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Baby sale BOGOF on Pampers, Half price Cow & Gate baby food jars was 65p now 32p, 9 pack Water wipes was £19.99 now £13.32 plus possible £20 off £80 spend & free delivery @ Ocado

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The Amazing baby sale just launched at Ocado. Loads on offer in sections including baby clothing, toys, healthcare, toiletries, feeding and accessories. Plus a possible £20 off a £80 spend plus free d…
The Amazing baby sale just launched at Ocado. Loads on offer in sections including baby clothing, toys, healthcare, toiletries, feeding and accessories. Plus a possible £20 off a £80 spend plus free d…
emribena Avatar3d, 28m agoFound 3 days, 28 minutes ago8 Comments
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Thank you very much OP - you are a star !!
Great deal thanks! Boots have BOGOF on Pampers too but could not find the type i wanted when i popped in to the shop. Used it as an excuse to buy the posh bits i like there too .
I'm an existing customer, managed to get free delivery and £10 off using the app. Loads of codes and deals out there for them but a lot of codes are one time use, tired to share mine but didn't work twice
Showing as 25% off £60 spend on first order for me on the app :)
Use code: VOU9947923

Edited By: abusaleh on Feb 21, 2017 22:27: Code
thanks
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Pampers simply dry nappies £1.49 @ Superdrug

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Pampers size 3,4&5 nappies 32 in size 5 37 in size 4 And size 3 I'm not certain. They weren't yellow stickers, just had £1.49 on the label so could be national Hope this helps!
Pampers size 3,4&5 nappies 32 in size 5 37 in size 4 And size 3 I'm not certain. They weren't yellow stickers, just had £1.49 on the label so could be national Hope this helps!
Jasminechall Avatar6d, 18h agoFound 6 days, 18 hours ago2 Comments
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My 15 years old will be happy
Not national I'm afraid
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pampers newborn size 1 72 in a pack £6.00 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)

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£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
£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
AzaanMommy Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago9 Comments
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Little angels ain't that bad. Asda brand
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.
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: .
New father here. Has anyone used the slightly cheaper Aldi nappies? How do they compare to pampers please?
6£ at Morrisons
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Deluxe Expandable No Kink Garden Hose Pipe, £19.99 Sold by Pampered Gardens and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Cheapest I have ever seen it.
Cheapest I have ever seen it.
redadmiral Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago5 Comments
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If someone really really wants one it should be this one...
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redadmiral
This is allegedly supposed to be better quality after doing some research.
​I had one of these back in the summer. Would definitely keep with the normal type hose. Only positive is that it's more compact.[/quote]
redadmiral
This is allegedly supposed to be better quality after doing some research.


​I had one of these back in the summer. Would definitely keep with the normal type hose. Only positive is that it's more compact.
Thanks, I'll get one for my wife.

She hates kinky stuff.
This is allegedly supposed to be better quality after doing some research.
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Pampers Natural Baby Wipes - 64pack JUST 0.66p!!! @ Tesco

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Every little miracle deserves gentle cleaning, which is why Pampers Natural Clean Baby Wipes are designed to offer a fragrance free gentle cleaning for your baby’s delicate skin. Soft and Strong th…
Every little miracle deserves gentle cleaning, which is why Pampers Natural Clean Baby Wipes are designed to offer a fragrance free gentle cleaning for your baby’s delicate skin. Soft and Strong th…
mrs_a Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago2 Comments
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50p poundland


I checked out their website and says a £1.... http://www.poundland.co.uk/brands/pampers
I guess it's whatever the local deals are
50p poundland
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Sanctuary With Love Mothers Day gift set worth over £40 includes candle and reed diffuser £22.00 @ Boots

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Sanctuary With Love set - being marketed as a Mother's Day gift but the packaging doesn't say Mother's Day and I think would make a great Valentines gift. Contents are worth well over £40 and it is on…
Sanctuary With Love set - being marketed as a Mother's Day gift but the packaging doesn't say Mother's Day and I think would make a great Valentines gift. Contents are worth well over £40 and it is on…
emribena Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day agoAdd Comment
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Pampers New Baby Size 1 Jumbo Pack 72 Nappies- TWO FOR £12.00 at Tesco

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Found this deal online, no other retailer comes close to matching it. Can be bought and delivered using Tesco online and free 30 days deliveries for new customers.
Found this deal online, no other retailer comes close to matching it. Can be bought and delivered using Tesco online and free 30 days deliveries for new customers.
mrmirza Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago3 Comments
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Morrisons have a baby event atm & its £6 a box there aswell
A few of the other sizes in BOGOF are at a decent price, works out under 10p per nappy.
Same price at Asda
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Pampers jumbo pack (74) £5.30 Tesco In-store.

