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Pampers Baby Fresh Wipes £1.00 @ Asda

£1.00 @ George (Asda George)
Pampers® Naturals Baby Wipes I know you can get these about 3p cheaper but £1 is still a good buy for these wipes, and handy since you can pick them up whilst doing your normal grocery shopping. Th…
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Pampers® Naturals Baby Wipes
I know you can get these about 3p cheaper but £1 is still a good buy for these wipes, and handy since you can pick them up whilst doing your normal grocery shopping.
The pack contains 72 wipes which are lotioned + Aloe, soap and alcohol free, with pure water and baby essential oils.
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#1
6 packet of johnsons Baby Wipes
in tesco £5.00. so not that good a deal
#2
Id disagree because anyone like myself, I dont need to buy a multipack anymore since my daughter is older now, so its handy just picking up 1 packet and at £1 its a great price
#3
carol123
Id disagree because anyone like myself, I dont need to buy a multipack anymore since my daughter is older now, so its handy just picking up 1 packet and at £1 its a great price


but this deal is not a bout yourself its about putting it on for other to save money, you can pick up baby wipes for £1 in most super stores so in my eyes you aint saving any money
#4
Can also get the sensitive for £1, I personally think this is a good deal, very rarely at Tesco compared to the amount I'm at Asda.
#5
AshleyRFC
Can also get the sensitive for £1, I personally think this is a good deal, very rarely at Tesco compared to the amount I'm at Asda.


thanks for proving that you can get others for £1, like i said it is the going rate for them even poundland has them
#6
tronic
but this deal is not a bout yourself its about putting it on for other to save money, you can pick up baby wipes for £1 in most super stores so in my eyes you aint saving any money


Its a good deal in my eyes because I buy baby wipes !! Therefore anyone else who buys them but doesnt always buy in multipack will aggree with me that this is a good buy as they can cost up to about £2.50. You can pick up baby wipes for £1 but not necessarily these ones
#7
tronic
thanks for proving that you can get others for £1, like i said it is the going rate for them even poundland has them


Poundland doesnt have them
#8
carol123
Poundland doesnt have them


if i get time tomorrow i will go there and buy apack just to prove to you they do as ive got them from there quite a few times unless in the mean time sameone esle can confirm that there have got them from there thanks
#9
Okay no probs lol - but EVEN if they did - £1 in poundland is a good deal - hense the fact you buy them for £1 lol so why isnt it a good deal because your in asda ?? I find its a good deal as its convenient that I can pick them up for £1 whilst doing my shopping, as im sure many would aggree. I bought these yesterday whilst in asda but if I was in poundland then i would have bought them in there and still say its a good deal. Since they normally cost at least £2 + £1 is a good deal no matter where u buy it??
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My poundland has them but its the smaller packs of 24 not the big packs.

And when I said you can get the sensitive for £1 I meant in asda too.
#11
AshleyRFC
My poundland has them but its the smaller packs of 24 not the big packs.

And when I said you can get the sensitive for £1 I meant in asda too.


Thanks Ashley I have never seen the big pack in my local poundland either. Sensitive ones are also a good buy. :)
#12
carol123
Thanks Ashley I have never seen the big pack in my local poundland either. Sensitive ones are also a good buy. :)


you 2 know each other as ive got the 72 pack from pound land, didnt you just say "Poundland doesnt have them"
#13
Yes I did just say poundland doeant have them - when did i say they do??? No I do not know Ashley - excuse you for your ignorance. - neither of us are saying your wrong, we're just saying we have never seen them. Im guessing Ashley may be from Scotland since they are an RFC fan - I am also from Scotland - maybe they dont have them in the poundland stores here?? Although u could also be from Scotland so who knows!!
#14
tronic
you 2 know each other as ive got the 72 pack from pound land, didnt you just say "Poundland doesnt have them"


