Welcome to the $50 Diapers.com Gift Card Giveaway US Only
You may have seen that it takes several hundred thousand to raise a child…I don’t want to believe that. I certainly don’t want to pay full price if I can help it! How about you? If there is a deal out there for shopping for baby (and yourself) wouldn’t you want to find it?
There are several places to look for those deals and get savings so you have a little extra to spend elsewhere when the need arises.
Diapers.com coupons and deals is one place to look. They have gift card offers and instant savings on many, many items for baby including car seats, baby food, cloth diapers…you name it! Didn’t think they offered more than diapers? Look again. There are a wide variety of items to fill up your card.
Ebates.com also offers coupons, deals and cash back on your purchases at Diapers dot com. The deals change often and the cash back can be as high at 10 or 12 percent sometimes. You have to check often or install the nav bar icon or mobile app so that you don’t miss out!
Swagbucks might have started as a way to earn gift cards from online search, but now they are much more shopping friendly. Look there for coupons, special swag stakes, gift cards and cash back offers to gain points for your online shopping needs.
Now that I’ve shared my hints and tricks for saving money (and making money!) on those much needed baby gear purchases, what are you waiting for? You can win a $50 Diapers dot com gift card to shop anything the site offers.
Once you answer the required question you are entered to win. There are multiple entries available and ways to earn extra entries daily.
One winner will receive a $50 Diapers.com Gift Card! Ends September 30. Open to US residents only.
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