|He was already wearing large during this time!|
We usually buy them in Mega Packs, much cheaper per piece. And I prefer getting them at S&R because it much cheaper than local grocery stores, about Php 30-40.00 cheaper!
I'm pretty happy with my find today at S&R. Drypers Mega Pack for only Php 554.95 (that's for 58 pieces) and it comes with a free Mini Pack (10 pieces)! So that's 68 diapers for only Php 554.95! I would have bought more if I had known! I just might hoard next next week just in time for sweldo day! Sana meron pang stocks though, now that you know! :D
And I'm just about ready to send and redeem our points that we've accumulated over time. I didn't actually know you can collect and redeem points with the packs you've purchased. Good thing I'm a fan of their Facebook Page so I'm finally updated. We're still 9 points short of redeeming Php 500 GCs from Petron or Sodexo, so I'll be buying 2 Mini Packs tomorrow so I can finally send them.
I made a mistake of cutting the points coupons out. Remember, you have to send the whole pack!
We have one diaper holder full:
a drawer half full and a container box full of Drypers!
I hope we don't go through them quick since we're trying to finally complete Jacob's potty training. If you're not familiar with Drypers, you can request for samples so you can try them out with your baby first. But I can tell you now that you'll love how it's cottony-soft and doesn't feel and sound (I know, weird right?!) plastic-ky at all. I hope you fall in love with Drypers too!
If only Drypers come in big boxes like diapers sold in Sam's Club or Costco, we'd buy them and build a shed! :D
This isn't a sponsored post. We just really love Drypers and saving money!
QUESTION OF THE DAY
Do you stock up on diapers? How much do you go through per month?
Share your thoughts below!