Product Reviews: New Lullabies Diapers

So ALDI went and messed with one of my favorite items in the store. I had previously posted about how much I loved the $4.99 packs of diapers and how the price per diaper beat out every house diaper around. ALDI recently switched the diapers not only in packaging, but the actual diaper appears to be different. The diapers are now sold in a box for $13.49 and contains 96 diapers in Size 3. 


Product Review: The new Lullabies diaper is not as thick but is longer than the old one. It still works perfectly and holds up overnight but the fit is a little different than the old one. The pattern is different as well; pretty gender neutral and a little more updated. 

Price Breakdown:

Size 3:

ALDI: $13.49 for a box of 96 = 14.1 cents per diaper

Target: $17.99 for a box of 104 = 17.2 cents per diaper

Walmart: $13.97 for a box of 96 = 14.6 cents per diaper

Walgreens: $17.99 for a box of 96 = 18.7 cents per diaper

Size 4:

ALDI: $13.49 for a box of 82 = 16.5 cents per diaper

Target: $17.99 for a box of 92 = 19.6 cents per diaper

Walmart: $13.97 for a box of 82 = 17.0 cents per diaper

Walgreens: $17.99 for a box of 82 = 21.9 cents per diaper

Size 5:

ALDI: $13.49 for a box of 70 = 19.3 cents per diaper

Target: $17.99 for a box of 78 = 23.1 cents per diaper

Walmart: $13.97 for a box of 70 = 20.0 cents per diaper

Walgreens: $17.99 for a box of 70 = 25.7 cents per diaper

*Sam's Club Member's Mark diaper beats the ALDI price at every size, but I don't put it in the comparison since membership has a cost and you have to purchase such a large box to get that price. Just FYI if you already have a Sam's Club Membership.

Comments

  1. Yes!! And today I went to pick up a package of our regular size 4 at Aldi, and there were no more of them. It was just the big box of size 4 diapers.
    I was told by cashier that the small packages are being phased out.
    The thing is, it's more expensive to get size 4 in the big box, than it would have been to get the small package. Shouldn't club size give you more savings?
    The diaper itself feels thinner, the waistbands also are not as stretchy. Not happy about this.

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    1. Agreed - I am also having a hard time spending $13.49 out of my grocery budget. I liked $4.99 at a time because it wasn't such a hit.I am missing the small packages and the original diaper, but I have a hard time with change:)

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  2. Bummer!!! I got some from a friend and was wondering were they came from , they were just like Pampers! That is Really disappointing to find out that now they are changing them!!! I'm writing letters!!! Nooooooo!!!!!

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  4. Have aldi diapers always smelled strongly of chemicals? I got a box tonight, and they smell like gasoline or something... I'm a bit scared to put it on my kid.

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    1. This happened to me! Then my daughter got a really bad rash. I don't know if it matters but they were size 3.

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  5. I had gotten some lullabies older style ones from a friend who had leftovers from her baby and i really liked them! I bought a box and then realized that they changed the diaper! The new ones fit fine, but definitely seem cheaper to me and they sag so much when wet! The price is so fantastic but the saggy diaper is so awful. I don't think I will be buying them again unless they bring back the old version,

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  8. Members Mark at Sams seem to be more expensive. 200 @ $39 for size 4 ($0.195). I love them but giving these are try @ $0.16 each. Wish me luck.

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  9. The small $4.99 packs are still available in many WI Aldi stores - even the new ones. I wonder if they're coming back?

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  10. I just bought a small pack in OH for $4.99, my first time buying them. I have not noticed any odor. I was surprised how durable they are. They're thicker than most diapers and I love the elastic back. None of the latches have broken off when putting the diaper on my son (big pet peeve of mine). I would recommend them. You can't get any better for the price.

    Ps: no leaks yet!

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    1. I'm planning my first trip to aldi this Friday so now I can add diapers to my list. This is great!

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  11. Interesting. I may look into these, though I have 3 in diapers, and one of them wears a 6. Maybe they could fit into the 5, if they run long? I have been getting Cuties of off Amazon, which are SUPER cheap when you do subscribe and save (.12/diaper in Size 3, and a bit more at .18/diaper in the larger sizes). I like that the Cuties get delivered (free with Prime for us, a membership worth its weight in gold), so I don't have to worry about going out to buy diapers, and they come in bulk packs so they last a good while. I wish I could get the Aldi's wipes in bulk though-- they are ALMOST as good as Costco wipes!

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  12. I love prime. Wish I would have known about cuties sooner. I hope she will be potty trained before mid August.

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  13. Now Aldi diaper brand is called Little Journey. I a new at diaper buying. They are .12 each according to the label. Are they as good? Just wondering if I can add these to the list of good buys at Aldi for my new grandson!!!

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  14. From the experience I had last night with my 1 1/2 yr old daughter, and will probably have for the next few days until she gets better I could say I will never purchase another diaper/wipe Made by Little Journey. Our local Aldi just launched there baby line this month, I have never had an issue with anything I purchased at this store until I tried out the baby line apparently you get what you pay for. I was iffy about getting this brand to begin with because of how cheap it was I thought maybe they would leak or something, I was in Aldi grabbing a few things came across the diapers so figured I'd grab a box since they were so cheap and she was low on diapers, I grabbed the wipes while I was at it & I figured worst thing could happen would be for the dipetas to leak,...boy was I wrong! Day 1 she was fine with them I actually recommended them to a few friends because I thought they were great for the price and surprisingly no leaks! Day 2 came around and my husband went to change her and noticed she looked irratated I thought to myself it could be the diapers/wipes since that's the only switch we made but then figured if it was, it would've happened on day 1 so i went about my day and handled the irritation as I would with any diaper rash...it wasn't time to change her the diaper wasn't heavy at all she started to scream and cry and when I would pick her up she would scream more that's when I said it has to be her private area bothering her I went to look and couldn't believe how red and inflamed the area looked this time around, she started screaming so bad that she was shaking I immediately gave her a shower to try to calm her down and to clean the area since you can't use wipes when irritation occurs and noticed not only was she red on her private area but the lining of the diaper by her back was all red so that's when I said okay it's definitely the diapers...I will be going to my local Aldi where I purchased the diaper and wipes asking for a full refund, we only use pampers on her for diapers and wipes and have tried other brands just never a store brand, shes never had a reaction, I just chose to stick with pampers being that they aren't to bad for the price I get them for a SAMs club I'm so glad I still had a few pampers left and so very disappointed in what happened to her with this brand :( just thought I would share my experience especially since I noticed there aren't many reviews on them.

    -One Mom to another

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    1. This happened to my little girl, I thought the price was great and someone recommended them. I bought a small pack to try and the first day seemed to go fine, then I noticed she was a little red so I put her cream on, and tonight she was severely red and swollen, and was actually crying in pain which she'd never had a rash that bad. She is back on luvs and I'm waiting to see if that helps. I also have an appointment in the morning for her one year check up and will be asking. Thank you for your comment, I wasn't sure if switching brands could do this.

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  15. We are also noticing issues with a diaper rash. We love the price point, but since switching over from Huggies, we are seeing alot of discomfort and redness irritation.

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  16. I was SO excited to try these, but my babe got a rash. My daughter can handle Pampers, Huggies and Target brand but gets rashes from Luvs, the Walgreens brand, and now, sadly, from the Aldi ones. Womp womp. Sticking with Target for value.

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  17. Some say that one size diapers are the way to go, because you can use them from birth to potty training. While others are in the sized cloth diaper court, and say that you save just as much by buying diapers that come in small, medium and large.
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