Pampers Rewards Program

The average cost of purchasing disposable diapers and wipes per year is $830. If you’re spending that money on Pampers diapers then make sure you’re checking the packages for codes to their rewards program.Pampers Rewards Grow On

There are two different ways to earn goodies from the Pampers Rewards program. The first is from the Grow On!┬áProgram. This rewards you for entering in a code from a package of diapers or wipes every month The second is the points themselves, which can easily add up if you’re purchasing diapers every week. (more…)

Recyclebank Rewards

Recyclebank is one of my favorite rewards programs because you not only earn rewards without actually having to purchase anything, but you also learn some fantastic information about different ways to recycle, save energy, and other earth friendly tips. Depending on the area you live in you may even earn points for simply recycling!

From the site:

Recyclebank inspires and rewards smarter, everyday choices for a more sustainable future.
We know that it takes a group effort to make a positive impact, which is why we bring
together communities, businesses and people like you.

Recyclebank Daily Pledge

You can earn points quite easily, and they add up very quickly. There are interactive options such as completing a quiz, viewing a slideshow, or reading an article which all offer points. You can also click on the “Daily Pledge” on the right side of the page to receive 5 points every day. You can sign up here, which will then prompt you for your information which includes your address, they will determine if there is a recycling option in your area. If there is then you will earn points just for recycling, if it is not available in your area you can still earn points. I have never had the option to earn points for recycling and I have earned quite a few rewards.

Earn Recyclebank Points

Little Twig Bath Mitt

The rewards range from magazines and discounts to actual products and gift cards. My favorite one to save up for is the One Twine gift card. One Twine is Recyclebank’s own store and they offer some amazing products. I recently earned enough points to cash out for this cute little Ladybug bath mitt!

Rewards points vary, and to earn the most points it does require you to be able to recycle in your area. However, if you check in once a week, or once a day to do the daily pledge, the points do add up. Set a goal for yourself, I’m currently working towards a $25 One Twine gift card to buy new bath products for Baby Budget! I often like to use rewards programs to purchase the items I wouldn’t normally purchase, or things that may be out of my budget. The ladybug bath mitt is currently being set aside for Baby Budget’s birthday, something small, but at this age they don’t remember the presents, it’s just fun watching them open them!

Do you have a favorite reward program? Let me know in the comments, and I may just add it to my list!

-Mama Budget

How to Save with Huggies Rewards Program

One of my favorite ways to save money is with rewards programs. Many brands offer a program which rewards you for purchasing their product, interacting with their brand, being active on their social media outlets, etc. Huggies has a rewards program where you can earn points by entering codes from their packaging, reading select articles, and even watching videos that they offer on their site from time to time.

Huggies wipes and diapers both contain codes for points. The codes can be found on the inside of packages on a little sticker. The amount of points that you will receive varies depending on what product you have as well as the size. Huggies Little Snugglers diapers have codes worth 5 points for the smaller packages and 45 points for the biggest package! It doesn’t seem like much but it sure adds up! I always take the codes off the package and set them in a pile to enter when I have time so that they don’t accidentally get thrown away!


Now you may be asking yourself, how does this help me save? There are two ways this can help you save. The first being that Huggies offers coupons for both their diapers and their wipes. The coupons do change from time to time, but they are always there!

The second way this can help you save is earning points means that there are rewards. When logged into your account you can click the rewards tab on the top of the page to see exactly what they are offering. I often pick out one item I would like and then set a goal of earning it. This year I have 2 Christmas presents for Baby Budget that I “earned” from Huggies!


They change their offers so if you have enough points for the item you want make sure you redeem them as soon as possible. The rewards vary from gift cards, free product coupons, Shutterfly offers, and toys. It’s easy to collect the points, and if you are buying the diapers or wipes anyways, it’s an easy way to be rewarded! If you haven’t already signed up for an account, you can sign up here and you will receive 50 points just for signing up!

-Mama Budget