Compare Disposable Baby Diapers Price

Easily compare brands like Pampers vs Huggies, Luvs vs Huggies, Pampers vs Honest, Seventh Generation vs Naty. Below is a chart comparing 30 leading diaper brands and an easy way to scan through for all sizes starting from Size 1 to Size 7.

Size 1

Mama Bear diapers are the cheapest diapers in Size 1


Size 2

Mama Bear diapers are the cheapest diapers in Size 2


Size 3

Mama Bear diapers are the cheapest diapers in Size 3


Size 4

Pampers Cruisers diapers are the cheapest diapers in Size 4


Size 5

Mama Bear diapers are the cheapest diapers in Size 5


Size 6

Mama Bear diapers are the cheapest diapers in Size 6



Huggies Snug & Dry diapers are the cheapest diapers in Newborn


Frequently Asked Questions


How fresh is the price displayed on this comparison page?

We scan hundreds of disposable diapers every 1 hour and compare their prices. The information displayed on this page could be up to 1-hour old depending on what time of the hour you visit.

What disposable diaper brands are compared?

We scan through all popular diaper brands and sizes to present information on this page. The list of popular diaper brands is updated regularly.

  • The Honest Company
  • Seventh Generation
  • Parasol
  • Pampers Underjams
  • Pampers Swaddlers Sensitive
  • Pampers Swaddlers Overnight
  • Pampers Swaddlers
  • Pampers Splashers
  • Pampers Pure
  • Pampers Easy Ups
  • Pampers Cruisers
  • Pampers Baby Dry
  • Mama Bear
  • Luvs
  • Huggies Special Delivery
  • Huggies Snug & Dry
  • Huggies Pure & Natural
  • Huggies Pull-Ups
  • Huggies OverNites
  • Huggies Little Swimmers
  • Huggies Little Snugglers
  • Huggies Little Movers
  • GoodNites
  • Eco by Naty
  • Earth's Best
  • Cuties
  • Bambo Nature
  • Babyganics

Why are some of my favorite diaper brands are missing on this page?

We are working to add more diaper brands to this page as fast as we can. You may likely find that white labeled store brands are missing on this page.

How are diapers coupons, open-box diaper deals curated?

We scout through various websites using a combination of manually & automated ways to gather deals at regular intervals. We try our best to find deals, coupons, and open-box deals and curate them here.

Why is the price per diaper is displayed instead of the total price of the package?

Comparing unit price, i.e. price per diaper, is the right way to compare similar products and find the best value.

For example, take the following two diaper products

  • Diapers Newborn/Size 1 (8-14 lb), 198 Count - 43.29 ($0.22/Count)
  • Diapers Newborn/Size 1 (8-14 lb), 96 Count - 24.27 ($0.25/Count)

By just comparing the price of product $24.27 vs $43.29 we will not be able to find which one is cheaper. But when you compare the price per diaper 25 cents vs 22 cents we know that the first product is cheaper compared to the second one.

How do you compare prices when you find the same product with different diapers counts?

The algorithm we use to compare prices prioritizes products with larger count for obvious reasons. As you buy bigger diaper boxes, you find cheaper ones. Newborn size 198 count diaper box is cheaper than Newborn size 96 count.

If you are looking for small count diapers please be prepared to pay more shown on this page.

What store prices are compared on this page?

At the moment we are scanning Amazon for diaper prices and showing the cheapest ones. Soon we will expand to other popular online stores like Target & Walmart.

Why only Amazon Prime eligible disposable diapers are listed on this page?

Amazon's Primer is one of the most reputable brands and Amazon goes the extra mile to make sure products eligible for Prime are the best available in its marketplace.

As Prime eligible diapers are better vetted than non-Prime eligible ones we are listing only Prime-eligible diapers on this page. Also, all Prime-eligible diapers do not attract any additional shipping cost when you spend more than 35$.