Tommee Tippee closer to nature bottles 2x 260ml for £2! @ Sainsburys - HotUKDeals
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East Kilbride town centre branch has quite a few baby things for sale including the bottles, CTN dummies and teething rings.

Closer to nature bottles (2 pack) for £2 reduced from £7.99.

I also picked up the closer to nature anti-colic bottles similar to Dr Brown bottles for £2.75 reduced from £10.99 (rrp on http://www.tommeetippee.co.uk/department/closer_to_nature/bottle_feeding/ is £12.25).

All packs were 260ml size and 2 in each. An excellent bargain! East Kilbride Kingsgate didn't have the bottles reduced but had a few baby items in the sale including the dummies.

Not sure if nation wide. Thanks!
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#1
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#2
Good if it is nationwide. Still £10.99 on the website for the anti colic bottles.
#3
These bottles leaked for us! £4 each and they are the worst Ive tried.
The best Ive tried and the littleun still uses are the 3 for £5 asda bottles.
#4
Most 'Sale' lines are usually discontinued and automatically reduced to clear quickly if selling slowly, but sadly actioned on a store-by-store basis depending on their status and stock level. *breathes*
#5
wasted journey early morning, still scans at £10.99 in my local store. good luck anyway !
#6
These were not on offer at my local Poole branch.. so many other bargains to be had tho :)
Eyeore non spill cup was £3.29 now 89p

Hair dye's reduced to £1.50 and £2
#7
Will check out my local later, thanks :)
#8
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These bottles leaked for us! £4 each and they are the worst Ive tried.
The best Ive tried and the littleun still uses are the 3 for £5 asda bottles.


Ours leaked too. The rubber pulls away from the plastic cap when pressed. Thought we must have just been unlucky. Have not had any problems with the alternatives we have tried (two from Mothercare and two from B&M).

This may be a good price for the product (I can't remember how much we paid) but I would not recommend them personally.
#9
i too found these useless and bought avent ones instead. now im 8 months pregnant i have bought some new avent ones and in £land found the sainsburys anti colic bottles and ordinary bottles which were much dearer to start with. they still have them now in £land. good reviews although not bpa free but at £1 you cant go wrong.
#10
scanning at full price in sainsburys at filton, bristol unfortunately
#11
Bought about a dozen of these for my twins and think they are terrible, leak, cant stand the bottle lids as they just roll around, the lids aint easy to put on and the teats get blocked easily wish I had never bought them!
#12
I have both designs and have not had any problems with leaking etc, I'm very happy with them!

Great deal if you can get them :)
#13
I used them for my son and had no problems with leaks at all, imo best bottles i've used.
#14
I got some of these in the Lancaster branch. They also had some tommee tippeee CTN pure soothers reduced to 95p and MAM teething rings to £1.
#15
I liked these.
Need 2 find them nearby 2 cash in on the offer as i paid a lot for them

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