3 Packs Huggies Pull Ups - £6.48 at Boots (usually £5.48 a pack !)
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3 Packs Huggies Pull Ups - £6.48 at Boots (usually £5.48 a pack !)

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Found 1st May 2011Made hot 1st May 2011
As the title says, you can get 3 packs of Huggies pull-ups from Boots for £6.48 - usually £5.48 a pack !

Currently on 3-4-2 offer, then use code PCHP75 whcich takes off £1.50 per pack (including the free pack).

Free delivery to store

All sizes in offer

thanks to vjonesy on mse for the tip

21 Comments

hiya
thank u hunny works out cheaper than asda own brand

liv xx

Cant seem to get the code to work PCHP75

Thanks ..ordered

great deal! paid almost £6 yesterday for one pack of the night time pull ups!

thanks, will order normal pull ups as i cant seem to get it to work on night time ones.

Thanks ordered code only works on selected Huggies pull ups

Just ordered 9 packs (I have 2 kids in them) and used code (must be in capitals) paid £19.40 total!!! Fantastic bargain thanks.

Dont forget quidco!!
Edited by: "plumberman01" 1st May 2011

£12.92 for 6 and 48points less quidco i cant work out lol thanks lucerysmum xx

Lucerysmum, does this mean your boots vouchers have come through the post? Im still waiting for mine (my postman doesnt like to deliver my post too often, so Im always behind!).

plumberman01

£12.92 for 6 and 48points less quidco i cant work out lol thanks … £12.92 for 6 and 48points less quidco i cant work out lol thanks lucerysmum xx


Typical
only extra large now or girls -why the difference?


Thanks ordered 6

Thanks

Sold out in boys.

Sold out of all boys sizes:(

yes, none left for boys :-(
Edited by: "Beanny" 1st May 2011

is there much difference between these and the huggies little walkers?

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is there much difference between these and the huggies little walkers?



i buy whatever is on offer...but hes not a baby and its for night time only. I think these are probably neater?

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is there much difference between these and the huggies little walkers?



I think the Little Walkers are meant for younger babies who aren't being potty trained - the Little Walkers are more absorbent & keep them more comfortable. The Pull Ups are supposed to make them feel it a bit more & encourage them to start doing their business on the toilet, so they're more for occasional accidents than constant filling! The Pull Ups have tear sides which can be resealed, too.
Personally, we found the Pull Ups excellent. Our little girl was dry day & night quite quickly after we started using these, but we kept using them for a little longer for the 'other' accidents! After a few weeks of using them (plus a little bit of chocolate/swimming pool bribery!) our little girl is potty trained...which leaves us with a whole pile of these that we haven't used! LOL Psychologically, because they look more like big kid underwear, it helps to reinforce the idea that babies wear nappies and big kids wear proper underwear & use the toilet. However, if you're not using these as part of potty training, be aware that you may have to change these more often due to them not being as absorbent as a nappy!
Absolutely fantastic price though! If only they'd had this on a couple of months ago it would have saved us a fortune!

All gone

Code is still working even though it says expired and had all sizes and boys/girls in stock...I just ordered 5 packs of the night time pull ups and saved loads! Thanks
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