confused coupon mom

Nora - posted on 08/03/2009 ( 10 moms have responded )




how do you find good coupon sites for pampers and things like that? I dont have much time to be on the computer with the baby, but when i do i dont want to spend it searching un-necessary sites. I need to be able to log on, see things i want, click and print. Is this posssiable?


Jen - posted on 10/09/2010




WWW.TARGET.COM......about 1/2 way down on their page on the left it will say (GET COUPONS) they usually always have good deals on Huggies or Pampers diapers. You will need to install the coupon installer. (its no biggie though! :)

Renea - posted on 08/22/2009




Several of the coupon forums have coupon databases - afullcup and hotcouponworld both have searchable coupon databases. has a printable coupon thread in the Grocery & Drugstore B&M forum, and if you're a drugstore couponer, you can always check out the threads for whatever stores are near you for diaper deals.

I'm an avid drugstore shopper and just picked up Huggies Pure & Natural diapers for less than 3$ a pack (jumbo pack) using the 3$ coupon from the Sunday paper, and the 2$ Rite Aid Video Rewards coupon, and the 5$ off a 20$ purchase coupon also on the Rite Aid Video Rewards site.


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Hanna - posted on 02/25/2011




Coupons come and go, there is no site where you can just ask for a certain coupon and get it but you can get coupons on ebay for really cheap because you are paying for the coupon not the clipping and also in most sunday papers you can get coupons for pampers and make sure to sign up for their mailing list. I use amazon moms and do the subscribe and save deal with amazon promotional last purchase I recieved a box of huggies 140 count for 6.79 very thrifty price for my budget. I love for groceries but for baby needs I always check out because they have a section dedicated to baby deals. Good luck

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A great site is I used to use Pampers for my first daughter, but once she got older, the messes got bigger. I switched to Luvs. They were amazing. I don't like Huggies. I also am weary of Pampers because since they changed their design a few months back, many children were getting chemical burns. Like I said, I used them on my first child about 2.5 years ago. They were nice and soft for little babies, but just wouldn't hold the mess after she turned 6 months or so. We also recently tried the new Parent's Choice from WalMart, very nice. Cheap and durable.

Karla - posted on 01/23/2011




Hello, I use bloggers such as For the Mommas, Maven of Savin', The Krazy Coupon Lady. All of them can be found on FB. They will match the sales on the flyers with coupons. Coupons can be bought from and of course the Sunday Paper.

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I've seen some advertised on Ebay. Some advertise grocery coupons stating NO BABY/DIAPERS and others state they HAVE BABY/DIAPERS. Also, put "coupon clipping services" in your search engine. There are companies out there who charge a service fee for clipping coupons, but you can get the ones you need by request.

Brittany - posted on 01/10/2011




Okay, so I was trying that as well and was having very little success. Now I'm using Target brand diapers. I hated them for my son when he was little; but now that he's a size 3, they're working great. He makes big messes, and the Target diapers hold is all in. They cost me $16 for 96, which is unbeatable, even with a coupon. Hope this helps!

Natalie - posted on 01/06/2011



1 has a coupon search item. Also you can customize your list to show things that you are interested in. You click on what you want to buy, get those coupons and print the list and go to the store. I love it.

Alysha - posted on 01/03/2011




I know that and have cupons on their sites. Also, in the sunday papers are a great place to get coupons.

Heather - posted on 11/24/2010




I think you might be able to sign up on for them to mail some periodically to you. I just got huggies coupons in the mail yesterday.

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