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Reduced Huggies Pure & Pampers Sensitive Baby Wipes - From 37p @ Boots

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£0.37 @ Boots
Here are a couple of fab reductions i found in-store - Boots Bradford Broadway store. Huggies wipes single packs - 37p They also had - Pampers X4 pack sensitive wipes - £2.38 (didn't buy these, but… Read More
Here are a couple of fab reductions i found in-store - Boots Bradford Broadway store. Huggies wipes single packs - 37p They also had - Pampers X4 pack sensitive wipes - £2.38 (didn't buy these, but…
gemz1269 Avatar1d, 11h agoFound 1 day, 11 hours ago8 Comments
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To be honest I bought them because of the fab price. I don't find i have that problem, but I do think too many come out of the pack at once, they seem to stick together so require seperating. But at least they are thick wipes, some baby wipe brands are awfully thin and dry.However I usually use Aldi mamia sensitive wipes and the mamia pull up nappies, I swear by them both. But everyone has their own preference's.

Mamia are much better and I don't ever end up with turd under my nails like Huggies. Maybe I need to be more gentle.
cactusbrandy
Does anyone else find these wipes are awful and shred as you pull them out? We bought a load of them as they were cheap and regret it immensely when changing a #2.
To be honest I bought them because of the fab price. I don't find i have that problem, but I do think too many come out of the pack at once, they seem to stick together so require seperating. But at least they are thick wipes, some baby wipe brands are awfully thin and dry.
However I usually use Aldi mamia sensitive wipes and the mamia pull up nappies, I swear by them both. But everyone has their own preference's.
Satchmo
sorry you have been so offended. I was only telling others not to have their hopes raised, I did not criticise you for posting the deal. As an ex-employee, I know how these 'reduced stickers' tend to be used.You, are right ' isnt that the point in sharing deals?' Yes, it is. and I was just adding a further bit of information, which I felt would be useful.
No worries, i'm not offended in the slightest, i'm just explaining why i didnt limit the deal to local area. I get your point & there is no harm in a polite reminder that a deal might not be national if you feel it could be interpreted to be as such. However, in this case I dont feel that i suggested anything other than the possibility of the deal's availability in other stores. Imo instore only deals cannot really be confirmed as anything other than store specific until either officially advertised or found in other (preferably multiple) stores. But i personally would still prefer members to post deals without limiting them to local deals category, even if they cannot establish the level of a deals availability. This is because it gives me and other members the oppertuniy to check our locals for ourselves.
I would have missed some amazing deals if people hadn't posted deals they found in their local stores.
No hard feelings anyway. Everyone has a right to their opinions. Beside's we are probably missing some fab deals. :D
cactusbrandy
Does anyone else find these wipes are awful and shred as you pull them out? We bought a load of them as they were cheap and regret it immensely when changing a #2.
No I've never had that problem
Does anyone else find these wipes are awful and shred as you pull them out? We bought a load of them as they were cheap and regret it immensely when changing a #2.
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Pampers All varieties half price in Tesco £4.00 until 29th Aug. 27-54 nappies depending on size.

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Tesco have Pampers nappies on half price from 17th July 2017 till 29th August 2017. It looks like all varieties are reduced including pants, baby dry, active fit and new baby. I picked up… Read More
Tesco have Pampers nappies on half price from 17th July 2017 till 29th August 2017. It looks like all varieties are reduced including pants, baby dry, active fit and new baby. I picked up…
bhavin112 Avatar2d, 1h agoFound 2 days, 1 hour ago8 Comments
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Size 3 works out 8p per nappy on 50 nappies pack size, which is have price.
dreamz
I can't find any size 2 cheaper on amazon
Tesco Size 2 (54 nappies @ 7p) is cheaper than Amazon as they have increased Amazon price above the average price, that's the problem with Amazon Subscribe & Save - the prices are so unreliable that when you'll save one month they take the mickey the following month.
I can't find any size 2 cheaper on amazon
I stocked up on 2 years worth when tesco reduced their cheeky bots monthly packs to £6! I'm so glad I did!
0dd8a11
It's only the cheapest uneconomic packs that are half price which still doesn't bring the price down to Amazon pricing.
I had a look on amazon, looks like some verities work out cheaper, but not all. I bought the size 5 baby dry pants which work out to 11p each from Tesco, amazon works out at about 13p each when you subscribe.
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Pampers new baby micro 1.25kg/2.5lb pack 24 50p at sainsburys colchester town

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£0.50 @ Sainsbury's
I searched hukd couldn't find this deal, but if its duplicate feel free to pull it, seen this in little Sainsbury's local in Colchester town tonight, doubt its national, but good chance its going to b… Read More
I searched hukd couldn't find this deal, but if its duplicate feel free to pull it, seen this in little Sainsbury's local in Colchester town tonight, doubt its national, but good chance its going to b…
Housebrick Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago8 Comments
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Simm0_5
We used these when my daughter was born prem fab price. Lovely to see people are donating these - will check my local
hope you got some,
We used these when my daughter was born prem fab price. Lovely to see people are donating these - will check my local

Edited By: Simm0_5 on Jul 14, 2017 22:32: Jul 14, 2017 22:32
Please buy a pack of these at this price and put in your local foodbank collection box.
Thnx
Found 6 packs out of 3 stores, going to donate to prem baby ward
Were there any left? I would like to purchase them to donate to the neonatal unit for people who really need them!

