Economically Sound But Still Okay Product Diaper Suggestions PLEASE!

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GlitteredArtist

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I'm low on funds, but am looking to buy some diapers after not having been able to for a good while.
I was always fond of bambinos and Snuggies/Tykables but I'm having a hard time determining most bang for my buck as far as quality/quantity.
I'll find something and feel like I can financially swing it, then shipping is horrendous.

Suggestions?
I do like a cute print if I can
 

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Printer diapers do come at a cost. Normally $2 plus per diaper - for the good ones anyways.

All ABU diapers that I've tried are really decent, but they are about $2 per diaper.

A good, no great diaper under $2 per...Abena Abri-Form (Plastic or Cloth). A case of 56 cost me about $76, plus tax...with free ground shipping. So far, best bang for the buck!
 

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MetalMann

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I'm low on funds, but am looking to buy some diapers after not having been able to for a good while.
I was always fond of bambinos and Snuggies/Tykables but I'm having a hard time determining most bang for my buck as far as quality/quantity.
I'll find something and feel like I can financially swing it, then shipping is horrendous.

Suggestions?
I do like a cute print if I can
I think it would help, if we were to have a price range. There's a huge world of diapers out there, different qualities, and ect.
 

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Cloth diapers are cost saving. After the initial purchase, the only expense is washing and drying them.
 
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