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We have some awesome new changes coming to the diaper deals to make them easy to use and get the best deals all day every day.  Be watching closely the next few weeks as we make these new changes!

In the meantime,  here’s some awesome diapers and wipes coupons to print while they are available!

$2.00 off ONE Pampers Easy Ups Trainers
$1.50 off ONE Pampers Swaddlers Diapers
$1.50 off ONE Pampers Cruisers Diapers
$0.50 off ONE Pampers Wipes 60 ct. or larger
$1.50 off ONE Pampers Baby Dry Diapers

A Few Tips When Using This List:

  • The deals listed include coupons that are available for everyone to utilize now (i.e. from the newspaper or printable), but be sure to check your stash of coupons as you may have others that you have collected from mailers, friends, past promotions, etc. and some that could have a higher value from these sources!
  • The cheap diaper deals listed are the top ways to maximize, assuming you are using the highest possible value coupon listed below – the final prices will be a little higher if you use a lesser value coupon.
  • The dates in parentheses next to the diaper coupons are the expiration dates of the coupons and those coupons are found in the Sunday newspaper inserts from Smart Source (SS), Procter and Gamble (PG) and Red Plum (RP). The dates show the month and day that insert was in the newspaper – for example: 8/1 = August 1st Sunday newspaper.
  • The coupons that are highlighted are the printable diaper coupons from all over the web that are available to print now. These can change frequently! Click on the highlighted areas to print your coupons.

Check our Diaper Size Chart to see how many diapers are in each type and size package to figure your best cost per diaper! Please note that this chart is continually being updated and added to continuously!

See our online cheap diaper deals post for the best diapers shopping from home. For online shopping this week (no need for coupons or to even leave your home) the best deals are on Amazon for all brands around $5 – $6 each jumbo pack. Plus this week, you will find some awesome online deals for wipes too!

Store Deals:

New features and list coming soon as we make the transition to these new features!

Alex & Cassie
 

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Karen January 10, 2013 at 9:40 am

Huggies Diapers are $7.50 off ($31.49 after discount)! Deal is through 1/27 (same day their coupon book ends).

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Karen January 10, 2013 at 11:21 am

At Costco…Sorry…

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Karen January 10, 2013 at 9:44 am

Just saw Kirkland Signature Diapers are online with free shipping too! http://www.costco.com/CatalogSearch?storeId=10301&catalogId=10701&langId=-1&keyword=kirkland+diapers

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Cassie March 2, 2013 at 9:49 am

Thank you for including these Karen!

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Trena February 1, 2013 at 1:02 pm

As a rule, it would make things alot easier if you could/would calculate what the cost per diaper is. I have a hard time keeping up with how many diapers are in each type of package (jumbo pak, huge box, blah, blah, blah).

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Cassie February 1, 2013 at 1:25 pm

Hi Trena – we have gotten this question before, but we have tried to provide tools to make this a reasonable, but yet accurate solution to the request as there is a problem with this request.

With that, we understand your question but we have found that using the price per diaper is an inaccurate way to tell how good of a deal something is unless we list each individual size under each deal, which would make this long list that would be much more longer than it already is and time consuming each week.

Let me explain:

A jumbo pack is the smallest package size that you can buy and in general is the most popular size purchased. All sizes from size N (Newborn) – size 6 will have the same base price for the jumbo pack. For example, the average retail price is $10 per jumbo pack across the board for all stores (remember average, so stores like Walmart, Target, etc. have a lower base price). This means that you are buying a $10 pack of diapers whether this is for your newborn or your baby that is in size 6. The problem with price per diaper (and one reason that this drives us CRAZY in the blogging world as it is not accurate) is that the number of diapers per jumbo pack varies by each size and quite dramatically from one end of the scale to the other. To see this a little easier – we’ve put together a diaper size chart to show you just how many diapers are in each package for each size. You can see this HERE: http://thethriftycouple.com/baby-guide/diaper-size-chart/.

So looking at the first example on the chart (which is the MOST popular diaper type) you see Huggies Snug and Dry. As you can see in the chart, a jumbo pack has anywhere from 50 diapers for size 1 to only 23 for size 6. BUT you will pay the same price for all of the sizes!

So, if you get a deal where you only paid $5 for your jumbo pack and you see someone say “only .10 per diaper” or more correctly phrased “as low as .10 per diaper” – this means that ONLY size 1 is .10 per diaper as it has the 50 ct. – but on the other end of the spectrum – since the size 6 only has 23 diapers, you are actually paying .22 each diaper, so more than double what often gets advertised – so it is really confusing (at least from our perspective) to focus on the price per diaper and doesn’t really make sense to us.

As the deals you are getting are based on the package (no matter the diaper size), it makes the most sense to know how much you are paying per package and then quickly reference this diaper size chart HERE: http://thethriftycouple.com/baby-guide/diaper-size-chart/
that we put together for our readers so that you can calculate very quickly EXACTLY how much you will be paying for your size or to see exactly how many diapers are in that package size.

The only time it makes sense to list a deal as price per diapers is if we are talking about a specific package size and a specific diaper size within that packaging – that would be the only time this would make sense). For example, let’s say that we found a deal on size 4 Huggies Snug and Dry specifically – then we could focus on the price per diaper with confidence knowing that it is telling it exactly how much it is. We never see in-store deals listed this way, the only time this price breakdown would make sense is on our Amazon diaper deals where we do show each price of each specific size.

Whew…. Hope that wasn’t confusing and made some sense!! Please let me know if not and I would be more than happy to help more, but be sure to utilize the tools we have put together to make sure you are getting the best diaper deals :)

Thanks for your question Trena and have a wonderful day!

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Trena February 5, 2013 at 2:37 pm

Wow! This is my first rodeo so thank you for explaining! I never thought about the number of diapers per pack and clearly, as you explained, that varies by size. So, the jumbo pack comparison makes sense. Thank you for all you do!!

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Cassie February 5, 2013 at 2:41 pm

Hi Again Trena,

I am glad that this helps to explain it. If you have any other questions about anything, please know that we will do our best to bring the most accurate information we can! Have a great day and we again appreciate you asking in case others had the same question too ;)

Carly February 6, 2013 at 8:01 am

How often do you update this section of the website? Thanks!

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Cassie March 2, 2013 at 9:48 am

Hi Carly,

Our goal is to have the diapers posted for the week starting on Sundays by Saturdays. Sometimes life happens and we may not get them up until Mondays. Hope that helps and have a wonderful day!

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RK March 20, 2013 at 12:18 pm

Thanks so much for this site. I refer to it often. One thing I am never sure of … are the Pampers Giant, Economy, Value packs Target-only pack sizes? Is there a reference somewhere comparing these to jumbo packs? Thanks!

– RK

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Cassie March 20, 2013 at 12:48 pm

Actually, we have an updated diaper chart that has added these package sizes as many stores carry these that we have been working on the past few weeks. After we finish updating these in the next few days, it will be uploaded to the diaper size chart page HERE: http://thethriftycouple.com/baby-guide/diaper-size-chart/ to include these larger packages. Thanks for your question and reminds us to finish that up! :)

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