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Diaper Programs

No matter where you are in the baby stage (thinking about starting, already pregnant, have twin toddlers running around?), you’re probably thinking about the expense of diapering. Even with playing The Drugstore Game to buy diapers, I still think that cloth diapering costs less overall. If you’d like to learn more about cloth, you’ll want to read Simple Mom’s series on Cloth Diapering. You’ll get all your questions answered and figure out if cloth diapering is for you. If you’re planning to go with (or are already using) disposables, enrolling in diaper reward programs can help you save money on this big budget item:

Why you should sign up: At the very least, you want the coupons they mail you, which are much higher-value than those in the newspaper inserts.
How it Works: Pampers puts codes inside their diaper and wipes packages, which you enter at the Pampers website.
Rewards Available: Shutterfly prints, cards and albums; toys; gift cards; you can also choose to donate your points to the March of Dimes.

Why you should sign up: Again, the coupons you receive in the mail are higher-value, so they’re worth having.
How it Works: You can earn points at the website by watching videos like “Potty Training,” taking polls, referring the site to others, and inputting codes. Codes are found in sponsor ads and are mailed to you, but lately you can find them in the blogosphere (Thanks, Kristi!).
Rewards Available: You use your points to try an instant win game for gift cards–Visa, Gap, Subway, and others.

Luvs doesn’t offer a rewards program, but you can sign up on their website to receive special offers, diaper coupons, and samples via regular mail.

With all of these programs, consider signing up for the competitor’s program and trading coupons with a friend or neighbor. That’s an easy way to collect more of the high-value coupons available via regular mail.


Wednesday 5th of August 2009

I think Huggies have discontinued their rewards program. (Or they've made it all but useless.) Either way, it's nowhere near as good as it was.


Wednesday 10th of June 2009

Here are some free Pampers points, courtesy of Bargain Briana:



Monday 8th of June 2009

Er, the link would be helpful, wouldn't it? :D



Monday 8th of June 2009

Hey Gina, I don't know if you know about DCCDers - it's a local listserv for cloth diapering families, where people share information, ask questions, swap and sell cloth diapers. It's a great resource for anyone considering cloth in the greater DC area. We've used cloth for over 3 years now with our two kids and I think we've spent a total of $500 on diapering our kids (most of which was unnecessary but fun). Furthermore, we've passed the newborn size diapers through four different family friends' babies (plus they returned to us when our second was born) so the cost was spread out even further. Anyway, I started DCCDers to help people learn more about how to CD and connect with local CD families, and I hope it can be a useful resource to your local readers.


Monday 8th of June 2009

Thanks for this wonderful post Gina! Especially when you have more than one child in diapers, it so pays to sign up for rewards. Make your money that you'd spend anyway on diapers work harder! I think that Babies R Us also has a diaper rewards program, although if you don't have multiple bottoms to diaper it is hard to buy 9 cases per quarter. But, we did get a free $40 case of diapers for all that we purchased!Abbie