Edited By: fionad7906 on Jul 13, 2017 12:36: Jul 13, 2017 12:36
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Amazon Pantry Pampers stack - 50% off applied at checkout + £5 off £15 + add 4 eligible items for free delivery e.g. Pampers size 1 - 44 Nappies x 4 (4.5p a nappy) + 32 Pocket Packs of Kleenex (288 tissues) = £8.00 delivered

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Some decent savings to be had on Pampers Nappies, this deal combines three different offers in Amazon pantry. As an example order: - Pampers Premium Protection New Baby Nappies - Size 1, 44 Nap Read More
Some decent savings to be had on Pampers Nappies, this deal combines three different offers in Amazon pantry. As an example order: - Pampers Premium Protection New Baby Nappies - Size 1, 44 Nap
Chanchi32 Avatar2w, 18h agoFound 2 weeks, 18 hours ago55 Comments
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marquis
is the deal still on? I don't get 50% off at checkout.

clarabellecoww
Has 50% expired?

liwaliwa1
I cannot get this to work please help

Looks like it's over, will expire it. cheers
Has 50% expired?
is the deal still on? I don't get 50% off at checkout.
Expecting another sicky baby in October so the tissues will come in very useful :D got 550 nappies in sizes 1, 2 & 3 and the tissues all for £25!! Thanks :D
Thank you. Size 4 baby dry were OOS this morning but are back now! Just stocked up.
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Pampers pants size 3 (26 pack) - £2.50 instore @ Tesco (Bromley)

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Pampers pants size 3, 26 in the pack discounted to 2.50£ in Tesco Bromley By Bow. Sizes 4 and bigger 3£ for pack. I think its nationwide. Read More
Pampers pants size 3, 26 in the pack discounted to 2.50£ in Tesco Bromley By Bow. Sizes 4 and bigger 3£ for pack. I think its nationwide.
aggieagg Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago1 Comment
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Thank you got last 2 packs :)
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Seen in asda perry barr
Nice - They have deals on a few of the pampers - for example, online they are showing size 3s at £4 for 50 as well...
linhang90
National?
Same price online and at my local store
National?
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Pampers Size 3 Premium Protection nappies at Boots 7p each x 29 nappies (£2.00) plus free size 4 sample and 20p Advantage card points @ Boots

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Real cheap if you buy Pampers. It's the premium version, not the cheaper baby dry ones. http://www.boots.com/pampers-new-baby-nappies-size-3-29-nappies-10103509 Just ordered them online for in-st… Read More
Real cheap if you buy Pampers. It's the premium version, not the cheaper baby dry ones. http://www.boots.com/pampers-new-baby-nappies-size-3-29-nappies-10103509 Just ordered them online for in-st…
A2NYN Avatar3w, 13h agoFound 3 weeks, 13 hours ago11 Comments
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I think they have relisted the same product with a new price of £3.50:

http://www.boots.com/pampers-premium-size-3-29-nappies-5-9kg-with-absorbing-channels-10211662
19DembaBa19
Is it only size 3 what about size 5 is there any offers on 5
I think they have size 5, 5 packs for £25. 35 nappies in each pack. Morrisons have 3 packs for £15. I had order some too and that was all I could find recently. 0.14p a nappy I think.
Is it only size 3 what about size 5 is there any offers on 5
j8ulia
oos

Same. Wish they did an automatic "back-in-stock" notification.
Expiring.
oos
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Asda - Pampers New Baby Size 1 £3.50 (£8 RRP)

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£3.50 @ Asda
Pampers New Baby Size 1 Essential Pack on Asda for £3.50. RRP £8. Cheapest price I've seen! Seems to be available both online and in-store. Size 2 and 3 also on offer at £4. Read More
Pampers New Baby Size 1 Essential Pack on Asda for £3.50. RRP £8. Cheapest price I've seen! Seems to be available both online and in-store. Size 2 and 3 also on offer at £4.
karensmith66 Avatar3w, 3d agoFound 3 weeks, 3 days ago6 Comments
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Thanks got some size 2 for £4
We have just had our first and have tried several brands (morrisons, aldi, Lidl and pampers).

They have all been fine but I would say that for value for money get the aldi ones. They are just as good as the pampers but a fraction of the cost.

Lidl ones were OK but did not have the wetness indicator like all the others.

Morrisons ones were also good but cost more than Aldi and Lidl.

They go through so many the amount you save by using a supermarket own brand is huge. With no noticeable difference in performance (in fact the aldi ones are generally rated the best) I would definatley use the cheaper ones.

This is a good price if you want pampers though.
Who111112
Found the Asda brand ones pretty good and much cheaper than pampers.. Any others thoughts?


People rave about the Aldi ones. Personally I only like pampers. Have tried these others but not liked the feel or quality so always gone straight back to pampers baby dry.
Found the Asda brand ones pretty good and much cheaper than pampers.. Any others thoughts?
Great, just stocked-up for October baby - thanks for posting :)
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Pampers baby dry size 6 nappies was £3 now 30p @ tesco instore (inglby barwick, north east)

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£0.30 @ Tesco
This might be local instore deal, but worth having a look in your local store Read More
This might be local instore deal, but worth having a look in your local store
sexysi Avatar3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago6 Comments
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That’s cheap heat
Has anyone else found these?? Yellow sticker suggests store specific
I can't believe this price :p
Oops forgot to put it in description, ingleby barwick, north east
Bargain!!! :)
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Pampers wipes 12 packets for £7.00 instore / online @ Asda.

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I saw this offer yesterday. I think it's a good price. 12 packets for £7 that's 58p each Read More
I saw this offer yesterday. I think it's a good price. 12 packets for £7 that's 58p each
magditaz Avatar3w, 6d agoFound 3 weeks, 6 days agoAdd Comment
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Nivea Soft Intensive Moisturising Cream 75ml £1.00 @ Home Bargains

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£1.00 @ Home Bargains
Always works well for me. Use as hand cream and it certainly soothes my dry hands. Great travel size too! Made in Spain (if that matters).. HTH someone. Read More
Always works well for me. Use as hand cream and it certainly soothes my dry hands. Great travel size too! Made in Spain (if that matters).. HTH someone.
prudenza Avatar1m, 3d agoFound 1 month, 3 days ago2 Comments
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Probably only available INSTORE as not listed on their website?
These are usually £1 in Poundland too if that helps anyone
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Pampers Sensitive Baby Wipes - Pack of 18 (Total 1008 Wipes) - £10.05 Prime or £8.93 with 15% S&S @ Amazon

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Price dropped back down again, think this is as low as they go. Great discount especially if you subscribe & save Product Description Every one-of-a-kind baby deserves gentle cleaning, which is w… Read More
Price dropped back down again, think this is as low as they go. Great discount especially if you subscribe & save Product Description Every one-of-a-kind baby deserves gentle cleaning, which is w…
bloooo Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago6 Comments
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tomwilliams86
can i cancel s/s when i place the order???


