Amazon Mom FREE Trial Plus $25 Credit = Huggies Diapers for $0.05 each – Shipped!

by Kaley on August 14th, 2013

in Amazon deals, Baby Deals, Online Deals

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If you haven’t gotten into Amazon Mom yet, NOW is the time to sign up!

New members to Amazon Mom can now get FREE 3 month trial and $25 off their first pack of select diapers with code BABYTIME.

PLUS you can get the 20% off subscription benefit  and, as always, your order ships for FREE.

The credit is also only valid for first-time Amazon Mom members, so if you’ve already joined and used your benefits, another caretaker in the family could sign up.  This offer is available to anyone who provides care to a small child – including dads, grandparents, aunt and uncles!

Note: Your free credit must be used within 7 days of joining Amazon Mom and has to be applied to one of the packages of diapers listed here.

Deal Idea with $25 credit: 

Huggies Snug and Dry Diapers, Size 4, Economy Plus Pack, 192 Count will be just $10.75 after you clip the $2 off coupon, apply your $25 off code and check out thru Subscribe & Save. (Thanks, Kosher on a Budget!)

Click here to sign up for Amazon Mom.

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Anara August 17, 2013 at 12:39 pm

I am so confused! Is there a free trial or not? I read all the fine print I could find on Amazon and went to the Kosher Mom blog post to double check as well, and it sounded like I would get a free trial of Amazon Mom/Prime. But instead my Amazon account is showing that I joined Prime today for the price of $79!

There was nothing about the Prime bill in my shopping cart, but I was afraid to hit the finalize purchase button in case it was added on. I immediately cancelled the Prime and was told that I would be refunded. Now I need to see if I was billed $79!

Anybody else confused by this? I tried to search Amazon help databanks and did not get any hits on this question.

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kaleyehret August 17, 2013 at 8:36 pm

Sorry for the confusion, Anara. It should work if you’ve never signed up for a free trial from Amazon Prime before. Have you ever done the free trial?

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