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My little guy with his new “bear diapers” (the Parent’s Choice diapers I purchased had teddy bears on them).
When you hear the word diaper, what do you think of? Some people think of adorable babies. Some people think of changing a diaper. Other people, mainly parents, think of dollar signs. If you’ve got a little one in diapers you know it’s a pricy habit. Seriously, it’s like those diapers are lined with some kind of precious metal or down feathers or something. Recently, thanks to #CollectiveBias, I had the opportunity to give Parent’s Choice Diapers at Walmart a try, I was surprised by these private label diapers, and I think you would be too.
After my initial shock that I could purchase 82 diapers in my son’s size 4 for only $13.97, I was impressed with how generous the sizing was compared to the premium brand I currently use. In the picture below you can see that the Parent’s Choice baby diapers are taller than the national brand I’ve been using.
I will admit that I was leery that I was going to have to compromise on absorbency or comfort since I was saving so much money but so far that hasn’t been the case. I guess that I was suffering under the illusion that the best diapers were those with the name brand.
My son has been wearing these diapers for several days and hasn’t complained about any discomfort or even seemed to have noticed a difference. Since he’s two now (or almost two and half as he likes to remind me) he would let me know if something was bothering him.
In regards to absorbency, the Parent’s Choice diapers are equally (if not slightly more) absorbent than the premium diapers my son usually wears. There have been no unpleasant surprises.
Since I am a person who loves a great value and really goes by the numbers let me show you how it adds up. You can buy Parents Choice diapers at Walmart in my town for $13.97. (Go here to find a list of Walmart stores that carry the new and improved Parent’s Choice Diapers). The brand regularly offers coupons like this one to receive $1.50 off. That makes the Parents Choice diapers $12.47 for 82 diapers which works out to about $0.15 per diaper. Typically, I spend $36.79 for 180 diapers in a national brand which works out to around $0.20 per diaper. Assuming we use around 180 diapers a month we’d use 2,160 diapers each year which would result in an annual savings of more than $100 by switching to Parents Choice diapers. That’s some serious #BabyDiapersSavings!
Overall, I’m very impressed with Parent’s Choice diapers, and I think you will be too if you give them a try. They offer generous sizing, absorbency on par with national brands (if not more so), and are well priced. I would have to say that they are one of, if not, the best value diaper brands around. What are you waiting for? Start saving on diapers today!