Moms know that baby diapers are more valuable than most think. Just ask any mom who has run out of diapers when it is desperately needed! I don’t know any mom with diapered babies who doesn’t get excited about finding diapers for a really good deal.
While Costco or Sams can be a great place to find a great deal on diapers, in my area the wholesale stores are more expensive when it comes to buying diapers in bulk.
I contact the major brand diaper companies and asked them to send me diaper coupons. I don’t know if it is sympathy for me having two babies in diapers at the same time or the fact that I have been buying diapers for the last 15 years straight, but I have been able to regularly receive diaper coupons and samples in the mail from a variety of different companies. I normally get mailers from Pampers, Huggies and Luvs with coupons and an occasional diaper sample.
I did have some issues with the Huggies diaper tabs ripping off easily. I contacted them and told them about it, I soon received some high value coupons and a coupon for a free replacement package. It might be worth a call to customer service to telling them that you buy lots of diapers and would like to see if they could send you out some good coupons.
The trick to saving big on diapers is to always watch the sales trend in your local grocery stores. Target also runs great diaper sales. Pharmacy stores like Walgreens and CVS are also great places to get diapers with a sale, coupon and rebate.
I am not a brand loyal diaper shopper. I have found that many store brand diapers are very comparable if not the same as expensive diapers and if I am in need of diapers and do not find a great sale, I will usually opt for the good store brand diaper.
Some store brand diapers are really not worth the hassle of trying to save a few extra dollars. You just have to be aware of which store brands are acceptable and which are not.
Here’s a Free Sample of Huggies Pure and Clean newborn size and size 1. I received my sample in the mail the other day. It has 2 diapers in the sample and a $3 off coupon.
Huggies often releases online coupons that can be printed out here: (I print from here all the time…they only allow 2 prints per computer)