Cancel it when you receive the order. Don't cancel it before hand as this may cancel the whole order :/
can i cancel s/s when i place the order???
ukebuyer007
Raggo_84
No idea how but it came to £6.97 for me oO thanks op :P


there was an additional voucher you must have collected before which has been applied. had the same thing happen


Thank you. Must have been as I noticed it said promotion - £3.00 or something.
Raggo_84
No idea how but it came to £6.97 for me oO thanks op :P


there was an additional voucher you must have collected before which has been applied. had the same thing happen
No idea how but it came to £6.97 for me oO thanks op :P
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Pampers size 2 86 jumbo pack £6.29 per box (MIN order 2 boxes total £12.58 ) Costco

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£12.58 @ costco
COSTCO deal so not everyone may be able to access it. Good for members though. Must order a minimum of 2 boxes at a time. Total of £172 nappies Free delivery. They were selling the boxes indivi… Read More
COSTCO deal so not everyone may be able to access it. Good for members though. Must order a minimum of 2 boxes at a time. Total of £172 nappies Free delivery. They were selling the boxes indivi…
ruthbear Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago2 Comments
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8p/nappy - same price on Amazon with S&S
Great price :)
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Pampers (2x54 for size 2); 2 for £10 plus PYO 20% off at Waitrose = 7.4p / nappy £8.00

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A double-up deal from Waitrose on their Pampers nappies. They are offering 2 for £10 (as are a number of retailers at present). However, you can combine with their PYO offers and get a further 20% Read More
A double-up deal from Waitrose on their Pampers nappies. They are offering 2 for £10 (as are a number of retailers at present). However, you can combine with their PYO offers and get a further 20%
robertoegg Avatar2m, 6d agoFound 2 months, 6 days ago3 Comments
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Seems to be only sizes 2 & 3 that have both a multibuy offer and PYO. Looks like a good price if you need these sizes.
Two things on this...
It is possible to get this price at ASDA without faffing around with PYO Offers: https://groceries.asda.com/product/pampers-newborn-size-0-1-2/pampers-premium-protection-new-baby-size-2-essential-pack-nappies/910003013718
However, my experience of PYO Offers is that they don't calculate the discount as you show. I'd recommend checking your receipt because I think they give you 20% off before the multibuy is applied, which would be:

2 x packs full price = 2 x £8 = £16
PYO 20% of that total = £3.20
Multibuy price = £10
Final price with PYO = £10 - £3.20 = £6.80


Now £6.80 would be a very good price for this, beating even Amazon Subscribe and Save!
Do the over-nighters hate babies? Or Waitrose? :D

Shame other parents might not see this deal because of the cold voters....
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***Pampers size 6 easy up pants 76 pack £7.60 S&S @ Amazon***

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£7.60 @ Amazon
It's £9.50 if you don't subscribe and save. When you subscribe once you receive your delivery you can cancel at any time with no extra charges. Prime member only. 10p per nappy!!!! Other sizes availab… Read More
It's £9.50 if you don't subscribe and save. When you subscribe once you receive your delivery you can cancel at any time with no extra charges. Prime member only. 10p per nappy!!!! Other sizes availab…
__shopperrr__ Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago4 Comments
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Great thanks!
Thanks, great price.
i get these all the time for my sister with my subscribe and save.still hot tho 8)
Amazon Family only.
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Pampers Nappies- Buy 1 get 1 free cheapest product Free! From £8.00 per pack @ Tesco (instore and online)

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£8.00 @ Tesco
Tesco have Pampers nappies on as buy one get 1 free (cheapest product free)! Read More
Tesco have Pampers nappies on as buy one get 1 free (cheapest product free)!
nadyya73 Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago2 Comments
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does anyone know why pampers active fit size 4+ isn't available anywhere
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Spa day from £35.00 for 1 or £65 for 2 at 18 locations includes 2 x 25 minute treatments & access to pool, hot tub, steam room etc at Village Spa @ Living Social

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£35.00 @ LivingSocial
Spa day for 1 including choice of 2 x 25 minute treatments plus use of all facilities such as steam room, pool, hot tub, gym and sauna from £35 or 2 people from £65 at Village Spa when you book throug… Read More
Spa day for 1 including choice of 2 x 25 minute treatments plus use of all facilities such as steam room, pool, hot tub, gym and sauna from £35 or 2 people from £65 at Village Spa when you book throug…
emribena Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks agoAdd Comment
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pampers nappy pants £2.00 @ boots also bogof

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Pampers nappy pants size 4, 32 pack in clearance section at boots.. Lifted 6 packs and they scanned at buy one get one free, paid £6 for 6 packs .. So works out at just over 3p per nappy Read More
Pampers nappy pants size 4, 32 pack in clearance section at boots.. Lifted 6 packs and they scanned at buy one get one free, paid £6 for 6 packs .. So works out at just over 3p per nappy
christineconway125 Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago7 Comments
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Shame that it's a local deal only
good find op, heat added
eliscip
Which boots please?


Craigavon.. Was a couple of days ago now
R1992
Proper saving money today you are! Lucky :)


Haha I know.. Love it
eliscip
Which boots please?

