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10 SECRETS to the Best Prices on Diapers

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  1. Amy says:

    ENTER YOUR COMMENT HEREi have also bought the wrong size just to take advantage of a low price only to come back another time and swap it out for the correct size.

  2. Jesssica says:

    Sorry this comment is not entirely true.In a mathematically way its true
    ”2. Compare Diapers based on the Unit Price”

    However all brands are not made entirely the same way hence the quality of components from one brand to the next can differ based on quality.

    Some have junk inside while some have safe components for safe skincare
    Im all for savings but I would not advise in shopping for the cheapest and comparing in that way to be effective.
    There is a reason why a cheese and tomato sandwich would be $2 and a Roma tomato, creamy mozzarella cheese, spinach and savory basil pesto sandwich would be $4 to $6.50.Higher quality ”fillings” would inevitably have a better result.

    You always need to see what works for your baby and their skin.
    Trying to skip one brand to the next just because you didnt want to spend a few cents more is not saving and not a good buying decision. If you find out that those diapers you bought were the cheapest and now giving your baby a rash maybe you would rethink that decision.And that is one more tip to buying diapers.Dont be a saver, be a smart saver!

  3. Garret says:

    If you REALLY want to save money on diapers, cloth diaper. I don’t even want to think about how much it would cost to keep our twins in disposables.

  4. Kristy pederson says:

    Need savings on pampers.

  5. Meena says:

    Costco on sale (when they run the $6 off diapers coupon) is actually as cheap as you can get!!

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