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10 Easy Ways to Save Money on Diapers

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Looking for easy ways to save more money on diapers — either for your own family, for a grandbaby, or as gifts for others? Check out these great tips!

10 Ways to Save On Diapers

We polled our Facebook followers for all their best tips on diaper savings and here’s what they came up with!

1. Use cloth diapers instead.

Many readers save by using cloth diapers (often buying them used or making their own) and skipping disposable diapers altogether.

Overwhelmed by the idea of cloth diapering? Check out these other articles for some tips:

  • Why Cloth Diapering Doesn’t Have to be Hard
  • Cloth Diapering 101
  • How to Cloth Diaper on the Cheap
  • Use Cloth Diapers to Save at Least $100 Per Year

Also, if your babies go to daycare, a few parents mentioned using cloth diapers only on weekends. It saves over time and works with your daycare!

2. Potty train as early as possible.

Another very practical way to save on diapers is to potty train your children early. Several readers mentioned potty training their children before age 1 via elimination communication.

3. Stock up using Target gift card deals.

Target often has diaper deals where you can get a free $20 gift card when you purchase $100 of diapers. You can then use the $20 gift card to purchase more diapers (essentially for free!).

4. Buy in bulk.

Costco and Sam’s Club offer very competitive prices on bulk quantities of diapers — especially if you purchase the store brand.

5. Use generic/store brands.

Most readers acknowledged that generic brand diapers are typically just as absorbent as the popular brand name diapers. If you haven’t tried your local store brand, it could be a significant savings!

6. Shop at Aldi.

Along with cheaper prices on most grocery items, Aldi has great pricing on diapers — with the cost typically being less than $15 for a 100-pack. Also, Aldi diapers are apparently die, perfume, and paraben free!

7. Redeem points for brand name diapers.

Pampers and Huggies both have point rewards systems you can sign up for and use your points to cash in for free diapers. You can also try contacting these companies to ask for coupons!

8. Cash in on Ibotta rebates and Fetch rewards.

Submit diaper receipts to Ibotta and Fetch Rewards apps to earn cash back throughout the year! Sometimes they run bonuses on specific brands, including diapers!

Pro Tip: Don’t forget about Swagbucks! You can earn store gift cards (Amazon, Target, CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, etc.) to use towards diaper purchases. Check out these reader reviews on how Swagbucks helped people save on cloth diapers and disposable diapers.

9. Use Meijer Mperks.

If you live in the midwest, you can capitalize on special diaper discounts throughout the year at most Meijer stores. Along with almost constant digital diaper coupons via the Meijer Mperks App, they also have regular sales, offering cash back (or off your next purchase) for every $50 or $100 worth of diapers you purchase on one receipt.

10. Capitalize on Walgreens BOGO deals.

Walgreens regularly has BOGO diapers — making it a great time to stock up!

Do you have a baby on the way, but you're worried about your finances? Read this encouraging series on how to have a baby without breaking the budget! TONS of great tips!

Other Ways to Save on Baby:

  • Having a Baby Without Breaking the Bank (7-Part Series)
  • 20 Ways to Raise a Baby on a Budget
  • 6 Simple Ways to Save on Baby
  • 8 Ways to Save Money on Your First Child
  • Saving Money (And Sanity) by Stocking Up Before Baby

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