Akron, OH, June 21, 2010 --(PR.com
a website designed to help new mothers find savings on essential items, specifically disposable diapers, was announced this morning. Many mothers face challenges when purchasing consumable baby items. These challenges come when trying to figure out if they are getting a good deal or not. When mothers try to purchase diapers in a store, and then try to figure out if buying the package for $29 saves them any more money then buying the package that costs $25. The truth is that sometimes, the $29 package will save substantially, and other times it can cost more per diaper. This all depends on the brand, the style, the quantity in the package, the price of the package, whether there are coupons, manufacturer’s coupons and more. Still, even more confusing, is that buying a box of diapers can yield several different quantities, even though the package looks “the same.” Furthermore, a size 2 diaper may be very cheap at one store, but a size 3 is almost twice as expensive. In short, it is impossible to get a good deal on all sizes and brands of diapers at any one store.
Intelligent Mommy is a new website based around a series of calculators that allow mothers to enter in a few pieces of information and then the software searches a variety of places to show what the best deal available is. The intelligent mommy calculators show that the lowest price per diaper is around $0.10 and the highest is $0.81 (which of course depends on the size, brand, quantity in the package and several other variables). The average family of a newborn will use around 10 diapers per day or 3,500 per year. If you make a conservative estimate of 2,000 diapers, if you can save $0.10 per diaper, this adds up to $200 - $350 per year in savings. Furthermore, if you save $0.30 per diaper, a family of a single baby will then save between $600 and $1,000 per year. If you have multiples, well, just multiply that by the number of babies you have.
In addition, IntelligentMommy.com provides mothers with a real estimate of how much their current diaper expenses are, and the real costs associated with caring for their new child or children. Intelligent Mommy does not sell diapers or other consumables, the company displays their research online to help new mothers save a little bit of money.
Visit www.intelligentmommy.com for more details.
IntelligentMommy.com is a website dedicated to helping mothers of multiple children (twins, triplets, quadruplets and more) find the best prices on goods and services that babies must have. Diapers are a mystery, no package contains the same quantity, in the same size, at the same price. Intelligent Mommy painstakingly has cataloged over 1,000 diaper prices from all over the net and the real world. With a few clicks of a mouse, families can now buy the right diapers for their children, at the absolute best prices. Intelligent Mommy was created when the owners found out that they were having triplets. On a tight budget, every little penny mattered, so the owner built a database to demystify diaper pricing. Because the research was already done, the website intelligentmommy.com was created to allow every new mother to benefit from the tools created to help our new family of triplets survive.