As I am sure experienced parents know ( and newer parents are finding out) the expense of diapers can certainly start to add up. To help you cut back on price while still getting quality diapers for your child, try these five excellent websites.
Sam’s Club is a great place to obtain diapers in bulk for a fair price. Their store brand, Simply Right, are soft and flexible with a three-way custom fit and are quite affordable. For nearly $40, you can receive 252 diapers (size 3). These diapers are generally cheaper than many brand name diapers and have received many favorable reviews. Even Name Brand diapers such as Pampers can be purchased in bulk at a lower price than their BRU ($39.98 at Sam’s Club vs $45 BRU). You can expect many more discounts if you sign up as a Sam’s Club member.
Baby Cheap skate doesn’t sell diapers per se, but it provides excellent tips on where to get the best deals on baby formula ,toys, traditional and cloth diapers. This site lists multiple brands and stores and the sales and discounts for the week. It also provides shopping tips and budgeting ideals.
For a paid membership, you can receive the following:
- 20% off diapers with a Subscribe & Save subscription. This discount includes a 5% Subscribe and Save discount plus a 15% Amazon Mom member discount. The maximum discount on diapers is 20%, regardless of the number of Subscribe and Save items arriving on your monthly delivery day.
- A 15% baby registry completion discount. The 15% baby registry completion discount is available 30 days before your child’s arrival date and can be redeemed on eligible items from your Amazon.com baby registry.
- Access to Amazon Mom exclusive discounts and deals.
This site is highly recommended as there are many great deals and good customer service to go along with the massive savings on diapers.
Diapers.com offers free membership, bigger boxes and for every case you buy as a member $5 is taken off. There is fast shipping and many brands to buy and save on. Coupon codes are abundant and contribute greatly to cost cutting. Diapers.com is also connected to 10 other websites with more useful resources for baby care and parent help. With an e-coupon and a coupon code, you can receive 186ct of Pampers(size 2) for around $36.
Costco typically sells three brands in bulk (Bamboo Nature, Kirkland, and Huggies.) Despite the lack of variety, you can receive a large quantity of diapers with breaking budget. And Costco’s Brand Kirkland has been given pretty good reviews from parent forums.