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Pampers Gifts to Grow: 10 free points

Add 10 points to your Pampers Gifts to Grow account with the following code:


Here are more points you can add to your account, if you’ve not added them yet:

  • WELCOMEGTGPTS10 = 10 points
  • GTGREWARDS4MOMS = 10 points
  • JOINNOW4REWARDS = 50 points
  • 2BEGINEARNING50 = 50 points
  • GIFTSTOGROW4MOM = 50 points
  • CONGRATS2NEWMOM = 10 points
  • GTGWELCOME10PTS = 10 points
  • PAMPERSGTG10PTS = 10 points
  • 10PTSFREECODE4U = 10 points
  • CAREFORNEWBORNS = 10 points
  • GTGCOUPONPOINTS = 10 points
  • WELCOME2VILLAGE = 10 points

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  • Brandi says:

    What is Pampers Gifts to Grow? I assume there are gifts that you can get depending on your points. How many of you do this, is it worth it?

    • JoannaTopazT says:

      Yes, it’s a points program that has a “catalog” of gifts rewards based on how many points you have. They change the gifts available occasionally, but they generally include things like photos and photo books for Shutterfly, magazine subscriptions (right now they have Ladies Home Journal, Fitness, Parents), and toys and books for kids, as well as “potty” stuff — potty inserts, Dreft, etc.

      Some of the toys are really nice — Cozy Coupe, Radio Flyer trike, LeapFrog My Pal Scout, MegaBloks 80-count set, Corolle doll, etc. Besides the codes that Crystal generously posts (thanks!!), there are also codes in Pampers diapers and wipes that you can add to your account.

      I’ve been saving up my points for a while now (we’re out of diapers, so I don’t have those points to put in!) and just cashed them in for a Melissa and Doug chalkboard/easel for a Christmas present for my niece.

      So, yes, I think it’s worth it — just don’t waste your points by using them to enter their sweepstakes; you might not win, and then you’re down 10 or so of your points.

    • Jonelle says:

      There are codes in all pampers products and you submit them under your profile on the pampers website. There are also multi-use codes that are available. You can use the points to redeem all sorts of cool stuff. I have been doing the GTG program since July 2009 and so far have gotten: Leap Frog My Pal Scout, a sound/light machine for the kid’s room, Dora potty chair, Melissa & Doug puzzle all absolutely free.

  • Jasmine says:

    I just used them all now and they work. AWESOME. Trying to get all the points I can before my little bundle of joy arrives.

  • Dannielle says:

    I’ve been collecting all my GTG points for the last four years. I finally cashed in on them at 5,750 and got my daughter the Cozy Kitchen for her birthday this Saturday. Considering that we are going through a very hard time right now financially, this is an answer to prayers.

  • Brandi says:

    Ok, I just signed up. I don’t have kids, but I have a nephew 🙂

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