It was has been widely argued that from birth to 18, children cost approximately $250 000 and that doesn’t even include tuition! That is a lot of change! So whenever you can get deal, you got to take them. I have compiled a list of sites where you can sign up from free stuff coupons and samples!
- Free Parent Stuff Free Parent Stuff is an online newsletter that searches the web for the latest samples and sends them to you once or twice a week. Occassionally you will receive an email if there is a special discount that is going on. It is easy to sign up. I have received free Olay products, diapers, wipes, formula, recipes, Pull Ups and other mommy and kid stuff.
- Pampers Pampers allows you to join Pamper’s Village and you will receive free samples, coupons (and no mere $0.50 off, more like $2 – $4.00 off) and other promotions. I am a Pamper’s fan and that was what my daughter used for a majority of the time. I have to say that the amount of Pamper’s sample diapers I received would probably have amounted to at least a full box. Granted not all at once, but 4 or 5 here and there. But it adds up in the end!
- Huggies Much like Pampers, Huggies has the same kind of program. They will send you samples and coupons, and also send you coupons for non-baby stuff like batteries, and other household essentials.
- Nestle Baby Club I signed up for the Nestle Baby Club while buying maternity clothes and I received a Diaper Bag, Baby Formula, Baby cereal and a growth chart…all for free!
- Similac Club For all those who formula feed, you can receive containers of formula for joining the Similac Club. I received at least 4 containers, not little bags, but actual containers of formula plus coupons for $15, $10 and $5 off. With formula costing what it does, you can’t go wrong!
- Kids Free Samples This website offers a wide variety of free kid samples and coupons from an array of trusted baby and child companies such as Pampers, Huggies, Enfamil and Similac and many many more!
- P & G Saver This site provides you with a coupon booklet of coupons for products that you yourself choose from and they mail them to you. I received a booklet of $50 worth of coupons!