Looking for free diapers and low-cost baby products?
Diapers are expensive and a pain in the budget. Babies need roughly 8000 diapers before they’re potty trained, costing parents $2000 or more.
So we’ve put together some simple and legitimate options to help you save money. When you combine these methods together, you can literally save hundreds of dollars.
Try these easy tactics to get free diapers. It only takes a few minutes to fill out a form or sign up for a program, and the savings you’ll enjoy is truly worth it.
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Let’s start with the low-hanging fruit – free stuff from Target.
Target Baby Registry – Set up a baby registry at Target and you’ll get free diapers and wipes from The Honest Company and plenty more.
You’ll also receive a cool gift bag stuffed with free samples and a $50 coupon book with savings at major outlets like Starbucks and Liz Lange.
Here’s just some of what you get:
- Munchkin Latch 4 oz. baby bottle
- Baby Aquaphor diaper rash cream
- MAM newborn pacifier
- Johnson & Johnson Head-to-Toe lotion
- A 10-piece sample pack of baby wipes from The Honest Company.
- Pampers samples of diapers and wipes.
- Lanisinoh disposable nursing pads and breastmilk storage bags
- Johnsons’s “Baby’s Firsts” guide to first-year milestones
- Babyganics Moisturizing Daily Lotion sample tube
- Mustela Hydra Bebe body lotion sample
- Zarbee’s Naturals baby immune support vitamins
- 10% off any nursing bra and/or camisole.
Two: Sign Up for Amazon Family
Amazon Family (formerly Amazon Mom) comes with a free 30-day trial, or you can access it for free if you’re already a Prime member. Just create a child profile to begin and save up to 20% on diaper and baby food subscriptions. You’ll also get additional discounts on other family products.
Amazon Family is part of Prime so all shipping is free.
Refer your friends and get an additional $10 in Amazon credit to use for free diapers.
Three: Get Free Amazon Cards for Diapers
Wouldn’t it be great to get free Amazon cards and then use them for diapers and other baby products?
Good news – Swagbucks and InboxDollars give you that opportunity. Here’s how it works.
Swagbucks gives you rewards points for various online actions, such as using their search engine, taking surveys, watching videos and playing games. Then just redeem your rewards for Amazon gift cards (or cards from other stores) or as cash through PayPal.
Signing up is free and you’ll even get a $5 sign up bonus.
TIP: Download the app and perform many of the tasks on the go. You can easily earn $25 each month in Amazon cards with minimal effort.
InboxDollars is another loyalty company offering rewards for shopping online, taking surveys and watching videos. Redeem your points for an Amazon card to use on anything you want.
Four: Get Free Diapers by Signing Up with Diaper Companies
Diaper companies know that most parents find one diaper brand they like and use them exclusively as long as their child needs diapers.
Naturally, these companies want you to be loyal to their brand, and not to their competitors. So they’ll happily give you free diaper samples to earn your loyalty.
Huggies Rewards program offers free diapers and wipes when you redeem Huggies points. You can get 500 free points just for signing up here.
When you make a purchase of Huggies diapers or baby products, upload your receipt to their site to get more points added to your account.
Huggies recently lowered the number of points needed to acquire coupons for free diapers and baby products so saving money is easier than ever.
In addition to Huggies, check out the rewards programs at the other major brands:
More Free Samples
Honest Company – Jessica Alba’s environmentally safe company will send you 7 premium diapers and 10 baby wipes. The diapers contain no chemical bleaches.
Dollar Diaper Club – Get a free trial and they’ll send you 6 organic diapers and 10 wipes.
Everyday Happy – Receive a free trial box of premium diapers and a package of bamboo wipes.
Simply Right – Sign up on their website and this Sam’s Club brand will send you free diapers and wipes.
Five: Smart Couponing for Free Diapers
Check your local paper and online for diaper coupons and look for diaper sales at your local stores. By timing your coupons with diaper sales, you can really save on diapers, or even get them for free.
Here are a few places online where you can clip baby diaper coupons.
Six: Use Referral Programs for Diaper Money
A couple of companies offer lucrative referral programs that could add up to a lot of free diapers and wipes.
Diapers.com gives you $5 in diaper credit for each person you refer to their site. Sign up for their referral program here.
If you have an active Facebook or Instagram account, ePantry has a referral program. Post to your accounts and earn $8 for every mom you sign up.
Occasionally ePantry runs promotions offering up to $20 per referral.
Seven: Charities and Government Programs Helping with Diapers and More.
The National Diaper Bank Network helps low-income families with free diapers. The non-profit network has chapters nationwide so those in need can pick up diapers locally.
This is a great complement to food stamps and WIC, which do not provide diapers.
NeedHelpPayingBills.com aims to assist the needy with a variety of needs. Here is their free baby diapers resource list of organizations everywhere that are ready to help.
Eight: – Save by using cloth diapers
Washable cloth diapers are an environmentally friendly option for your child.
They can also help you save money, especially if you have, or plan on having, more than one child in diapers.
Nine: Call Pediatrician or Hospital for Freebies
Hospitals often give you stuff you need for your newborn, such as a free diaper bag or car seat. Check with your hospital before your due date to see what is available to you.
Your OB/Gyn doctor and pediatrician are also great resources to consider for free baby diapers, bottles, and formula samples. They can steer you in the right direction and they usually have baby samples right there in their office.
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