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pampers newborn size 1 72 in a pack £6.00 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)

£6.00 @ Amazon
£6 if u have amazon prime Cheapest I've seen around Hope this helps some new moms :) £4.80 with S&S, don't forget to cancel ms&is after you receive as the price can go up. - pinacolada123
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1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago
£6 if u have amazon prime

Cheapest I've seen around

Hope this helps some new moms :)

£4.80 with S&S, don't forget to cancel ms&is after you receive as the price can go up.
- pinacolada123
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1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago
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Actually £4.80 with subscribe and save!!! Hot hot hit!! Wish the size 5s were as low as this. Great find!
1 Like #2
Also Tesco are doing 2 x (pampers newborn size 1 72) for £12.00 in store and online
#3
Riser
Also Tesco are doing 2 x (pampers newborn size 1 72) for £12.00 in store and online


Thanks I don't have prime so I'll go to Tesco tomo :)
#4
Offers on other sizes too ... Thanks
#5
6£ at Morrisons
#6
New father here. Has anyone used the slightly cheaper Aldi nappies? How do they compare to pampers please?
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skinrush
New father here. Has anyone used the slightly cheaper Aldi nappies? How do they compare to pampers please?


Tried most of them (Boots, Supermarket brands etc) and can't beat pampers in my experience

Edited By: azda81 on Feb 14, 2017 18:39: .
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skinrush
New father here. Has anyone used the slightly cheaper Aldi nappies? How do they compare to pampers please?


​What azda81 said really. We tried Sainsburys, Lidl and Tesco brand but had far less leeks with pampers.
#9
Little angels ain't that bad. Asda brand

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