Huggies Pure Baby Wipes Fragrance Free 72 pack, £2.48 each or an amazing 3 for £3.00 @ Tesco, save £4.44 - HotUKDeals
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Huggies Pure Baby Wipes Fragrance Free 72 pack, £2.48 each or an amazing 3 for £3.00 @ Tesco, save £4.44

£3.00 @ Tesco
72 in a pack, that is 216 wipes for just £3.00, normal price is £7.44 for 3 packs. Read More
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72 in a pack, that is 216 wipes for just £3.00, normal price is £7.44 for 3 packs.
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#1
I got these last week, but will reutrn the unopened two!

Deal is good but the quality of the wipes is no good... Leave white flakes on the skin and tears apart while you are pulling it out of the pack, better to get panpers on johnsons 2.39 BOGOF
#2
This deal was already posted last week:-

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/219233/3-packs-of-huggies-baby-wipes-for-3/

Also, these are usually always on offer at Asda - 6 packs for £5 so not a great deal anyway.
#3
Crosbee
This deal was already posted last week:-

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/219233/3-packs-of-huggies-baby-wipes-for-3/

Also, these are usually always on offer at Asda - 6 packs for £5 so not a great deal anyway.


6 pack for a fiver is well. good.

i agree huggies pure are pretty lame but at a pound a pack thats not bad. ill vote u hot
#4
I use the Asda ones and have no worries espically like the click shut lid as not only does it keep them wet but also stops my little one from pulling them out...well unless Daddy forgets to click them shut amazing how quickly a one year old can empty a packet!!!!
#5
dmtuk
I use the Asda ones and have no worries espically like the click shut lid as not only does it keep them wet but also stops my little one from pulling them out...well unless Daddy forgets to click them shut amazing how quickly a one year old can empty a packet!!!!


yeah i used to think that, took till she was bout 8months to figure out how to open the click shuts too. pest. they do grow out of it eventually. shes 23months and seems to be trusted alone with them at last ha ha. though when she does and u catch her in the act she starts blowing her nose on them
:-D
#6
We all have different preferences! I love these wipes, they feel clean and natural (the blue/red ones) unlike the nasty scented ones (don't try the new Pamper Baby Fresh unless you absolutely LOVE the smell of nappy sacks - they're rancid).
Great deal, heat added.
#7
gazan
I got these last week, but will reutrn the unopened two!

Deal is good but the quality of the wipes is no good... Leave white flakes on the skin and tears apart while you are pulling it out of the pack, better to get panpers on johnsons 2.39 BOGOF


I absolutely agree we have tried out all of the wipes and purely on quality we prefer asda and tesco own brand(not value) huggies are awful wipes, they just break while you are wiping which is not helpful as it is already a messy job;-). And tesco's 4 pack are £3.80 regular price:thumbsup:
#8
badgerrules
I absolutely agree we have tried out all of the wipes and purely on quality we prefer asda and tesco own brand(not value) huggies are awful wipes, they just break while you are wiping which is not helpful as it is already a messy job;-). And tesco's 4 pack are £3.80 regular price:thumbsup:


jeez, you lot must be very heavy handed as have used these for over 3 years on both my kids and never had any problems with them breaking up. Moisture loss is always going to be an issue but as long as you remember and reseal and keep them out of reach of little hands they last for ages.

Good deal, voted hot.:thumbsup:
#9
Voted hot. I am still using the £2.39 for four packs johnson wipes from lasts years boots misprice.
#10
mummyspam1985
6 pack for a fiver is well. good.

i agree huggies pure are pretty lame but at a pound a pack thats not bad. ill vote u hot


not sure if it's still on but morrisons had 9 packs of johnsons for £7 making them 77p per pack compared to 83p per pack at asda.

Boots sometimes have an loophole that enables you to get their own for about 38p per pack. They are decent wipes too. Agree with previous comments about the quality of huggies.
#11
huggies wipes are terrible.....get yourself down to home bargains...thier own brand is 38p per pack!
#12
AaronFTO
jeez, you lot must be very heavy handed as have used these for over 3 years on both my kids and never had any problems with them breaking up. Moisture loss is always going to be an issue but as long as you remember and reseal and keep them out of reach of little hands they last for ages.

Good deal, voted hot.:thumbsup:


you should try a different brand to compare.
#13
badgerrules
you should try a different brand to compare.


have tried many brands and products within those brands....would be silly to comment otherwise....:p

that aside I only commented that I've never experienced problems with them breaking up. I'm not the one with baby poo on my fingers as I'm pressing too hard.....
#14
smk77
not sure if it's still on but morrisons had 9 packs of johnsons for £7 making them 77p per pack compared to 83p per pack at asda.

Boots sometimes have an loophole that enables you to get their own for about 38p per pack. They are decent wipes too. Agree with previous comments about the quality of huggies.



wasnt on in our local morrisons :-( walked all the way over there for that deal and as usual our morrisons not doing it. same with the closer to nature bottle deal :x
#15
smk77
not sure if it's still on but morrisons had 9 packs of johnsons for £7 making them 77p per pack compared to 83p per pack at asda.

Boots sometimes have an loophole that enables you to get their own for about 38p per pack. They are decent wipes too. Agree with previous comments about the quality of huggies.



whats the loophole??:whistling:
#16
AaronFTO
jeez, you lot must be very heavy handed as have used these for over 3 years on both my kids and never had any problems with them breaking up. Moisture loss is always going to be an issue but as long as you remember and reseal and keep them out of reach of little hands they last for ages.

Good deal, voted hot.:thumbsup:


I've never had any problems with Huggies wipes breaking up either, although they are easy to tear in half but to me that is a bonus as they last twice as long! ;-)
#17
God this has turned into a debate about wipes...

To be honest I get Sainsbury's own brand ones which are superb and always buy them when they have their half price on baby stuff on. Normal price 75p and i buy in the sale for 37p and they are SUPERB, wouldn't use anything else now :)
#18
leona71
God this has turned into a debate about wipes...

To be honest I get Sainsbury's own brand ones which are superb and always buy them when they have their half price on baby stuff on. Normal price 75p and i buy in the sale for 37p and they are SUPERB, wouldn't use anything else now :)


Thanks for adding to it! :p

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