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Local tesco selling these packs for £5.30. End of line perhaps?
Local tesco selling these packs for £5.30. End of line perhaps?
sfaichney85 Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago3 Comments
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South queensferry store.
which tesco was this?
Any size 6's? Barcode would be great
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BOGOF on certain pampers packs instore and online at boots for their baby event

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BOGOF - all sizes as far as I can see, but only the smaller packs. Still a good deal especially for smaller sizes. Also 10 points per £1 for advantage card holders. Valid on essential packs and baby d…
BOGOF - all sizes as far as I can see, but only the smaller packs. Still a good deal especially for smaller sizes. Also 10 points per £1 for advantage card holders. Valid on essential packs and baby d…
Saverrr Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago5 Comments
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Brbruno - aldi mamia is brilliant for sizes 1-3 and cheap as chips! But after size 3 things go downhill for some reason. Sizes 4+ gave my baby hideous nappy rash. Pampers, although overpriced didn't, not even a little. So I buy them because I have to, not because I want to.
I tend to compare those deals with Aldis mamias normal price of 4.8p per nappy and even discounted those are more expensive, as those seem to work out 8p per nappy. Still fair enough if you prefer this brand

http://www.boots.com/pampers-new-baby-nappies-size-3-essential-pack-50-nappies-10103522
Amazon pantry.
tesco was doing bogof on pampers last week

Edited By: IWOOTN on Feb 05, 2017 22:01
Hear!
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Pampers Sensitive Baby Wipes - Pack of 18 (Total 1008 Wipes) £7.97 after using voucher with s&s @ amazon

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the price is £10.50 you get 5% off subscribe and save apply the £2 voucher making it £7.97 for 1008 wipes
the price is £10.50 you get 5% off subscribe and save apply the £2 voucher making it £7.97 for 1008 wipes
brendanhickey Avatar3w, 8h agoFound 3 weeks, 8 hours ago23 Comments
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Add the code and go through checkout. It'll discount it at the end.
A box of ALDI wipes are £5.99 for 768 all day every day making the cost 7.8p per wipe. At £7.97 for 1008 pampers wipes these are 7.9p each ... Aldi wins!
OK, hands up, I use a lot of baby wipes, they are amazing for so much stuff, but please remember they are a type of plastic, they will block the sewers and last for hundreds of years in landfill. Use responsibly :)
£9.97 too gutted. Not sure why the voucher off doesnt work
I'm surprised it went hot. when I last checked this morning it negative 15 :)
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Various Pampers nappies from £1.25 reduced to clear Morrisons

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Various Pampers nappies reduced to clear Morrisons Seen in store in Widnes price from £1.25 for 48 to £2.65 for 62
Various Pampers nappies reduced to clear Morrisons Seen in store in Widnes price from £1.25 for 48 to £2.65 for 62
Seenthisdeal Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago15 Comments
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Yellow stickers are store specific mark downs, just like how they reduce food before it goes out of date
I work for Morrisons. I can confirm anything with a yellow sticker on is NOT national.
Cracking find!
Not national.
Store specific. Ours had safety packs, plates and bowls etc last week but no nappies
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Baby Event at Sainsburys eg Huggies swim pants was £5.20 now £3, Pampers essential packs of nappies were £6 now £4, Johnsons baby wipes 12 pack was £10 now £7 - more in post @ Sainsburys

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Another baby event - Sainsburys this time. Some good deals online and instore. Get deal takes you to baby event homepage and you can choose what you want from there. Johnsons baby wipes 12 pack of
Another baby event - Sainsburys this time. Some good deals online and instore. Get deal takes you to baby event homepage and you can choose what you want from there. Johnsons baby wipes 12 pack of
emribena Avatar3w, 3d agoFound 3 weeks, 3 days ago5 Comments
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Huggies wipes are £2 a box in Morrisons Baby Event
I bought loads of the bepanthen and been using it on my son since birth. He's just turning 20 months and do not need to use anymore. If anyone would like to buy off me willing to see at a good price. Bought for £6. I have 9 unopened tubes. Willing to sell for £3.50. If your in the Manchester area message me
The baby event has been on for over a week as I put the baby clothes out at my store. Possible further reductions??
Thought it was weird the WhatsApp said it was now alive and kicking
Thank you. Excellent deals
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Thanks emribena! :3

