I’m a sucker. The minute those Huggies Little Mover Denim Diapers came out, I made a beeline for CVS. Yes I paid full price. Yes I made my son wear them. And yes, I love my little boy in them.
Now Pampers has followed suit with their own designer diapers from Cynthia Rowley. They’re available exclusively and for a limited time at Target and Target.com.
While we’re talking about Huggies and Pampers, here’s a tip I ran across on deals4dummies.com: PullUps package codes can be used twice–Once on www.Enjoytheriderwewards.com and also again on game.dothepottydance.com. Now who’s got their daisy dukes on? My kid, that’s who.
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The FatHeadFamily was out running errands when we stumbled across a Babies R Us that I hadn’t visited before. Why would I propose to know every Babies R Us location in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex? Because when you have a cranky newborn that wants to get out of the house, that’s what you do–you wander the aisles of every Babies R Us from here to Oklahoma.
When SocialSpark asked me to blog about the new Babies R Us-brand formula and newly expanded infant care line, I was happy to since I wish they’d introduced their generic formula when my Pup was still taking formula. As I’ve written about before, there’s a strategy to buying baby formula for cheap. When your brand-name formula checks run out, generic formulas are a great value. Target and Wal-Mart are great options, but don’t offer any rewards or cashback for your purchase. At Babies R Us, you can accumulate Rewards R Us points with each purchase, which makes purchasing costly formula a little less painful. You’ll receive a $5 reward for every $150 you spend total during certain two or three month promotion periods–which I’ll admit sounds pretty paltry, but to sound entirely cliche, every little bit helps.
Amazon has a great deal on the only overnight diapers I’ve ever found to work for my FatHeadPup, Huggies Overnites Diapers…56-Pack Size 5, 64-Pack Size 4, 48-Pack Size 6 are $16 each.
You’ll want to add a filler to qualify for free shipping, since Amazon’s S&H is hefty for these large boxes of diapers.
For more diaper deals, check out FatHeadDog’s archive of diaper posts.
Diapers.com is offering new customers $10 off their first diaper order with code 10PAMPERS, plus 500 bonus Pampers Gifts to Grow points.
When you purchase any Pampers diapers in your first order, you’ll receive your Gifts to Grow code on your order confirmation page.
Then, you can redeem your Pampers Gifts to Grow points for Diapers.com rewards! Redeem 150 Points for a $3 Pampers Reward Card from Diapers.com, or 1,000 points for a $10 Diapers.com gift certificate! Offer ends July 31, 2010. Free shipping on orders $49 and over.
Pampers Gifts to Go Rewards and Huggies Enjoy the Ride Rewards are two loyalty programs all new moms need to latch onto. (If you’re a breast-feeding mom, you’ll appreciate that latch humor. Or not.) You earn points by entering codes found on Pampers and Huggies diapers, wipes and other products. The great thing is that these two programs often offer free codes, such as these recently released April 2010:
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