Friday, June 25, 2010
If you use diapers...I mean... if you buy diapers, you've got to use diapers.com.
I know. I know. There are cheaper ways to get diapers. I could scour ebay, buy multiple Sunday papers to horde the coupons, and then memorize the seven-month sale rotation at CVS so I can then drive around to all five of the closest drugstores to get a three-month supply of $.10-per-diaper Huggies.
But, if you're like me and feel like you have other things you want to do with your time and space than manage a file cabinet full of coupons then check out diapers.com. They consistently have lower prices than any retail store I've found and they accept manufacturers coupons which I use when I get them in the mail. (Just mail them in a bunch at a time and they apply them to your account.) Diapers.com also gives free shipping on orders over $49 (not hard to do when you order two super giant mega packs for your 2-year-old).
And it gets even better. Next month, diapers.com will be launching soap.com where you can buy all sorts of personal care and household items that'll go in the same checkout as your diapers. Which means, you get your diapers, shampoo, toothpaste, toilet paper, and kitchen garbage bags at the lowest price possible and delivered free to your door-- along with a big cardboard box that's just asking to become a rocket ship.
Where we're moving in Massachusetts, the nearest Walmart is about 25 minutes away and Target is even further. So whether you're like us and don't have quick access, or whether you live in the city and just can't haul 50 lbs of diapers home on your bike, or whether you just don't want to brave Costco one more time for those Kirklands (which you can also buy at the website) then go to diapers.com and save yourself the hassle.
P.S. In a way, diapers.com is paying me to write this. If you use my referral code (HERES10BUX) on your orders, you get $10 off your first order, $5 off your second order, and I get a $10 credit towards my next order. We're all winners here.