Jun 17, 2010

Parent's Choice can save you $$

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All opinions are 100% mine.


It is no secret that I am a formula feeding mom. Not all of us are cut out to breastfeed so we have to do our research to find the right formula to feed our baby. I used the Formula Finder and compared what we used for William and found that he would have taken the Premium, Milk-based or Organic type of formula. Out of curiosity I even checked out the Savings Calculator and here is what I found out when I compared what we used and spent to what we could have saved using the Parent's Choice brand.

Savings / Year** : $634.91
Savings / Month** : $52.18
Savings / Day** : $1.74
Savings / Bottle : $0.43

This was really surprising and made me think of all the things I would have done with the savings. I could have purchased diapers and also could have added some money in William's savings fund.
You can sign up for a free sample here and you can choose from 3 types (the Parent's Choice Premium, Advantage or Gentle Formulas). Believe me, if I had to do it all over again Parent's Choice would be what I would go with. It would be nice to be able to purchase formula that would not break the bank!
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Shelly, Mom Files

3 comments:

  1. Girl, once I switched to formula, it was Parent's Choice all the way. $11 versus $15? And if you went to Sam's Club you'd pay $25 for a container that would last a month. It was crazy. Nutritionally the same as other formulas, it was a GREAT deal.

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  2. Oh wow, I've never heard of this one. Once I stopped breastfeeding Chase I was Enfamil all the way, and booooy did that hurt our pockets!!!!!!

    Thanks for the info!

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  3. We used Parent's Choice for our twins. It saved us soooo much money! We were given Enfamil from the hospital when we went home, but when we ran out of our free samples, there was really no way we could afford to buy a can every few days. Hubby and I did a lot of research and saw that the store brand formula was nutritionally equivalent to the more expensive name brand formula. We even found out that the FDA has very strict regulations, so whether we paid the more expensive price, or the less expensive price, out girls would have received equivalent nutrition. They did very well on Parent's Choice, so it was a great choice for us...

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