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I'm Angela Davis, a PNW native, mom of lots of kids, and I love saving money. I'm here to help you live well on a budget by making every penny count. You'll find deals at your local stores, ways to save online, recipes, and frugal living tips and inspiration.
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After Angela posted about this great diaper deal at Diapers.com I kept meaning to mail my coupons in but they kept expiring before I actually had enough rounded up to mail. Finally, I mailed them in and just yesterday received the email stating that my coupons had been credited. I sat down to place my order, typed in the code that had been working for everyone, and the dreaded red letters popped up! NUTS!!! The code has expired! So off to retailmenot I went to hunt down a valid code. It took a while, as most of the codes are only valid if you actually spend $49 after manufacturer coupons. I was giddy when, after about 10 different tries, one worked!
Enough talk, here’s the code: SEPAFF10
If you didn’t see the original post, or are new to this blog, go here to read the details on how to get 5 packs of diapers for $10 or under. Also, make sure to print out this form from Parenting Magazine in order to receive the $14.95 rebate.