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I have been trying to ignore all the good deals going on over at Amazon today since the “slush fund” isn’t very bountiful right now (it’s Prime Day, which means tons of deals and a great way to get early Christmas shopping done!). When I saw this diaper deal come up, I purchased what our budget would allow, and thought it was too good not to share!
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We use Seventh Generation diapers for baby Jotham.
Seventh Generation Baby Diapers, Free and Clear for Sensitive Skin, with Animal Prints, Size 3, 155 CountOf the more natural disposable options, they’re my first choice. Usually they are the cheapest when I’m rushing into Target with one last diaper in the diaper bag (comparing original prices with Babyganics and Honest Company), but when I love catching a sale like this.
This screenshot shows a 20% coupon applied to my order, and when they ship I’ll get an additional 40% off one of the boxes!
To get the 60% savings, you have to order through the Subscribe and Save program. Be sure to click the box next to the 40% off coupon before going through the checkout process.
I ordered 2 boxes, and from the terms and conditions it looks like the 40% off coupon will only apply to the first unit, but it’s still a great deal with the 20% savings on the second box.
This is valid today only, and not just on size 3 diapers -other sizes of diapers, wipes, diaper cream, baby wash, etc are also included and can be found here: Seventh Generation Coupons
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