If you have babies or toddlers in diapers, I am sure you know just how rare those coveted diaper coupons are. But other than the Smart Saver and Red Plum inserts, where else can you find diaper coupons?
Proctor & Gamble coupon inserts
They come about once a month in the Sunday newspapers, but the circulation isn’t nearly as widespread as the SS and RP inserts. You can go here on the P&J coupon site to find out when and where the coupons will be next based on where you live.
Target, Babies R Us and many pharmacies will periodically have coupons in their flyers. Babies R Us publish their mother-to-be booklet magazines sometimes that have coupons for various baby related items.
Check eBay for coupons for diapers, especially if you are brand loyal. You can sometimes find coupons, but be prepared to pay more for diaper coupons than you would food-related coupons.
Again, especially if you are brand loyal, visit the websites for each diaper company to score coupons and deals. Here are websites for the most popular diaper brands (they will open in a new window):
Loyalty Diaper Programs
Both Pampers (Gifts to Grow) and Huggies (Huggies Enjoy the Ride) have loyalty programs and UPC/token exchanges where you can earn products and they sometimes send additional coupons as a thank you. Be sure to sign up on their websites if possible.
If you only use Pampers, trade your Huggies coupons with another mom who is Huggies-loyal.