If you’re a cloth diapering parent, you know that the only thing better than adding to your diaper stash is adding to your diaper stash for free! I am so excited to finally be pregnant and have our first precious baby on the way! As a new mom to be, I’ve had to think about many important decisions and one issue I have decided on is cloth diapering my baby from the start. I have made this decision largely for economical and environmental reasons, because it exposes my baby to fewer chemicals, and because modern cloth diapers are so cute!
While cloth diapering is significantly cheaper than buying disposables from birth to potty training, especially if you pass them on to your next baby, they can still certainly add up quick, especially if you go for the fancy prints, the convenience of all in ones, and more sought after brands.
My baby isn’t due until November, but I’ve already started working on my stash so I won’t have to spend a lot of money all at once. I’m always looking for sales and deals, and it occurred to me that I can redeem my Swagbucks points for Amazon gift cards. Amazon has a surprisingly decent collection of popular cloth diapers to choose from – here are a few examples of name brands you can find & pricing:
Admittedly, I’m not going to be able to fund my whole diaper collection this way, but I have bookmarked Swagbucks and will make it part of my daily routine during my pregnancy. If I can take 2 seconds to answer the daily poll and answer a few surveys every now and then, I figure I can earn enough to buy 1 diaper a month, or some accessories like cloth wipes, wet bags, and inserts, all for FREE! I only wish I had remembered Swagbucks sooner!
If you are new to Swagbucks, read my detailed post about how to earn money with Swagbucks and how to sign up. Basically, you create an account and get rewarded for doing online activities. Here’s a few ways you can earn points:
- play games online
- use the Swagbucks search tool instead of Google
- answer the daily poll
- watch video clips
- sign up and refer other people
- check the Swagbucks blog, twitter feed, and Facebook page for rewards codes posted almost daily
- check my Swagbucks widget (at the bottom of the blog) daily to see if there are any high value codes.
Of course, if you aren’t into cloth diapering, you can redeem your Swagbucks points for Amazon gift cards and shop for anything. I actually cashed in recently and used my points towards a Graco Pack n Play.
If you do decide to sign up, please use my Swagbucks referral link so we can both earn some extra points
Do you have any other creative ways you get cloth diapers for free or very cheap?