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How I Received Free Baby Products through Multiple Birth Programs


Hello, all you fellow multiple mamas and daddies out there. My name is Liz from Brooklyn, and I have the honor of being driven crazy every day by a set of fraternal twin boys who are now 2 1/2 years old. What’s that you say? You feel my pain? I know you do, but I’m sure you also feel how completely blessed we are to get double the hugs, double the kisses and double the love every day. While I love my boys with all my heart, the double bite to the wallet can be more painful then all the times I’ve slipped on the wet tile in the bathroom trying to catch 2 nude toddlers who DO NOT want to take a bath.

After we got the news that I was having twins (and revived my husband) we went home and told our daughter Sarah about the fact that she would be a big sister times two. She replied excitedly, “Mommy, just imagine: double the pajamas; double the toys; double the diapers.” I smiled at my girl while inside my head I said, “Yeah, and double the food stamps.”

During my pregnancy, being the Krazy Coupon Lady and bargain hunter that I am, I tried to find ways to make having a set of twins less financially terrifying. What I found were multiple birth programs offered from several different companies. Speaking to other twin parents about these programs, I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard, “I wish I would have known.”

So here it is, my fellow couponers/parents of multiples: a compilation of companies with multiple birth programs and what you’ll receive when you sign up. The offers listed below were done between 1 and 2 1/2 years ago, but after making a few calls on your behalf, I’ve learned that the offers are still pretty much the same.

Here’s what you’ll need to get started:

  • Copies of birth certificates
  • Envelopes
  • Form letters
  • Stamps

I recommend getting everything ready to mail while you’re still pregnant. You can put the birth certificate copies in the envelopes after the children are born.

Here’s a great example of a form letter:

To Whom It May Concern: On (date), my husband and I became the proud parents of (twins/triplets/quads). We understand that your company offers promotional products (or coupons) to families with multiples. We would like to take advantage of this offer. Enclosed are copies of birth certificates for our children. Thank you for your time, consideration, and support. We greatly appreciate it!
Street Address
City, State, Zip

Here’s the list of companies and what they offer:


I sent an email on the Beechnut contact form telling them we had twins.
Received: A new parent pack for twins including feeding guide, double coupons, and label saving offers

The First Years:

Learning Curve/The First Years
100 Technology Center Dr, Ste 2A
Stoughton, MA 02072
Received: 2 Winnie the Pooh security blankets and 2 packs of sippy cups


Kimberly-Clark Corporation
Department QMB
P.O. Box 2020
Neenah, WI 54957-2020
Received: Coupons for free diapers, plus extra coupons for diapers and wipes


Luvs Multiple Birth Offer
The Procter & Gamble Company
P.O. Box 599
Cincinnati, OH 45201
Received: Coupons for free diapers, plus extra coupons for diapers and wipes


Pampers Multiple Birth Offer
The Procter & Gamble Company
P.O. Box 599
Cincinnati, OH 45201
Received: Coupons for diapers and wipes


Energizer Personal Care Consumer Affairs
P.O. Box 537
Neenah, WI 54957
Received: Diaper Genie coupons


I received products from Similac in two different ways. One was by contacting them via their website and asking about any multiple birth programs.
Received: 4 half size cans of formula and five $1 off formula coupons
You also can sign up for their twins program through your pediatrician’s office. Ask the doctor or one of the nurses to talk to the Similac representative.
Received: 12 bottles of pre-made formula

This has been a guest post by Elizabeth from Brooklyn, NY
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