Friday, August 29, 2008

Off to the Beach for Labor Day

I will be away this weekend, but on Monday when I return I will post some more good deals/ coupons!

Today I went to Toys R Us and they had a Britex Roundabout for $119.99. Not bad by itself, but even better when you take into account that there was a $20 off $99 or more carseat coupon in the Toys R Us deals paper, which you can pick up in the Baby section of the store.

I didn't buy it, but it was definately a steal.

Thursday, August 28, 2008

All the Sunday Paper Coupons You Could Want

At the Coupon Clippers website, which can be reached by clicking on the title of this article, you can order tons of coupons including multiples of 1 coupon and they ship to you pretty quickly. The key is that you have to spend $3 on the coupons and then they charge you shipping and an administration fee. So you almost always have to spend atleast $4, but I always try to get atleast $30 worth of coupons for $4 and then I think its worth while.

If you're a parent who buys diapers, but sure to buy the Sunday Paper this week...

In this weekends Sunday paper there will be $1 off coupon for Luvs and 2- $1 off Pampers diaper coupons. I love Pampers, so I will buying a few papers to get these coupons.

Then if you can, hold off until 9/28 and use the $2 off coupons at CVS. Buy 2 jumbo pampers diapers and use the $2 off $10 purchase CVS coupon, plus your 2 $2 off coupons and diapers are on sale that week at CVS for $8.99. What a deal. That is a time to stock up if you can!!!

Great Pictures of Kids/ Babies and you can get an 8x10 or 10x13 free

Just sign up for the Picture People's website and you'll periodically get in the snail mail coupons for a free 8x10 or 10x13 plus 15% off the rest of your order. I'm going there tomorrow to get my older son's 2nd birthday pictures taken there.

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Babies R Us Coupons for 8/27-9/1

Including $5 off $25 purchase and coupons for car seats etc.

New Pampers Diaper Check this out...

Change and go... a diaper for on the go easy 10 second changes. What a concept! I'm willing to try it. It's available right now only online in size 4. I'll post a review of them once I get them and have time to try them out.

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Companies to Sign up for Baby coupons with...

Nestle Goodstart (for formula)
Pampers (for diapers and wipes coupons)
Huggies (for diapers and wipes coupons)
Enfamil (for formula checks)
Similac (for formula checks)
Beechnut (for baby food)
Gerber (for baby food as well)

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Want free or cheap infant formula?

Then go to Superfresh and use you formula checks plus some other coupons that will triple allowing for overage to carry over to the formula. I'm about to go out and do just that. I'll let you know how my trip goes.

EDIT: Superfresh's computer system no longer allows for overage. What a bummer!

Concerned about disposible diapering and the environment?

Then you might want to try Seventh Generation diapers. I have seem them available at Babies R Us, but myself have never purchased them. However I do know that if you go to you can print out 2 copies of each of their coupons, which include one for their diapers and one for their wipes.

Want More Target coupons?

Go to where there are tons of current Target internet coupons that you print right off your computer, making your printer cartriage work for you. What's better? You can print and use the coupons as many times as you'd like.

New Target Luvs coupons

There are two new Luvs coupons good only at Target. The best part about Target coupons is that you can combine them with manufacturers coupons for added savings. The first coupon is for $1 off Luvs diapers. The second coupon is for $2 off any Luvs box of diapers. Target sells the family pack and with these coupons plus the recent $1 and/ or $5 Luvs coupons that came from signing up for Luvs campaign to say no to paying more for pricey diapers you can get a really good deal.

Size 4 Family packs (box) sells for $15.99 for 78 diapers. So with the $2 Target coupon plus a $1 Luvs coupon you are paying $12.99 for a box. This equates to $0.1665 cents per diaper for Size 4's. It doesn't get any better than this for Brand name diapers.

Monday, August 25, 2008

Triple coupon days at Superfresh

Superfresh is tripling coupons up to $0.99 from now until August 28, 2008. This makes now the best time to use those small dinky coupons that you might have never used otherwise.

