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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Baby Formula Savings Calculator

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of PBM Products. All opinions are 100% mine.

Emma is formula fed. I only breastfed her for a couple months. We were using Similac until a couple of months ago we decided to switch to store brand, Berkeley & Johnson. Similac was getting too expensive even after using coupons.

I used to think that using store brand formula was not as good as Similac or Enfamil. Until I compared them. After comparing them side to side Enfamil and Berkeley & Johnson is completely the same and with very little difference with Similac. Emma took it well with no problem. She did not noticed the change. By switching to store brand we are paying less than half compared to Similac!

There are different store brand formulas out there, including Parent's Choice. I personally have not tried it yet. But if you are looking for a store brand formula, definitely check them out. You can visit their website to learn more about their different type of formulas they offer. You can use the Parent's Choice Formula Finder or take the survey and see which formula is best for you and your baby!

You can also use the Parent's Choice Savings Calculator to see how much you could be saving if you switch. You can see below how much I will be saving using Parent's Choice instead of Similac. I could be saving almost $42 a month or $600 a year!

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1 comment:

  1. A few months ago, my (9 months old currently) son had an awful diaper rash. Being a similac (sensitive) baby I didn't suspect the formula at all. However the only thing in my sons life that had changed resulting in the awful rash was that I'd opened a new can of formula a day before the rash appeared.
    We went about a week not knowing what caused the rash and when I realized it had to be the formula I immediately opened/started using a new can and the rash was gone in a day and a half. Bad batch of formula. "I don't pay $25 a can just to get a bad batch" was my only thought.
    So I switched to Parents Choice. I save about $7 a week and he's had no bad rashes since.