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Pampers New Baby Nappies - All Sizes - £11.11 Each Delivered @ Amazon

£11.11 @ Amazon
Pampers New Baby all three sizes reduced from £17.96 to £11.11 per box (5 box limit per customer) size 1 & 3 = 108 nappies per box...10.3p per nappy size 2 = 124 nappies per box...9p per n… Read More
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Pampers New Baby all three sizes reduced from £17.96 to £11.11 per box

(5 box limit per customer)

size 1 & 3 = 108 nappies per box...10.3p per nappy
size 2 = 124 nappies per box...9p per nappy
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#1
These are on offer for £6 instore at asda, reduced from £8. Some are still priced at £8 but even at that it's a cheaper deal.
#2
Azza I believe that is £6.57 in Asda for the pack which is half size for 54 nappies - this is 2 packs ie 108 nappies

http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/asda-compare-prices/Nappies/Pampers_New_Baby_Size_1_Newborn_2_5kg_54.html

The Amazon price is cheaper
#3
This gets to a tenner on subscribe and save. This is very hot and will not last for ages.
#4
londonuk
Azza I believe that is £6.57 in Asda for the pack which is half size for 54 nappies - this is 2 packs ie 108 nappies

http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/asda-compare-prices/Nappies/Pampers_New_Baby_Size_1_Newborn_2_5kg_54.html


The Amazon price is cheaper


£6.57 is 54 size 1 nappies. you can find it on the boots website.

I added it to my basket but deleted afterwards. not a real deal. Wait for Morrison's Deal

BTW , CO-OP is having a good deal on size3,4,5. half price.pity I need size 1. house is too small to stock these nappies.
#5
Thanks LRGM - do you know whether if you subscribe & save does it "fix" at this offer price or does your subscription price each month depend on Amazon fluctuations?
#6
Cracking deal, just ordered loads of size 3. Less than 10p per nappy is very good.
#7
It doesn't fix the price, goes on the current price
it does let you cancel the subscribe and save at any time, they'll send you an e-mail when the next shipment is due

I bought size 5+ for my older son when they were £10, checked yesterday and they were over £20, that's the price they put on the order, so I cancelled it

This offer is excellent, ordered Size 2's for my younger son for £10, best deal around

heat added
#8
thanks I'll cancel mine too
#9
Shame no Size 5+
banned#10
tomlewis007
Shame no Size 5+
Er.....how do you know the size you're gonna need? oO
1 Like #11
These have gone UP in price - have previously bought them from Amazon at Regular price: £9.75 and
Subscribe & Save price: £8.78. Bought a load back in January.

As this has now gone up in price I dont think this is a good deal - though I suppose still good compared to going to the shops.
#12
We've found with out liitle boy, now 3 months old, that these Pampers are nowhere near as good as the equivalent Huggies. These cheap Pampers fill up and leak very quickly. The Huggies never leak. Makes me wonder if this is why the Pampers are so cheap. Just a thought. :)
#13
Trawscoed
londonuk
Azza I believe that is £6.57 in Asda for the pack which is half size for 54 nappies - this is 2 packs ie 108 nappies

http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/asda-compare-prices/Nappies/Pampers_New_Baby_Size_1_Newborn_2_5kg_54.html


The Amazon price is cheaper


£6.57 is 54 size 1 nappies. you can find it on the boots website.

I added it to my basket but deleted afterwards. not a real deal. Wait for Morrison's Deal

BTW , CO-OP is having a good deal on size3,4,5. half price.pity I need size 1. house is too small to stock these nappies.

hi,

whats the deal on CO-OP... i am after normal 5+ nappies.

thanks
#14
ordered thanx(_;)
#15
lol Pluun, your first baby? usually by the weight of the baby, or when they're getting a bit tight on the current size nappy, you need the next size up

My first son weighed 4lbs and 14 ounces, needed the micro nappies - size 0
my second son was 5lbs and 4 ounces and he was fine in new baby nappies - size 1

you do get £2 pampers vouchers in the bounty pack, i got 3 which I used on a the small packs - £3.69 for 27- £2 = £1.69 = 6p per nappy
#16
Usually less than £10.
banned 1 Like #17
Oh!
So it's not the size of the plop you're expecting? :|
1 Like #18
Pluun
tomlewis007
Shame no Size 5+

Er.....how do you know the size you're gonna need? oO


Because my son has just moved into size 5+
#19
Cheers for the headsup!

