6 Months No Interest On Baby Purchases Over $149
Offer valid on items sold by Sears. Item value must be $149 before tax and after discounts. No interest if paid in full within 6 months on all Baby Furniture, Gear and Accessories purchases over $149, when you use a qualifying Sears card. Offer valid through 02/20/2016. Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the purchase balance is not paid in full within the 6 months or if you make a late payment. Minimum payments required. Items sold by Sears only.
IMPORTANT SPECIAL FINANCING/DEFERRED INTEREST DETAILS (when offered); Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the purchase balance is not paid in full within the promotional period or if you make a late payment. Minimum payments required.
With credit approval, for qualifying purchases made on a Sears card (Sears Commercial One® accounts excluded) Sears Home Improvement Account (sm) valid on installed sales only. Offer is only valid for consumer accounts in good standing; is subject to change without notice; see store for details. May not be combined with any other promotional offer.
As of 9/27/2015, APR for purchases: Variable 7.24%-27.24% or non-variable 14.00%-29.99%. Minimum interest charge: up to $2. See card agreement for details, including the APRs and fees applicable to you. Sears cards are issued by Citibank, N.A..
A clean, dry baby is a happy baby, and a lot of that has to do with choosing the right diaper and diaper accessories. Whether you decide to go with cloth diapers or disposable diapers will depend on several factors. Some people choose cloth diapers in order to be eco-conscious. Others say they are more comfortable than disposables and even encourage earlier potty training because the baby can feel more moisture than with disposable diapers, which tend to be ultra-absorbent. Most people still choose disposable diapers, though, for the convenience factor.
Disposable diapers today are much more biodegradable than when they first came out; the outside of most disposable diapers feels a lot like cloth, only it's engineered to be moisture-resistant. Just like deciding whether to breast feed or use baby formula, which diapers you choose for your baby is based on personal preference. If you do choose cloth diapers, you might be surprised at how they've changed! Today's cloth diapers have snaps or Velcro rather than the giant diaper pins of yesteryear, and are designed to contain leaks very well. Some have liners, too, that can be changed out, along with an outer shell that can be wiped clean, creating less laundry. You'll want to decide whether you are going to launder the soiled diapers yourself or use a service.
When shopping for baby, you'll discover that like baby bottles there are many varieties of diapers. Should you choose to use disposable it's important to understand the different types that you can purchase. There are specialty diapers for newborns, crawlers, walkers and for overnight leak protection, each offering specific leakage protection based on the situation. There are even diapers made especially for swimming.
Just as you'll do research to decide what crib to purchase and what type of pacifiers to buy for your baby to soothe his or her tears, choosing diapers just requires a little research. You can spend time weighing cost and comfort versus other factors like the age of your baby and the absorbency that seems to be best for your little one. Many new parents simply try out a brand and see how baby responds to it; what you decide to do will depend on your baby's needs, your budget and your personal preference. You're certainly not at a loss for choices. Rest assured you'll find the diaper that's right for your baby.
Choosing what style of diapers you want to use can and will likely change as you get to know what works best with your baby. Whether you decide to use cloth diapers or disposable ones, and premium diapers or budget-friendly alternatives, you'll find everything you need for your baby at Sears.