Don’t lose sleep over the cost of diapers! Check out these easy ways to save money on diapers, plus print out some high-value Huggies coupons!
I’ve always been a thrifty shopper, even when I was young. I quickly took note of prices and would ask myself if I needed a certain item, if I honestly thought it was worth the price tag, or if I knew I could get it cheaper by going to a competitor. Well, this thrifty mindset helped keep me in good stead when my husband and I started out on our parenting journey. Rather than buying everything product that was recommended to us, I took careful consideration and did my research before committing. I also tried to find alternative solutions too.
One particular item that we simply couldn’t go without and that many people are known to complain about in terms of pricing, are diapers. Let’s face it, diapers are downright expensive and the kicker is that they’re so inexpensive to make. My husband and I quickly realized we couldn’t afford to keep paying top dollar for our little ones diapers, as awful as that might sound. I mean, seriously, $20 a case/twice a week? and that’s just giving allowances for being a bit more pricey, especially if you aren’t buying the be all that end all of diapers.
Personally, I started out with a cheaper brand and adored them but I caught on very quickly that diapers aren’t a one brand fits all for little ones. Our firstborn was a budget baby but our second would go through diapers like crazy until we switched to Huggies. No more leaks, and no more rashes! From newborn to toddler, Huggies creates diapers that keep your baby comfortable and dry thanks to their GentleAbsorb Liners as well as Leak Lock System, so you never have to worry about leaks or discomfort again.
Looking to make the change from your current diaper brand to Huggies? Here’s how you can save money on diapers and stock up!
- Coupons, coupons, coupons. Almost always, you can find a coupon or two for at least a $1.00 off of name brand diapers. If you combine those coupons with sale prices, then you stand to save a bundle, especially if you shop at drugstore locations! You can print Huggies coupons here!
- Don’t be in a hurry to move up in sizes. Some of my readers might be wondering why I’d ever suggest such a thing, but the truth of the matter is that once you start changing sizes, the fewer amount of diapers you get per box/package and the higher the price. If your baby is in a size 2 but exceeds the weight suggestion and doesn’t have leaks, then keep them in that size. Once you start getting leaks, that’s when you know it’s finally time to go up a size.
- Diaper Hacks. This one in particular has always been helpful to me: If you have a little one who is more prone to leaking through their diapers, tug the front of the diaper up higher. This will eliminate a lot of future leaks. Leaking from the back, simply pull up the back rather than the front and it will reduce oozing.
- Stockpile for the diaper apocalypse. No but seriously, if you happen to find a great deal on diapers and you can fit the extra expense into your budget then grab them up! Why pay full price when you can save a few bucks, even if you don’t necessarily need the extra box/package at that particular moment?
- Buy in bulk! If you aren’t big on coupons or they confuse you, then go ahead and buy in bulk. It’s the next best way, aside from coupons to save big on diapers, which is something we can all relate to wanting to do!
As a mom of 3, I know how expensive it can be to keep little ones in diapers, especially if you have more than one little one in diapers at a time. You can find a ton of different ways to save big on diapers if you do a little shopping around, keep an eye on the coupons in your local paper, etc. You can say goodbye to having to file bankruptcy just to keep your little ones diapered! 😉