Cow & Gate Good Night Milk - £2.97 (Half RRP Price) in-store @ asda - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
Cow & Gate Good Night Milk

- Follow-on milk from 6 months of age.
- Helps settle babies as part of their bedtime routine.
- Nutritionally balanced, thicker than regular follow-on and gentle on a babys tummy.

I was in Asda Living yesterday and noticed the yellow sticker for the price on this. I thought £2.97 was cheap and didn't realise until i went home that my wife told me its normally £5.97
More From George (Asda George):
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
Chef_uk Avatar
8y, 7m agoFound 8 years, 7 months ago
Options

All Comments

(24) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
Have to mention this to other half as we had a baby on thursday and she has put him on Cow and Gate will have to check how long its in date till.
#2
Yes i saw this the other day, didn't think about posting it on here!! Although you need to treat it as an ASDA deal not a cow and gate deal as ASDA is where you can get it from at that price! You see what i mean? Or i have totally confused you!! Voted hot by the way!!
#3
bought one box aswell didnt think to stock up voted hot
#4
paulsssss
Have to mention this to other half as we had a baby on thursday and she has put him on Cow and Gate will have to check how long its in date till.


the best before date on mine is 04/09/09
#5
Changed merchant to asda, and added "in-store @ asda" to thread title. Thanks :)
#6
great price stock up now voted hot
#7
Great price voted hot. Have to mention though that i cant get my little girl to drink it!
#8
Breast is best.
#9
emmajk42
Changed merchant to asda, and added "in-store @ asda" to thread title. Thanks :)


Cheers, sorry was my first deal on the new layout.
#10
UEF
Breast is best.


theres always one isnt there?
#11
katnjakey
theres always one isnt there?


Usually two, I find :whistling:
#12
UEF
Usually two, I find :whistling:


LMAO!:thumbsup:

The BF Mafioso's are always on the look out for an opportunity....yawn!
#13
UEF
Breast is best.



State the obvious why don't you. I think that the majority of people who are interested in this deal already know that breast is best but for various reasons they (or their partners) are not breast feeding. And, don't forget, some mothers who breast feed use a combination of breast milk and formula.

I'm spending my first evening in on my own with my 19 day old boy whilst his mummy is out for a meal with her friends. I've just given him a bottle of formula and he loves it!
#14
UEF
Breast is best.


some people are psychically and medically uable to breast feed like my sister so you should bear that in mind before you judge everyone for not breast feeding!!
#15
great find voted hot!
#16
UEF
Breast is best.


Quite true - but this is a follow on milk suitable only from 6 months - The recommended guidelines are to breast feed until then anything after is a bonus.

Voted HOT especially as I have 3 £1 off vouchers for this milk.
#17
This milk is seriously thick too thick for the advent teats we use. We had to make bigger holes so that our little-un could drink it.
#18
mercurystar999
This milk is seriously thick too thick for the advent teats we use. We had to make bigger holes so that our little-un could drink it.


Talking of Avent, boots are giving 500 advantage card points at the moment when you spend £20 on Avent products plus it's 10 points for every pound on top of that. Works out at £7 worth of Advantage card points.
#19
This follow on milk for babies over 6 months, hence the fact that they can run promotions on it.

After 6 months, it is recommended that all babies are ingesting something other than breastmilk, as it is no longer able to provide the full nutrition they require.

And from a mother's point of you, I know a lot of women who find this stuff a godsend, especially if their sleep has been broken for the past 6 months!

RE: teats, I prescribe to the old school method. Rather than shelling out on a new set of faster flowing ones just for this milk, use a hot needle to enlarge the hole in an existing teat and set it aside especially for the bed time bottle.
#20
can i just say to OP i was breast feeding but unfortunatly my milk went so had to use formular and babys fine off it and very content, breast may be best but for the rest of us who have had to use formular shouldnt be made to feel were not giving our babys the best we can give them!
also to the rest of you lol im giving my baby sma at the mo and hes now 7 months but recently hes been wakin up at 5 in stead of 7 or 8, is it ok to swap his night feeds to cow and gate??
#21
I no longer use this but wish I'd been able to get some at that price when I was.
Don't stock up too much lol it's surprising how long that one little tub can last.
I had to cut the hole in the teat alot biger so little one could drink this stuff cos it is really thick.
#22
just come back from asda and there wasnt a deal on this milk, they were still priced up as £4 so just bought it anyway, is this only at a certain store or is it meant to be at all stores?
#23
kayleeroberts88
just come back from asda and there wasnt a deal on this milk, they were still priced up as £4 so just bought it anyway, is this only at a certain store or is it meant to be at all stores?


none in my local either just the usual £4 pricetag
#24
Fluff
This follow on milk for babies over 6 months, hence the fact that they can run promotions on it.

After 6 months, it is recommended that all babies are ingesting something other than breastmilk, as it is no longer able to provide the full nutrition they require.

And from a mother's point of you, I know a lot of women who find this stuff a godsend, especially if their sleep has been broken for the past 6 months!

RE: teats, I prescribe to the old school method. Rather than shelling out on a new set of faster flowing ones just for this milk, use a hot needle to enlarge the hole in an existing teat and set it aside especially for the bed time bottle.


the world health organisation recommend exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months, after which solids can be introduced, but they dont say you have to stop there. they recommend continuing to breastfeed until age 2.

http://www.who.int/features/qa/21/en/index.html

its really just a myth that baby will sleep better on formula/thicker formula/rice added to formula/solid food etc etc, they will only sleep through the night when they are good and ready to!

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!