Wife looked on Tesco however and spotted a newborn nappy deal- 3x24=72 for £5

Not pampers but i found with our Son that the Tesco ones in alot of ways where superior :)


Edited By: Nailez on Mar 16, 2011 16:07: Missus edit :D
#20
Pluun then plop size should be linked to weight but it's not something I've thought about
If u go on baby's weight u should b fine
#21
tomlewis007
Shame no Size 5+

yeah ditto :(
suspended#22
good deal at the £10 subscribe price ordered
#23
We've found with out liitle boy, now 3 months old, that these Pampers are nowhere near as good as the equivalent Huggies. These cheap Pampers fill up and leak very quickly. The Huggies never leak. Makes me wonder if this is why the Pampers are so cheap. Just a thought.


We had this problem with Huggies TBH we found them rubbish and wouldnt use them again. Our babys nappies never leak with Pampers and she never gets a rash but then again we do change her regular....Just a thought. On a side note I got 196 of the size 3 midi for £15.99 from Amazon in Feb but this is still much cheaper than the regular supermarkets at the moment and we need some more so good enough.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003P2UU3C/ref=pd_luc_mri?ie=UTF8&m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE

These work out about he same price per nappy for size 3 with and are up to 20 lbs these are the ones I got last time for £16



Edited By: alera on Mar 17, 2011 00:08: edit
#24
Thanks for this great deal! It has been featured over on the HUKD blog Playpennies!

http://www.playpennies.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/thanks_playpennies.png
#25
Funny you seem to be suggesting we don't change our baby often enough? I would have though that having to change you baby less would be better and cheaper as you use less nappies and is less hassle. \nothing wrong as long as baby's skin is still dry. Have you thought that Huggies may be better for boys and Pampers better for girls?

With Huggies we found that he never moans about his nappy being full, whenever we change him the Huggies are still reasonably dry to the touch - changing the Pampers we found they were very bloated and very wet after a lot less time. A good nappy draws the fluid away from the baby's skin and therefore stop the baby's skin getting irritated. Our baby sleeps through from 8 til 8 - don't really want to be waking him up just to change him! In the morning the Huggies are still comfortable for him with absorbency left. The Pampers were leaking everywhere after a lot less time. It's a shame as we bought a lot of these cheap Pampers, but they turned out to be a waste of money.

alera
We've found with out little boy, now 3 months old, that these Pampers are nowhere near as good as the equivalent Huggies. These cheap Pampers fill up and leak very quickly. The Huggies never leak. Makes me wonder if this is why the Pampers are so cheap. Just a thought.


We had this problem with Huggies TBH we found them rubbish and wouldnt use them again. Our babys nappies never leak with Pampers and she never gets a rash but then again we do change her regular....Just a thought. On a side note I got 196 of the size 3 midi for £15.99 from Amazon in Feb but this is still much cheaper than the regular supermarkets at the moment and we need some more so good enough.
[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2Fgp%2Fproduct%2FB003P2UU3C%2Fref%3Dpd_luc_mri%3Fie%3DUTF8%26m%3DA3P5ROKL5A1OLE]
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003P2UU3C/ref=pd_luc_mri?ie=UTF8&m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE[/url]

These work out about he same price per nappy for size 3 with and are up to 20 lbs these are the ones I got last time for £16





Edited By: Emeye on Mar 17, 2011 09:55: speeling
#26
I would rather the baby was comfortable dry and rash free than sat round in overfilled soiled nappies but maybe thats just me ! Personally saving a few pence a day on nappies is not my priority.

