Huggies nappies (& Pampers) FOUR packs of economy packs (normally £8.98 each) for only £18.94 delivered to store @ Boots = £4.73 a pack - HotUKDeals
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Huggies nappies (& Pampers) FOUR packs of economy packs (normally £8.98 each) for only £18.94 delivered to store @ Boots = £4.73 a pack

£4.73 @ Boots
Just bought 4 packs of Huggies Economy packs (normally £8.95 each) for only £18.94 delivered to store as there's a third off them just now (and some Pampers too as well as tons of other nappy offers t…
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Just bought 4 packs of Huggies Economy packs (normally £8.95 each) for only £18.94 delivered to store as there's a third off them just now (and some Pampers too as well as tons of other nappy offers to you can mix and match really). There's also a £5 off a £20 spend on baby products. Delivery is free to store or free for orders over £40. There's also a whopping 10 points for every £1 spent until midnight tonight as well. I got 338 advantage points as well as the £5 off plus the third off each pack originally so good deal all round I think. Use code PCBS23 to get £5 off (big thanks HotGBdeals). One use only. Plus Quidco too :o)

Some of the other offers are:-
Pampers 2 x jumbo packs £20
Pampers 2 x mega packs £26
Huggies economy packs down to £5.99
Pampers economy pack 2 for £14
plus a whole lot more. Just make sure you spend over £20 to get the money off. Free delivery to store. Or bulk buy and get free delivery to your home.
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#1
Forgive my really really stupid question, but is this ridiculously cheap?

My babies due soon, but I cant resist a bargin. Is it worth me buying these?
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1on4
Forgive my really really stupid question, but is this ridiculously cheap?

My babies due soon, but I cant resist a bargin. Is it worth me buying these?


we get size 5 and would save about 9 pence per nappy on the full price. we also find huggies to be the best nappies for keeping everything where it should be:)
#3
absolute bargain of the week heat from me
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1on4
Forgive my really really stupid question, but is this ridiculously cheap?My babies due soon, but I cant resist a bargin. Is it worth me buying these?

No such thing as a stupid question when it comes to babies and nappies! Welcome to nutsville X) I think this is cheap for me as they're normally £8.95 (big economy packs not the usual size) so I'm getting 4 packs of these for £18.94 which works out at £4.73 a pack. These are for my 2 year old though so I've mixed them with the Little Walkers as potty training at the moment. I've had a look a at the Huggies and they have the Huggies Newborn Size 2 economy packs (62 nappies) for £5.99 instead of £8.98 so if you got 4 packs of them it would be the same £18.94 delivered to store. I see the normal carry packs Size 2 is £5.98 for only 35 nappies so you're getting an extra 27 nappies for 1p. Just remember to use the £5 discount code and put your advantage card details on. Are you a member of the Parenting Club yet? If not, join as not sure the code will work if you aren't a member. Hope this makes sense!

Edited By: kaks26 on Aug 30, 2010 16:30: adding the code on
#5
1on4
Forgive my really really stupid question, but is this ridiculously cheap?My babies due soon, but I cant resist a bargin. Is it worth me buying these?
The Huggies Newborn range are very good (deep red colour).
Take note of the baby weights on the packs.
Don't buy too many step 1, but step 2 & 3 would be ideal if you have a bigger baby. 8-9 lb
These newborn ones perform really well.
#6
i'm having problems getting the £5 off £20 code to work, it recognises it by saying

Your "Parenting Club Offer - Save £5 when you spend £20" promotion total:

however £5 is not being deducted at checkout,

is it working okay for everyone else
#7
Couldn't edit above post
Step 2 = 7-13 lb
Step 3 = 9-20 lb
These are better than the standard nappies, but don't cost that much more
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hanif
i'm having problems getting the £5 off £20 code to work, it recognises it by sayingYour "Parenting Club Offer - Save £5 when you spend £20" promotion total:however £5 is not being deducted at checkout,is it working okay for everyone else

Same happened to me until I signed in then it came off as it recognised my Advantage Card details etc. Give it a try.
#9
Pampers took a real hammering on BBC Watchdog recently
http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/watchdog/2010/05/pampers_causing_a_stink.html
#10
brilliant! will stock up!
#11
Thanks for your replies!

Well, according to the hospital Im having a small baby, but my bump is telling a different story :O

I have about 7 packs of sizs 1 newborn nappies (all freebees 8)). Should I buy 4 packs of the size 2 newborn ones? Even if he turns out to be a big baby, would I end up using all these?

Money is tight, im trying to make sure I will use everything I buy!
#12
kaks26
hanif
i'm having problems getting the £5 off £20 code to work, it recognises it by sayingYour "Parenting Club Offer - Save £5 when you spend £20" promotion total:however £5 is not being deducted at checkout,is it working okay for everyone else
Same happened to me until I signed in then it came off as it recognised my Advantage Card details etc. Give it a try.

thanks, tried this and a few other ways, it just wont work for me, now i'm thinking maybe i've used mine up, i had a £5 off £20 coupon which i used in the baby section instore recently
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1on4
Thanks for your replies!Well, according to the hospital Im having a small baby, but my bump is telling a different story :OI have about 7 packs of sizs 1 newborn nappies (all freebees 8)). Should I buy 4 packs of the size 2 newborn ones? Even if he turns out to be a big baby, would I end up using all these?Money is tight, im trying to make sure I will use everything I buy!

