I am so thrilled to have this opportunity to share my thoughts on the Rite Aid Tugaboos diaper as part of this sponsored campaign. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Having a baby or a toddler in the house can get REALLY expensive, so it’s imperative for us parents to find ways to save as much money as we can. One way to save money is by using coupons and stacking manufacturer’s coupons with store coupons. But what if you don’t have coupons? Purchasing store brand diapers can really help you save money. I have been using the Rite Aid Tugaboos diaper on my son for a few days now so let me tell you about it.
The Rite Aid Tugaboos diaper has recently been improved for added leakage protection and faster absorption.
One of the first things I noticed about the Tugaboos diaper is the cute design. My son loves tigers because of Tigger so he points to them and says “Tiggo” when he sees the diaper. It has soft stretchable waist & side panels that make it easy to adjust the fit so my little one can be comfortable.
Most people don’t like store brand diapers thinking that these are of less quality. But in the few days that I’ve been trying these Tugaboos diapers, it has never leaked. It actually has pretty good leakage protection.
Since the inner liner is hypoallergenic, I can feel confident that my son’s skin will not get irritated. I remember when he was just a few weeks old, his skin got really red (there was even some bits of bleeding because the lining was sticking to his skin) with one of the Pampers variants and I got so mad that we stayed away from Pampers for quite some time. My son has not had any problems with Tugaboos so that’s good!
Good news! For the month of June, all Tugaboos diaper purchases will earn an entry into the Tugaboos and Vera Bradley Sweepstakes!
With every in-store purchase of qualifying Tugaboos products using your wellness+ card at any Rite Aid store between June 1-30, 2013, you will receive an entry for a chance to win one of (25) Vera Bradley Designer Diaper Bags filled with select Tugaboos products. To enter without making a purchase, complete this entry form now: https://riteaidtugaboos.dja.com/.
Have you tried Rite Aid Tugaboos diapers before? What do you think about it?
UPDATE: I let my son use a Tugaboos diaper overnight. I usually buy heavy-duty type of overnight diapers for him because he’s a heavy wetter. When I checked this morning, there were no leaks at all. I’m impressed!
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