How can I get free or cheap diapers?
Fortunately, there are many places to turn to for free diapers (or discounts) to help offset this expense.
- Request Free Diaper Samples. …
- Ask at Your Doctor’s Office. …
- Click Coupons and Look for Sales. …
- Join a Loyalty Program. …
- Create a Baby Registry. …
- Visit a Diaper Bank. …
- Consider Cloth Diapers. …
- Look for Local Giveaways.
What are the cheapest diapers?
The following are store brand or generic disposable diaper brands that can be found relatively cheap most of the time.
- DG Baby Diapers (Dollar General) – $4.50 for 24, or 19 cents per diaper.
- Parent’s Choice Diapers (Walmart) – $17.97 for 160, or 11 cents per diaper.
How many hours a diaper can be used?
So after how many hours should the diaper be changed? It depends, although a safe duration could be every two to three hours. Disposable diapers have a far better absorption limit as compared to cloth diapers, and could save you a lot of time and trouble providing valuable comfort to your baby.
Are Pampers or Huggies better?
When it comes to expanded size, Pampers definitely wins this category. Huggies only offers diapers up to size 6, while Pampers goes up to size 7. This may not be a deal-breaker for some families, but if you have a baby on the higher end of the growth chart, you may really need those larger-sized diapers.
Are diapers cheaper at Costco or Walmart?
Diapers. Diapers are actually slightly cheaper at Target and Walmart than they are at Costco, and they can also be purchased at a 20-percent discount through Amazon Family, which is an offshoot of Amazon Prime and also lets you buy in bulk (and not have to worry about fitting those bulky packages into the trunk).
Are Aldi diapers cheaper than Walmart?
I have friends and coworkers who swear by Aldi’s diapers—and at 11 cents each, they really are a great deal. But Walmart’s store brand is just as cheap. Walmart’s diapers come in a box of 160 versus Aldi’s box of 100.
Can I buy diapers with WIC?
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) & Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Federal assistance programs do not currently provide adequate funds for buying diapers. Diapers cannot be bought with SNAP (formerly called “food stamps”) or WIC. SNAP and WIC should NOT be used for diapers.
Are Huggies giving away free diapers?
Huggies is giving away diapers to American babies who are born on the same day as the child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. And we’re donating thousands of diapers to The National Diaper Bank Network to get free diapers to needy families.