Organic dairy can be expensive and coupons on these products can be hard to come by. Go here to print a rare $1 off any Rumiano organic cheese product.
Here’s a nice freebie for you pet owners. Go here to print a coupon good for 1 free 8 oz. bag of Natural Balance Healthy Bones dog treats and 1 free 3 oz. bag of Natural Balance Perfect Bite cat treats.
Here are the best Amazon deals of the week. Hurry, their prices change quickly! All prices reflect Amazon’s Subscribe and Save price. See below for details. Don’t forget to sign up for Amazon Mom and save $20 off your first diaper purchase! See my post here for details.
HOT DIAPER DEAL:
Seventh Generation Free and Clear Baby Diapers, Size 3, 155 Count
$35.99 ($.23 per diaper) with Amazon Mom Subscribe and Save and $4 coupon (no other S&S orders needed to receive discount)
–$20 with new Amazon Mom signup and first diaper purchase
$8.99 ($.10 per diaper)!
HOT DIAPER DEAL:
Seventh Generation Free and Clear Baby Diapers, Size 2, 144 Count
$28.99 ($.20 per diaper) with Amazon Mom Subscribe and Save and $3 coupon (no other S&S orders needed to receive discount)
-$20 with new Amazon Mom signup and first diaper purchase
$8.99 ($.06 per diaper)!
Other great deals:
Kashi TLC Cookies, Oatmeal Dark Chocolate, 8.5-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 3)
$11.37 ($3.79 per box) Subscribe and Save or
$9.58 ($3.19 per box) with Amazon Mom and 4 other Subscribe and Save (S&S) items
Bob’s Red Mill Organic Whole Wheat Flour, 5-Pound (Pack of 4)
$18.71 ($4.68 per 5 lb bag) S&S or
$15.75 ($3.94 per 5 lb bag) with Amazon Mom and 4 other S&S items
Bob’s Red Mill Flaked Coconut Unsweetened, 4 – 12-Ounce Bags
$11.74 (2.94 per bag) S&S or
$9.89 ($2.47 per bag) with Amazon Mom and 4 other S&S items
Bob’s Red Mill All-Purpose Gluten-Free Baking Flour, 22-Ounce Packages (Pack of 4)
$13.64 ($3.41 per bag) S&S or
$11.49 ($2.87 per bag) with Amazon Mom and 4 other S&S items
Earth’s Best Organic 1st Squash (4 months & up), 2.5-Ounce Jars (Pack of 12)
$8.14 ($.68 per jar) S&S or
$6.86 ($.57 per jar) with Amazon Mom and 4 other S&S items
Earth’s Best Organic 2nd Apple & Blueberry, 4-Ounce Jars (Pack of 12)
$9.89 ($.82 per jar) S&S or
$8.26 ($.69 per jar) with Amazon Mom and 4 other S&S items
Kashi TLC Fruit & Grain Bar, Dark Chocolate Coconut, Layered Granola Bars 6 – 1.1 oz Bars, (Pack of 6)
$16.90 ($2.28 per box) S&S or
$14.23 (2.37 per box) with Amazon Mom and 4 other S&S items
Subscribe and Save is a FREE discount program through Amazon. When adding the item to your cart, choose “Subscribe and Save” and the time period for the next shipment. Keep in mind, you can cancel at any time, but you still keep the discount on the original purchase! Once your item is delivered, and if you choose to cancel, just sign into Amazon, go to Your Account, Your Subscribe and Save items and choose cancel. Subscribe and Save generally offers a discount of 5%. If you are part of Amazon Mom AND you purchase 5 or more Subscribe and Save items in one month, you may be eligible to save 20% on the entire order.
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Before Silas was born, I was set on using cloth diapers. My husband wasn’t convinced, but he was supportive. As it got closer to my due date, I started getting cold feet and decided to opt out and use chlorine-free diapers instead. I was afraid it would be too much work. I definitely give credit to the moms that cloth diaper, and it is the healthiest choice. But, if you are using disposable diapers and want an easy transition, chlorine-free is a much healthier option than chlorine-bleached diapers.
Why? The chlorine used to bleach conventional diapers releases dioxins, which are toxic chemical compounds. Dioxins are known to be one of the top 12 most dangerous chemicals. According to the WHO (World Health Organization), dioxins cause reproductive and developmental problems, hormonal disorders, cancers and damage to the immune system. This is especially dangerous to the immature immune system of a baby. The chlorine is also responsible for diaper rash (along with ointments and chlorine bleached wipes). We’ve been using chlorine-free diapers and wipes since Silas was born and he has never had diaper rash or needed any ointment.
Swapping Frugally: Amazon Mom is the best way to save on chlorine-free diapers. (See my post here on how to join and save $20 off your first diaper purchase). Currently, you can get Seventh Generation size 3 diapers for $.23 a diaper through Amazon Mom Subscribe and Save (see the bottom of my post here for more info. on using Amazon Mom and Subscribe and Save) and by clipping the $4 Amazon e-coupon. As a price comparison, chlorine-bleached Huggies Snug and Dry size 3 sell for $.21 a diaper at Walmart. A $.02 price difference per diaper is minimal considering the health benefits. Earth’s Best is another chlorine-free brand that we like, and these sell for $.26 a diaper using Amazon Mom Subscribe and Save. Often times, there will be a coupon on Amazon for these as well. Keep in mind, unlike other Subscribe and Save purchases, you do not need to order 5+ items to receive the discount on diapers or wipes.
Seventh Generation offers diapers and wipes coupons (see my post here for a high-value coupon). Target sometimes has these diapers on sale, so paired with a coupon, I’ve often bought them for as low as $.15-$.18 a diaper. You can send an email to both Seventh Generation and Earth’s Best to request coupons to be mailed to you.
Seventh Generation chlorine-free wipes sell for about $.03 a wipe on Amazon with Amazon Mom Subscribe and Save, while Huggies chlorine bleached wipes sell for just $.01 less at $.02 a wipe. Again, that’s not a huge price increase considering the benefits.
What are some ways you save on natural diapers? I don’t have experience with cloth diapers, so if you do, please share your tips!