Updated: Getting Money Back on Diapers from the Caregivers Marketplace

Update-So sorry that I was wrong about this, it looks like diapers no longer qualify. The rebate form they mailed me still had Huggies listed so I did not think to check the online form before posting. I have been saving receipts all year!

On a better note I did get an email from Caregivers Marketplace about their new program for parents.

MomSmartValues will be an ongoing savings program that rewards you every time you purchase the baby and child care brands your child needs.

We’re excited to announce that MomSmartValues is launching late summer 2010!

It will work just like The Caregivers Marketplace. Just buy eligible products at your favorite stores and fill out one, easy-to-use savings form that you will be able to print from our Web site. After you’ve purchased at least five products, you send your savings form and receipts to MSV and we’ll mail your rewards check to you. You can spend it or save it – it’s your choice!

So, you’re probably wondering which brands will be eligible. Well, right now we’re busy seeking partnerships with the brands you love so they can bring you the great savings you deserve. In the meantime, please visit our Web site to tell us which types of products you’d like to save money on.

With all  the fabulous Huggies coupons out there I wanted to remind you all about The Caregivers Marketplace.

If you care for someone with a chronic illness or someone under 5 then you qualify! It is a great free program that will give you money back for buying participating items. All you do is fill out a form and send in your receipts, then they send you a refund check in the mail!

ALL Huggies diapers, Pull-ups and Goodnites qualify!

That’s right. All you have to do is go here to register then start saving your receipts.

For every package of diapers you buy you will get $0.75 back.

That adds up around here! There are lots of other qualifying items. So, go check it out and start saving.


  1. I went to the site and no diapers are listed as qualifying products. Did they change the products?

  2. Jessica says:

    Yea, the took them off in January – major bummer 🙁

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