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Pampers nappies size 3 Monthly pack 198 ONLY £11.65 with S&S (6p per nappy!!) @ Amazon - Prime exclusive

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Several Pampers nappies been further reduced on Amazon compared to previous prices. Size 3 is a bargain price! Tesco offer currently 200x size 3 for £18. I've got size 6's for my boy and it's defi… Read More
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4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Several Pampers nappies been further reduced on Amazon compared to previous prices. Size 3 is a bargain price! Tesco offer currently 200x size 3 for £18.

I've got size 6's for my boy and it's definitely cheap compared to prices anywhere - 124 for £10.78!!

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#1
Won't recommend it. They are cheaper but also thinner. Have used it and leaked few times whereas retailer ones don't. Retails have 1 big package whereas amazon ones comes in smaller packages and put all the small packages in one big box

Edited By: msiddiq1989 on Jan 09, 2017 23:16: Description change
#2
msiddiq1989
Won't recommend it. They are cheaper but also thinner. Have used it and leaked few times whereas retailer ones don't. Retails have 1 big package whereas amazon ones comes in smaller packages and put all the small packages in one big box


I emailed pampers as I felt amazon nappies felt thinner too how ever this is a change pampers have made
#3
Asda currently 7.4p and that's before baby month starts! Amazon's subscribe& save can be good but it is always best to cancel after delivery as they can inflate for them the next delivery.
#4
They are rubbish nappies, must be different quality from those that they're selling in supermarkets, hence the low price.
#5
terrible nappies I got a box off amazon and they weren't the ones shown so they sent me the new pods one and told me to keep the other box. but they both were terrible and my baby woke each morning soaking and always leaked in the day no matter how often I changed her
#6
I thought it was just me, but yes, the quality of the new design are a lot thinner and lead to leaks. Tried the new pull up versions and they are bad for comfort, far too tight, left a red mark around the waist of our baby.
2 Likes #7
apparently Aldi nappies quite good!
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jaypee24
apparently Aldi nappies quite good!
Aldi/lidl nappies best by miles and same price if not cheaper
#9
hi. i got these nappies and my son wakes up soaking each morning. can you advise what nappies you would recommend?
#10
Agreed. Having gone through all supermarket brands and pampers, Aldi standout as the best but also cheapest. Morrisons seem to be identical to Aldi but a bit more expensive. Aldi are about 6p per nap.
#11
I find the pampers baby dry are the best for not leaking, normal pampers do not last a full night for us.
I always get when by one get one free or 2 for .... in Tesco, boots, Asda etc

Bought Tesco own brand once and they were AWFUL!

Was going to do Amazon prime but glad I haven't looking at these comments!!
#12
Morrison is doing 3 for £12 including 54 packs so good option for those who doesn't have prime.
#13
it's amazon usual price.
look out for addition voucher as i got size 5 before for 2.2p per nappy.
#14
turnbug
hi. i got these nappies and my son wakes up soaking each morning. can you advise what nappies you would recommend?


Tesco own brand are brilliant quality- never had a leaked nappy for the last 2 years. Great price too!
#15
turnbug
hi. i got these nappies and my son wakes up soaking each morning. can you advise what nappies you would recommend?


aldi brand far better than any. also Sainsburys is 2nd choice after aldi
#16
Agree that Tesco own brand for my son are brilliant. Have also tried the Aldi ones, but preference is the Tesco ones for use during the day.

We use pampers baby dry at night (size 4+) and he is fine in them. No leaks.
#17
agree on Tesco nappies! been the best out of aldi, asda and maybe pampers. Suppose everyone has an 'experience' of some sort that puts them off a brand they were using at the time. :)
#18
labky
They are rubbish nappies, must be different quality from those that they're selling in supermarkets, hence the low price.


they are apparently a newer version from what I gather

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