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NEW Pampers code - 4XGHB4HPE7PB7NK (10 points)

This code is good through 6/4 at 11:59 pm CST.

If you haven’t signed up yet, you should do it now while they are offering 100 FREE points to new members.

You can also use the codes below to add more points to your account. Even if you don’t enter any codes from diapers or wipes packages, you can earn enough FREE points from codes posted here on the blog to win FREE stuff at the Pampers Gifts to Grow Rewards site.

I have earned multiple gift cards to Starbucks, prints at /a>Shutterfly and movie tickets. Right now, they are also offering $25 gift cards to Macy’s and Radio Flyer products.

10 point codes:


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If you ever enter a code on this website that is expired, please let me know so I can remove it from the post.


  1. Courtney Joyner joyner.courtney@gmail.comMay 30, 2011 at 10:38 PM

    Hi! I'm a new Follower! My mother in law sent me a link to your Pampers Gifts to Grow Post. That's awesome! I too have a blog Joy Of Momma Joyner I do child development tips/information and some reviews and giveaways! Check it out if you'd like!

    How do you get those codes to give out? I'd like to offer that to my readers as well. If you don't mind sharing. You can email me at joyofmommajoyner(@)gmail(.)com

    THANKS A TON! That's awesome!! :)


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