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Amazon does not carry generic diapers, but their LUV value pack diapers were considerably cheaper than the generic brands of the other stores. Amazon Mom is a free program that provides discounts, free shipping and other benefits. Target beat Costcos for 5 out of 6 sizes of Huggies diapers without even factoring in coupons or other diaper-related promotions and discounts.
Target is more generous with their diaper discounts than Costco, which means the warehouse club falls further behind in the savings. Certainly using coupons for name brand diapers like Huggies and Pampers would lower your out-of-pocket cost. Shopping that way can get you diapers for half price or less.
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When you are running low on diapers the good news is that ordering online is often less expensive than running to the store, plus much more convenient, and ordering from Amazon can score big savings. Be sure to check out the coupon deals on Amazon to score some killer deals on diapers and other products. It updates frequently so keep your eye out for diaper coupon deals when they are available. Your turn: What other money-saving ideas do you have for disposable diaper users? Yes, we know that cloth diapers could be cheaper, but apart from that, how else can we save?
I have been buying my Pampers thru Amazon since last summer. I buy diapers on Amazon! Plus I get 2-day free shipping. Can't beat the price and if I can buy it from the comfort of my own home even better. I've been buying Amazon. However, wondering why you didn't price compare Babies and ToysRUs? Rochelle — Good question. In time I may consider adding them in.
I could be wrong, but even when I see their promotions and sales I rarely find a deal that gets me excited. Thank you for this PocketYourDollars — very helpful. Next you'll have to find reasonable formula costs! I usually buy a couple boxes at Costco when they're on sale with their monthly coupons which ends up being less money for us because they end up being cheaper and I have to drive to get diapers less often. Of course, my kids are 2 and 3 so I know their sizes will stay pretty constant through a couple boxes of diapers…we're expecting again this fall though so it's good to know about the smaller sizes.
One other thing…I've found that some generic diapers are often less effective and I would end up with more leaking and blowouts resulting in twice the laundry…which is why I used huggies so often when my kids were tiny. I would like to know the prices that you came up with as far as the cheapest without coupons. That way I can really know when I am getting a good deal! Would that be possible? For example when you say Target has the cheapest size 4 generic diaper how much are they per diaper. I know it depends if you are buying the smaller packages or the larger boxes, but I am curious what you came up with!
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Thanks :. Did you compare any size 6 diapers? My son wears that size. I have gotten the best deals lately with sales and coupons at Walgreens and Amazon. But would really like to see comparisons on those. What brand do you buy for the little guy? I too have a son who breaks out from most diapers. It seems Pampers are the worst for him, even the "sensitive" ones. So, I've been getting Seventh Generation. They seem to be helping I'm using their detergent as well , but they're of course more expensive. Would love to know your thoughts :. What about Wal-mart? I was given some of their brand and they weren't bad.
Also their prices on the name brands are usually a dollor less than Target. Obviously I don't have any babies to buy diapers for. But I have a Granddaughter that has 2 in diapers so I will sending her this list. So this list will come in handy for them. Thanks PocketYourDollars for doing this. Karen — I did actually do a compare with Luvs, but so few of the stores carried them, that I left them out. I can sort through the info and add them back in. I've always heard that target brand are the best deal — good to see that's pretty true.
Is there a reason Walmart wasn't included? We do use cloth diapers there are some SUPER cool options now that are more like disposable, even our daycare takes them , but I needed disposable wipes for daycare. I found that for the most "natural", basic wipe, Target brand was the best deal. I am so happy I cloth diaper my twins.
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Cheapest option by a landslide! And we've had only a handful of blowouts and leaking incidents — the real elastic on cloth diapers holds everything in better than the fake elastic and leg gussets on disposables. I have bought disposables for vacation and for a babysitter and Rainbow's Roundy's brand works great. I'm not sure where it compares to others, but I know they have some sort of baby promotion going on where if you spend X amount of dollars between X and Z dates, you get some sort of reward.
Awesome comparison… thank you for all the time you spend on getting us the best deals possible! How does Soap. I would really be interested in laundry detergents since I am thinking of ordering diapers form diapers. Thanks so much for the info Carrie. Especially since Parents mag.
For my son who always leaks out I use Sam's Club diapers. They are pretty cheap and almost always keep everything in, even overnight. We've been buying our son's diapers from Sam's Club since he was born. The only one that don't bother his sensitive skin are the Pamper's Crusiers and the Pampers Swaddlers. I never did do a price comparison, but it seems as though we are saving a lot of money buying these case quantities.
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I'm not comfortable buying diapers online, had my identity stolen once, so in your opinion is Sam's still the best option for us? Thank you! Luvs is the one diaper that I wouldn't buy! Is that what you really want to put on a baby's skin??? I thought the same thing Nancy! We refuse to buy them after the one purchase.
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The smell was unbearable! The difference between the walgreen's brand and costco's is night and day- Costco's brand is awesome- better than huggies in my opinion, while I would never buy walgreen's brand again- it's like not wearing diapers at all in my opinion- they leak and get soggy in a minute… I've found that CVS is the best place with coupons and bucks back as far as quality, and I mean for huggies and pampers.
Their CVS brand run huge, but are not too bad as far as quality. I know that so many people have such strong opinions about certain diapers, but in my opinion, I've used all the kinds of diapers on my 3 kids, and feel like if your kid is going to have a blow out, any diaper might leak. Yes, I love cloth because I have saved a ton of money.
You don't have to by that many cloth diapers. I bought 8 Bum genius one size diapers and have reused them over and over and over. I use disposables at night and on vacations, and if I am behind on my laundry and have all 8 cloth diapers dirty. Finding what works best for your family is the key! No I don't work for Target, I just really love Target :.
When my son was in smaller sizes, we would stock up on Walgreens generic diapers when there was a B1G1 or similar sale. Walgreens diapers are, by far, my favorite generic diaper but for larger sizes I've had great success with Target generic as well. The one thing I'll say about Walgreens diapers is that they run small so I'd try a pack out and see how they fit or just go up a size just in case starting out.
I always used a larger size for my son at night and they worked great. We've also done the Amazon diaper deals with the magazine coupons and Subscribe and Save and have been really happy as well. My son is in size 6 and I've found Target diapers are a really good price. Our son also is very sensitive and will break out with certain diapers. Pampers are the worst for him — instant red rash after only an hour of wear.
Luvs give him a rash, Target he blows out of, Huggies leaves little gel pepples on him, so we're pretty much limited to Kirkland Costco. Too bad, we see so many people getting great deals especially through Amazon. I think it really come down to each kids. Some diapers just fit some kids better. I've heard from parents who used one brand on one child, but had to switch for the next because they didn't hold up the same from one kid to another.
The best sale I've seen at Babies'R'Us for diapers was a certain percentage off and then a free gift card. Kudos to you!! I changed my mind from using cloth, to using disposable once we found out we were having twins. I would've never had the time to wash them we don't have any help!! I'm hoping for our next kid though! Good work!