The boots with none left!
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pampers nappies all sizes GIGA PACK £10.00 - Asda

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Giga packs 108 size 5 of nappies all sizes available £10 in store and online at ASDA Size 4 120 nappies Size 4+ 112 nappies Size 3 136 nappies Read More
Giga packs 108 size 5 of nappies all sizes available £10 in store and online at ASDA Size 4 120 nappies Size 4+ 112 nappies Size 3 136 nappies
buzymum Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago1 Comment
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These went down to £5 in my ex netto this morning - all sizes :)
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Pampers Sensitive Unscented Baby Wipes 12×56 = 672 Wipes £7.00 @ ASDA In-store & Online

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A great offer if you need baby wipes, usually £10 or more for a box. I hope this offer helps someone as it's helped me Read More
A great offer if you need baby wipes, usually £10 or more for a box. I hope this offer helps someone as it's helped me
Androider86 Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago11 Comments
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1008 Pampers wipes for £12 from Ocado but they sent me a 50% off sale voucher valid on certain items which includes these wipes. So paid £6 a box of 18 packs. If you have an Ocado account, check if you got the same email with 50% off sale.
I only wanted 670 oh well :(
what is the point going on about Mamia on pampers post?
different brand, different quality, if wanted mamia would have bought it!
Good price for Pampers wipes, have some heat.

As mentioned the Mamia ones from Aldi are good and even cheaper. £5.99 for 12x64 (768) https://www.aldi.co.uk/mamia-sensitive-baby-wipes/p/063558006579800
jjmmww1
Is an 18 pack still £8.72 on Amazon with 15% s&s?
Asda price is equivalent to £10.50 for 18 packs. Amazon charge £15.80 for a box of 18. With Subscribe & Save this reduces to £15.01, or £13.43 for multiple purchases.

Amazon Pantry charge the same as Asda for packs of 12 but they have delivery charges and minimum order sizes.
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Pampers Baby Dry Nappies 76 Jumbo Pack Size 4+ £4.99 @ B&M Instore

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Pampers Baby Dry Nappies 76 Jumbo Pack Size 4+ NOW £4.99 = £0.065p per nappy WAS £8.99 Product Code: 324324 Also available in the following quantity/size: - Pampers Baby Dry Nappies 72 Jumbo Pack Si… Read More
Pampers Baby Dry Nappies 76 Jumbo Pack Size 4+ NOW £4.99 = £0.065p per nappy WAS £8.99 Product Code: 324324 Also available in the following quantity/size: - Pampers Baby Dry Nappies 72 Jumbo Pack Si…
devil109 Avatar3m, 2d agoFound 3 months, 2 days ago6 Comments
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none in my local store
I checked my local. No luck. A bargain nevertheless ;)
gul89
its in all stor


Except the Aberdeen store
still prefer the aldi ones to these
its in all stor
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Pampers Premium Protection jumbo pack size 3/4 £5.00 @ Morrisons - Scarborough

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Jumbo packs of Pampers Premium Protection size 3 and 4 only £5 at Morrisons Scarborough (Seamer). At the back of the shop in "reduced to clear". Could be national? Size 3 are 66 packs and size 4 are Read More
Jumbo packs of Pampers Premium Protection size 3 and 4 only £5 at Morrisons Scarborough (Seamer). At the back of the shop in "reduced to clear". Could be national? Size 3 are 66 packs and size 4 are
mod_mart Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago1 Comment
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Also available in Morecambe. They've changed what pampers they stock and have rebranded their own label as 'nutmeg '
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Pampers active fit nappies £2.00 instore @ Boots

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Pampers active fit nappies in my local Boots just £2 a pack! Sizes 4, 4+ and 5 Read More
Pampers active fit nappies in my local Boots just £2 a pack! Sizes 4, 4+ and 5
26jayne26 Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago8 Comments
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Saw these in my local, only 80p
I saw this but it was only for the carry pack size - £2.50 for 24 size 4


Edited By: yas212 on Apr 08, 2017 18:29
Seen at Bradford stores for £2.50
My local (Kirkcaldy) were £2.50 lots ranging from size 3 upwards
26jayne26
dealwatcher55
And your local being where?
Stone staffordshire (sorry first time posting


Thank you for reply.
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Amazon ? Price error Pampers Natural Clean Baby Wipes - Pack of 12 (768 Wipes) £3.70 delivered

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Possible price error? Brilliant price! Sold by third party seller. Read More
Possible price error? Brilliant price! Sold by third party seller.
DrJayDee86 Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago4 Comments
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Indeed sorry folks it's gone. Hope someone else managed to get it!
Not seeing that price either.
Not seeing that price.
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LEGO Friends Puppy Pampering 41302 £2.00 @ Smyths (Instore Only)

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LEGO Friends Puppy Pampering 41302 £2 @Smyths (Instore + Online) Others are available in this post Read More
LEGO Friends Puppy Pampering 41302 £2 @Smyths (Instore + Online) Others are available in this post
funkeymunkey Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago7 Comments
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stockieman
That are for a children's party for gifts eg pass the parcel etc
That sounds great :), glad to know that they wont be sold on Flebay


Oh no they certainly won't be on flebay! I suspect if someone wanted to resell them then they would have bought the whole shelf full and not left most boxes for other buyers. I really appreciate you posting the first post on this as it's helped me out a lot .
stockieman
That are for a children's party for gifts eg pass the parcel etc
That sounds great :), glad to know that they wont be sold on Flebay
That are for a children's party for gifts eg pass the parcel etc
stockieman
Thank you - bought 4 today at Bradford Forster Square store - plenty left on shelf
Are they for friends and family?, or to resell?
so cheap, so many good lego deals!
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Pampers Baby Dry Nappies Jumbo Packs 2 for £16.00 @ Asda

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Jumbo pack Pampers at ASDA. Have seen this priced at 18 but these are reduced to 16 as part of Stock up event Read More
Jumbo pack Pampers at ASDA. Have seen this priced at 18 but these are reduced to 16 as part of Stock up event
ashro3 Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago8 Comments
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Giga packs are cheaper
firstofficer
Asda own brand of diapers are much better and cheaper..

