Huggies nappies (normally £5.98 each) get 5 packs (plus a snack!) for only £15.52 delivered to store @ Boots - HotUKDeals
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Huggies carry packs are currently 1/3 off in Boots at the moment making them £3.99 (normally £5.98). But you get them for £2.98 a pack when ordered 5 packs if you use the £5 code of £20 spend for the Parenting Club (thanks to kittykate) delivered to store for only £15.52. PLEASE NOTE the nappies only come to £19.93 so you have to add a packet of Organix sweetcorn ring snacks or whatever worth 59p to take it just over the £20 so that the code for £5 off will work. The price then comes down to £15.52. Hope this makes sense. Log into to your Boots account and use the code PCBS43 at checkout.

Works out at £2.98 a packet. Bargain I think. You also get 200 advantage points plus Quidco as well.

All varieties of Huggies Superdry/Natural Fit/Newborn/Little Walkers carry packs are 1/3 off. Basically the amount of nappies you're getting in the 5 packs (based on Superdry version) for £12.93 as £2 back on Advantage card is:-

Size 3 - 180 nappies
Size 4 - 160 nappies
Size 4+ - 150 nappies
Size 5 - 140 nappies
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#1
Thanks OP!
#2
Great find!
#3
The code isnt working!! :(

ok after 6 attempts it has taken the code, but no discount has been applied.. i still have to pay £20.39! I am trying to get it delivered to store as well....arrrgh.....

Edited By: Adianlover on Oct 05, 2010 12:40: Try, Try, Try again!
#4
The code isnt working for me either......
#6
j1983
The code isnt working for me either......

Remember to log into your account first as it doesn't recognise you as being a member of the Parenting Club otherwise. Some people have had problems with the code and Boots are aware of this and will resolve it - see link and post by gavin1980:-

http://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/5-off-when-you-spend-20-at-boots/770514/#post9524991
#7
#8


Lol no worries :D
1 Like #9
GOT IT!!!!!! :p I had to call up HO and they said there is a problem on there systems when the code is entered!!! but i paid the full £20.39 and they have refunded the £5 themselves. as well as 500 extra bonus points on my advantage card as a sorry!! thanks kaks26. x x
#10
Adianlover
GOT IT!!!!!! :p I had to call up HO and they said there is a problem on there systems when the code is entered!!! but i paid the full £20.39 and they have refunded the £5 themselves. as well as 500 extra bonus points on my advantage card as a sorry!! thanks kaks26. x x

No probs - well done with the extra points!
#11
Asda box of huggies 112 nappies size 4 for 11.00 and less fuss lol x has other sizes and pampers as baby event.
#12
Good deal but I stocked up when my local Boots were selling the Economy size packs of sze 3 for £1.49 each!!
#13
debs160
Asda box of huggies 112 nappies size 4 for 11.00 and less fuss lol x has other sizes and pampers as baby event.

Good find but you're actually getting 160 nappies in Size 4 for this deal plus £2 back in your advantage card so its only really £12.93 for 5 packs. That's 48 nappies more than asda for £1.93.
#14
Also, if looking for new born the Newborn packs are 2 for £6 which is the same price as the £3 newborn packs on special offer at ASDA. There you also get a hat/socks, wipes and a £2 voucher for your next purchase. If you've got the time then one pack a day works out at £3 for the first then £1 for each one thereafter. - BARGAIN!
#15
Good deal but my experience with Huggies are they leaked. Pampers are better!!

Edited By: richieWolf on Oct 05, 2010 14:01: spelling mistake
#16
type the code instead of copy pasting it..
#17
Just can't see how this is a good deal... price per nappy is high
#18
Size 5 - out of stock. :-/

Edited By: Kazan on Oct 05, 2010 14:14: error
#19
bradmca
Just can't see how this is a good deal... price per nappy is high

oO Based on what? It works out around 8p or 9p a nappy when its usually 14-18p a nappy when buying a single pack. The asda mega box deal works out about 10p a nappy. Cheap enough for me plus getting £2 back to spend on my boots card.
#20
Kazan
Size 5 - out of stock. :-/

