Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Parent's Choice Formula, Calculate the Savings.




Let's face it having children is expensive, even more so when they are infants. Having to buy diapers, wipes, soaps, clothes, and especially baby formula can really put a strain on a family budget. Today more and more parents are learning that name brand isn't always the smartest choice. I notice that I buy store brand a lot more than I buy a national brand, but I am picky, the store brand has to be just as good as the name brand.

For 13 years, Parent's Choice Infant Formula has helped parents to save an average of $600 USD a year and Parent's Choice Formula has nutritional equivalence of national brands. I don't know about you, but to me that is some much needed money that could be used to get other things a child needs. One of my favorite things on the Parent's Choice website is the Savings Calculator. It allows you to pick a national brand/type of baby formula. It then shows you a comparable Parent's Choice Formula. It shows you the average cost of each, and then goes on to show you how much you would save per year, month, week, day, and bottle, below you will see how it calculated the savings of purchasing Parent's Choice Organic over Similac Organic.



I was amazed that one could save $523.55 per year on average. *Total savings with Parent's Choice Infant Formula calculations based on a price per fl oz comparison of Parent's Choice Infant Formulas and their comparable national brands.

Parent's Choice, partnered with PBM Nutrionals, the largest manufacturer of store-brand infant formulas and nutrition products, wants to help one family save even more with the "Parent´s Choice Infant Formula" Sweepstakes. One lucky winner will receive a $10,000 college scholarship in the form of a College Savings 529 Plan. From now until 11:59pm on August 15th, 2011 you can choose to increase your little one´s chances of attending the college of his or her choice, by "liking" Parent´s Choice Infant Formula on Facebook and filling out the simple form.
Be sure to check out the official sweepstakes rules.

While Parent's Choice has always had my and my children's seal of approval, please speak with your baby's doctor prior to switching formula.

Still unsure here are some facts that may help ease your mind.
  • In the US, all infant formulas are subject to the same regulations for manufacture and ingredients required for the growth of healthy babies under the Infant Formula Act.
  • Store brand formulas sold at major retailers are a premium national substitute at a value price and meet the same FDA nutritional requirements as all of the major brands.
  • The quality and safety of the manufacturing of infant formulas are also inspected by the FDA in the same way.
Want to try Parent's Choice Baby Formula? Visit their website to request a free sample or better yet, enter the giveaway below, one lucky reader will win the following:

12.9 oz can of Parent´s Choice Premium to try
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12.4 oz can of Parent´s Choice Advantage to try.
Two $3.00 off coupons for Parent´s Choice Infant Formula (redeemable at all Walmart stores)
Parent´s Choice Starter Set - a complete nurser system that includes a variety of bottles, nipples, liners, leak proof caps and retainer rings.



"Disclosure: The Parent´s Choice Infant Formula product sample, information, and giveaway have been provided by Parent´s Choice through MyBlogSpark."


This Giveaway is not sponsored, endorsed, or administered by Facebook, giveaway ends at 11:59PM CST on August 15,2011. Winner will be emailed at this time and will have 24 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen. Prize will be mailed directly from MyBlogSpark. This Giveaway is open to US residents only.

8 comments:

  1. I would use the money to buy clothes or pay bills!!

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  2. Breast milk is better and free!

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  3. VCoker, I agree that it is best and free, I would have given anything to be able to give my children that gift, but nature saw things different.

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  4. I would buy more diapers and clothes with the money that I would save. Thank you, Paula C. paulasue39@yahoo.com

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  5. Retweet - http://twitter.com/#!/Sexyknickers68_/status/101902360783224833 Paula C. paulasue39@yahoo.com

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  6. Shared on FB - http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=243837072303109&id=1304929686 Paula C. paulasue39@yahoo.com

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  7. There are women that donate breastmilk. There is never a need for formula. Ever.

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