How much are diapers at Costco? Printable price list

Costco seems to be the go-to-place for picking up diapers, especially when folks don’t have time to shop sales or order from Amazon.  I think it’s always good to have a price list so you can compare prices when you are out and about, so here is a current list of diaper prices at Costco, as of October 7.

I also listed Amazon prices – so you can compare, because most of the time, Amazon prices are CHEAPER then Costco.  To get the best Amazon prices you’ll need to sign up for Amazon Mom (it’s FREE and it’s for caregivers) and instead of clicking “add to cart” select “subscribe and save.”

Subscribe and save items can be canceled at any time with no fees. You can manage your subscribe and save options by going to Amazon and click on Your Account –>Your Orders –> Manage your Subscribe & Save  Items. You can cancel or change your subscriptions.

Huggies Little Snugglers New Baby Pack - $29.99
Includes 240 Huggies Natural Care Plus Wipes, 48 newborn diapers, 80 size one diapers

Size 1-2, Kirkland Signature Supreme Diapers, 216 count - $29.99
14 cents each

Size 2, Huggies, 258 count - $39.99
16 cents each
Amazon - Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers, Size 2, 100 Count
Amazon – Pampers Baby Dry Size 4 Diapers Economy Pack Plus 192 Count – Only 13 cents each (Oct. 9)

Size 3, Huggies, 228 count - $39.99
18 cents each
Amazon - Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers, Size 3, 100 Count
Amazon – Pampers Baby Dry Size 3 Diapers Economy Pack Plus 192 Count – Currently 15 cents each (Oct. 9)

Size 4, Huggies, 200 count - $39.99
20 cents each
Amazon - Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers, Size 4, 100 Count
Amazon – Pampers Baby Dry Size 4 Diapers Economy Pack Plus 192 Count - Currently 17 cents ea! (Oct. 9)

Size 4, Kirkland Signature Supreme Diapers, 186 count - $36.99
20 cents each

Size 5, Huggies, 176 ct - $39.99
23 cents each
Amazon -Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers, Size 4, Giant Pack, 140 Count
Amazon – Pampers Baby Dry Size 5 Diapers Economy Pack Plus 192 Count

Size 5, Kirkland Signature Supreme Diapers, 168 count - $36.99
22 cents each

Size 6, Huggies diapers, 144 ct - $39.99
28 cents each
Amazon – Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers, Size 2, 100 Count
Amazon – Pampers Baby Dry Size 6 Diapers Economy Pack Plus 192 Count

Size 6, Kirkland Signature Supreme Diapers, 135 count – $37.99
28 cents each

4T/5T Huggies Pull-ups Boy, 70 ct – $28.89
41 cents each
Amazon – Huggies Pull-Ups Training Pants with Learning Designs, Boys, 4T-5T, 44 Count - Currently 37 cents each, with Subscribe & Save

3T/4T Huggies Pull-ups Boy or Girls, 82 count – $28.89
35 cents each
Amazon – Huggies Pull-Ups Training Pants with Learning Designs, Boys, 4T-5T, 44 Count - Currently 31 cents each, with Subscribe & Save

2T/3T Huggies Pull-ups Girl, 90 count – $29.89
32 cents each
Amazon – Huggies Pull-Ups Training Pants with Learning Designs, Boys, 4T-5T, 44 Count -  Currently 24 cents each, with Subscribe & Save

WIPES

Kirkland Signature Moist Flushable Wipes, 600 count – $14.99
$0.025 cents each

Huggies Natural Care Plus Baby Wipes, 1120 count – $24.99
$0.022 cents each
Amazon – Huggies Natural Care Baby Wipes, Fragrance-Free, Refill, 216-Count Pack (Pack of 3). 648 total wipes

These prices were recorded at the Lacey, WA Costco Warehouse on October 7. Prices may vary by store or fluctuate when Costco coupons are available for the products. Costco does not accept manufacturer coupons.

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Comments

  1. What about Safeway? I’ve been buying the Mom to Mom brand and am getting 17 cents per diaper for size 4. I don’t have a Costco membership and have been debating about whether the fee will be worth it for me.

  2. If you are a fan of Huggies then I still think your best bet is Costco–with a coupon. The coupon comes out every other month or so and the price is comparable to the Pampers on Amazon (which I tried for a couple months using Amazon moms but switched back to Huggies).

  3. I used a coupon at Costco for diapers yesterday and only paid 16 cents a piece for size 4, which was the best option I had seen in store that day. And for flour, sugar and yeast you really can’t beat the price.

  4. to me it looks for the most part costco IS cheaper, especially since every other month they have $5 off diapers and then the consequent months $5 off wipes

  5. I never buy diapers at Costco anymore. However, I would like to mention that Costco often offers their own coupons from manufacturers. For example, Pull-ups will be $6 off in a few days. If someone buys multiple packs and the sizes don’t work out, they are always returnable (even opened boxes if they simply don’t like them or have allergies to that brand, etc). Costco isn’t always the best option, but it’s not all that bad at times as well. And I HATE that I always have to be home to sign for my Amazon packages.

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