Aw that's a pity - maybe worth checking every now and then though not sure how long the code is valid until. Worth a try I suppose.
#21
ordered mine but had to phone them up as £5 wasnt being deducted, will debit my card with £5 when i collect my order, got to phone them back again though so will kick up a fuss and see how many points i can get.
#22
great find by op

thanks again

heat added
#23
Thanks ordered
#24
Thanks ordered.... ( ok might be a bit thick, but I was typing the code including the word CODE and it didnt work, after I rang them, and embarrassingly was told to just type the P etc It worked, just in case anybody else is lacking a brain cell or two!!) Voted hot
#25
Littlespender
Thanks ordered.... ( ok might be a bit thick, but I was typing the code including the word CODE and it didnt work, after I rang them, and embarrassingly was told to just type the P etc It worked, just in case anybody else is lacking a brain cell or two!!) Voted hot

LOL - I've amended the original post with just the code in capitals! :)
#26
yes surely I cant be the only one!!
#27
OK - not bad but I prefer pampers and if you buy 2 x boxes of size 5 from Asda Direct they are 2 for £18 (thats 198 nappies) which works out at 0.09 per nappy. You need to spend £25 for free to store delivery but you also get quidco too so works out cheaper than Boots and better nappies IMHO !
#28
some of you must not have better things to do than sit and weigh up every penny im not that desperate to get a whopping 48 extra nappies more at boots than asda for £1.93. Id rather spend time time with my baby lol x
#29
Thank you I ordered.
#30
debs160
some of you must not have better things to do than sit and weigh up every penny im not that desperate to get a whopping 48 extra nappies more at boots than asda for £1.93. Id rather spend time time with my baby lol x

oO Or troll on a shopping forum lol. The whole point of this site is people are looking for deals? It was a simple transaction on my PC ordering 5 packs of nappies and checking out. I had no problem - it was simple as that and my OH will go and pick them when he passes the shop at some point at the weekend. And I worked out the price per nappy in my head - not that hard.

Presume its your first baby - wait till you have four then you may want to save some pennies and get 5 mins break surfing the web X)
#31
have put limit on number of packs, can only get 2 packs per size out of stock of size 4+ and 5 :-(
#32
Well you presume wrong lol its my forth, i have three teenagers and a baby! your point is? i presume that by the time you add ur fuel costs ur no better off lol as i got my nappies while food shopping! and maybe i dont need to save my pennies, Were not all that tight lol! as for trolling on here i find it funny how people are so tight and want it for almost free and still moan. Have a nice dayx
#33
debs160
Well you presume wrong lol its my forth, i have three teenagers and a baby! your point is? i presume that by the time you add ur fuel costs ur no better off lol as i got my nappies while food shopping! and maybe i dont need to save my pennies, Were not all that tight lol! as for trolling on here i find it funny how people are so tight and want it for almost free and still moan. Have a nice dayx

So why are you on a shopping deals forum? As I said earlier my OH picks them up when passing the shop while working (his fuel is paid for the company so costs nothing). And maybe try learning to spell - its fourth. It's my fourth I buy the nappies for funnily enough. Think you're probably offending a few folk by saying they're tight on here - they're on here to save money. If you don't need to save the pennies then really can't understand why you even come on here to be honest. Hope you're not one of those claiming child benefit as you don't seem to need it LOL.

Seriously - go troll elsewhere as can't be bothered anymore :p
#34
Crosbee
OK - not bad but I prefer pampers and if you buy 2 x boxes of size 5 from Asda Direct they are 2 for £18 (thats 198 nappies) which works out at 0.09 per nappy. You need to spend £25 for free to store delivery but you also get quidco too so works out cheaper than Boots and better nappies IMHO !

That IS a good deal - I always used to use Pampers until we moved to 5/5+ and they weren't that great, used to leave crystals on the skin even when not on very long. Found Huggies suited better in this size so just stuck with them. You can actually use the £5 code on the Pampers deal in Boots too - think someone else has posted this somewhere on here for 2 box deal.
[HUKD Blog Network] 1 Like #35
If you fancy stocking up or using the code for Xmas gifts, codes PCBS44 and PCBS42 will work on the same account as the one you used the OP's code on.
#36
karri123
If you fancy stocking up or using the code for Xmas gifts, codes PCBS44 and PCBS42 will work on the same account as the one you used the OP's code on.

That's great - what are the codes for though?
[HUKD Blog Network]#37
Parenting one's £5 off :)
#38
karri123
Parenting one's £5 off :)

Excellent thanks very much :D
#39
emailed customer services and got told not to buy stuff on offer.

Update: sent another e,ail requesting a supervisor to check the CA's answer and £5 refund. Two emails but refund was done before collection of order. Visited a big boots to have the advantage card points to be added only 80.


Edited By: Micah on Oct 10, 2010 01:13: update
#40
Cool :)

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