I am in the middle of a crazy cloth diaper overhaul. Between increased amount of pee that comes with being a toddler and worn out PUL on my cloth diapers, I’m having a hard time keeping Robert dry. I’ve found a few ways to fix my PUL- post coming soon (!)- but until I have that completely figured out, I had to buy a few more cloth diapers to keep my little man covered.
Our big local cloth diaper store, EcoBaby, just moved about 45 minutes North of us and it’s not worth the drive. I love buying local, but I’d rather buy on Amazon than drive with a road trip hating toddler. Lucky for me, my favorite consignment store, Twinkle Twinkle Little Store, has a ton of used and new cloth diapers. Not only do they have a good selection of cloth diapers, you can save $8 EVERY time you visit (after your initial visit). Here’s how:
Save $8 at Twinkle Twinkle Little Store with EVERY visit
1. Check in on Facebook for a $3 discount.
2. Hold onto your first receipt and use it to complete a feedback survey. Once you’ve filled out the survey you can print a $5 off $25 coupon that CAN be stacked with the $3 Facebook discount.
Here is how I did during my last trip.
I was able to get 2 maternity tops, 1 new cloth diaper, 2 new diaper covers, 2 prefolds and 3 training pants all for $33.50! The $8 savings paid for the prefolds, training pants and one of the covers. I love being able to get everything I need for less. I was even more excited when we went to the mall this past weekend and saw the same H&M top for over $20.
This isn’t a sponsored post, Twinkle Twinkle Little Store is one of my favorite consignment stores and I wanted to share how I save $8 with every purchase. While I don’t find the best selection of fine children’s clothing, they have a good selection of play clothes, toys, swim wear, and cloth diapers. I just sold to them for the first time yesterday and wasn’t excited about their offer, but it was worth getting two more cloth diapers for free. Don’t expect a ton of money when selling, but that seems to be the case with any resale shop, they have to make their money somehow!
Do you like Twinkle Twinkle Little Store too? What are your favorite tips and tricks for shopping there?