Note: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Member’s Mark® Advantage® Infant Formula. All opinions are honest and sincere.
When it comes to my son's health, as you can imagine, I want him to have the best. I breastfeed nightly, and give the baby formula while he's at daycare. Every time we ran out of formula, I would cringe at the thought of buying more. It was just so pricey! This campaign prompted me to try Member’s Mark Advantage Infant Formula. I've been a Sam's Club member for years, and it makes a lot of sense for me to try their brand of formula.
Cam and I went to the store to get this together. This is a HUGE deal for me. In his two month lifespan, he's only been to family's homes, the doctor and a kid's birthday party. I've been terrified to take him to a store because I've thought of every scenario I didn't want to go through--mostly him going nuts. But ya know what, I told myself to build a bridge and get over it. He's a kid, and stuff happens. But look, we did it!
When we got to the aisle, the box automatically caught my eye. We're a household with plenty of bills. Anything that's going to save us that much money is worth a look!
Member’s Mark Advantage Infant Formula is designed for babies to consume from birth to 12 months old, helping brain and eye development as well as overall essential growth. When I read that pediatricians and experts agree that store brand formulas like Member’s Mark Infant Formula product line offer high quality formula at an economic advantage, I was even more eager to try it. You can make about 87 4 fl. oz. bottles in one formula tub. That's WAY more than I was getting with my other formula. One of the biggest kicks, as I found out when I got to the store, was Sam's Club members saved $500 buying Member’s Infant Formula products compared to Similac and Enfamil. That's A LOT of savings. They have a handy formula finder that helps determine the right formula from the line for your baby, and you can even try the savings calculator to see how much you can save with Member’s Infant Formula!
The tub is much larger than my other one. I typically spend about $26 for a 22 ounce tub of formula, but this is $23 for 48 oz. That's insane savings! Also--How brilliant is it that there's a scoop holder on the side?! I hate getting formula in my finger nails when I have to dig it out of the powder itself. My husband even said he wishes they'd do something like this in his protein shake tubs.
It's been about four days, and we've been using this formula exclusively. I've set up the subscription through Samsclub.com so we get a new tub every three weeks. We couldn't be more pleased with this formula, and I'm so glad we found out about it!
Note: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Member’s Mark Advantage Infant Formula.