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Win Pampers for a Year with Shoppers Drug Mart and P&G! #Giveaway {Can Only} #PGMom

One of the major costs of having a child is diapers.  Wouldn’t it be great to WIN diapers for a year?  That means for a whole year you wouldn’t have to worry about the cost of diapers!

Think of all the fun possibilities you could do with the money you save — perhaps save that money for a special treat or family trip!

Now you are probably all asking “How do we do this? Give us more details!”

Simply use your Shoppers Optimum card between December 29, 2012 and January 25, 2013 and you’ll automatically be entered for a chance to win one year’s worth of Pampers diapers!


In conjunction with telling you about this great opportunity, we have a fantastic giveaway for our Canadian readers!

1 lucky Canadian Mommy Moment reader will WIN a Pampers Prize Pack valued at over $65!

This prize pack includes:

  • Pampers Swaddlers size 1
  • Pampers Cruisers size 3
  • Pampers Splashers size 3-4
  • Pampers Easy-ups size 3-4
  • Pampers Natural Care Wipes
  • and a HBC Canada onesie (size 0-3 mos or 3-6 mos)


Winning this prize pack would definitely help with the diaper bills!

To enter leave a blog post comment telling me 1 money saving tip you use when it comes to buying diapers.

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“Disclosure: By entering the following contest you are accepting that if you win your contact information will be shared with a P&G PR agency for the purpose of mailing your prize.”


Sunday 10th of February 2013

Shop generic - not saying they're all great, but we found two that were'n't bad. I think they were "Parent's Choice" and the "Kirkland" brand at Costco. Any way you look at it - diapers are crazy expensive.

melissa finn

Sunday 10th of February 2013

Coupons! Coupons! Coupons! And price matching!

Ashley J

Sunday 10th of February 2013

Use coupons and look for deals

Jen P

Sunday 10th of February 2013

pair a sale with a coupon!

Jonnie (JB)

Sunday 10th of February 2013

Buy the biggest case you can find. They usually work out to less per diaper.