For that reason only, I'm voting this cold..

Thanks for posting anyway, and don't let this out you off..

With kindest regards


I've been using Asda own brand for a good few years but they have recently changed it and the missus says it's thinner than before, they also don't do 3 for £10 anymore so I might have to give these a try
Asda own brand of diapers are much better and cheaper..

For that reason only, I'm voting this cold..

Thanks for posting anyway, and don't let this out you off..

With kindest regards
Love these diapers. We have tried others and Pampers are the only ones that my daughter did not leak out of. We have had zero blowouts since buying these period which is amazing.
fireman1
AnnaMak
Amazon is cheaper for size 5
Yes but Amazon supply you with cheap inferior rubbish.

Say what now? Please explain...
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Pampers baby dry pants essential packs bogof (2 for £8.00) @ tesco

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Pampers baby dry pants essential packs bogof so that is 2 packs for £8.00 until 9/4/17 @ tesco. Size 3: 2 x 44 pack is 9.09p per nappy Size 4: 2 x 40 pack is 10p per nappy Size 5: 2 x 36 pack is 1… Read More
Pampers baby dry pants essential packs bogof so that is 2 packs for £8.00 until 9/4/17 @ tesco. Size 3: 2 x 44 pack is 9.09p per nappy Size 4: 2 x 40 pack is 10p per nappy Size 5: 2 x 36 pack is 1…
toffeefudge Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago6 Comments
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SomebodE
Same price per nappy for size 5 as on Amazon when using Amazon Family

My wife keep saying that Amazon bulk boxes quality of pampers differs from standard small packs. They are smaller and not as soft. I have not a clue but I trust her. This is good deal from Tesco - better than recent boots 2 for £10 and 5 for £25.

I would agree with her. I got Amazon ones a couple of years ago and they were rubbish compared to the exact same shop bought ones.
i always use Bumdeal to compare the prices. its very useful.
SomebodE
Same price per nappy for size 5 as on Amazon when using Amazon Family

My wife keep saying that Amazon bulk boxes quality of pampers differs from standard small packs. They are smaller and not as soft. I have not a clue but I trust her. This is good deal from Tesco - better than recent boots 2 for £10 and 5 for £25.
Does. Bumdeal include amazon s&s?
Use the bumdeal app to compare prices for all sizes and brands, it has saved me so much money already!
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Pampers nappies & pants £8 each or 5 for £25.00 plus £2.50 back in parenting club points sizes newborn - 6+ price breakdown in post @ Boots online offer only

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Online only at Boots, selected packs of Pampers nappies and pants are £8 a pack or 5 packs for £25. If you are in the Boots Parenting club, you get £2.50 back in points (10 x points on baby items) and… Read More
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Amazon subscribe £12.98 for 174 size 4
I can't find these? these would be an excellent price! can you post link please?
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pampers-Baby-Dry-Nappies-Monthly-Saving-x/dp/B00AR9HX3G/ref=sr_1_1?s=baby&ie=UTF8&qid=1493420292&sr=1-1&keywords=pampers+size+5
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Amazon subscribe £12.98 for 174 size 4


I can't find these? these would be an excellent price! can you post link please?
Amazon subscribe £12.98 for 174 size 4
Costco cheapest
Amazon works out bit cheaper with subscribe and save. I pay £12.02 for 124 size 6 nappies less that 10p (9.69ppn). I also get 64 size 6+ for £6.82. So 10.65ppn.

Yes u need prime. But if u already have that it's cheaper.
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pampers bogof at Tesco for a week on essential packs - 2 for £8.00

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Pampers nappies on BOGOF at Tesco. Ends 28th March. Valid on essentials packs priced at £8 each so you get 2 packs for £8 Size 3 - 50 nappies per pack so 100 for £8 - 8p per nappy Size 4 - 44 na… Read More
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Pampers aren't my favourite brand but I have money off vouchers so might as well use them with this deal!
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There's size 7? Never knew! Heat added
The nappies must be getting smaller and smaller to make way for the "new" sizes. My 18 month old is in size 4 pampers (soon in size 5)and I remember 6 years ago my son weighed more and he was in size 3 so clearly they are shrinking :|
Wow, my twins are average for their age and grew out of size 3 at 6 months!! Though this is for all nappy brands so unless they're all following suit..
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Cheaper on Amazon subscribe and save. For example size 5 is 9p per nappy vs 10.25p at Tesco. (If you have Prime)
And prime is £80 which makes this a better deal


I suppose it also depends on volumes. If for example you buy around 8000 size 5 nappies then you'll have saved your prime membership.
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ec9wrr
Cheaper on Amazon subscribe and save. For example size 5 is 9p per nappy vs 10.25p at Tesco. (If you have Prime)
And prime is £80 which makes this a better deal


Prime is free for 30 days.
ec9wrr
Cheaper on Amazon subscribe and save. For example size 5 is 9p per nappy vs 10.25p at Tesco. (If you have Prime)
And prime is £80 which makes this a better deal
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Free delivery no minimum spend all weekend eg Mother's Day gift bag 79p delivered, Eden Pamper set £3.50 delivered using code @ The Works

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deal over now
No minimum spend.
Spend as much as you like .
:):):):)
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groovychick
The gift bag is out of stock :(
Oh no! Few more here if you need GIFTBAGS

Brilliant, Thanks for your help
groovychick
The gift bag is out of stock :(
Oh no! Few more here if you need GIFTBAGS
The gift bag is out of stock :(
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Pampers New Baby Size 1 nappies pack of 72 (prime only) - £4.80

