Recently I have found that many thrift stores sell donated diapers. It has become my weekend hobby to peruse a few of the local thrift stores in search of a bargain on dips.
Some of the latest finds include Prevail Breezers, MedLine Real Fit, Wings brand, Molicare Super, some vintage plastic backed Attends, and other off brands that I am forgetting now. Prevail seems to be a popular brand around here as I have found multiple packs of them. One Goodwill I visited had at least 30 packs of them. I ended up buying four.
Not every store has some on hand every weekend but after enough visits I will find a pack or two.
I have gotten pretty good at knowing what location in the store to find them. You may have to look close because some diapers come in a sample size of two and won't be visible until you slow down and look Also, depending on your area, some thrift stores offer half-off everything in the store on certain days. The final cost of shopping this way results in spending an average of 12 to 20 cents per diaper! One shelf in my closet looks like a drug store diaper isle now.
This thread is not meant to brag but to offer a tip for those who may have access to thrift stores.
At first I was super uncomfortable carrying them up to the register. I could feel my ears glowing red from embarassment. After a few times purchasing this way it has gotten easier. The clerks make no notice or hint of curiosity and I never have had any glares or stares.
I hope this helps those who could use another option for purchasing diapers.