As a mom, I remember well the days of looking for the best deals on diapers and formula. At first, my mother and grandmother liked to give me a hard about going through the newspapers for coupons on baby products.
That all changed when they saw how the savings racked all. One trip to the store was enough to convince them. After that they were both on the coupon treasure hunt with me.
The coupons were a little difficult to find at first. Couponing is much more popular now than it ever has been before but you still have to learn where to look. Once you learn find them you may discover an almost never ending supply.
Here are a few of the tips and strategies that I used to find coupons on baby products. You can use these same tips to find coupons on virtually anything. Here are a few places to look first.
These days, finding free printable coupons on baby products is as easy as turning on the computer. All you do is type the name of the item into the search bar. Next, add the the word 'coupons' and hit enter. I just a few seconds a long list of sites will appear. Sift through the links until you find the savings that you want and click print.
Be sure to check these sites for coupons. You may have to join and email club or 'like' a page on a social networking site to snag the deals. This will generally put you on a list and allow you to receive coupons on baby products on a regular basis. The savings come to you, instead of the other way around.
Online is the first place to check these days. Newspapers are still an excellent source for all kinds of money saving coupons on baby products. Call the newspapers in your town to ask when circulars with coupons are distributed. While you are calling, don't overlook the smaller papers. They may be able to help. Staff in classified advertisements or circulation may be able to help.
Keep your eye open for coupons at the registration desk, check-out and on the waiting room tables. Supplies may be limited but targeted. This was a great source of savings on diapers, wipes, formula and lots of other baby supplies.
You tried a sample once and may want to start using the product regularly. What better incentive than to include coupons on baby products inside a sample? It's a little extra incentive to buy the item on your next trip to the store.
Recruit friends to help. They are generally glad to share coupons that they won't use. Swapping back and forth isn't just a good way to save money but it's a great way to build a relationship with another parent.