I dont know them but I still dont get why we would lie, if you could get them in poundland then it would still be the same price and still a good deal for people who cant get the boxes in Tesco and just in general for people who might not like Johnsons, but I know for definite that you can only get the small packs in my one.
#15
I picked up 10 packs of these yesterday in asda and personally think it's a bloody brilliant price!! I have to buy this brand and the sensitive variety for my little man, usually sell a 4 multipack for £5 - I put it multipacks back yesterday and bought singles. £1 a pack for pampers sentitive is a great price.....believe me as I've been buying them for almost 2 yrs now. ;- )
#16
Bargain_Buster
I picked up 10 packs of these yesterday in asda and personally think it's a bloody brilliant price!! I have to buy this brand and the sensitive variety for my little man, usually sell a 4 multipack for £5 - I put it multipacks back yesterday and bought singles. £1 a pack for pampers sentitive is a great price.....believe me as I've been buying them for almost 2 yrs now. ;- )


I was in the baby ailse at Asda on Monday and a woman was putting the 2 4 packs for £9 into her basket, told her that it was cheaper to buy the singles so she put them back and grabbed them lol.
#17
[believe me as I've been buying them for almost 2 yrs now. ;- )[/QUOTE]

As have I bargain Buster - I think Tronic is just being a bit of an April fool today :)
#18
Bargain_Buster
I picked up 10 packs of these yesterday in asda and personally think it's a bloody brilliant price!! I have to buy this brand and the sensitive variety for my little man, usually sell a 4 multipack for £5 - I put it multipacks back yesterday and bought singles. £1 a pack for pampers sentitive is a great price.....believe me as I've been buying them for almost 2 yrs now. ;- )


i know what you mean as ive been buying them for 8 years now as have 4 kids,so buying the cheastest ones has been a must, and i am always looking out for bargins on them
#19
carol123
[believe me as I've been buying them for almost 2 yrs now. ;- )


As have I bargain Buster - I think Tronic is just being a bit of an April fool today :)[/QUOTE]

what because i say that 6 packets of johnsons in tescos for £5 that is 75p apack is abetter deal then £1 apack. your saving money. now if your deal was when they was for sale at £3.77 for a pack of 6 then i would vote this hot, but i have always gone for the best deal and at this time 6 packets for a £5 is the better deal
#20
tronic
As have I bargain Buster - I think Tronic is just being a bit of an April fool today :)


what because i say that 6 packets of johnsons in tescos for £5 that is 75p apack is abetter deal then £1 apack. your saving money. now if your deal was when they was for sale at £3.77 for a pack of 6 then i would vote this hot, but i have always gone for the best deal and at this time 6 packets for a £5 is the better deal[/QUOTE]

Yep your right, £5 for 6 does mathematically work out to be a better deal - however thats for you - its also a completley different product !! And as u said its not about what u think is a good deal - and my point has been proven as you can see people do find this a good deal. U also said u buy them in poundland for £1 so you yourself must find £1 to be a good deal otherwise u wouldnt buy from there... so £1 from asda is also a good deal. Anyway im bored arguing over £1 lol...thanks for your opinion in this also as its nice to see a view from all, thats what the site afterall is all about. Carol x
#21
tronic
6 packet of johnsons Baby Wipes
in tesco £5.00. so not that good a deal


This a great deal for people that prefer pampers because some people dont like to use johnsons

Bargain_Buster
I picked up 10 packs of these yesterday in asda and personally think it's a bloody brilliant price!! I have to buy this brand and the sensitive variety for my little man, usually sell a 4 multipack for £5 - I put it multipacks back yesterday and bought singles. £1 a pack for pampers sentitive is a great price.....believe me as I've been buying them for almost 2 yrs now. ;- )


Im the same as you, i have to get pampers sensitive for my twin girls. We have used other makes & they just dont agree with there skin. So getting them at this price is great i hope this price is hear to stay
#22
Im the same as you, i have to get pampers sensitive for my twin girls. We have used other makes & they just dont agree with there skin. So getting them at this price is great i hope this price is hear to stay[/QUOTE]

I always had to use pampers too with my little one, much kinder on her skin, used the nappies too - wish they were only £1 hehe
#23
carol123
Im the same as you, i have to get pampers sensitive for my twin girls. We have used other makes & they just dont agree with there skin. So getting them at this price is great i hope this price is hear to stay


I always had to use pampers too with my little one, much kinder on her skin, used the nappies too - wish they were only £1 hehe[/QUOTE]

Ugh I know, I was lucky enough to get 2 packets of the Active Fit from Morrisons when they were on at a fiver, just opened them yesterday and absolutely love them wish I'd managed to get more now.

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