Thursday, May 15, 2008

Target Diaper Deal Update

In my posting on cheap diapers, I forgot to account for the $1 rebate I'll get back on each pack of diapers from the Caregivers Marketplace.

And upon closer inspection of my reciept, I see that Target takes the 10 percent discount off the price BEFORE coupons. (In my original post, I'd calculated the discount on the price after coupons.)

That brings my total cost for 6 packs of diapers down to $12.04. My cost is just 6 cents to 10 cents per diaper. Now that's a deal if I've ever heard of one.


  1. Can you tell me more about the Care Program. I want to make sure I understand it. If you purchase 5 of any of the eligible products and any time (i.e. do not have to purchase 5 Huggie products at the same time) you turn it in and get $1 back or $1 for each product?

  2. Hi:

    Your take on the Caregivers Marketplace program is absolutely correct. You don't have to buy all your diapers at the same time. You can save up receipts and submit them when you have 5 or more. You get $1 back on each one.

    Frankly, I wish I had known about this sooner -- because my son is 20 months old. We could have gotten a lot of cash back these last 20 months!

    Caregivers Marketplace, which is essentially a coalition of manufacturers, also gives refunds on other healthcare items and things that you might buy if you were taking care of an elderly relative.

    The Web site is

    I'll writer a more detailed post about them later, but I wanted to answer your question. Thanks for reading my blog.