She never crys because she need changing, the nappies never leak and never she gets a rash so thats good enough for me, we tried Huggies first actually and they did leak, didnt fit as well and seemed less comfortable round the fastening area on the waist for the baby.

Huggies cost less than Pampers usually especially when buying from supermarkets so its obviously not cost based.

In theory (or according to the makers) nappies that only have unrine are good for 12 hours but does anyone really only change there baby every 12 hours ?

At the end of the day its down to personal preference and budget but most parents I talk to seem to think that Pampers are the best quality vs Huggies own brand etc.



Edited By: alera on Mar 17, 2011 12:21
banned#27
alera
I would rather the baby was comfortable dry and rash free than sat round in overfilled soiled nappies but maybe thats just me ! Personally saving a few pence a day on nappies is not my priority.

She never crys because she need changing, the nappies never leak and never she gets a rash so thats good enough for me, we tried Huggies first actually and they did leak, didnt fit as well and seemed less comfortable round the fastening area on the waist for the baby.

Huggies cost less than Pampers usually especially when buying from supermarkets so its obviously not cost based.

In theory (or according to the makers) nappies that only have unrine are good for 12 hours but does anyone really only change there baby every 12 hours ?

At the end of the day its down to personal preference and budget but most parents I talk to seem to think that Pampers are the best quality vs Huggies own brand etc.



No sh*t ! oO
#28
alera, you're obviously not taking in what I am try to say and I think we may even be agreeing - In my experience, using Pampers means that our baby ends up sat in a wet nappy very quickly and will start to whinge about it and get a rash - with the Huggies we find we can change the nappies at regular interval and he is still dry as the Huggies seem better at absorbing wee - obviously if our little darling does a dump we change him straight away. In other words the Huggies are doing an amazing job of keeping our baby dry and rash free all night for 12 hours and allowing him to sleep all that time - with the Pampers he would either wake up crying during the night due to being uncomfortable and sometimes even having leaked.

We bought the Pampers cos they were on offer and therefore cheap and found out that maybe they were cheap for a reason - the Huggies were more expensive but are better for our baby, yet as we have to change them less often, it may be that it works out cheaper - thing is I don't really know, cos I don't buy nappies on price, I buy them on performance! ;)

Now for me having to change a baby a lot less often is a major benefit as it means a happy baby that sleeps all night. And yes we will wait til he has woken up to change him 12 hours later and his skin will still be dry as the Huggies nappies keep him dry all night, amazing as it seems.

Maybe if I hadn't bought condoms on price we wouldn't even be having this conversation!!!*





*=I am of course joking our gorgeous son was planned! :D

alera
I would rather the baby was comfortable dry and rash free than sat round in overfilled soiled nappies but maybe thats just me ! Personally saving a few pence a day on nappies is not my priority.

She never crys because she need changing, the nappies never leak and never she gets a rash so thats good enough for me, we tried Huggies first actually and they did leak, didnt fit as well and seemed less comfortable round the fastening area on the waist for the baby.

Huggies cost less than Pampers usually especially when buying from supermarkets so its obviously not cost based.

In theory (or according to the makers) nappies that only have unrine are good for 12 hours but does anyone really only change there baby every 12 hours ?

At the end of the day its down to personal preference and budget but most parents I talk to seem to think that Pampers are the best quality vs Huggies own brand etc.


#29
Emeye
We've found with out liitle boy, now 3 months old, that these Pampers are nowhere near as good as the equivalent Huggies. These cheap Pampers fill up and leak very quickly. The Huggies never leak. Makes me wonder if this is why the Pampers are so cheap. Just a thought. :)


I found Huggies quite bad for leaks with 2 of my children, got sick of seeing the crystal things all over their bums, may have improved now, but not had problems with pampers so our newest addition gets these.

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