What It’s Like to Subscribe to Coterie
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How Coterie Works
To sign-up for Coterie, you can start by signing-up for a subscription, referred to as Auto-Renew, or make a one-time purchase instead. Your account will be automatically created after signing up for your subscription.
You’ll be able to select from the following sizes for diapers: NB/01, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06. If you’re unsure which size to select, you can use Coterie’s size guide to help.
When you’re ready to checkout, simply select “Add to Bag” and then proceed with payment. If you’ve signed up for Auto-Renew, you’ll save 10% on each order and will receive shipments every 4 weeks.
You can also purchase wipes by selecting 4 packs for $26 or 8 packs for $52. Wipes are also available on a monthly subscription with a 10% discount.
Customers can update their shipment frequency of Coterie diapers by logging into their online account or by contacting Coterie’s customer service team via text.
Diapers are $85 per bundle and are delivered every 4 weeks. The number of diapers included in the bundle ranges from 108-198, depending on the size of your baby (more diapers for younger kids).
Coterie Pros and Cons
- Hypoallergenic and dermatologist tested and recommended
- Free of fragrances, chlorine, alcohol, parabens, dyes, VOCs, lotion, latex, rubber, and heavy metals
- Diapers remain drier for longer and have 70% more liquid capacity than competitors, making there no need for separate day & night diapers
- Coterie diapers are soft to the touch, making them almost feel like cloth diapers. They are made partially from wood pulp from sustainably managed forests
- Coterie diapers range in price from $0.43-$0.78 per diaper vs. the standard rate of $.20-$0.30
- Diapers may run small
What Else You Should Know About Coterie
Coterie is one of the only diaper brands that publishes its safety report online. You can read the 10 page safety report HERE.
Is Coterie Worth It?
If you prefer using diapers that prioritize ingredient quality and safety over cost, then Coterie is a great diaper subscription to purchase for your baby. Rather than worry about the potentially harmful chemicals found in standard cheap products, you can have much more confidence in the overall safety and reliability of Coterie’s diapers and wipes. Not only are its products much cleaner than what’s found in most generic products, they’re also more effective.
How Coterie Compares to Other Top Diaper Subscriptions
Coterie VS Hello Bello: Hello Bello offers a monthly diaper subscription bundle for $65.99. Customers can purchase the Diaper Bundle, Diaper & Training Pants Bundle, or Training Pants Bundle and can select up to 6 or 7 different designs from 20+ options. Hello Bello offers the most cost effective diaper subscription as it includes wipes with its bundles and it also allows customers to choose different designs. Coterie is more expensive, however, its diapers have faster absorbency and greater durability allowing them to be used for several hours longer.
Coterie VS Honest Diapers: The Honest Company's Diaper Bundles include a one-month supply of their diapers and plant-based wipes for $79.95. Customers can choose from diapers, training pants, and overnights to include in their bundle, and there are also several designs and materials to choose from. Honest Diapers provide the more cost-effective approach to diaper and wipe subscriptions, but Coterie’s diapers are softer and have greater liquid capacity which help babies sleep longer throughout the night.
Coterie VS Pampers Pure: Pampers Pure offers a one-month supply of its diapers with prices ranging from $59.71-$62.48 depending on the size you purchase. Unlike other diaper brands we’ve reviewed, you can only purchase Pampers Pure from big box retailers, such as Amazon or Target, and a subscription is only available through Amazon. Its diapers are available in sizes NB-1 through 6 and customers have several designs to choose from. Pampers Pure sources its diapers from premium, US-grown cotton and its products are clinically proven hypoallergenic. Pampers Pure is cheaper than Coterie, but Coterie’s wicking system and superior absorbency allow its diapers to prevent diaper rash much more easily and are able to be worn throughout the night without blowouts.