How To Save Money On Diapers!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Huggies®. All opinions are 100% mine.
Let’s face it, buying diapers is expensive! While we can’t get our babies potty trained from day one, we can learn how to save on diapers from day one! Don’t make the mistake of paying too much for diapers. You CAN get a quality diaper at a reasonable price. You just need to know a few tricks to get the best savings! I’m going to share my tricks with you so you can save on diapers and quit paying too much! I have to admit that I have quite a stockpile of diapers for Brady and I’m pretty proud of the savings I’ve amassed.
One thing I learned early on in my parenting journey was to find a diaper that fit and that worked. There is nothing worse than going through five outfits a day because your child’s diaper leaks. Yes, you might be able to get some savings by buying the bargain brand diapers, but if they don’t fit well and you end up washing extra loads of laundry as a result then in the end you really aren’t saving. My favorite diapers for my kids are Huggies. I’ve been buying them for seven years (and 4 kids!) and love how well they fit my kids. They rarely ever leak and they move with my baby as he climbs and crawls all over the house.
Now that you know how much I love my Huggies diapers would you like to know how I save money on them? Huggies has just released this new line of Huggies® Snug & Dry Ultra Diapers at Walmart.com that offer Ultra protection and Ultra value! They offer up to 12 hours of leak protection and are available in sizes 1 through 6! I really love how well these fit Brady. He is an extremely busy baby and they don’t fail to keep up with him! They keep him dry and sleeping comfortably all night long and during the day they move with him to protect against leaks.
Now on to my money saving secrets! Here are my top tips to save money on diapers!
- Use coupons! This is probably the most obvious way to save. Huggies® usually has coupons available and it’s an easy way to save on Huggies® Snug and Dry Ultra Diapers which are already offered at a value price.
- Combine your coupons with store sales. When a store is running a sale or a gift card deal (where you get a gift card to the store when you buy the diapers) combine that sale with your coupons to maximize your savings.
- When you find a great sale be sure to stock up! While babies tend to go through newborn and size 1 diapers rather quickly, their growth slows down and it becomes easier to predict what size they will be in. My kids generally were in size 3 diapers the longest.
- Don’t waste money on brands that don’t work or don’t fit your child well. In the end the time and money you will spend on extra loads of laundry from leaky diapers will not be worth the initial savings on the bargain brand.
- When your baby outgrows a size that you had on hand, save them and swap with another mom. Maybe her child is still in that size and she will swap the next size up with you or maybe she has some leftover from another child that outgrew them.
What are your favorite ways to save on diapers?
These are all great ideas. I spent a small fortune on diapers between both of my boys.
I’ve got to get some of these. 12 hours of protections is amazing. Thank you so much for your money saving tips. I’m going to pass this post along to my daughters for my grand sweeties.
Diapers are just one item you can’t skimp on with the quality unless you like leaks and rashes. I am passed the diaper stages thank God!!! Coupons definitely help too especially when partnered with an awesome sale.
…..and that little one is A-DOR-A-BLE!!!
I love the swapping idea. I’m sure I had plenty of unused diapers when my little ones outgrew them. I would have swapped for sure.
Such and amazing and useful post for me. I have two kids on diapers. Thanks for sharing 😀
What a great list of savings. I’ve always liked the Huggies brand.
Huggies has always been one of our favorites. We definitely have some good memories.
So happy that I am out of this stage. Saving money on diapers was definitely important to me. The cost so much money so saving when you can is a good thing.
As an aunt and sister of twins I know just how expensive it can be! Diapers are a must-have. Thanks for the awesome tips – I feel like I should start saving now for whenever I have my own, lol.
I always use coupons when i can. Diapers are so expensive. My friend has two in diapers. We try to price match as well.
Diapers are expensive! I am so glad that we are passed those babyhood stage. Great tips though!
I do not yet have kids but i do love huggies and i know i will use them once i do. i love the tips especially swapping with another mother that is awesome
When there are discounts, I’m there! My sister taught me how to save on diapers!
What a great sister!
I buy in bulk and wait until they’re on sale. And of course try to use coupons. Diapers are expensive and add up quickly.
Great tips for saving Kori, thanks for sharing!
I’m not a mom yet but it’s always good to read tips on how to save money for when the day finally comes. Diapers can be one of the most expensive things to constantly be buying, I’ll need all the tips and coupons I can get.
I use reusable diapers here in the UK because with three boys I would have spent a fortune by now otherwise!
Although my kids are now grown, I remember having to buy diapers. Like many young parents, they took up a large portion of our budget!
Oh my little man would love these diapers, he’s crazy about Mickey Mouse. But I can never find a bigger bulk of diapers. But I do love this brand!
I’ve never had to buy diapers before, but my best friend just had her third. I will pass along what I learned here to her.
Great tips for saving money on diapers! Love using coupons!
Ahhhhhh anything to save money on diapers! Cannot wait until my princess potty trained lol…..
I agree! Potty trained kids are great lol.
Thanks for sharing your diaper saving tips. I’m gonna be needing those in three months.
Oh congrats!! Such an exciting time 🙂
The fit part is key. Our guys have scrawny legs, so we actually moved back down to a smaller size because we were having leak out the legs problems. The weights listed are guidlines, not rules.
That is so true! My kids are small too so we can’t always go by weight.
Great tips! I don’t have any kids, but I do babysit quite often – I’ll pass this on to the parents! 🙂
I never did much to save on diapers other than to see where they were on sale and if there were any coupons in the Sunday insert.
First time moms would surely love this tips! To save on diapers, I use cloth diaper on day time and use disposable on night. 🙂