5 pampers for £20 @ Boots
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5 pampers for £20 @ Boots

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Found 10th Dec 2017
This is smashing deal! Works out cheaper than any of the supermarkets
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I find supermarket home brands better value.

Morrisons 3 for £10 40 nappies per pack.
So for £20 getting 240 nappies.

Just paying for the brand name of pampers.
Caroline_19938 m ago

I find supermarket home brands better value. Morrisons 3 for £10 40 …I find supermarket home brands better value. Morrisons 3 for £10 40 nappies per pack. So for £20 getting 240 nappies. Just paying for the brand name of pampers.


Each to their own I would say....have tried a few “own brands” and they haven’t suited / been effective for our little one.....but have had friends rave about Aldi (mamia) and Lidl nappies.......we certainly buy all other baby kit from Aldi (wipes etc) ......thanks OP, ordered and got the usual 10 points per £1 for parenting club members!
Actually this works out even better if you are a member of Boots parenting club as you get additional points. So you end up saving more money in the long run. I purchased the nappies online a few days back when they also had the 1000 points if you spend £60 offer. Might seem like a lot but when you think of it you could either bulk up on the nappies or get other essentials. Either way I managed to accumulate near 1500 points equivalent to £15 worth.
So for £45 I ended up with 10 pamper packs of nappies (£20x2=£40)
And only paid £5 for other items which would have cost me £22
Hope that makes sense
Good deal
Cold you can get 36 for £4 from Asda that’s 180 for £20, this “deal” gives you 160 for £20...
Asda's nappies are terrible! Sainsbury's are much much better.
Quidco 2.50£ bonus and boots points make this deal hot.
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ryan230410 m ago

Cold you can get 36 for £4 from Asda that’s 180 for £20, this “deal” gives …Cold you can get 36 for £4 from Asda that’s 180 for £20, this “deal” gives you 160 for £20...


But thats your personal preference though, the deal is for pamper nappies. Asda nappies are rubbish, so you cant compare like for like.
This was posted a few days ago - good deal though
Is this in store as well
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Candy201616 m ago

This was posted a few days ago - good deal though


Didnt see it, normally the moderators delete duplicate deals, ahhh well sure
nireland56 m ago

But thats your personal preference though, the deal is for pamper nappies. …But thats your personal preference though, the deal is for pamper nappies. Asda nappies are rubbish, so you cant compare like for like.


But I think ryan2304 meant Pampers nappies too..Asda have these same packs at £4 each so same deal except in Boots you have to buy 5 of them!
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nireland1 h, 7 m ago

But thats your personal preference though, the deal is for pamper nappies. …But thats your personal preference though, the deal is for pamper nappies. Asda nappies are rubbish, so you cant compare like for like.


Pampers are such higher quality
Don’t forget to claim your pampers club points as well.
nireland1 h, 18 m ago

But thats your personal preference though, the deal is for pamper nappies. …But thats your personal preference though, the deal is for pamper nappies. Asda nappies are rubbish, so you cant compare like for like.


Sorry I meant you can purchase a 36 pack of pampers from Asda for £4 hence 180/£20. It’s not a bad deal but the current Asda deal is much more favourable for smaller qty
I have found pampers to be really bad and always leak. Aldi seem to be the best and fit amazingly well for the little one. Each to their own but everyone we know has switched from papers to Aldi and really loved the result.. And the massive savings.
Good deal thanks. Will always get pampers when on offer as they hold toilet waste much better than the others. They also include the sticky tab for closing the nappy up when used!
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Niche1237 h, 31 m ago

Don’t forget to claim your pampers club points as well.


Really? I thought about it but didnt I could. How can you claim the points when you dont have actual receipt only the A4 paperwork that is inside the box?
arnie10th Dec

I have found pampers to be really bad and always leak. Aldi seem to be the …I have found pampers to be really bad and always leak. Aldi seem to be the best and fit amazingly well for the little one. Each to their own but everyone we know has switched from papers to Aldi and really loved the result.. And the massive savings.


not me, we went the other way... I wanted to like the Aldi ones, but they did't work as well as Pampers...
Do you know when the promotion is going to expire? I'm on holidays but don't wont to miss it!
Cool. Cheaper to buy from tesco or asda at 9p per nappy (size 4). This works out at 11p each for size 4.
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