I started collecting Pampers Gifts to Grow points when I had my first child 7 years ago. I don’t usually buy Pampers for myself, only because our budget is tight and I most of the time had to settle for the store brand. However I often got gifts of diapers from family and they always brought Pampers. The one time they brought another leading brand, I asked them for Pampers instead as I’ve always thought they worked better.
How It Works
On each package of Pampers products is a code that you can enter at the Pampers website to redeem for points. When you get enough points, you can redeem them for items like toys, gift cards, digital downloads, Shutterfly products or you can even use them to donate to a charity.
If you use Pampers regularly, the points add up quick and you can either get a few smaller things or save up for one of the bigger items. If you don’t use them as regularly, it will take longer to save up of course. However you don’t have to worry about losing the points you earned years ago just because you haven’t redeemed them yet. Your points will not be cleared.
Redeeming Pampers Gifts to Grow Points
For items that have to be shipped, expect 4-6 weeks so if you are aiming for a gift for a holiday or celebration, you will need to plan a few months ahead.
You can redeem as little as 10 points (for a charity donation) all the way up to 6000 points for a PlasmaCar or 7500 points for Bose IE2 Audio Headphones.
What Prize Would You Want?
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