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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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I recently did a Webinar on how to save on diapers for Diaper Bank volunteers. Since you cannot buy diapers with WIC, Diaper Banks help provide diapers to those who cannot afford them.

The Webinar information is all about the best ways to save on diapers and would be helpful to anyone who shops for diapers.

You can see it here:

-Stream Webinar
-Download Webinar

I recommend downloading it if you have slower internet. You could download it overnight to avoid having it lag behind while you view it.

For those who are expecting or know someone who is, you can see the best prices for diapers and how many to buy here. I also have a breakdown of diapers per pack by size to help you determine which package is the best value.

If you currently have no need for diapers Diapers Banks are always very appreciative of all donations. Donating can be a great way to help others through couponing!

See current Diaper deals.
Find out how to save on cloth diapers
    • SaraJ

      I will chime that if store-brand diapers fit and agrees with your little ones’ skin, it can be hard to find a better price-per-diaper deal, even with coupons. In my house we use the Target brand (and love that 5% red card discount too!). And just ONCE in the past 6 months have I found a better price-per-diaper on a name brand jumbo pack at the handful of stores I frequent and follow sales – and that took sale + coupon + CVS ECB and it was limited to 1 pack per household. Don’t be scared of store brands or bargain brands, especially once your little one has “toughened up” and they may no longer need the most sensitive ones.

      • e-lane

        Agree! And I’ve also found that certain sizes fit better than others during certain phases. Example: Kroger Comforts were the perfect fit for my son for a while when Pampers didn’t fit quite right – he was too big for size 5 but too small for the 6’s. Kroger 6’s seemed a littler smaller so they were the perfect solution for a while. But now we’re back to Luvs for him. So just keep in mind that if a generic doesn’t work in one size, it might be “just right” for the next size up.

    • Help

      I can’t get the link to the Breakdown per box to work.

      • Sorry about that. I just fixed the link so you should be good now.

    • Kat M

      Another alternative to expensive diapering is cloth diapers, which will save you more money in the long run. For those of you who are crafty with a sewing machine, you can even make them.

    • CDLH

      Another thing to consider, walmart brand wipes smell, look, and feel just like huggies wipes. The diapers look very similar to huggies minus the pictures of mikey mouse (haven’t tried them yet but checked them out one day). I am fortunate enough to have a 7 month old and have not had to buy any diapers yet because we had a very successful diaper party. And while going through all the different brands we recieved at first while my LO was in newborns and size 1s, oddly enough I preferred dollar general brand, couldn’t stand pampers because of the mesh like insides and really now only like the huggies with the blue line(which the walmart brand has as well). Am definitely going to try the parents choice walmart offers once we finish off the last 4 huge boxes we recieved because of the price aspect. (Glad we got all the huge value boxes at our diaper party though, the boxes are very sturdy and we’re awesome when we moved).

    • pharmercist

      On 12/25/16 the links are not working, please please update. Despersately seeking diaper info.