Edited By: msmyth on Jan 31, 2017 12:16
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pampers baby dry 5+ £1.79 @ superdrug instore

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pampers baby dry 5+ £1.99 @superdrug in store plus 10% off when u spend over £5 on baby bringing them down to £1.79 per pack. Worth checking your local
pampers baby dry 5+ £1.99 @superdrug in store plus 10% off when u spend over £5 on baby bringing them down to £1.79 per pack. Worth checking your local
christineconway125 Avatar4w, 1d agoFound 4 weeks, 1 day ago9 Comments
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Check your local superdrug as my local one had size 4 and 4+ only. So it varies from store to store.
Bought in craigavon (N Ireland)
What store did you get this in?
Yes I think so
Is it just this size ?
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5 for £20.00 on Pampers Essential Packs at Boots

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Great offer on Pampers at Boots, get 5 packs of nappies or wipes multipacks for only £20. These are the Essential Pack sizes tand they normally sell at £8.00 a pack, you're getting them for just £…
Great offer on Pampers at Boots, get 5 packs of nappies or wipes multipacks for only £20. These are the Essential Pack sizes tand they normally sell at £8.00 a pack, you're getting them for just £…
millarcat Avatar4w, 2d agoFound 4 weeks, 2 days ago5 Comments
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Tesco is the cheapest with the buy one get one free offer. Use the BumDeal app to find the cheapest size nappy in the size and
Brand you need
Bumdeal is a brilliant website, thanks for sharing
Thanks to OP
Boots parenting points make this worthwhile even if the same price and depending on your app/mailshot there are a few good points vouchers out there just now
Tesco is the cheapest with the buy one get one free offer. Use the BumDeal app to find the cheapest size nappy in the size and
Brand you need
same price in most supermarkets for baby events at the moment
Amazon are cheaper
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Pampers Baby-Dry Nappies Monthly Saving Pack - Size 5, Pack of 144 on Amazon (One time purchase £13.33 or Subscribe and save £12.66 with potential 20% off for Amazon Prime members excluding Amazon Student)

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Good deal, other sizes available Size 6 http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/pampers-baby-dry-nappies-monthly-saving-pack-size-6-pack-124-13-48-with-s-s-2598216
Good deal, other sizes available Size 6 http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/pampers-baby-dry-nappies-monthly-saving-pack-size-6-pack-124-13-48-with-s-s-2598216
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pampers nappies 8pence per nappy / ONLY £4.00 per pack @ Sainsbury's

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just found pampers nappies for only £4 for 50 nappies which is 8 pence per nappy! pants / new baby & active fit ones are £5 for 40 nappies which is about a 13 pence per nappy! cheapest I've foun…
just found pampers nappies for only £4 for 50 nappies which is 8 pence per nappy! pants / new baby & active fit ones are £5 for 40 nappies which is about a 13 pence per nappy! cheapest I've foun…
maronite Avatar1m, 2d agoFound 1 month, 2 days ago5 Comments
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Activefit = 10p each at Amazon currently when you buy the bulk 168 packs

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00AFA4DHQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_owNHyb34JMMW9
__shopperrr__
cheaper at asda


Yep. Size 4 work out 9p per nappy at Sainsbury's, 8.4p at Asda
Also sizes would help as the bigger the size you don't get as many
cheaper at asda
I think the quantity would help is it for 10 50 100 200 nappies can't decide on heat until then
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Pamper size 5 nappies 288 for £11.65 / 3.8p each for American Express card users with code @ Amazon £0.04

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Hi, I know this will not be for everyone, however, Amazon are matching quite a lot of the baby and kid events. Size 5 nappies are £13.33 for 144 which is cheap alone, however if you spend £25 or more
Hi, I know this will not be for everyone, however, Amazon are matching quite a lot of the baby and kid events. Size 5 nappies are £13.33 for 144 which is cheap alone, however if you spend £25 or more
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code not working
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Pampers babydry Size 4 (174) for £14.50 via Amazon (Prime Exclusive)

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Pampers monthly pack
Pampers monthly pack
stevemarsbar Avatar1m, 4d agoFound 1 month, 4 days ago4 Comments
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bhunterno1
Has anyone noticed that pampers have started leaking?


