Two Good Amazon Offers for Diapers and a Targeted Gift Card!

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Right now there are two very solid Amazon offers that should help at least a few of you save some cash. The first is a very, very good deal on Pampers diapers and the other is a targeted offer for those who have previously shopped at the Quidsi family of sites that includes,,, and more.


Great Deal on Pampers Diapers

If you have a little one in diapers, you can load up on Pampers Diapers right now from about 11 cents per diaper if you stack the Amazon Family and other current discounts available right now on Amazon. I just cancelled an existing Subscribe and Save I had set-up for diapers and created this new one for about half the price. I’m thrilled we will get a box of 124 size 5 Pampers diapers for just $13.94!

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Big thanks to SlickDeals for sharing the info on this offer. 

Get a $25 Amazon Gift Card With $35 Purchase

As you may or may not know, the family of sites that included,,, and is now a part of the Amazon family. As such, emails have been going out to previous customers informing them of the move and offering a $25 Amazon Gift Card with a single $35+ purchase on Amazon by May 19, 2017.

The terms indicate that a $25 Gift Card will be automatically applied to the account associated with the qualifying purchase within 24 hours of that purchase. Getting $25 in Amazon credit for a $35+ Amazon purchase sounds great to me!

If it sounds great to you as well, and you were a previous shopper of the Soap/Wag/ family of sites, be on the looking in your inbox for an email with the subject line “Thank You For Being a Valued Customer” that should indicate that are also targeted for this offer.



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