Sunday, March 5, 2017

A Price Survey of XL Diapers

One of the many things motherhood has taught me is how to be frugal. :) Ever since mommy-hood hit in 2015, it has been my practice to do regular price surveys of Lia's daily essentials, and diapers are on top of this list.  It was October of that year when I last posted a price survey on nappies, and it was all about medium-sized diapers then.  Today, let's do XL because Lia's "choco-butt" no longer fits small, medium, or large. =D

Date of Price Survey: March 03, 2017
Where: SM Supermarket, Southmall
  • Huggies Dry 26s - P276.75
  • Huggies Dry Pants 26s - P323.75
  • Huggies Ultra 18s - P297.75
  • Huggies Ultra Pants 38s - P699.75
  • Pampers Baby Dry 26s - P282.75
  • Pampers Baby Dry Pants 16s - P198.75
  • Pampers Premium Care 34s - P539.75
  • EQ Regular 24s - P202.75
  • EQ Dry 28s -P286.75
  • EQ Pants 24s - P194.75
  • Drypers Dry Pants 18s - P287.75
  • Mamypoko 20s - P314.75
  • Mamypoko Pants 16s - P194.75
  • Genius Grow Up Pants 35s - P349.75
  • Super Twins 28s - P233.75
  • Happy Baby Pants 30s - P192.75
  • Care 12s - P77.75
  • Boom Boom 30s - P161.75
  • SM Bonus Training Pants 10s - P76.75

Of course, different diapers do not have exactly the same configurations, so we can't judge whether it's expensive or not based on the SRP alone.  Let's do it on a per-piece basis, shall we? :)  Arranged from the most pricey to the least:

Now that Lia is turning two, we are using three kinds of diapers. For everyday pangbahay use during the day, she uses EQ Regular diapers, and these are supplied by my in-laws (thanks Mama and Papa). For bedtime, she uses Huggies Dry because I think it's doing a great job in keeping Lia dry overnight despite her numerous wiwi sessions while we sleep. I've tried other brands and I like Huggies best. :) And when we're out and about, she uses her trusty Huggies Dry Pants that's very convenient and easy to change even when we're in the car, in the mall, at the park, etc.

And that's a roundup of XL diaper price tags in the local market today! :) I'll definitely come up with a new one when the SRPs listed here become outdated.  Hope this helps! :)



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