Size 2 (7-13lbs) is 62 nappies so that's probably only a 8-10 days supply so may be worth you getting these anyway as its amazing how many packs you get through. I used to judge that I'd get through a pack a week when they were small as when they get a lot bigger the nappies reduce dramatically in each pack.
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hanif
kaks26
hanif
i'm having problems getting the £5 off £20 code to work, it recognises it by sayingYour "Parenting Club Offer - Save £5 when you spend £20" promotion total:however £5 is not being deducted at checkout,is it working okay for everyone else
Same happened to me until I signed in then it came off as it recognised my Advantage Card details etc. Give it a try.
thanks, tried this and a few other ways, it just wont work for me, now i'm thinking maybe i've used mine up, i had a £5 off £20 coupon which i used in the baby section instore recently

Yes I think its only 1 use per account - I tried to go back in to check other packs but it wouldn't take it off so presume I have used my quota as well.
#15
kaks26

Size 2 (7-13lbs) is 62 nappies so that's probably only a 8-10 days supply so may be worth you getting these anyway as its amazing how many packs you get through. I used to judge that I'd get through a pack a week when they were small as when they get a lot bigger the nappies reduce dramatically in each pack.


Thanks for this.

Im just about to order. Shall I go for 4 packs of the Huggies Size 2 Newborn ones? Oh, I feel so ignorant :(
#16
Oh @!$@!

Theyre now sold out of the size 2 ones!
#17
size 4 huggies sold out damn
#18
1on4
Oh @!$@!Theyre now sold out of the size 2 ones!

Aw that's a shame. Keep an eye out though as they may come back into stock. Not sure how long the offer of a third off is on for but the £5 off is valid until 6th September I think.
#19
Cheers op.i ordered the pampers boxes with the 5 off as much prefer baby dry pampers to huggies or active fit
#20
Where does the £5 off come from?
#21
Order, code and like worked a treat. Thanks
#22
thanks, ordered
#23
size 4 Oos

Edited By: ashok2508 on Aug 30, 2010 21:32: update
#24
seriously sweet - just got 148 size 4+ baby dry for £15 - that's only 10p a nappy !!
thats 6p a nappy cheaper than the current Tesco offer.

thanks OP
#25
Thanks
#26
1on4
Forgive my really really stupid question, but is this ridiculously cheap?

My babies due soon, but I cant resist a bargin. Is it worth me buying these?

I am trying to remember the first few months :-). I think the Pampers newborn are technically different from the regular nappies - not as absorbent or something. And if you have a typical baby, you will need only a few packs of size 2 - babies gain weight very quickly in months 2 and 3.

That being said anything around 10p a nappy is a really good price. The larger sizes are slightly more expensive, but you also need fewer once the digestion has matured...

And I don't want to start a nappy war - but Pampers work much better for us.
#27
Cheers just got 184 size 5 Pampers Active fit for £20.30 and 370 Boots points as well.
#28
1616french
Where does the £5 off come from?

Its a code as in the original post - put PCBS23 (courtesy of HotGBdeals - thanks again) in the promotional discount box at checkout to get £5 off. Its only for baby products and you have to be in the Parenting Club, which you just add your details to online if you aren't already.
#29
i just ordered pampers baby dry economy packs at 2 for £14 x 2 (224 nappies )size 4 nappies ( works out better value than 2 for £20 , )
Total £28
dis - £5
Total to pay £23
10p per nappy , ty op
#30
I stocked up last week when my local Boots was selling Huggies economy packs for £1.49 each which is 2.3p per nappy based on a pack of 64 size 3.

Edited By: Speculator on Aug 31, 2010 08:09: .
#31
200 Huggies Size 5 ordered for £18.94, much better than Asda 2x69 for £18 offer we usually use. Thanks!
#32
Just Ordered ..................

Pampers Nappies 18.99£ or 2 for 26£ and another 5£ off.
Paid 21£ for 288 Nappies (Size 3)
#33
£5 code not working, advantage card is reg and everything, anyone got this prob?
#34
mummyto3kids
£5 code not working, advantage card is reg and everything, anyone got this prob?

It comes off when you sign in and checkout. Mine didn't come off until then. Unless you've already had a code before or something, one of the other members above said something about this as they'd had one before.
#35
Thanks OP! Just ordered 4 x Pampers economy packs size 4+ and Top Cash back to. Not sure though if I would of been better ordering the 2 for £20 Jumbo packs now!
#36
surfbabe10
Thanks OP! Just ordered 4 x Pampers economy packs size 4+ and Top Cash back to. Not sure though if I would of been better ordering the 2 for £20 Jumbo packs now!

I know I was the same after I had placed the order! Started getting the calculator out to see how much each nappy would have worked out at X)
#37
kaks26
mummyto3kids
£5 code not working, advantage card is reg and everything, anyone got this prob?


It comes off when you sign in and checkout. Mine didn't come off until then. Unless you've already had a code before or something, one of the other members above said something about this as they'd had one before.


I was signed in and checking out and still doesnt work, I have never used the code either, confused.com
#38
surfbabe10
Thanks OP! Just ordered 4 x Pampers economy packs size 4+ and Top Cash back to. Not sure though if I would of been better ordering the 2 for £20 Jumbo packs now!


i bought the economy packs after working it out , economy was better value than jumbo HTH
#39
huggies size 4 back in stock

HERE

Edited By: nikkit72 on Sep 02, 2010 16:51: WEBSITE
#40
Add to basket
Add discount - not valid
Sign in - now valid, but not coming off
Sign up for PC - still not coming off
Go through checkout - discount kicks in after selecting delivery store

Ordered and done - 224 size 4 nappies for under £20, bargain!

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