free Huggies mum and baby gift pack worth £9.99 when you buy 1 pack of huggies newborn nappies - HotUKDeals
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If you print the voucher and take it along to sainsburys you can get a Huggies mum and baby bundle worth £9.99 when you buy 1 pack of huggies newborn nappies. You also need to have a nector card.
This gift pack can be personalised for the new mum.
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#1
I print my coupen,
#2
i havent used this as i dont have a newborn anymore, but it is good for thoes who are expecting, or have just had a baby!
#3
excellent
#4
Does anyone know what's included in the mum and baby pack? Have a 3 week old baby so this may come in handy even though I would not normally buy Huggies (I prefer Pampers and so do a lot our my new parent friends).
#5
We've used Huggies Newborn and Pampers - thought the Pampers were rubbish! Didn't seem very absorbent at all - we often opened the baby's vest to find poo seeping through! Huggies are great though. Having said that, we use Asda's own "Little Angels" nappies now - very similar to huggies but just £1.64 per pack
#6
great find. My sister in law has just had a baby so this will come in very useful. Heat added.
#7
Great timing, Thanks"
#8
I must agree with Horsepils that Pampers are a very poor quality nappy for a name brand. We have tried the shop own brands too, none of which do what they say on the tin,I personally thought Asda's were the most leaky nappy we have tried and left my son a bit sore and stinky. The only brand we stick with now is Huggies, unfortunatly my son is now in step 4 so this coupon is no good for me but I hope this helps.
#9
I cannot find the voucher. the page is as follows:

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#10
I've printed the coupon but have no nectar card!!!

Can I get one instore or does it have to be via post?

Thanks!
#11
im sure i signed up for my nectar card online, This would be a good gift to give to a mum to be, with the nappies. Best presents i got were nappies, baby creams etc. Ended up with loads of clothes, all the same size that never got worn.
#12
just got mine and inside is
foldable changing mat
sample of huggies newborn size 2
sample of huggies little swimmers
travel pack of huggies pure wipes
pair of tu baby booties
100ml bottle of comfort
50ml bottle of carex
75ml can of foam burst shower gel
sachet of persil
pocket packet of kleenex tissues
#13
jaseoflincs
I must agree with Horsepils that Pampers are a very poor quality nappy for a name brand. We have tried the shop own brands too, none of which do what they say on the tin,I personally thought Asda's were the most leaky nappy we have tried and left my son a bit sore and stinky. The only brand we stick with now is Huggies, unfortunatly my son is now in step 4 so this coupon is no good for me but I hope this helps.


i have a son that is 10 mouths old but i still print off stuff like this but just take it back the next week so u have £3.79 off your next pack as it all help i would have had it annyway when he was that age as i miss out on lot of free bee as i didnt know about them all
#14
I can't find it either. - HELP :?
#15
if you read the page it says "click here" and this takes you to it.
#16
hi i printed this and took it sainsburys in washington and the lady wouldn't take it :( she said they don't take printed vouchers, has anybody else found this, is their a way to get the voucher through the post? thanks.x

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