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Prime S&S price is £4.80 which works out 6.66 pence/nappy. Otherwise £6 for pack. Read More
Prime S&S price is £4.80 which works out 6.66 pence/nappy. Otherwise £6 for pack.
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Is this cheap?
fairly though not as cheap as aldi size 1 (5p each)
Chinese rubbish
All nappies are ok at the mo. The other day it was £24 odd a box on average (Around 12p a nappy) and now they are about 9p a nappy and around £14-15 with S&S.
Seems to be £12.80 now..
Seems better than the Ocado offer to me... 72 nappies for £4.80 on Amazon, or 88 nappies for £8 on Ocado. Thanks for posting loofer, I've ordered a couple of packs for my newborn.
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Pampers Size 2 Nappies - premium protection new baby sensitive 27 pack instore at Tesco for £1.96

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Pampers Size 2 Nappies premium protection new baby sensitive 27 per pack 7.3p each £1.96 a pack Might be national this was tesco culver house cross
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2 For £20.00 On Selected Pampers Jumbo Packs at boots

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This offer is on the big Jumbo Packs of Pampers Baby Dry, and includes sizes 3, 4, 4+, 5 and 6. The amount of nappies per pack depends on the size, so varies from 64 to 100. Size 3 - 100 nappies per… Read More
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Giga packs in Costco 2 for £21.98 (e.g. 108 in size 5) and using the £10 off code MEMBER2017 makes them £11.98 for 2 packs.
Great deal. Especially i have double points coupon too. I know about Asda but I can collect more points/money on this deal than asda's one
You get advantage card points at boots though
2 for £18 at asda and tesco all day everyday X)
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Pampers Bed Mats pack of 7 x 3 (21 mats) £5.71 subscribe & save or £6.72 with Prime (Prime Exclusive)

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I spend a fortune on these usually. You can get basic ones at a good price but much prefer these as the sticky wings ensure they stay in place. Sorry not sure how much delivery is if non-Prime Read More
I spend a fortune on these usually. You can get basic ones at a good price but much prefer these as the sticky wings ensure they stay in place. Sorry not sure how much delivery is if non-Prime
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Just gem. I've started to use ones that they sell in Iceland. They are £1.99 for 30 mats plus I use them as changing mats for my baby when I'm out and about.

http://groceries.iceland.co.uk/sanaset-bed-mats-x30/p/63533

Thanks-we(e) will look at these.
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Just gem. I've started to use ones that they sell in Iceland. They are £1.99 for 30 mats plus I use them as changing mats for my baby when I'm out and about. http://groceries.iceland.co.uk/sanaset-bed-mats-x30/p/63533
I just came on here to mention these! I used these for my little boy for bed wetting when he was toilet training. They are super cheap! They have actually changed the price, as when I brought them they was 3.99 for 30 but still was very cheap. At 1.99 for 30 that's even better. These mats soaked it up super quick so he wasn't soaked all over in wee. I definitely recommend them!
Just gem. I've started to use ones that they sell in Iceland. They are £1.99 for 30 mats plus I use them as changing mats for my baby when I'm out and about.

http://groceries.iceland.co.uk/sanaset-bed-mats-x30/p/63533
great price op. not sure if it's something you'd consider but I use these washable mats for my little one. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Washable-Bed-Protector-Pad-Tucks/dp/B008645BP6 Not the prettiest things but they hold up to 3 litres of water can be washed 300 times if I remember correctly and have always protected the bed from any accidents included when they had a sickness bug! can't recommend then enough
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Pampers Nappy Guide

If it wasn’t for the development of the Pampers modern disposable nappy, babies and toddlers would still be crawling and playing in reusable cloth nappies - as any parent or guardian who’s out and about will agree, these are not something you want to carry home after a mess happens. The relief of having a Pampers on hand means babies don’t have to feel uncomfortable and suffer from skin irritations due to a messy nappy.

When you're trying to decide which nappies are right for your baby, it’s obvious that you’ll have to think about things like your baby’s age, weight, and any skin allergies. But you also need to consider things like different brands, costs, and convenience. Big brands like Pampers and Huggies offer a range of nappies to suit the needs of different ages and are always making them better in terms of skin sensitivity, absorbency, and flexibility.

Pampers buyers guide

This complete buyer's guide to Pampers will explain everything you could ever want to know about this iconic brand of nappies. Starting with the history and development of the modern disposable nappy, this article will get to the bottom of different versions of Pampers nappies to suit your child’s stage of development, any special features to look out for, a side-by-side look at Pampers versus other well-known brands. There will also be comparisons between Pampers disposable nappies versus reusable cloth nappies, and the general pros and cons of Pampers. We will also answer some pressing questions you may have about nappies, such as whether they expire or not, how to prevent and treat nappy rash and where you can buy discount Pampers online.

History and Development of the Nappy

Active fit pampersAlthough nappies have been used for centuries, they were originally called diapers, as this was the word for their geometric shape and white cotton fabric. Later, people in Britain started calling them nappies - this term continues to be used in the UK and in some other countries colonised by the British after the word “nappy” was adopted. People in countries colonised before the word was changed still use the term “diaper”, which is why you’ll still hear them being called diapers in the USA and Canada.

Babies wore a cloth nappy up until the disposable nappy was invented. It was made up of a soft fabric on the outside, usually with the same terry towelling material you’ll find on a bath towel and robe. The inside had a softer and even more absorbent lining made from quality muslin. Because cloth nappies had fabric on the inside and outside, they were prone to leaking. That’s when people started to put rubber pants over the nappy, but discontinued this practice after concerns about poor air circulation and skin damage. Yet doctors couldn’t prove the rubber pants were a cause for skin irritations, because babies could also develop these problems if their nappies weren’t changed often enough.

