7 Diaper Subscriptions That Will Make Life Easier

Spend less money and time at the store and more time bonding with baby, thanks to these convenient diaper subscription services.
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August 6, 2020
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If there’s one thing parents know, it’s that babies need a heck of a lot of diapers—and that you really don’t want to be caught without any on hand. Getting to the store with baby in tow can be a production, and remembering to order more when your stash runs low (yet another item on your to-do list) is easier said than done. But a diaper subscription can be a lifesaver. Not only do diapers automatically appear on your doorstep every few weeks, but you also score some great discounts when signing up for a recurring subscription. With that in mind, we sorted through all the diaper subscription services out there to help you decide which is the best fit for your family. Bonus: If you’re not a parent quite yet, a diaper subscription gift for your friend or family member is great for an upcoming baby shower or birthday.

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Honest Diapers + Wipes Subscription

This diaper subscription service delivers diapering essentials right to your door. The Honest Co.’s eco-friendly disposable diapers are ultra-absorbent, come in adorable patterns and were made for sensitive skin. And their wipes—winners of The Bump Best of Baby awards—are made from gentle plant-based materials but still get even the dirtiest jobs done. Get the goods delivered monthly or choose another frequency based on your needs. You can also customize bundles by size and style.

Subscribe: $80 for every 4 weeks,

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Dyper Subscription

If there’s one thing you’ll need with a new baby, it’s flexibility. This diaper subscription service allows you to vary the amount of diapers you need at any time. Dyper will estimate your ideal amount of diapers by asking questions about your little one—including their weight—and then send you the perfect amount. Their diapers are free of chemicals, unprinted, unscented, soft to the touch and designed for durability and absorption. If you happen to need more, though, you can adjust your diaper subscription frequency to two weeks or reschedule deliveries as you see fit. Bonus: Request their SOS delivery, which will send an extra week’s worth of supplies to you, twice per subscription, at no additional charge.

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Subscribe: $68 per delivery,

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Amazon Subscribe & Save

The site you turn to for, well, pretty much everything also offers a unique kind of diaper subscription service. Their Subscribe & Save feature is available for a bunch of your favorite brands, from Pampers to Huggies. Here’s how it works: Search for the Subscribe & Save Eligible products on Amazon’s site, pick your fave, and then schedule your diapers to be automatically delivered on a recurring basis—you even get to decide the delivery date and frequency. Signing up for a diaper subscription gets you a discount ranging from 5 percent to as much as 20 percent (you’ll need to be an Amazon Prime member and schedule recurring deliveries for the higher discount). The best part? There are no hidden fees and you can cancel at any time.

Subscribe: Various prices,

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Target Diaper Subscription

Much like Amazon, Target offers a diaper subscription service that lets you choose from a variety of brands and save money at the same time. Sign up for automatic shipments of diapers and get 5 percent off the total price, as well as free shipping. And if you have a Target Red Card, you’ll get an additional 5 percent discount.

Subscribe: Various prices,

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ABBY&FINN Diaper Subscription

This diaper subscription service offers the best of both worlds: You get tons of choices and your purchase will help families in need. Sign up for a diapers-only subscription or a diapers and wipes bundle and then feel free to customize like crazy. Each box offers a selection of eco-friendly diapers in one or two sizes and three different super-cute print options (or white, if that’s more baby’s style). Choose your delivery schedule from every two to five weeks or delay your order when needed. You’ll feel good knowing that for each box purchased, the company donates 30 diapers to families in need.

Subscribe: $60 a month for diapers and wipes; $50 a month for diapers only,

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Hello Bello Diaper Subscription

Looking for a diaper subscription that’s especially good for newborns? Check out Hello Bello. Most of their bundles come with 245 diapers and 60 wipes (sounds like a lot, but trust us, you’ll use them) and can be customized to arrive every three weeks. Diapers are available in various sizes and there are tons of adorable prints to choose from. You’ll also get a free gift with your first order. If you want to save even more—who doesn’t?—you can add related items to your order and save 15 percent on each, like supplements, a diaper bag, lotion, body wash and onesies. Bonus: Get 25 percent off your first bundle with code BUMP25.

Subscribe: $60 per bundle,

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Made Of Diaper Subscription

Get exactly what you need with this convenient diaper subscription option. Featuring organic products made without harsh chemicals or dyes, the standard bundle includes six bags of diapers, or you can upgrade to a diapers and wipes subscription, which comes with six bags of diapers and four packages of wipes. For even more supplies, the Deluxe includes six packs of diapers, four packs of wipes, organic diaper cream and organic baby powder—aka pretty much everything you need for a seamless diaper change and a happy baby. Choose your delivery frequency—every three, four or five weeks—and get $20 when you refer a friend.

Subscribe: $60 a month for diapers only; $80 a month for diapers and wipes;

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