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I went to my local Asda today and bought a Huggies Pull Ups potty princess starter kit for £2.50.

Inside you get:

1 potty
17 pull ups
1 Packet of kleenex tissues
1 potty training dvd
1 reward chart with stickers
£1 voucher off pulll ups
50p voucher off Andrex kids

So with the vouchers you technically get this for £1.00. Bargain if ever there was one - you pay more than that for the pull-ups alone!!
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#1
I saw these in my local today but they only had the Princess ones.

I didn't realise they were only £2.50 or I would've picked a couple up for my nieces :roll:

Heated & repped :)

Edit - Tried to rep you, but I've got to spread the luuuuuuurrrrrve before I can rep you again :-D
#2
Saw the Cars one in Beckton store today for £2.50, didn't notice the princess one
#3
Bargain!! that's my trip out for tomorrow sorted ;0)
#4
Also johnson's baby wipes X 6 box for £3.
#5
non in chappeltown sheffield :(
#6
None in Asda Dalton, S yorks.
#7
They had loads in Asda Doncaster!
#8
None in asda handsworth either
#9
Good deal BUT...

If you really want to potty train your little ones then throw the pull ups in the bin straight away. Go out buy two packs of cheap knickers or underpants and let them get on with it. Yes they'll have accidents but on those occasions that the situation is beyond all redemption simply chuck the whole lot in the bin. They'll soon get the idea and if they don't you've started them too early. put the potty away and try again in a few weeks time.

but thats just my experiences.....
#10
Zoe_B
I saw these in my local today but they only had the Princess ones.

I didn't realise they were only £2.50 or I would've picked a couple up for my nieces :roll:

Heated & repped :)

Edit - Tried to rep you, but I've got to spread the luuuuuuurrrrrve before I can rep you again :-D



Nipped to another branch & they were priced at £3.75.

I even took one to the till to get a price check.

Never mind!
#11
thebeast06
Good deal BUT...

If you really want to potty train your little ones then throw the pull ups in the bin straight away. Go out buy two packs of cheap knickers or underpants and let them get on with it. Yes they'll have accidents but on those occasions that the situation is beyond all redemption simply chuck the whole lot in the bin. They'll soon get the idea and if they don't you've started them too early. put the potty away and try again in a few weeks time.

but thats just my experiences.....


My friend who was a nursery nurse said exactly the same thing xx
#12
I was in Asda today... Princess ones only in my local branch... but they are £5 not £2.50
#13
dmtuk
My friend who was a nursery nurse said exactly the same thing xx


Being a real nappies user and recommender, I totally agree

These pull-ups are just a gimmick to get u 2 spend yet more of ur hard earned money on landfill blockers :x

Both my boys toilet trained in a few days using pants

HTH
nicojo :)
#14
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nicojo
Being a real nappies user and recommender, I totally agree

These pull-ups are just a gimmick to get u 2 spend yet more of ur hard earned money on landfill blockers :x

Both my boys toilet trained in a few days using pants

HTH
nicojo :)


i use real nappies, but tabatha not got the nack of always telling me she needs go. so has to have nappy when we out, but IF she does tell me then i cant get her nappy nippa undone quick enough and then she gets upset. but she's only two and very smart so as a result she gets engrosed in whats she's doing and doesnt tell me she needs wee, alot of time. thinking ill give em a try for a week at, if doesnt work ill try knickers.

wish us luck
#15
apparently chatham only got 8 in and they all gone now. wont get them in again till the next baby promo
#16
thebeast06
Good deal BUT...

If you really want to potty train your little ones then throw the pull ups in the bin straight away. Go out buy two packs of cheap knickers or underpants and let them get on with it. Yes they'll have accidents but on those occasions that the situation is beyond all redemption simply chuck the whole lot in the bin. They'll soon get the idea and if they don't you've started them too early. put the potty away and try again in a few weeks time.

but thats just my experiences.....


I totally agree, best to let them feel yucky wetness to encourage them to wee on the pot but the pull ups are so useful for long car journeys, planes etc where an accident would be quite a palava ;-)
#17
Well just been to Chandlers Ford Asda and they have LOADS of the girls ones and a few boys ones. I bought two, Dd is filling one of them up with bricks as I type lol
#18
They have the Cars one in Asda Farnborough, today

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