​yess :( it's soo awful now.


​Yes we had the same problem. Switched to the asda ones and there perfect, can't fault them.

Edited By: SweeneyUK on Jan 21, 2017 16:01: Mistake
bhunterno1
Has anyone noticed that pampers have started leaking?


​yess :( it's soo awful now.
Has anyone noticed that pampers have started leaking?
Pay as low as £11.60 (£0.07 / each) with Subscribe & Save and Amazon Prime.
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16 pampers size 3 nappies for £1 in Poundworld £1.00

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16 nappies for a £1 is not too shabby, not sure if its national or not
16 nappies for a £1 is not too shabby, not sure if its national or not
angles88 Avatar1m, 4d agoFound 1 month, 4 days ago2 Comments
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I got 9 pampers size 4 for £1
U might wanna put pampers in your title :)
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Pampers nappies giga packs sizes 3, 4, 4+,5 and 6 now £10.00 online and instore @ ASDA

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£10.00 @ Asda
Seems a good deal for giga packs of pampers nappies. Size 3 - 136 nappies (7.4p each) Size 4 - 120 nappies (8.3p each) Size 4+ - 112 nappies (8.9p each) Size 5 - 108 nappies (9.3p each)
Seems a good deal for giga packs of pampers nappies. Size 3 - 136 nappies (7.4p each) Size 4 - 120 nappies (8.3p each) Size 4+ - 112 nappies (8.9p each) Size 5 - 108 nappies (9.3p each)
mrszoster Avatar1m, 4d agoFound 1 month, 4 days ago10 Comments
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Got a couple in store today, thanks OP!
some men have been loading up vans and buying the whole lot in various asda stores around medway, i thought asda had a limit policy. but theres none left
jkojda
hi. what size do you use for 'standard' newborn as I never buy nappies before? :)


​hi id just buy size 1
hi. what size do you use for 'standard' newborn as I never buy nappies before? :)
chelleburgess
I have ordered these with my online shop 3 times now and each time Asda cancels it off the order and doesn't substitute for any equivalent packs ☹️
You can go onto your account and complain! Say it left your baby with no nappies - not good!
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Pampers nappies 72 pack. Two for £12.00 ASDA

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I found Pampers nappies pack deals in local store and may be its nationwide too. Also checked online, its cheaper in ASDA too (£12 for two pack of 72 nappies) all size from 0 to 5 available, diffe…
I found Pampers nappies pack deals in local store and may be its nationwide too. Also checked online, its cheaper in ASDA too (£12 for two pack of 72 nappies) all size from 0 to 5 available, diffe…
nn1in Avatar1m, 5d agoFound 1 month, 5 days ago8 Comments
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Tesco have most pampers sizes on offer too, e.g. 2 x 54 packs for £8 (premium protection size 2). Works out cheaper than Asda.
meiklek
Added heat as this is a good deal, however amazon prime have reduced to £6.00 poss obly to price match and £4.80 if subscribe and save


​can you please share the link
True but its about choice and comfort and suitability for baby (rashes etc).
This 8.3p per nappy is still considerably more than supermarket alternatives (which we've found to be better).

Sainsbury's size 1 is 5p per nappy (40 for £2) and Tesco size 1 is 6.7p per nappy (150 for £10) or Tesco size 2 is 5.7p per nappy (174 for £10).
Get to Aldi - Mamia nappies - 5.6p per nappy standard
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Pampers Premium Protection Nappies New Baby Jumbo Pack - Size 1, Pack of 72= £6 or £5.70 with with Subscribe & Save @ Amazon

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£5.70 @ Amazon
NO voucher needed ! £6 or £5.70 with with Subscribe & Save @Amazon Wetness indicator that turns blue when your baby pees, indicating a possible nappy change Navel-friendly shape of the nappy
NO voucher needed ! £6 or £5.70 with with Subscribe & Save @Amazon Wetness indicator that turns blue when your baby pees, indicating a possible nappy change Navel-friendly shape of the nappy
q44q Avatar1m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 days ago2 Comments
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Asdas are just as good for 1/2 the price
Cheers ordered
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Pampers baby dry pants - £2.50 instore & online @ Morrisons

