Amazon Mom & Baby Promotions: $10 Off Diapers, Coupon Book

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Amazon Mom is a program that has some nice perks for parents if you already pay for Amazon Prime at $79 a year (name is a little sexist, though ;)). The main draw is the 20% off diapers & wipes (5% Subscribe & Save discount + 15% Amazon Mom discount).

Right now, they have a new-member promo for $10 off your first pack of diapers when you sign up for a free 3-month trial. During the trial, you’ll also get the free 2nd-day shipping of Prime but not the video streaming or free Kindle book borrowing. Many people have reported problems stacking the $10 off with the 20% off Subscribe and Save discount, but others have reported success after either changing up the subscription periods or using Amazon’s Help chat feature to manually combine them. If you can stack them, it’s a good deal.

Also, I saw that they are offering a mysterious coupon book of “$100 value” when you buy a qualifying baby book. Has anyone gotten this coupon book yet and is it any good? We currently own the following books on their list (amongst others, we went book crazy):

Now I’m looking for a good baby sleep book. Any suggestions?

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  1. We have a 5 month old and just bought Sheyne Rowley’s “Dream Baby Guide: Positive Routine Management For Happy Days and Peaceful Nights” because it came highly recommended. It’s dense — a bit overwhelming at first. I just started reading it, so I can’t say much about it….but I like the approach so far.

  2. After reading several, including ones specifically for twins, I like this general one the best. It is very easy to read and has lots of sample schedules, I wish I had found it sooner.

    http://www.amazon.com/The-Sleepeasy-Solution-Exhausted-Parents/dp/0757305601/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1362493638&sr=8-6&keywords=baby+sleep+book

  3. @Heather @lilah – Thanks! This teething thing is definitely not helping the sleep training.

  4. The Happiest Baby on the Block. Not directly a “sleep” book, but just about everything in it is good advice.

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