Buy Pampers Swaddlers Sensitive diapers and get...

TRIPLE the Gifts to Grow points!!! This is going on now till 9/30/08. The key is that you have to enter them by that date.

I absolutely love Pampers new Sensitive diapers. They make it so easy to tell when your baby is wet because there is a nice yellow strip down the center of the diaper that turns blue when you the diaper is wet. Try them... I bet you'll love them!!!

Sunday, August 24, 2008

Weekly Diaper Deal

CVS has Pampers and Huggies Mega packs for $13.99. By itself that is not a great deal, but buy one pack at a time and use the $2 off $10 CVS coupon, plus a Manufacturers coupon and you're making out pretty good.

With the $2 off $10 CVS coupon plus a Mannie you're paying...
Size 1- 0.1589 cents per diaper
Size 2- 0.1748 cents per diaper
Size 3- 0.2017 cents per diaper
Size 4- 0.2280 cents per diaper

I think this is the most anyone should ever plan to pay for Pampers Cruisers, Swaddlers, or Huggies Supreme diapers.

Here's the link to the CVS coupon:

The coupon is on Page 30 and is good until 9/28/08 so be sure to save it for future CVS purchases.

Babies R Us $5 off $25 purchase coupon

Good for this weekend only, there is a $5 off $25 purchase coupon. On Friday I combined this with a 20% off any one item coupon and bought a portable crib which was normally $119.99 for $96.xx including taxes. Combining these coupons can really save you a lot of money especially on high dollar items like cribs and other baby gear. Plus when I made my purchases I got a coupon book good for early September.

Target's Weekly diaper deal... not the best, but better than paying full price!

At Target you can get a super mega pack of Huggies or Pampers for $18.99, which is the regular price around here now that the price increase has occurred. However, when you buy 2, then you get a $5 gift card, which if you figure into the price of the diapers, takes $2.50 off each pack making them $16.49. Now if you have a $1.50 coupon for each pack, it makes each pack come down to $14.99. Here's how that works out in terms of per diaper costs.

Newborn- $14.99/ 72 diapers= 0.2082 cents per diaper
Size 1- $14.99/ 82 diapers= 0.1828 cents per diaper
Size 2- $14.99/ 72 diapers= 0.2082 cents per diaper
Size 2/3- $14.99/ 58 diapers= 0.2584 cents per diaper
Size 3- $14.99/ 62 diapers= 0.2418 cents per diaper
Size 4- $14.99/ 54 diapers= 0.2776 cents per diaper

Now in my opinion this sale is not the best deal you can get, but if you need diapers you might want to take advantage of this sale by buying 2 super mega packs of diapers to get you through to the next jackpot.

Saturday, August 23, 2008

Never pay full price for diapers

Ever since my first born son who is almost 2 now was about 6 months old I have never ever paid full price for a single diaper. Yet I have been able to buy the best diapers on the market (Huggies and Pampers). The key to getting a good deal on diapers is to shop sales and always have a coupon for each pack of diapers. Also, a jumbo pack is almost always the best deal if you have coupons. Another key is to always have atleast a months worth of diapers on hand incase there isn't a good sale for a while. I almost always buy atleast 5 jumbo packs of diapers per child when there is a sale. I also always have tons of $1.00 to $1.50 coupons good on diapers. Since my oldest son was born, the best sales on diapers have been at Target or CVS (with Extra Care Bucks or CVS coupons).

Doubling Coupons

Whenever a coupon from the Sunday paper is worth less than $0.99, I always take them to a store that doubles the coupon. This can increase your savings by usually $0.50 to $0.75. I say this because I have yet to see a coupon worth $0.99. In the Baltimore area, I have found that the best places to take "low" value coupons is to either Giant or Superfresh. At times, usually the beginning of the month, Superfresh will have a triple coupon week. Which is when you can sometimes get items for free or virtually free.