Those who use Depends for your LO: do you pick them up when 1) you grocery shop, 2) in a panic when they're out and didn't know it, or 3) organized enough to have them delivered on a regular basis?
I'm not a fan of Amazon, but whatever place delivers regularly, would be a big help. What do YOU do?
I joined the CVS Carepass program (different from the CVS ExtraCare program). CarePass is a subscription program - $5 per month or $48 per year subscription. For that fee you get: 1) 20% discount on most merchandise; 2) free 2nd day shipping of merchandise to your home; 3) if you have prescriptions filled at the local CVS pharmacy, free delivery (same day) to your door; 4) $10 per month in “CarePass bucks” that you can use any way you want.
I order my wife’s pull ups from CVS. By using the benefits of the CarePass program, I’ve beenable to get the cost down to $0.38 per pullup for excellent qualitiy. I order three packages of 42 pullups ( which are deliverd by FedEx in 2 days). When I open the third package, I order3 more.I’ve never runout of pullups this way.
Great answers, ALL!! Many thanks. I’d never heard of the CVS program.
Amazon always got my incontinence supplies to me really quickly. I would go to Sam's Club too. Now hospice keeps me supplied. I have found lots of depend type pullups at the discount salvage type stores that have lots of odds and ends from different places.
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