Frugal Mom Hack: Ways to Earn Free Diapers

Published on November 14, 2020 by Lauren

I am a mom of six kids. At one time,  I had two little ones in diapers and another one in pull-ups. Let me tell you, it was expensive!! Since then, I’ve tried just about everything to get free diapers. I’m sharing my best tips for what helped me significantly cut down on the diaper budget and even ways to earn free diapers.

 

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Here are ways that you can earn free diapers:

1.) Ask for free samples

Reach out to different diaper companies to see if they offer samples. Many do not, but companies like Huggies have a rewards program with free samples and Pampers has a coupon book with some incentives for free diapers.

2.) Sign up for at-home research and survey companies

Many of these allow you to try out the newest diapers for free, then pay you for your time when giving your feedback.  You can see my favorite 10 favorite survey sites to make money doing surveys.

3.) Email the diaper companies directly

Once you reach out, ask if they have any coupons. There are so many other ways to get free coupons in the mail!  This happened more commonly a few years ago, but if it’s worth a shot.

4.) Sign up for Pampers Rewards.

Enter the codes from your wipes and/or diaper packages and get coupons for free diapers when you reach a certain number of points.

5.) Sign up for Huggies Enjoy the Rewards program.

Simply by entering the codes from your diaper packages, you can get coupons and other promotions for diapers. Sign up for the program here.

6.) Use Swagbucks to earn Amazon gift cards.

I purchased Wipes for an entire year using Swagbucks!  You can read more about how to make money using Swagbucks here.

7.) Use Grove to get free Seventh Generation Wipes

Referring friends is pretty lucrative at $10.00 per sign up!  Then use that credit to buy wipes.  Here is my referral link just in case 🙂  There is a maximum of $50 in referral payouts.

Hopefully, you found some helpful ways to put money back into your monthly budget instead of spending it all on diapers. Cloth diapering might be another alternative for you to consider, although laundry and utilities may balance out the cost.

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