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Pampers baby dry pants reduced to £2.50 at Morrisons instore. Not sure if this is store specific but appears to be a good price and can be ordered online at reduced price. Apologies if already posted.…
Pampers baby dry pants reduced to £2.50 at Morrisons instore. Not sure if this is store specific but appears to be a good price and can be ordered online at reduced price. Apologies if already posted.…
Arnis65 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago14 Comments
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thanks OP. Manage to get last 4 packs in Norwich.
Nothing special just seems the going rate for when these are on offer.
sorry should have said.. size 5 have 36 nappies in them
Tesco have these £8 a pack buy one get one free
Depends on the size, from memory minimum number was 19 at the biggest size.
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Pampers sensitive baby wipes pack of 18 with subscribe and save £7.97 @ Amazon

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There is a voucher of £2. Click on it to collect it and subscribe and save for another 5% off. You can cancel s&s anytime.
There is a voucher of £2. Click on it to collect it and subscribe and save for another 5% off. You can cancel s&s anytime.
pinacolada123 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago32 Comments
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Primenow has huggies 18 Pk for 9 and using code comes to 8 and huggies are much better than these.
No they aren't in my opinion
£15 for 2 packs
Primenow has huggies 18 Pk for 9 and using code comes to 8 and huggies are much better than these.
pinacolada123
NoMansLand
Heat added thanx.
This subscribe thing, does that mean I have to unsubscribe or they will deliver every month at whatever price they decide to charge? and also can I unsubscribe before or after dispatch to get the product?
Many Thanx :)
You can unsubscribe any time but I would wait until they deliver and yes if you don't unsubscribe that is the case.

Thank you, will wait then unsubscribe :p
NoMansLand
Heat added thanx.
This subscribe thing, does that mean I have to unsubscribe or they will deliver every month at whatever price they decide to charge? and also can I unsubscribe before or after dispatch to get the product?
Many Thanx :)
You can unsubscribe any time but I would wait until they deliver and yes if you don't unsubscribe that is the case.

Edited By: pinacolada123 on Jan 17, 2017 22:00
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Pampers/Johnson wet wipes - £7.00 instore / online @ ASDA

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12 pack pampers sensitive/Johnson sensitive wet wipes for £7 at Asda. Please delete if a repost. Johnsons Wipes Extra Sensitive
12 pack pampers sensitive/Johnson sensitive wet wipes for £7 at Asda. Please delete if a repost. Johnsons Wipes Extra Sensitive
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Huggies are £6 for 12 in Asda too.
been 7 in tesco for fora while. they say one at a time, but I always end up with 6 in my hand. Tried Mamia ones last week and they are so much better. I am usually the brand snob. Also on the nappies now!
my other half keeps buying these because they're on offer - I swear I could build a small fortress from the stash of wipes we have. are they ever NOT on offer?
great price :D
Our Asda had 18 pack for 10 pounds so keep an eye out
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pampers wipes 18 pack £10.50 or possible £7.97 with coupon Amazon

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Pampers wipes on amazon 10.50 without subscribe and save 9.97 with subscribe and save but there's a £2 voucher so you get 18 pack for £7.97
Pampers wipes on amazon 10.50 without subscribe and save 9.97 with subscribe and save but there's a £2 voucher so you get 18 pack for £7.97
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This is still live, was about to post it myself then noticed it was already here! Cracking deal with baby due soon!
Great deal, thanks for posting! I hate how the Amazon vouchers work though; I have some Dash Button credit and that is being applied but it won't then apply the £2 voucher... :|
Back, cheers op, needs unexpired
tolester
unknown2008
can you cancel subscription once ordered?
yes


​thanks
No longer on S&S, shame.
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Pampers Baby-Dry Nappies Monthly Saving Pack - Size 6, Pack of 124 £13.48 or with S&S £10.78

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Size 6 are £10.78 if you use Subscribe & Save. 124 nappies or 8.7p/nappy Similar deals on other sizes e.g Size 5 are £11.82 if you use Subscribe & Save. 144 nappies or 8.2p/nappy
Size 6 are £10.78 if you use Subscribe & Save. 124 nappies or 8.7p/nappy Similar deals on other sizes e.g Size 5 are £11.82 if you use Subscribe & Save. 144 nappies or 8.2p/nappy
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Size 6 are £10.78 if you use Subscribe & Save.
124 nappies or 8.7p/nappy
Similar deals on other sizes e.g
Size 5 are £11.82 if you use Subscribe & Save.
144 nappies or 8.2p/nappy

Loofer - I've tried replying to your Private Message but it is telling me you don't have private messaging turned on (even though I received your message).

