Things You Will NeedSunday Paper
Friends and Family
Computer with Printer
Step 1Start by looking in every Sunday paper to see if there are coupons for the diaper brands that you use. There is usually at least one in the paper every week. When you find coupons for your diapers, buy several papers so you have a large quantity of coupons. I would suggest getting enough coupons to use for at least a months worth of diapers.
Step 2Ask your family and friends who do not have children to save any diaper coupons they have for you. Most of them will be happy to help you out, knowing that they are saving you money. Just make sure to offer to pick up the coupons so they don't have too much of a hassle.
Step 3All of the national brand diapers have a mailing list you can get on to get them to send you coupons for their diapers. Be sure to sign up for Pampers, Huggies, and Luvs mailing list to ensure you will never miss out on a great coupon.
Step 4If you have a store near you that accepts Cellfire, be sure to take advantage of that. Cellfire is a company that will allow you to load E-Coupons on your customer loyalty card for stores like CVS, Kroger, and Tom Thumb. At most stores these E-coupons can be used in conjunction with paper coupons. Either way you are guaranteed to save money.
Step 5Don't forget about printable coupons. Coupons.com and Smartsource.com both have diaper coupons available to print quite often. You can print 2 coupons per computer, so if you have generous friends the amount of coupons you can get this way is great.
As you can see, there is never a reason to be without a coupon when you go to buy diapers. Use this guide to help ensure you never have to pay full price for diapers again.