5 Easy Ways to Stock Up & Save On Diapers

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This is a sponsored post by Pampers at Sam’s Club. All opinions, as always, remain 100% my own.

14,730. Over the last 6 years, that’s how many diapers I’ve changed with three kids. And I still have a year and more than 2,000 diapers left to go. Two of those years were spent with two kids in diapers at the same time. If I start to think what that translates to in terms of dollars, I might actually start to cry.  But it’s been tremendous motivation to find the most efficient, cheapest way to buy diapers possible. And thanks to Pampers and Sam’s Club, I think I’ve done just that.

I have never wished for the convenience of drive-throughs for EVERYTHING as much as I have since becoming a mom. How many times have you opened the fridge to make breakfast for your kids, only to find there’s only enough milk left for one? Or most urgent of all, when you go to get the baby ready for bed, and discover there’s only ONE diaper left???

At the rate of 6 or more diaper changes a day, I blow through a case every two weeks, leaving me wishing for a more convenient (and cheaper) way to buy diapers all too often. And thanks to Sam’s Club, this wish has come true – here are 5 easy, efficient and affordable ways to buy diapers and just about everything else you need to keep your family running.

5 Convenient Ways to Stock Up & Save on Everything

In my experience, there is nothing more painful than running errands with all 3 of my kids at the same time. From loading and unloading them in the car, to keeping 6 hands from grabbing everything you pass, and of course having to visit a public bathroom (ugh!) at every stop. I seek to avoid this scenario if at all possible. So anything that lets me shop less frequently and buy more when I do, or better still, avoid having to go out all together, is a mom win in my book!

Get Pampers Delivered Right To Your Front Door

Visit Pampers at Sam’s Club online to order diapers for delivery. Choose from Pampers Swaddlers, Pampers’ softest diapers offering up to 12 hours of overnight protection, or Pampers Cruisers for older babies and toddlers on the move. Add Pampers Sensitive Baby Wipes and have both shipped straight to your front door.

Use Club Pickup and Never Leave the Car

Too late for delivery? Order Pampers from Sam’s Club and choose Club Pickup. Add diapers, wipes and anything else that you need to your order. When you drive up to your local Sam’s Club, everything will be ready and waiting for you. Sleeping kids? No problem – you don’t even have to leave your car. They will load everything right into you trunk. Your own diaper drive-through!

Skip the Checkout Line – Scan & Go

With an organized list, I can usually make it through the store in 15-20 minutes. My trip, however, usually stalls (and the kids make a grab for everything they can put their hands on) in the checkout line. At Sam’s Club, you can skip check out all together with the Scan & Go app. Download the app to your phone (Apple and Android apps available), scan your items as you put them in your cart, and checkout on your phone when you are done.

Your receipt will appear right on your phone to show at the door on your way out!

Stock Up and Save BIG on Pampers

Shop big and save huge on Pampers at Sam’s Club. Save $10 instantly when you buy two Pampers diapers or wipes items, or $18 when you buy three. This offer is good in the club or online for delivery or Club Pick-up. With savings like that, there is no excuse to not stock up! The cheapest way to buy diapers, with your choice of convenience.

Add two cases of diapers and a case of wipes to your cart, and your diaper stash is set for a month… and you’ll put $18 back in your pocket!

Savings without Skimping on Quality

14,370. That’s how many diapers I’ve changed over 6 years. And it would have been more (with more clean up and laundry to go with it) if I skimped on quality. But we are and have always been a Pampers family for several key reasons. First, Pampers is the #1 choice of hospitals. Pampers Swaddlers are so soft on sensitive baby skin. When your baby becomes more mobile, Pampers Cruisers offer a more movement friendly fit, while still offering the same 12-hour dryness and overnight protection.

Second, Pampers Sensitive Baby Wipes are the only wipes that don’t irritate my kids’ sensitive and eczema-prone skin. Why? Because they are perfume-free and hypoallergenic! And you can get them all at Sam’s Club for less.

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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Pampers at Sam’s Club. The opinions and text are all mine.


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About Meghan

Meghan spent nearly a decade as a Financial Analyst, before spending the last 7+ as a SAHM to three little ones. She shares simple money tips for moms to help your family reach your financial goals by building a financial plan you can LIVE with! You can learn more about her background in finance, catch her daily on Instagram and Facebook, and her weekly live discussions in her community for Family Finance Moms.


  1. Menucha on June 27, 2017 at 1:40 pm

    This is so helpful – it’s crazy how many diapers a tiny little thing can go through!

  2. Glenda Cates on July 28, 2017 at 6:52 am

    I can’t wait to share these tips with my Step Daughter as she is a new mom and a lot of times she doesn’t have the Truck because hubby takes it to work. So if things can be delivered to them it is a win/ win. Plus, she uses Pampers so saving money is a hug win for her and hubby’s pocketbook. Thank you for taking the time to write this. Have a great day.

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