Please can you check
Mamia, little angels and little big do the same job at low cost. If you are not obsessed with this brand.
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honeymonster86
Well here's some nice discrimination from Amazon... not eligible if you're an amazon student prime member... so people who have babies aren't students as well?
Is the Amazon Student Prime membership same price as 'normal' Prime?
No it's not, but I would have thought twice about it had I known it did not include Amazon Family...especially as I subscribed when the normal Amazon Prime was on offer at £58....
Hardly call it discriminatory. There's let's say full fat product that has more benefits and you pay more for that, but they've recognised that significant population of students might not want those benefits and the trade off was losing Amazon Family or whatever they call it.
I accept it would be better if they had a simple comparison table that showed what benefits are included in each.
I did not call it discriminatory ;)
Apologies, it was honeymonster86.
Students are always being discrimnated against and this is just another in a long line of them. I have amazon prime, why should the fact I am student entitle to me less than a non-student with amazon prime?
Because it's 2 different products/services with different offers included. As a student, you're still welcome to pay for the full prime service like the rest of us non-Students do ...whereas conversely we can't access Student Prime (for the right reasons)

here have a read of this (it's for U.S version but I'm sure there's similarities)
http://thecollegeinvestor.com/242/amazon-student/
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Well here's some nice discrimination from Amazon... not eligible if you're an amazon student prime member... so people who have babies aren't students as well?
Is the Amazon Student Prime membership same price as 'normal' Prime?
No it's not, but I would have thought twice about it had I known it did not include Amazon Family...especially as I subscribed when the normal Amazon Prime was on offer at £58....
Hardly call it discriminatory. There's let's say full fat product that has more benefits and you pay more for that, but they've recognised that significant population of students might not want those benefits and the trade off was losing Amazon Family or whatever they call it.
I accept it would be better if they had a simple comparison table that showed what benefits are included in each.
I did not call it discriminatory ;)
Apologies, it was honeymonster86.

Students are always being discrimnated against and this is just another in a long line of them. I have amazon prime, why should the fact I am student entitle to me less than a non-student with amazon prime?
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Well here's some nice discrimination from Amazon... not eligible if you're an amazon student prime member... so people who have babies aren't students as well?
Is the Amazon Student Prime membership same price as 'normal' Prime?
No it's not, but I would have thought twice about it had I known it did not include Amazon Family...especially as I subscribed when the normal Amazon Prime was on offer at £58....
Hardly call it discriminatory. There's let's say full fat product that has more benefits and you pay more for that, but they've recognised that significant population of students might not want those benefits and the trade off was losing Amazon Family or whatever they call it.
I accept it would be better if they had a simple comparison table that showed what benefits are included in each.
I did not call it discriminatory ;)
Apologies, it was honeymonster86.
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Wilko Clearance items from 25p from bath salts (25p) to body pamper sets (£1.25) and more - See post!

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Ok granted alot of items out of stock, but please see below items i found of interested for very cheap. Please keep in mind this is the last reductions so stock is sparse in some areas. Botanica Ba…
Ok granted alot of items out of stock, but please see below items i found of interested for very cheap. Please keep in mind this is the last reductions so stock is sparse in some areas. Botanica Ba…
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everythinhg i ordered which was in stock at time of placing order - has been sent a sorry we have refunded you email. Ordered in a couple seperate orders. Waste of time.


Shame. Luckily I haven't received the dreaded email yet, fingers crossed I don't!
lots of Xmas decorations/gift bags etc. in store today - and Xmas lights - all 75% off.
everythinhg i ordered which was in stock at time of placing order - has been sent a sorry we have refunded you email. Ordered in a couple seperate orders. Waste of time.
Not much left sadly but got couple of things x thanks x
louisel135
Managed to pick up some real bargains, thankyou!
If you sieve through some of the out of stock items, there are some real bargains hiding in there :)
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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…
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…
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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
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. :)
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.
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
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!
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Asda Baby Event NOW ON Perfect Prep machine was £120 now £60, Huggies 12 pack wipes was £9 now £6 plus LOADS more in post @ Asda

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** It's gone live early - Sale now online ** First Asda Baby event of 2017 starts on Saturday 14th January online and in stores. They have leaked some prices and looks like it's going to be worth s…
** It's gone live early - Sale now online ** First Asda Baby event of 2017 starts on Saturday 14th January online and in stores. They have leaked some prices and looks like it's going to be worth s…
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Is there a date this ends? Rarely get to my local as it's a good drive away :/

