Where can I get coupons on diapers and baby health care items?

Jessica - posted on 03/27/2010 ( 9 moms have responded )

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Where can I get coupons on diapers and baby health care items? I'm pregnant and single that's going to college full time and I need to save as much money as possible! I was just wondering where I can get some coupons to help save. Thanks! :D

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Erin - posted on 04/02/2010

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I would definately sign up for Enfamil, Similac, and Good Start. They send you free samples and checks every so often. Also, Huggies and Pampers websites. They will send you coupons and samples at first, and then coupons every once in a while (Huggies sends more coupons than Pampers). Sign up too for the Babies R Us website. They send you an email with coupons and specials once a week. They also have a deal where if you buy 10 cases of diapers you get one free.

My big secret that I swear by - Target Brand diapers (I think it's Up and Up). I actually like their diapers better than the name brands. I haven't had a single leak or blow out since we started using them. And the best part - a case of 96 diapers is only $13! They are actually pretty popular where I live and they sell out as soon as they get them in, so I either have to order them online or stock up if I go out of town.

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And there's always Craigslist, and Freecycle.

Freecycle is a yahoo group. Search your city and state with the word freecycle and you can join a yahoo group right in your area that lets people post things (to your email) that they are trying to get rid of. I have seen anything from empty egg crates all the way to a big beautiful computer desk with a hutch above it. I got that computer desk FREE... just for going and moving it so the owner didn't have to. People post anything there from toys to unused paint, I have even seen women post cans of formula that their baby can't use anymore.

Craigslist has a few chapters that I look through daily. They have a baby section, they have a section where people can post things they are looking to trade, There is a section that is just for free stuff people want to give away. There is a wanted section, maybe you have something laying around that they would want. I got my baby's crib from Craigslist, $20 and his infant carseat, $10

Basically, Freecycle and Craigslist are going to help you connect with other like you, who are trying to save a dime.

Stefie - posted on 03/30/2010

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If you have a washer and dryer you might consider cloth diapering. It really does not take much time or effort, and you will save so much money.
You will probably qualify for WIC (well you probably do now) that will help with basic nutrition for baby. If you nurse you will get basic foods for you and baby food when baby is older, if you don't nurse you will get formula- for free.

Miranda - posted on 03/28/2010

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Another US website you can try is http://www.planningfamily.com I use it all the time I get an Email each day with updates on my daughters development as well as coupons weekly and on the site 24/7. Hope This Helps!!

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Calandra - posted on 04/02/2010

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You should definitely check out www.CommonKindness.com, where every time you use coupons and online discounts you also help your favorite charity - you save and do good at the same time!

Tovah - posted on 04/01/2010

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Huggies and Pampers. Just sign up. They send you out coupons every one in a while. Also check around various baby formula websites. I know that a lot of them have a trial thing they send you for free. I got a large can of formula, a tote, and $60 bucks in formula coupons. I didn't use formula for 7 months, but it was nice to have on hand when I started!



I live in Canada, I have a toddler, and I've been looking everywhere for coupons. I shall keep hunting though!



Also, I strongly recommend second hand stores, garage sales and your local buy and sell! Good luck! You're in for a fantastic ride full of ups and downs! But more ups then downs!

HEIDI - posted on 03/30/2010

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If you live in the USA you might look into the WIC program in your area as a way to help with formula (and other food as the baby gets older). As far a clothing, bedding, swings, cribs, highchairs, etc try looking at a second hand store or garage sales... I got alot of great stuff in really awesome shape for very little money. For diapers you can contact the manufacturer websites i.e. Huggies. com, etc and sign up for their coupon programs. I signed up with several companies to increase the number of coupons coming my way. Also they tend to include coupons for their other baby products as well. Best of luck with your new little one!

Nicola - posted on 03/27/2010

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It depends what country you live in, if you live in the U.S.A try signing up for the baby centre email news letter and you will recieve coupons and deals from baby centre partners.

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