll get a 15% discount), choose the Subscribe & Save option to receive an additional 15% discount (you can cancel anytime), and input the 20% off discount code from the Amazon coupon found in some Parents magazines, if you have it.

I'm not planning to shop for diapers at the local drugstore anytime soon, and $5 for a jumbo pack seems expensive to me now. Really, if you think about it, even if there are no coupons available and you're just using your Amazon Mom discount along with Subscribe & Save, you can get all the diapers you need for less than .19 cents per diaper (or $5 a jumbo pack), sometimes much less, depending the size that you need. No more watching for CVS extra care bucks sales on diapers, no more collecting massive amounts of diaper coupons from newspaper inserts. And, they are delivered right to your door for free... no shipping charges!

I've been purchasing these Luvs Diapers for my little guy.  After discounts, they come to $25 for a box of 150 diapers, which is about .16 per diaper, without considering the coupons that have been in Parents magazine recently.  If you have those coupons, you can save even more.

Those are just the kinda diaper deals this homeschoolin', stay-at-home mama is grateful for :)

(Make these deals even sweeter by accumulating Swagbucks from your internet searches, and use the Swagbucks to purchase $5 Amazon gift cards. Apply those gift cards to your Amazon diaper purchases. Accumulate even more Swagbucks by referring your friends, or participating in daily surveys if you have the time.  Haven't heard of Swagbucks before?  Hop on over and check it out!)

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  1. Wow! Thank you for this post! My littlest is almost out of diapers(I hope), but economically speaking, we need to pinch those pennys more now than ever... so thank you! This is something to be grateful for for sure!


  2. What a great tip! Thank you for participating in Tuesday's Tip Jar over on Blog Mommas and for linking to it correctly for the meme. I really appreciate that so much.


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