As for the d*ckhead commenting about breastfeeding, until you try breastfeeding a newborn with thrush (yes thrush) on your nipples, along with cracked nipples and stitches in your vag which make any position uncomfortable you have no damn right to judge anyone! As long as the child is being fed that is ultimately what matters. It's hard enough at times being a mum, how about we support strangers for doing their best rather than **** them off? Well done mums!
12 pack huggies wipes £6 live in store
18packets of pampers wipes £10 n 12packets of johnsons for £7 in store today
Was in my local today the signs promoting the baby event weren't up !! But prices on shelf and got 18 packets of pamper wipes for £10 and 12pk of Johnston wipes for £7
InkZ
Went down this morning and they said it's not starting in store until Monday.


​I also went to mine this morning and it wasn't on :/
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Superdrug Pampers Active Fit Nappies Size 3 42 pack on clearance for 10p

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Don't know if any other Superdrug shops will have these but worth a look if you are near one Pampers Active Fit nappies size 3 42 pack On clearance for 10p Barcode 4015400599067
Don't know if any other Superdrug shops will have these but worth a look if you are near one Pampers Active Fit nappies size 3 42 pack On clearance for 10p Barcode 4015400599067
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Wow, amazing find! I'll be checking my local just in case.
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[quote=Aaronsmummy] Which one were u inx
Lisburn x
Was there many left Cec09? Was this yesterday ?[/quote
Was yesterday, only had 4 packs
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Which one were u inx
Lisburn x
Was there many left Cec09? Was this yesterday ?
Or the chancery lane one :(
Not in the Holborn store
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Waitrose Pampers New Baby Size 3 50 x 3 packs (150) = £10.20 with PYO

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Waitrose offer on Pampers New Baby Size 3, 50 nappies pack. Packs are £8 each, but offer is 3 packs for £15. Also on PYO with a further 20% discount making the 3 packs £10.20. Discount is applied to f…
Waitrose offer on Pampers New Baby Size 3, 50 nappies pack. Packs are £8 each, but offer is 3 packs for £15. Also on PYO with a further 20% discount making the 3 packs £10.20. Discount is applied to f…
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Waitrose offer on Pampers New Baby Size 3, 50 nappies pack. Packs are £8 each, but offer is 3 packs for £15. Also on PYO with a further 20% discount making the 3 packs £10.20. Discount is applied to full price.
Works out 0.068p per a nappy
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You my friend are unappreciated in your own time...really good deal...especially at £0.068 per nappy! Will be stocking up. Thanks you.
Goto Asda and pay just £4 a pack (£12) then buy your own coffee!
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heat for the price...is it only that size on offer
Only size 2 & 3 available for this price
heat for the price...is it only that size on offer
Pick Your Own? Like the strawberries?
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Ultimate Pamper Day with Virgin Active for Two. Now £119.00 for 2 people (~£60 each). Was £238.

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Pampers various size £10.38 @ costco - Derby

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Costco Derby, not sure if National. 7.52p per nappy. £10.38, no VAT.
Costco Derby, not sure if National. 7.52p per nappy. £10.38, no VAT.
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Sorry - first time uploader. 138 nappies for £10.38. In store price different to online.
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Pampers New Baby Size 2 - 544 nappies @ Costco £21.69

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Deal ends today - buy 4 packs of 2x 68 Pampers New Baby Size 2 nappies for £21.69. That's a total of 544 nappies at a cost of just 4p each! Size 2 = 3 to 6kg/6 to 13lbs. Only available in Costco sto…
Deal ends today - buy 4 packs of 2x 68 Pampers New Baby Size 2 nappies for £21.69. That's a total of 544 nappies at a cost of just 4p each! Size 2 = 3 to 6kg/6 to 13lbs. Only available in Costco sto…
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It come up on the WhatsApp message from hukd. There a £1 a pack. But not sure if it was everywhere or not.
Liam_188
We got them yesterday right at the end after there store close time and got them for £19.99 as well. Didn't know if it was an update on there system to clear them more. An offer nearly as good as what boots are doing


​What's the boots offer? Can't see anything online for these ones
We got them yesterday right at the end after there store close time and got them for £19.99 as well. Didn't know if it was an update on there system to clear them more. An offer nearly as good as what boots are doing
My wife got these and upon checking the receipt, they only charged £19.99 for them!
you'd be pretty such set till size 3 ;)

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.