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The Price of Baby Wipes

Wet Wipes Add Up! Unit Price of Popular Brands

What mom can live without wipes? When tending to a mess, most mothers don't count how many they use, but the disposable wet tissues certainly add up! Some families use up to a pack a day and continue to buy the wipes to tidy hands and keep clean long after their kids are out of diapers. On average, one wipe costs about 5 to 6 cents with green and conventional nappies at similar price points. Check out these figures based on solo packs.

  • Pampers Sensitive — 64 count ($3.49) = 5.4 cents per wipe
  • Huggies Natural Care Unscented — 72 count ($3.69) = 5.1 cents per wipe
  • Natural Babycare Eco-Sensitive Wipe — 70 count ($3.79) = 5.4 cents per wipe
  • Seventh Generation — 70 count ($4.69) = 6.7 cents per wipe
  • Earth's Best Tendercare — 80 count ($4.49) = 5.6 cents per wipe
  • Mustela Diaper Change Cleansing and Soothing — 70 count ($10.99) = 15.7 cents per wipe

Buying wipes in bulk can save families a good chunk of change.
Caring for baby can cost a bundle! Check out all our It Adds Up! coverage.

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MariaSonia MariaSonia 5 years
We love Bum Boosa Wipes and get a great deal since we figured out that you can get - 80 count (4.99) + use a code FBBUM10 Coupon = 5.6 per wipe! You can get free shipping over $65 at the Bum Boosa website, and if you return empty packaging in exchange for more coupons you can actually get to 4.8 cents per wipe. These wipes are awesome, gentle, and bamboo soft.
youthfulhomemaker youthfulhomemaker 5 years
I buy the 42 count Pampers Kandoo wipes using the $1 off any one Pampers coupons that come out regularly. I don't buy them unless the final price is $0.25 a pack, making them half a cent each. :) I don't actually have any children yet, but I'm pretty accident prone and I keep them in the car for particularly sticky messes. Of course, they are great to stockpile for when we do have kiddos, you can never have too many wipes!
brainstewerz brainstewerz 6 years
in Brooklyn, Costco's Kirkland brand of wipes sells for 2.2 CENTS a wipe. ($20 for a box of 9 refills of wipes each consisting of 100 wipes.) Thank G-d!!!
Moms Moms 6 years
I buy Seventh Generation in bulk (about 4.5 cents per wipe). They are pricey, but I love that they are an environmentally conscious company. And, the wipes come in the disposable bags so they are great for on-the-go!
babysugar babysugar 6 years
Schnappycat - I agree! You can't beat the cost of the Costco ones and I have found the quality to be great too!
Beaner Beaner 6 years
Good to know! A family I nannied for after college used to make their own wipes using paper towels. Here's the recipe: http://babyparenting.about.com/cs/diapering/ht/wipes.htm
schnappycat schnappycat 6 years
Costco brand wipes are the best!
chicagojlo chicagojlo 6 years
I buy my Pampers Fragrance Free wipes at Target in a pack of 504. The box costs $10.99 but I use coupons I get in the diaper packs to get an extra $1 off, meaning my wipes cost 1.9 cents each. They're actually cheaper than the Target house brand!
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