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Pampers Gifts to Grow Program

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Get rewarded

5

This is a great program for parents to get rewarded for buying diapers and wipes. I have gotten some many nice things from this program. They give out free points codes from time to time as well. In addition, sometimes they just send me free codes to Shutterfly. Last year for my anniversary with the program, I got a $60 personalized blanket code to Shutterfly. The website takes a little time to learn to navigate but other than that, I would say this program is a win win.

csmith0306

Upton, Ky 42784

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If you buy Pampers, Join their program!

3

I have been using the Pampers Rewards program for three years now and so far have gotten a toddler push bike and a puzzle. If you buy Pamper's diapers I defiantly recommend signing up for the rewards program. It takes a while to get anything good, but once you get a lot of points you can get free toys and who doesn't love free toys. Some of their smaller rewards are pointless such as shutterfly prints as shutterfly offers there own free stuff all the time but they have bigger items like bikes, wagons, puzzles, bowling set, etc... You can also look up free rewards points and enter the codes every few weeks and if you enter a product (diaper or wipes) code every month for 3-12 months you get bonus points. Give it a try, free things are better than throwing your codes away!!!

danicrush05

KY

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I love pampers rewards

5

Pampers the best

2010

Tor

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Yes!

5

Awesome to earn rewards for products that I need!

Missymay1979

cape coral, fl

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Discontinuing For A Reason

2

This program is being discontinued at the end of 2015, and it's not hard to see why. At least half of the time I try to access the website, it gives me an error. Don't even bother with the cell phone app, it's also a joke and crashes every time you try to use it. The program itself seems a little one-sided. I spend hundreds of dollars on diapers and wipes, and even if i collected enough points to redeem for the most valuable item available, that product itself is still only worth maybe $200. The work you put in to collect the codes, put them into the non-working website, and wait to redeem them, just isn't worth it. Poor showing from what should be a strong P&G brand.

ShelbyAnneVO

Fairfield, CA

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Amazing Pampers rewards program

5

I registered and began the Pampers Gifts to Grow rewards program as soon as my baby was born, a little over a year ago, and have continued to use ever since. This is an amazing way pampers gives back and you can find very useful information and products through this website. What I love about the program is that you receive points for all of your pampers purchases and you can choose the rewards you want, donote your points to a good cause, or let your points build up for something BIG. They also give rewards just for entering your Pampers codes each month. This is the best part because if you choose to try or buy a different product for your baby you still have the whole month to enter a Pampers code to receive the rewards. Every three months I have received a reward and the 12th month is a big reward. These rewards come from many different companies Pampers have teamed up with for parents to get a little back. I love that many of the rewards were things I was interested in anyway or would have considered buying on my own, but thanks to Pampers Gifts to Grow they are free. The bonus is you get a free reward and free shipping on these items, which is usually where a company still gets a little money from you regardless of the reward they have promised. Love this program for so many reasons and would recommend to any family who uses Pampers products.

sherryleigh6

USA

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May as well do it since it's free, but don't expect to get much

2

I am unsure if I will ever save enough points to get anything cool. My son was born in December of 2011 and I currently have saved up 515 points. sure, there have been times when we didn't use Pampers, simply because we had great coupons for other diapers but I definitely prefer Pampers. I just find it hard to believe it takes 9 months to save up 515 points. I guess at that rate, I'll be able to get my son the trike I wanted to get him when he's 11 years old. craziness.

jnjohnson228

USA

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I don't like being told I'm going to get something but I don't.

2

I have recieved rewards before from them, but I never recieved my Pottery Barn gift card that I ordered. I ordered a Build a Bear gift card before, and got it quickly. They say they sent it a second time, but I have not recieved it again. I might as well look at cheaper diaper options because I was only using Pampers for the points. I kind of figured it pays for itself not anymore.

petite3

USA

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Bad program

2

The Pampers Gifts to Grow program has you collect points from Pampers packaging and redeem them for merchandise. When it arrives, if it arrives, it is not very good quality. Many things that should be good you may not receive. Some things you redeem points for a code you can use as a coupon on a website. Except they don't actually send the code every time or redirect you to a page with a code. When you contact customer service they tell you that the code was sent and that there is nothing they can do. This has happened to me and other people* *I have talked to.

kelli5605

Tolono, IL

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The rewards selection has really gone downhill.

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I've been participating in the Pampers Gifts to Grow program ever since my oldest son was born in 2005. (I'm on my third child now and have used Pampers for each of them, so I've racked up a pretty decent amount of points.) The first couple of years were great! There was a big selection of prizes ranging from small toys and books to substantial, big-ticket items like tricycles and such. Granted, it took a while to save up for the pricier stuff, but it was worth it. I personally enjoyed the free movie coupons; movies are expensive, and a "free" night out with my husband was always nice. Not to mention they were printable right from your computer, so there were no shipping and handling charges to hassle with.  But those are gone now, as is almost everything else that was REALLY worth saving up points for. Now it's pretty much a couple of books and a bunch of photo stuff: photo prints, photo calendars, etc. Those things are fine, but if you're a veteran of the program and remember the "old" prizes, they definitely pale in comparison. I'm really disappointed in the Gifts to Grow program of late. 

reet80

Davenport, IA

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