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Bargain Nappies @ Costco : 162 for ~ £16.00

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For those who are in the market for babies nappies Costco are doing a brilliant deal at the moment. Not only are the giant packs of Huggies on a special (162 size 5 nappies for around £16) but they h… Read More
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9y, 8m agoFound 9 years, 8 months ago
For those who are in the market for babies nappies Costco are doing a brilliant deal at the moment. Not only are the giant packs of Huggies on a special (162 size 5 nappies for around £16) but they have a coupon which gives you £14 off if you buy 2 boxes.

Works out at around £18 for 330+ nappies.

there were other sizes available.

Sorry I don't have more info.

They have size 3, 4, 4+, 5, 5+ and 6
- Crosbee
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#1
Title needs to be descriptive... :)
#2
Thats a **** hot deal !!:thumbsup:
#3
saw this deal aswell

although my little'un doesn't like huggies, the elastic around the leg causes a rash :(

tesco own brand for the win!
#4
Disposable nappies should go UP in price not down... hugely damaging to the environment, they take up an unbelievable amount of landfill....long term cost far outweighs any bargain to be had now...there is a much cheaper alternative you know!! voted COLD :x
#5
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Europa
Disposable nappies should go UP in price not down... hugely damaging to the environment, they take up an unbelievable amount of landfill....long term cost far outweighs any bargain to be had now...there is a much cheaper alternative you know!! voted COLD


umm... how do you suggest we deal this Europa?
#6
Europa im guessing you are child free
#7
About me: I'm as green as you can be practically....

Having said that; I've found the below via google search and cannot find anything that backs up what Europa has said... Any fair responses welcome :)


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Green Nappy Tips::: [COLOR=Red]as advocated by an energy saving site - everything looks good in theory, how do you implement these though?!?!?![/COLOR]




* Avoid using a tumble dryer; dry nappies outdoors instead.

[COLOR=Red] How do you do this if you live in a flat or if it's raining outside as it usually is?
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* Wash soiled nappies at 60 degrees, and wet nappies at a lower temperature where possible.

[COLOR=Red] 60 degrees!! do you know how much more power it takes than a normal cycle[/COLOR]

* Only wash a full load, otherwise switch to a ‘half load’ cycle on your washing machine.

[COLOR=Red] Full Load? Of Nappies, you've either got a baby that craps every hour or you've got to put up with storing up nappies for days before you do this.[/COLOR]

* Invest in an energy efficient washing machine.

[COLOR=Red] and how much is this going to cost, to rip out the old one and put in a new one in to save a couple of pence every run!?
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http://www.familiesonline.co.uk/article/static/31/

[COLOR=Black] Read the conclusion if short on time...[/COLOR]

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The only ONE top google entry about non-disposable nappies being environmentally friendlier is put forward by the Director of the company (as I understand from google search results) that sells cloth for... guess what, non-disposable nappies! No rewards for guessing this right ;) Conflict of interest or what?

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#8
Well Europa "Hugely damaging to the environment" in comparison to what?
Terry Nappies?
If so you have to ask why the Government have withdrawn all funding for the 'Real Nappy Campaign'.
Oh yes it's because there's not much in it.
Factor in Detergents, Water, Energy, Creams, Liners, Drying Costs (winter), Skin Health, Safety pins, storage costs.
Not to mention the time involved, busy parents don't have time, and when the little ones rest, the parents need rest too.
People should but what suits there lifestyle, it's down to the individual.
This deal shouldn't be voted cold on an environmental argument, for those that buy disposables this is a cracking deal.
Feel free to put deals up for all the components mentioned in the real nappy campaign cleaning. Power, water, washing powder, conditioner.
This would be far more helpful.

Agree totally with Alchemistkevin.
I have worked in Nappy production industry, they have worked hard to reduce environmental impact, Some will say i'm biased, not the case, there's just not alot going for "Real Nappies".
#9
Chaffers and alchemistkevin, I take on board your references to the carbon footprint created by terry nappies and concede those fair points but
in my line of work I also see the long term environmental impact of non biodegradable disposable nappies and they are truly a serious landfill problem. Go ask at your local landfill site for confirmation...most will agree. Now, if this offer was for totally biodegradeable nappies then I would have cheered the loudest :w00t:
#10
joining costco is a nightmare and cannot be done unless you work in a specific job sector. anyone know a way around this ?
#11
windyseddon
Europa im guessing you are child free

Guess again... I have children... as you do too! why would I bother looking at an offer for nappies otherwise??
#12
Cyrus
joining costco is a nightmare and cannot be done unless you work in a specific job sector. anyone know a way around this ?



Get a mate to sign you up, thats what I did.:-D
#13
Voted warm as Boots have a better deal on which I have posted up,specially for those into quidco and collecting advantage points.

I don't like using anything other than disposable nappies.I've tried terry nappies 1st time round and couldn't get used to them.
My partners mum is a child minder and many times she said some of the ones you buy and can wash have caused nappy rash,maybe down to bad luck and teething at times,but she didn't think it helped 1 child who was stuck in them and their parents could only boast how much they were saving by by not using disposables.
#14
Hi,

Asda also have a good deal on at the moment. I'm not sure when it finishes but my daughter in law bought giant boxes of 111 nappies size 5 pampers for £10 on friday 26th October. She returned to the store for something else on Saturday and the shelf was empty. It may be worth a look. GOOD LUCK!!
#15
yep 152 nappies pampers midi at asda for £13, u can't really beat that...bought loads!
#16
[SIZE=2]How long is this offer on for?[/SIZE]
#17
tdogg
yep 152 nappies pampers midi at asda for £13, u can't really beat that...bought loads!


You can because the Costco deal works out cheaper:thumbsup:
#18
The Costco deal ended on 28/10 according to my voucher book - I got this deal and it is save £14 if you buy 2 boxes of Huggies (any size - different sizes are different prices - not by much. Obviously the bigger the size the less you get in a box for about the same money)

Our lad wears size 3 and one box of 210 nappies is £15.29 (no VAT payable) so on this offer you can get 420 nappies for £16.58.

Needless to say I stocked up but regretfully I think this has expired - I'd suggest you ring your local branch before travelling

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