Disposable nappies started popping up in the first half of the 20th century, but the paper tissue interior was not kind to a baby’s sensitive skin and wouldn’t stay in place when the inside became sweaty or wet. Many inventive women continued to improve the design of the disposable nappy, knowing that mothers wanted a stress-free solution that would allow them to take their baby out with them without the worry of returning home with a dirty cloth nappy and then having to wash it. The most noteworthy improvement came in the 1950s, when an adjustable nappy made from waterproof plastic and a disposable cotton wool pad on the inside prompted major manufacturers like Johnson & Johnson, Playtex and Procter & Gamble to invest in the research and development of disposable nappies. The latter company then began mass marketing their invention and called it Pampers.

With constant improvements to designs, Pampers have produced many different types of disposable nappy for different needs of each individual child, which will be explained in the next section. Gone are the bulky, tight fitting nappies that restricted a baby’s movements and in their place are the flexible, more absorbent designs we see today. The price has also dropped thanks to cost-effective manufacturing techniques and a high level of competition, making nappies more and more affordable as time goes on.

Pampers Nappy Line Up

Pampers offer several different kinds of nappies, toilet training pants, and swim pants in eleven sizes, with sizes offered dependent on the design and features of the nappy.

Pampers Premium Protection New Baby is a high-end product with lots of built-in comfort and protection features like a special Absorb-Away layer that draws wetness away from the baby’s skin to keep their bottom dry and a handy Wetness Indicator to let you know when it’s time for a nappy change.

New Baby Pampers Premium Protection

  • New Baby Sensitive has all the same features of the Premium Protection New Baby nappy, but with up to 50% more skincare ingredients to make them dermatologically kinder to babies with delicate skin.
  • Pampers Baby Dry unisex nappies contain an Extra Sleep-Layer that makes them suitable for bedtime use. This additional layer of protection pulls wetness away from the skin and locks it away for up to 12 hours so that your child doesn’t get disturbed during the night with skin irritations or a wet bed.
  • Pampers Baby Dry Pants provide identical dry protection as the nappy version except that their pull up and tear away design gives toddlers more freedom to walk around when they get up in the morning.
  • Pampers Simply Dry nappies are an affordable option if you just want to keep your new bub fresh and dry without having to spend a lot on extra features like cute exterior designs and skincare ingredients.
  • Pampers Active Fit (also known as Cruisers in the US) are a unisex nappy designed with a three-way fit around the waist, legs, and bottom to give active babies the freedom to explore the world around them. The Dry Max core lets your child play non-stop for up to 12 hours without feeling wet.

Pampers Active Fit

Pampers Splashers Disposable Swim Pants mean you can play with your toddler in the pool or at the beach and not worry about a drenched nappy, thanks to their double-leg cuff leak protection, swell resistant material and super stretchy sides for a snug fit.

Underjams pyjama pants for boys and girls are made with gentle yet super absorbent materials, and have fun printed designs on them to look and feel like regular underpants. They even come with a low-fitting waist to stop them showing above the waistline of pyjama bottoms, all designed to prevent any embarrassment at home or at a slumber party.

How do Pampers compare to Huggies and Other Brands?

Procter & Gamble’s main brand rivals in the nappy industry are Kimberly-Clark, the makers of Huggies. While Pampers holds the majority of market share, Huggies is a close second, with Japanese brand KAO making up the top three. Other nappy brands, mostly Asian, hold much lower market shares and smaller product lines.

Both Pampers and Huggies produce a variety of nappies for babies from newborn to seven years old. Both also include features like a protective water absorption layer to hold water away from the skin and a wetness indicator for when the nappy is ready to be changed. The differences between the two come down to experience rather than quality. Many reviews and user tests show that it comes down to how they feel the nappies can absorb water and stay fastened in place, with many people demonstrating a preference for Pampers over Huggies.

Are Pampers or Cloth Nappies Better?

Baby dry pantsIt’s not a case of whether disposable nappies are better or worse than cloth nappies; it’s really more about the convenience, cost, and how you feel about throwing away used nappies compared to washing soiled cloth nappies. The total cost of cloth nappies is basically the time, water, and washing detergent you spend washing them, whereas disposable nappies can be expensive, even for a massive bulk pack. As for convenience, there’s no doubt that it’s much easier to toss away a used nappy than it is to wash and wait for a cloth one to dry.

An important thing you may want to consider in the choice between cloth nappies and Pampers is how each product is made. Some toxic chemicals like chlorine are used in the bleaching process of disposable nappies, while added dyes and fragrances may also emit toxic substances. What might help make your mind up between the two is that, for hygiene reasons, there are places where disposable nappies are the only acceptable option such as if you plan on using the services of a day care centre.

How to Choose the Right Nappy for Your Baby

Babies grow very quickly, so you will likely have to change to the next size often. And because babies are born at different weights and nappy manufacturers have their own ideas of sizes, there is no one size fits all solution to nappy sizes. Pampers, however, give the following general weight guidelines to their nappy sizes, with a few slight variations based on the style of the nappy. Use the following list as a useful starting point only:

Pampers New Baby Sensitive, Premium Protection New Baby, Baby Dry, Baby Dry Pants, Simply Dry, and Active Fit unisex nappies:

  • 0 – Micro (for small and premature babies 1 to 2.5 kg)
  • 1 – Newborn (2 to 5 kg)
  • 2 – Mini (3 to 6 kg)
  • 3 – Midi (4 to 7 kg)
  • 3+ – Midi Plus (5 to 10 kg)
  • 4 – Maxi (7 to 18 kg)
  • 4+ – Maxi Plus (9 to 20 kg)
  • 5 – Junior (11 to 25 kg)
  • 5+ – Junior Plus (13 to 27 kg)
  • 6 – Giant (16+ kg)

Baby dry sensitivePampers Underjams pyjama pants for boys and girls:

  • S/M – suitable for children weighing 17 to 29 kg (ages 4 to 7 years old)
  • L/XL - suitable for children weighing 29 to 39 kg (ages 8 to 12 years old)

