Aldi Baby Event! starting on 18th September ( Includes maternity clothes!!! )
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Aldi Baby Event! starting on 18th September ( Includes maternity clothes!!! )

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Found 7th Sep 2014
Aldi baby event starting on 18th September, unknown what is coming this time around however normally calpol at 1.89 and nurofen at 2.89!!! worth keeping eyes open for this. I will post more once I know what is in the event!!
Update 8/9/14::
I have just found out that they will be doing Mr Men sleep suits and maternity clothing!.
I will keep you posted on other items. keep checking back to this post!
Plus the standard 4 pack of wipes, boxes of nappies, blankets and basic stroller
Update 9/9/14::::
CAR SEAT
Junior Maxi highback booster seat from Graco is suitable for children from 15kg (33lbs) up to 36kg (79lbs) and features 2 recline positions, adjustable armrests and cup holders.
Features and benefits for Graco Junior Maxi Highback Booster Car Seat - Scarlett
Height adjustable headrest
Height adjustable armrests
Backrest reclines in two positions
2 retractable cup holders
Machine washable covers
HIGHCHAIR
There is also going to be high chair that reclines and has a removable tray! Brand: mamia looks as good as any well known brand. . .
Tommie tippie, 6pk bottles suitable from birth!!!!!£ 9.99
Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.

Aldi Baby event 18th September: aldi.co.uk/en/…er/
Highchair: £29.99
Hauck Sports Buggy: £22.99
Graco Car Seat: £19.99
Maternity Dress: £11.99
Maternity Feeding Top: £9.99
Maternity Leggings: £6.99
Nursing Bra: £6.99
Clip-on LED Lights: £1.99
Nuby Pram Toys: £4.99
Changing Bag: £14.99
Nappy Sacks: 89p (150 pack = 0.6p a sack)
Wipes Multipack: 4 x 64 £2.39 = 0.9p per wipe
Nappies: size 3@£6.99 (7.1p per nappy), Size 4@£6.99 (8.3p per nappy) 4+ @£6.99 (9p per nappy), Size 5 @£6.99 (9.7p per nappy)
Sudocrem: £2.35
Aqueous Cream £1.99
Disney Stool/Potty: £4.99
Disney Toilet Training Seat: £4.99
Tommee Tippee First Cup: 99p
Tommee Tippee Microwave Steriliser: £7.99
Nuby grip and Sip cup: £1.79
Tommee Tippee Feeding Bottles: £9.99
Tommee Tippee Super Sipper: £1.89
Avent Soothers Twin Pack: £2.49
Muslin Cloths: £3.29
Disney Wipe-Clean Bib: £2.49
Bebevita Apple, Banana & Peach Pouches: 4x90gm £2.39
Nuby Feeding Spoons: 6 for 99p
Nuby Food pots: 4 for 99p
Kiddylicious Crisps: 4 x 12gm £1.49
Kiddylicious Strawberry wriggles: 6 x 12gm £2.49
Organix Carrot Stix 10 for £2.49
Colour Me Playhouse £7.99
Megabloks Build n Learn: £6.99
Puzzle Car: £3.99
Hauck Safety Gatel: £14.99
Fleece Blanket: £2.79
Cot Bed quilt set: £7.99
Cot Bed Pillow& Duvet Set: £11.99
Go Glow Clock: £12.99
Waterproof Cot Bed mattress protector: £4.49
Lindam Safety Toddler Bed Rail: £14.99
Cellular Blanket: £2.99
Multi functional Thermometer: £12.99
Nurofen for kids: £2.69
Calpol: £1.99
Mr Men and Little Miss 3 piece Set: £6.99
Baby Bodysuits: 3 for £6.99
Infants jeans: £3.99
Baby Socks: 5 for £2.49
Toddlers canvas boots and shoes: £4.49
Infants Tights: two for £1.99
Baby Gift set: £9.99
- Kaosfusion

61 Comments

Been waiting for this, need to stock up Aldi baby wipes. Any 4 pack wipes on offer?

been wondering when their event would be back on. 4 pack wipes and box of nappies are always on offer and are great. I think op means other products.

Why do people buy calpol and nurofen for children when they are available for free on prescription?

Whenever my daughter visits the doctor they always ask if we have enough at home and will add a bottle of each to the prescription.

fossman

Why do people buy calpol and nurofen for children when they are available … Why do people buy calpol and nurofen for children when they are available for free on prescription?Whenever my daughter visits the doctor they always ask if we have enough at home and will add a bottle of each to the prescription.



You obviously have a really good GP ! They never offer it at my surgery and if you ask for it they offer you the non branded version (which my daughter won't take!)

There wipes are only 64p anyway and I think their nappies are not like they were before they've changed and I don't like them.

My doctor refuses to give calpol, they say it's something we should always have in the cupboard like paracetamol tablets for us!

I wouldn't touch calpol with a bargepole, its paracetamol with masses of sugar & ugly afitives added. Straight paracetamol, cheaper & better for baby.

erm buy the Sugar free version?

fossman

Why do people buy calpol and nurofen for children when they are available … Why do people buy calpol and nurofen for children when they are available for free on prescription?Whenever my daughter visits the doctor they always ask if we have enough at home and will add a bottle of each to the prescription.



& this is precisely why NHS is going down the toilet

Muslin cloths from Aldi are really nice quality, would recommend.

Oh thank god i'm getting low on nappies & wipes....knew it must of been coming soon

Oh thank god i'm getting low on nappies & wipes....knew it must of been coming soon

Straight paracetamol? Children's medicines contain sugar/sweetener to make them palatable. Sugar is only a problem to dentition for long term treatment. Medicines like these are licensed and safe.

