How to find the best diaper coupons online
Each time your baby goes to the bathroom, it costs you 36 cents. That might not sound too financially traumatizing on the surface. However, over the course of two and a half years, that’s more than $2,500–on disposable diapers, according to the website Diaper Decisions. Parents are literally putting thousands of dollars to waste for each child.
As a frugal parent, you should never pay full price for diapers. There are so many ways to save on diapers that there’s no excuse to flush all of that cash down the toilet. Here’s the inside scoop on how to find the best diaper coupons.
Start by checking diaper manufacturer websites. It seems you can always find a printable or downloadable coupon on Pampers.com, Huggies.com, Luvsdiapers.com and more. Bookmark the pages or even set them as your homepage so you remember to check back frequently for new deals. Don’t have time to website cruise? Find a wide selection of printable coupons at ShopAtHome.com.
Always use Cash Back paired with ShopGold Rewards. Order your diapers through Walmart.com and get 2 percent Cash Back (often more). When we’re talking $2,500, that’s an easy $50 in savings for doing one simple extra step.
Buy in bulk. Websites like Diapers.com and Amazon.com let you buy in bulk, which can drop your per-diaper price.
Join Amazon Mom. Amazon Mom members get 20 percent off diapers and free two-day shipping, as well as exclusive coupon deals (and 15 percent off eligible items on your registry). Sign up today for a free 30-day trial. Once you join, you can cancel your membership at any time, too.
Sign up for rewards programs. For example, sign up for Huggies Rewards and get special diaper coupons, as well as access to resources and product reviews. Plus, earn points for products purchased. You will see a rewards code in the package, and all you need to do is enter the number into your account and watch the points pile up. Earn even more points for referring friends, reading certain recommended “tips and insights” and sharing your reviews of products.
Use social media. Facebook can help you save money. “Like” diaper companies’ Facebook pages for special discounts and deals, and follow other pages, like Diaper Coupons, to build a community of frugal parents.