Pampers Wipes

Pampers manufacture a range of baby wipes for gentle cleaning of your baby’s nappy area during nappy changes. They each have an exclusive Soft Grip Texture for easy and gentle wiping and are accredited by the Skin Health Alliance. The following are some of the products available in the Pampers Wipe range:

  • Pampers Fresh Clean Wipes are made to maintain the skin’s natural pH levels. They have a balanced wetness and perfume scent to add a light freshness to your baby’s skin.
  • Pampers Natural Clean Wipes are the fragrance-free version of Pampers Fresh Clean wipes that are perfect for babies that might have issues with certain scents added to other wipes.
  • Pampers Sensitive Wipes are the 15 % thicker version of Pampers Fresh Clean wipes. Both dermatologically tested and free of perfumes, Pampers Sensitive Wipes are made with natural ingredients like pure water and chamomile to keep skin naturally healthy.
  • Kandoo Flushable Toilet Wipes are perfect for the toilet training stage of a child’s development. They teach young kids how to properly wipe their bottom with a hygienic, compact wipe they can flush themselves. They are made with a biodegradable material that’s good for nature and won’t harm the skin.

How to Treat and Prevent Nappy Rashes

Nappy rash is typically the result of a soiled nappy that hasn’t been changed for a while, too much moisture in the nappy that can’t escape or dry out, or the nappy rubbing and causing friction on the skin. Doctors haven’t found a direct link between a brand of nappy and the likelihood of a baby developing a rash, but if you find that one type tends to produce a rash more than others then you can switch to a different style of Pampers - perhaps one aimed at babies with sensitive skin.

The best way to prevent nappy rash is to make sure you change your baby’s nappy frequently and clean the nappy area well with a fresh wipe. Of course, it’s not always easy to know when a baby needs changing, as checking every five minutes isn’t always convenient. That’s how features like a wetness indicator like the one on Pampers Premium Protection New Baby nappies come in handy.

Pampers Premium Protection New Baby

There is a difference between nappy rash and an allergy to nappies. So if your baby does get a rash or other skin marks from a particular brand of nappy then it could be because of an allergy. Typical substances in nappies that cause an allergic reaction include the dye used to colour the cute patterns on the outside, or a skincare product added to the nappy. Simply switch to one of Pampers’ nappies that doesn’t contain any added colour dyes or extra skincare ingredients.

What’s Good and Bad about Pampers

Pampers disposable nappies have lots of pros and cons for using them. Some of the pros include:

  • Absorbency – Improvements in the materials used in nappies mean they are ultra-absorbent. They can now attract water away from the skin and hold it in place until you get a chance to change the nappy.
  • Fit – Thanks to their use of flexible materials, Pampers can make nappies with adjustable waists and legs to prevent leakage.
  • Style – Different materials mean different types of nappies can be used at different times, such as for toilet training or bedtime use.
  • Easy to dispose of – Simply throw away after use. Nothing could be easier.

Some of the cons are:

  • Expense vs. Cloth Nappies – The average baby will need around 4,000 nappies in their lifetime. This means buying 4,000 nappies for every baby you have. Cloth nappies, on the other hand, simply need to be washed and reused.
  • Harmful to the environment – Although there isn’t a hot debate over their environmental impact, disposable nappies take a long time to biodegrade. And with 4,000 nappies per baby, this means mountains of nappies are sitting in a landfill for a long time, not to mention the amount of resources spent on their manufacture. You could argue that washing cloth nappies wastes a lot of water, but this is no longer the case when using modern, water-efficient washing machines.

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Can Pampers Nappies Expire?

Pampers, like many other nappy manufacturers, don’t typically print a use-by date on their product packs. That doesn’t necessarily mean that nappies don’t expire. Nappies made with skincare ingredients are likely to expire after approximately two years, even if stored in a cool, dry, dark environment as recommended. After they expire, they won’t be able to absorb and hold moisture and urine as well as they could when recently manufactured.

When not stored properly, keeping them in a hot cupboard or next to a window, for example, can make the nappies change colour or develop marks inside or outside the nappy. As a result, a nappy that’s been kept for more than two years and looks yellow inside or has faded designs on the outside can still be used if you’re in a bind, but it would be better to use a fresh one.

Pampers Rewards

Pampers run their own customer rewards program because they know parents and caregivers will have to buy mountains of nappies over their baby’s lives. Just like any other customer rewards program, points can be redeemed for gifts and other products. Pampers Rewards don’t ask that you buy their products from partners, which means you can earn points from the unique on-pack code you see when you buy any pack of Pampers nappies and wipes, with extra points on offer if you complete other activities on the Pampers website.

Better for Baby – Pampers

Pampers Coupons, Samples & Special Offers

To help save money on the constant cost of buying nappies, there are many websites offering discount coupons and free samples. You may even be entitled to a small supply of nappies to take home from the hospital after giving birth. Pampers Club social groups differ from Pampers Rewards, in that they are not affiliated with Pampers themselves but do offer rewards for being a part of them, such as discount coupons and free gifts. Many of these groups can be found on social media sites and are usually free to join.

However, free samples and Pampers clubs will probably not be able to keep you in constant supply of all the nappies you need. But all is not lost. Many big merchants are selling nappies in bulk, especially online, where huge savings can be found. Amazon offers great deals on its range of Pampers nappies and wipes in the various sizes, including Pampers Splashers Disposable Swim Pants. These are generally only for sale in the US, but are known to be sold out on popular styles and sizes. The Toys R Us online store is another big retailer selling Pampers nappies and wipes.

While there is no best time to buy cheap nappies – as long as babies are born, a need will be there! – you can save money in the long run by stockpiling nappies for future use when you do see a good deal. Make sure you bookmark the special ‘Pampers’ page on HotUKDeals to keep up to date about the best deals on Pampers nappies and wipes.