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PAMPERS ACTIVE FIT/BABY DRY - 96 NAPPIES FOR £10.00 in ASDA - MEGA BARGAIN!

LeeseLeese

Ok now I know this might seem like a bit of an odd post to some of you but I am going to save myself a small fortune here and thought that some of you who have babies/toddlers may do too! I usually pay around £8-£9 for a pack of Pampers Active Fit (currently buy a size 4) and I only get around 46 nappies. For £10 in Asda at the moment you can get 96 nappies!

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    Prissymiss
    Thanks, just ordered 5 packs on-line and used a £10 off voucher. I have two kids that need them and tesco dont do size 6 now, so this works out alot cheaper than the pyjama pants and etc (that leak anyway).
    1303
    13036 years, 10 months ago #2Show comment tools Reply
    Top find and definatley worthwhile pointing out.

    Voted hot :thumbsup:
    Gaia
    Gaia6 years, 10 months ago #3Show comment tools Reply
    Definitely the cheapest place I have found to buy Pampers. Even when they have not got a special deal on the huge box is only about £11.50.
    Davey
    Davey6 years, 10 months ago #4Show comment tools Reply
    Agree that it is the cheapest place to buy these (even cheaper than Tesco Direct who sell them in larger quantities) and have ordered some myself, HOWEVER am I not right in thinking that this offer is for 64 nappies, not 96. Still a good post though.
    Leese
    Leese6 years, 10 months ago #5Show comment tools Reply
    Prissymiss
    Thanks, just ordered 5 packs on-line and used a £10 off voucher. I have two kids that need them and tesco dont do size 6 now, so this works out alot cheaper than the pyjama pants and etc (that leak anyway).


    yeah I might do this too - buy 5 boxes for 43.99 after the £10 off code. That is
    480 nappies for £44! Mega deal! :-D
    ferple
    Just FYI, Costco is another place you can buy nappies cheaply.
    jennybubbles
    good deal if you use disposables
    but if you wanna save a fortune use cloth :thumbsup:
    crashgoddess
    Davey
    Agree that it is the cheapest place to buy these (even cheaper than Tesco Direct who sell them in larger quantities) and have ordered some myself, HOWEVER am I not right in thinking that this offer is for 64 nappies, not 96. Still a good post though.

    the packs of 96 and 64 are both the same price - £10
    great offer ill have to go and get stocked up
    Davey
    Davey6 years, 10 months ago #9Show comment tools Reply
    Am I missing something. On their website I cannot see ANY nappies in quantities of 96 at whatever price, nevermind these?????? My local store (as per postcode on registration) is a Walmart / Asda superstore as well so would have thought that they would have shown for me in the sold in larger quantities?????
    Foxy102
    Davey
    Am I missing something. On their website I cannot see ANY nappies in quantities of 96 at whatever price, nevermind these?????? My local store (as per postcode on registration) is a Walmart / Asda superstore as well so would have thought that they would have shown for me in the sold in larger quantities?????

    You certainly are missing something...

    this may enlighten you :thumbsup:


    rosalie
    it will only show items that are available in the store that will be delivering them to you so items that are available for some ppl wont show up even online for others. they have the 96 pack showing up for me. i fortunatly dont need nappies but have a friend who has 2 kids still in nappies and these will save her a fortune thanks
    mekon
    jennybubbles
    good deal if you use disposables
    but if you wanna save a fortune use cloth :thumbsup:


    Good point. If you have more than one baby the savings really begin to show if you use reusables.

    In addition the gel and chemicals that make up disposable nappies' 'absorbent layer' are not subject to government controls or independent testing. Sodium polyacrylate, the super absorber that makes disposables so absorbent, was removed from tampons in 1985 because of its link to toxic shock syndrome. Its possible effect on babies' thin skin and reproductive organs remains unstudied; meanwhile, trouble anecdotal evidence about health concerns and these chemicals continue to build.

    Just because they are convenient, doesn't make them better.

    There are some eco disposables in the supermarkets too these days.
    Leese
    woo hoo I made front page on the deals section... :giggle:
    Cyb
    Cyb6 years, 10 months ago #14Show comment tools Reply
    Leese
    woo hoo I made front page on the deals section... :giggle:


    gratz :)

    It's a very good deal, it was until two weeks £13 for the box of 96, and then it dropped to £10.

    Normally offer is 2packs for £16 - like in Boots.

    :thumbsup:
    Richierea
    Mine are just out of nappies, and with twins this would have saved quite a bit!
    Good price, nice find :thumbsup:
    deanos
    If you cant get the ones from Asda, Aldis nappies are very good quality and as good as the brand names, we pay £4.99 for 56 :thumbsup:
    jakenjo
    Pampers are awful!

    I use Huggies. I stocked up with Boots BOGOF. A massive saving considering the ones I bought were £9 a pack!
    Leese
    jakenjo
    Pampers are awful!

    I use Huggies. I stocked up with Boots BOGOF. A massive saving considering the ones I bought were £9 a pack!


    I just went through a pack of huggies to try them out and I thought they were awful and that the Pampers Active Fit had much more room and were much more absorbent.

    A very good saving at boots though if you do use Huggies. :-)
    Mrs.Z
    This is a really cheap deal!

    However I find that the standard Pampers nappies are much better against leaks, the 'Active fit' ones are useless for my son!
    I bought a pack about a month ago and didn't even bother finishing them.

    Just offering some advice for those who haven't tried the active fit before.

    I will be going to Asda today to try and buy some, hopefully they have them in 'baby dry' as before they only had the active fit!
    Leese
    Isn't it funny how we all think different nappies are better! Must be depend on how they fit our kids because I preferred Huggies over Pampers when my son was first born but then as he got older I preferred Pampers. I think that he stays dryer and I have never had leaks once with the active fit but lots of times with the baby dry! Some friends of mine prefer the baby dry too but some prefer Huggies so I guess it must just depend on the shape size of our little ones! They have lots of active fit and baby dry where I live so I am stocking up! :)

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