All you need is this one tip to save huge on Diapers

 

Everyone knows that babies are expensive. I can’t even tell you how many times I was told the same thing during my first pregnancy. It was something I took as an unavoidable fact of life.

I discovered after becoming a mom for the first time though, that it only has to be expensive if you do not plan well or if you choose to make it expensive.

Last week I shared some great tips for budgeting for a new baby and one of the tips involved diapering. I briefly mentioned one way to save but it definitely deserves more than just a passing comment in a larger article. I mean this one tip could save you hundreds of dollars on diapering costs.

Just think about it, most experts will tell you that a baby will go through between 2,500 – 3,000 diapers in their first year and the average person will spend $1500 doing so. Want to know how to cut that cost down to about 1/3 of the average cost?

All you need is this one tip to save huge on Diapers... because a new baby shouldn't cost you a fortune.

 

What is this tip that will help you save huge on diapers?

Stock up on diapers in bulk using a subscription service.

Seriously. It is that simple.

You know you are going to need diapers for at least a couple years to come so why buy only what you need? Buying smaller diaper packages will cost you more in the long run, and may leave you in the position of needing to spend more on diapers in an emergency than if you had simply planned ahead. You already save more per diaper by buying larger diaper boxes but you can still save more!

This is where a subscription service comes into play. Many online retailers offer subscription diaper services where you can subscribe to receive diapers from national brands like Pampers at a discounted rate.

I tried out a couple subscription services for ordering Pampers diapers for my 2 year old before finding one that brought down the total cost per diaper down to just $0.17 per diaper. Subscription services allow you change the subscription period so if you do not need a monthly delivery then you can set it to every 2 months, or 3 months etc.. This is great once you start potty training and need less diapers.

Diaper subscription services also make for a great baby shower gift idea. It ensures the new mom is always stocked up and not under the financial burden of diapering. She will love you for it! It’s a really great gift to go in on with a couple other people to bring down the total cost. So the next time you are invited to a shower get her a diaper subscription service for Pampers diapers – we loved Pampers Swaddlers when our babies were new!

If you want to track down which retailers are offering a diaper subscription service, simply go to your favourite search engine and type in any of the following key phrases:

• Swaddlers diaper subscription
• Pampers diaper subscription
• Overnight diaper subscription
• Pampers + Subscription

 

Save more even in-store

Pampers can help you save when you do need to head in store for diapers. Print-at-home coupons for Pampers are available at pgeveryday.ca and pampers.ca, regularly on the Checkout51 app and in-store at Loblaws, Real Canadian Super Stores and Shoppers Drug Mart while quantities last.

The following deals are now available:

  • Print-at-home coupons available at pgeveryday.ca
    • Save $3.00 when you buy any ONE Pampers® Wipes (320 Count Pack or higher)
    • Save $3.00 when you buy any ONE Pampers® Easy Ups Training Pants
    • Save $3.00 when you buy any ONE Pampers® Cruisers Diapers Product
    • Save $3.00 when you buy ONE Pampers® Wipes Product
    • Save $3.00 when you buy any ONE Pampers® Swaddlers Diapers Product
    • Save $2.00 when you buy  ONE Pampers® Baby Dry Diapers Product
  • Print-at-home coupons available at pampers.ca
    • Save $2.00 when you buy any ONE Pampers® Baby Dry Diapers
    • Save $3.00 when you buy any ONE Pampers® Swaddlers Diapers
    • Save $3.00 when you buy any ONE Pampers® Cruisers
    • Save $3.00 when you buy any ONE Pampers® Easy Ups™, Underjams™ OR Splashers™
    • Save $3.00 when you buy any ONE Pampers® Wipes
    • Save $2.00 when you buy any ONE Pampers® Training Pants
    • Save $2.00 when you buy any ONE Pampers®  Diapers or Pants + any ONE Pack of Wipes
    • Save $2.00 when you buy any ONE Pampers® Diapers Economy Pack Plus OR Pampers® Diapers Super Economy Pack (78-216 ct)
    • Save $1.50 when you buy any ONE Pampers® Diapers
  • Download Checkout51 for regular Pampers diapers and wipes deals while quantities last
  • Loblaws, Real Canadian Super Stores and Shoppers Drug Mart in-store coupons while they last
    • SAVE $3.00 when you buy any ONE Pampers® Easy Ups  
    • SAVE $3.00 when you buy any ONE Pampers® Wipes 320ct or higher
  • Print-at-home coupons for $2-$3 off select Pampers wipes and diapers available at ca (same deals as last two weeks)
  • Download Checkout51 for regular Pampers diapers and wipes deals while quantities last
  • Save $3.00 on select Pampers Easy Ups and Pampers Wipes with in-store coupons available at Loblaws, Real Canadian Super Stores and Shoppers Drug Mart while quantities last (same deal as last week)
  • NEW print-at-home coupons available at pampers.ca
    • Save $2.00 when you buy any ONE Pampers® Baby Dry Diapers
    • Save $3.00 when you buy any ONE Pampers® Cruisers
    • Save $3.00 when you buy any ONE Pampers® Easy Ups™, Underjams™ OR Splashers™
    • Save $3.00 when you buy any ONE Pampers® Wipes

 

Disclosure: This post has been brought to you by Pampers. All thoughts and opinions are honest and my own.

 

18 thoughts on “All you need is this one tip to save huge on Diapers

  1. I started buying diapers when we found out we were pregnant. By the time my son was born we had a great stock up! I wish I knew about this though that would have saved even more.

  2. My girls are no longer in diapers, but I remember how expensive they were. I love that they have coupons because they really do help save on diapers. Anything that can help save money is great.

  3. I always stocked up on diapers when I found them at a good price. I would have loved a subscription service that delivered so I never needed to run to the store!

  4. Thankfully, my kids aren’t in diapers anymore, that was a while ago. But for those whose kids are, this is a god way to help.

  5. When my son was little I played the drugstore rewards game. That helped me to stockpile 6 months of diapers for under $100!

  6. This is a great way to save money on diapers. I will have to share this with my friends that have babies.

  7. I do see the possibility of problems for some when using a subscription 1) storage problem, which I would definitely have in my apartment and secondly it is more expensive at that moment and people on a budget just can’t afford it. I found that cloth diapering for my 7 was more work but definitely cheaper in the long run. The tips for coupons were great everyone can use those.

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