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Trying to Save Money on Diapers Online? Here Are the Best Ways!

Updated on July 21, 2012

As a parent with two in diapers (if only for a while), I know how quickly diapers and wipes can eat up a budget. I was always looking for ways to save a few dollars on diapers. That’s why I want to introduce you to the Amazon Mom program. Amazon Mom is a free membership program which help parents and caregivers find the best deals on baby items, including diapers, and save a bundle in the process. The benefits are amazing.

Members can earn 30% off select diapers and wipes. As an Amazon Mom, you earn a 15% discount on top of the standard 15% subscribe and save discount. This discount is off already low Amazon prices. Any parent knows a baby can practically go through a jumbo pack of diapers in a matter of days, so combining great prices with a subscribe-and-save option is a sanity saver. To stretch the benefits even more, I always order the largest pack of diapers available getting the best deal on Pampers and bringing down the cost per diaper. The prices through this program are much cheaper than you can find at Wal-Mart, Target, Sams or anywhere else I have seen. They also carry just about any brand of diaper you are looking for, including all the popular brands like Pampers, Huggies, and Luvs. No more clipping coupons or watching sales to find a great deal on diapers. Just sign up today and start saving.

Another phenomenal benefit is the FREE 2-day shipping with Amazon Prime. Upon joining Amazon Mom, you earn Prime benefits for the first three months. Then, for each $25 you spend in a single Baby Store order, you earn an additional month of prime. To determine if your purchase qualifies, the price is totaled before any discounts and promotions, including subscribe-and-save benefits. Moms can earn up to a year of Amazon Prime shipping benefits from the date they join. This alone can really add up to savings, especially if you have Prime benefits during the holiday shopping season.

Moms and dads can also sign up to receive personalized offers, e-mails, and product recommendations based on the age and stage of your child, by providing information about your family (name, gender, and birthday of your child, or your due date if you are expecting a child).

If you are trying to stretch you diaper budget, enroll in Amazon Mom today and start saving.


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