Free Enfamil Baby Formula Coupons, Samples & More!

If you feed your baby formula, you know how expensive it can get! Luckily, companies like Enfamil know the new parent struggle and, in order to earn your business (there are SO many options these days), they offer great loyalty programs.

Joining Enfamil’s Family Beginnings loyalty program is totally free and you can receive up to $400 in coupons, free samples and other special offers!

All you have to do is give them your email address, mailing address and your baby’s due date/birthday. Within a couple of weeks, you’ll get all kinds of goodies in the mail! And you’ll receive instant offers via email, too.

Here are some of the things you can expect to receive as a Family Beginnings member:

  • Belly Badge Stickers — these are fun little stickers that you can use to share your baby’s special moments and milestones with friends and family via photos/social media.
  • Free baby formula samples, infant formula samples and toddler formula samples.
  • Free formula coupons that you can use in-store or online at various retailers.
  • Special offers from other baby-friendly companies (like rebates on birth announcements!).
  • Monthly emails containing expert tips and nutrition advice for you and your baby.
  • Plus get As Your Baby Grows, an exclusive Enfamil publication.

Even if you don’t plan to formula feed, it’s still worth it to sign up for the non-formula perks like expert advice, free offers from other baby companies and those fun Belly Badge Stickers!

If that all sounds good to you, you can sign up for Enfamil Family Beginnings here!


  1. Enfamil also send out $5 coupon checks if you sidned up on their website, but those stipulate that the purchase needs to exceed $5 (making the cans for 6 somthing cheap) ^_^


  2. April Parrott via Facebook

    Oh cool thanks! @Tara send me your mailing address & I’ll mail them tomorrow. I have stamps & everything! Message me 🙂 I hate for them to waste because that stuff is expensive :-/


  3. Stephanie Brooks-Phillips via Facebook

    Just wondering, is this a site that u can post your deals and finds on, or one where you can only respond to what the moderators post?


  4. April Parrott via Facebook

    Hey I have four $4 off coupons for enfamil (they have my name on them) They expire March 31st. Do you have any idea if I could give them to someone who would use them? Certainly the name wouldn’t matter right?? Thanks in advance 🙂


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