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I actually found good prices (and better size packages) available online through amazon...If you have Amazon Prime they ship for free and discount repeat orders. Mom prefers the Tena pads and they seem to hold more and irritate less. We buy at rite aid when there is a sale and can combine discounts.

there is a local non-profit in my area that loans equipment (walkers, canes, wheelchairs, etc.) They often have supplies of depends and wipes and gloves that caregivers can get for their loved ones once the patient is considered a "client". This is a great resource...maybe somehing like this exists in your area.
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Watch out for Bed Bugs at places like Good Will.
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Wow! Good thought! I WILL try these places out! Sure worth a try! Thank you very much😇
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Actually, I tend to find some packages at Goodwill. I think caregivers donate them when they're no longer needed. I've found brand new packages of Depends there too. Now I can't guarantee you'll find anything, but give it a shot.
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Thank you so very much! We haven't tried the Tena brand as of yet, but will now! 😃
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I used Tena overnight pads on my mom. She was not too mobile and the back of the pad was a little wider which was good for less leakage while she was sitting. I usually purchased at Walmart. You can normally get free samples from all of these companies. I called tena and they sent me something like 4 $1 off coupons and said I could call back every month (my amounts & times may be wrong) for more coupons. If RiteAid had a sale and I had coupons, sometimes their prices were better. Tried many brands but felt these worked best for us. I would also use a Depends pull up with pad inside so I was not fully changing mom at each bathroom trip if wet. I would usually ask Walmart to check their stock and then just buy the case, 3 or 4 packs per case.
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It's for female, she likes the regular length maximum Poise , but okay with other brands.
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Are you talking for a man or woman and one to wear on their person or put on mattress and/or furniture?
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Try this website allegromedical, I bought 3 washable pads for bed from this co., It was very reasonable price! One pad for $3.99... 50% discount when I did order it. go through website!
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