Diapers can quickly become costly since you have to change your baby several times a day, and they end up wearing diapers until they are toddlers. For parents who are budget conscious, being able to buy diapers for cheap may help your wallet, but are you getting what you pay for? Let us help you find the best diapers under $25, whether you’re looking for disposable or cloth diapers.
Disposable Diapers Under $25
Viewpoints score of 87/100 based on 518 reviews
Highly rated and reviewed, Huggies Little Movers diapers are one of the best diapers available for under $25. It is specifically designed for babies 16-35 pounds (or Huggies sizes 3-6).
“I can’t get enough of how much the diapers can hold & how they perfectly fit to every child. They fit so snug & work so well.” –lilroo1983, Reviewer since 2010
Viewpoints score of 93/100 based on 558 reviews
If you’re looking for a great overnight diaper under $25, Huggies Overnites is a good choice. They are specifically designed to be super absorbent and worn for long periods of time.
“After three nights of not changing the sheets in the middle of the night, I was sold! They work great. We didn’t have any leaks. Also, the diapers seem to absorb some of the smell which was an added bonus.” –chicabonita, Reviewer since 2008
Viewpoints score of 78/100 based on 31 reviews
For parents who want natural disposable diapers, Huggies Pure & Natural diapers are hypoallergenic, fragrance-free, made with organic cotton, and has a liner made of renewable materials.
“I’ve never experienced a leak with him and they don’t leave his little butt red for days after he wears them like some of the cheaper brands we’ve tried.” –onourway, Reviewer since 2009
Cloth Diapers Under $25
Viewpoints score of 85/100 based on 66 reviews
If you prefer cloth diapers, the bumGenious Organic One-Size All-In-One cloth diaper is highly rated. Although a single diaper’s cost is under $25, they are reusable and can be used for babies 7 pounds to 35 pounds. The all-in-one design, fast-dry and absorbent attached liner, and snap fasteners make these cloth diapers just as easy as disposable diapers.
“These diapers are stylin’, good for trees, [and] should carry more than one child from infancy to potty trained. Overall, the product saves money and makes sense.” –Webster1920, Reviewer since 2010
Viewpoints score of 87/100 based on 315 reviews
Not to be confused with the bumGenius Organic diaper, the 3.0 All-In-One cloth diapers comes in different sizes, has Velcro fasteners, and has removable and reusable inserts. Like the bumGenius Organic, the cost of a single diaper is under $25 but they’re reusable.
“These diapers are easy to use… easy to wash and dries quickly since the insert can be removed from the shell.” –aprilkek, Reviewer since 2010
Viewpoints score of 79/100 based on 36 reviews
Similar to the bumGenius 3.0, this Happy Heiny’s is a one-size-fits-all pocket cloth diaper. With the option for snaps or Velcro, and the huge variety of colors and patterns, this under $25 cloth diaper is another great buy.
“They are a good choice for a one-size pocket diaper. They are also an economical choice, as they could conceivably be used from birth until potty training.” –Mellifera, Reviewer since 2010
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on The Goods and written by Viewpoints reviewer michelemk.