Spendaholic247

Straight paracetamol? Children's medicines contain sugar/sweetener to … Straight paracetamol? Children's medicines contain sugar/sweetener to make them palatable. Sugar is only a problem to dentition for long term treatment. Medicines like these are licensed and safe.



Oh the whole I agree... although Contergan (Thalidomide) was also a licensed drug....

Great deal and Calpol is great!

I do not know why people come on this and start disagreeing. Their you're children if you wish to give them calpol etc it's up to you! Each to there own

*their own!

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LoonyWitch

& this is precisely why NHS is going down the toilet



**** me!! So Calpol is bringing down the whole of th NHS, well, I though the UK was in tatters, but this is just madness.

douglas13

**** me!! So Calpol is bringing down the whole of th NHS, well, I though … **** me!! So Calpol is bringing down the whole of th NHS, well, I though the UK was in tatters, but this is just madness.



He means the principal of it. I agree that it's ridiculous. If something's available cheaply for anyone to buy, why give a prescription for it which just costs the NHS money (and probably a lot more money than you'd pay if you bought it yourself). Recently found out that pregnant women get free prescriptions as do fatties who have given themselves type 2 diabetes. Absolute madness, both conditions are self inflicted so no reason why extra support should be given by the state.

what a ridiculous statement! about 'fatties' giving themselves type 2 diabetes! millions of thin people get type 2 diabetes, my father is an example. Also 'nitro' unless you live a completely sin free, wholefoods, sugar free, alcohol free, caffeine free, additive free, PERFECT diet and lifestyle, you are no more entitled to NHS help and treatment than, fatties or pregnant women.

Does anyone know if the Calpol is free range?

The Internet, ladies and gentleman. Where a simple Aldi baby product sale post soon degenerates into why the NHS is going down the toilet.

On the paracetamol/ibuprofen and prescriptions issue, many (all?) who are entitled to free prescriptions can get these (generic, which all use sweetener which is a pain, though we have got branded sugar Calpol when we've pushed at Boots - all ibuprofen seems to be sweetener) direct from the pharmacist. No GP required. As I recall, all Scottish pharmacies offer this scheme and many large (and supermarket) pharmacies in England. Not sure about Wales and N. Ireland.

Getting a list of pharmacies in the scheme in England is a task and a half. Also, CCGs seen to be cracking down recently and wanting you to use pharmacies in your home CCG area. Not great when on holiday!

By the way, why are people voting hot/cold when we don't yet know the items and prices?

On the paracetamol/ibuprofen and prescriptions issue, many (all?) who are entitled to free prescriptions can get these (generic, which all use sweetener which is a pain, though we have got branded sugar Calpol when we've pushed at Boots - all ibuprofen seems to be sweetener) direct from the pharmacist on the Minor Ailments Scheme. No GP required. As I recall, all Scottish pharmacies offer this scheme and many large (and supermarket) pharmacies in England. Not sure about Wales and N. Ireland.

Getting a list of pharmacies in the scheme in England is a task and a half. Also, CCGs seen to be cracking down recently and wanting you to use pharmacies in your home CCG area. Not great when on holiday!

By the way, why are people voting hot/cold when we don't yet know the items and prices?

abaxas

Does anyone know if the Calpol is free range?

no it's halal

Last time my son was at the docs I was given a prescription paracetamol.
The stuff I was given is the same stuff you can buy in poundland, so now I just stock up from there. It costs 69p to park at my docs.

*60p

God almighty! Some nasty people on here. So what if the lady gets it free. I hardly think a few bottles of paracetamol has brought down the nhs.More likely all the imigrants we are letting in and using our health service that tax payers like myself pay into like a free for all.

Cheerio SUL hopefully mods issue a nice ban for your aggresivr comments

Thanks! Was actually going to go to aldi and stock up on nappies and wipes this week. Think I will just get enough to keep me going and then head there on the 18th

there will be pushchairs, car seats, high chairs boxes of nappies, 4 pack baby wipes, clothes, blankets and much more ( I'm a manager at aldi)

there will be 4 pack wipes, prams high chairs boxes of nappies car seats blankets and more

Original Poster

THEY WILL ALSO BE DOING MATERNITY CLOTHES! THERE IS GOING TO BE MR MEN SLEEP SUITS IN THE EVENT!!! I WILL KEEP YOU ALL POSTED

douglas13

**** me!! So Calpol is bringing down the whole of th NHS, well, I though … **** me!! So Calpol is bringing down the whole of th NHS, well, I though the UK was in tatters, but this is just madness.



No it's not. Why should doctors be prescribing stuff that costs is next to nothing to buy? For that you have to see a doc which costs money then the prescription. It's like prescribing me paracetamol.

And what's worse is because the NHS do this, some (NOT accusing anyone here) will book their child in for an appt just to get calpol instead of buying it when it's just a fever from teething or after their jabs - basically when you know exactly what they need & why.

Is it me or has this thread gone completely off topic, it's a deal app not a discussion thread, some people on here need to get themselves on mums net or something. Great news and heat added!

busybee4

There wipes are only 64p anyway and I think their nappies are not like … There wipes are only 64p anyway and I think their nappies are not like they were before they've changed and I don't like them.



I think it's about time you started potty training

Aldi please just hurry up and post us the details. Tesco have also got an event running the same week......

How long is the baby event on for? Anyone know

Does aldi have baby events often?

Sudo cream / calpol / saline drop etc are available from boots on minor ailments in Scotland
For mums on mat pay this is very helpful !

This is why we won't have a NHS if parents are expecting medicines for free !!!!
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