If you're kids are not yet potty trained, then your wallet's hurting because diapers aren't cheap. And you're probably also always looking for the best place and price for these poop holders.
A lot of people go to Costco simply for the "value pack argument," others default to Babies R Us and some shop online at diapers.com for potty-balloons. But are these the best places to get diapers?
After a lot of research (and a few emergency trips to the nearest location), I found Amazon.com to be the best place for diapers - both for convenience and price.
Amazon.com's prices are already low. When you order through Subscribe & Save, you'll automatically receive a new delivery of the item in the interval that you select at an additional 15% off. This makes Huggies brand diapers cheaper than diapers.com and even Costco's Kirkland Signature brand.
For example,Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers, Size 1-2 (Up to 15 Lbs), Disney, Pack of 192 Diapers are normally $33.99 ($0.18/unit) and $28.89 ($0.15/unit) when purchased with Subscribe & Save. This is cheaper than Costco's brand at diapers.com and Huggies anywhere else.