Where do you buy your diapers?

by Mike4977 | Jul 01, 2010 05:10 AM

I am wondering where everybody else gets thier diapers to get the best price? Internet? Local store? Medical supply? For now I make my purchases at wallgreeens, they usually have sales on depend and use my coupons can get two bags of fitted briefs for $30.I have checked out many internet stores and they seem higher on cost. Has anyone tried the invacare diapers? They are priced so cheaply they make me very skeptical that they would be any good. Has anybody found a internet store that has good pricing?

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