Double discount on Huggies baby wipes @ Sainsburys online
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Double discount on Huggies baby wipes @ Sainsburys online

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Found 22nd Dec 2012
Sainsburys are offering Huggies Baby Wipes Natural Aloe Care x64 and Huggies Pure Wipes, Singles X64 for 2 for £2 and BOGOF

Simply add 2 to your trolley for £1 and each subsuquent packet you add is 50p

You will only be shown your discounts once you select a delivery slot min £2.95

You can also get a further £12 discount when you spend £60, simply register with a new email address and enter code MPT7-PPG4-DD6G when you checkout

Nice if you need to stock up on nappies or new years booze!

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75 packs and 5 x 12 cans of dog for for £55.
Bargain. That's at least 6 months worth sorted great find OP!

Will you not get charged the full price when the items are picked for delivery?

Will you not get charged the full price when the items are picked for delivery?

doesnt work. adds 2 for £3 not £2

Original Poster

jazzy1

doesnt work. adds 2 for £3 not £2



The discount won't show until you book a delivery slot

Original Poster

farovena

Will you not get charged the full price when the items are picked for … Will you not get charged the full price when the items are picked for delivery?



Not 100% sure! I have used the £12 discount code before which was still honoured even though half my shopping was not in stock for delivery which was way below the minimum spend required for the voucher.

I have also ordered other items using glitches and they have been manually adjusted.

If the worst comes to the worst you can always refuse them on delivery.

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Tron83

75 packs and 5 x 12 cans of dog for for £55.Bargain. That's at least 6 … 75 packs and 5 x 12 cans of dog for for £55.Bargain. That's at least 6 months worth sorted great find OP!



12 cans of dog?!

it works for me at 50p a piece..but i can't find the click and colect option..

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troppotzika

it works for me at 50p a piece..but i can't find the click and colect … it works for me at 50p a piece..but i can't find the click and colect option..



Pretty sure it's delivery only

How exactly are you guys doing this? I've tried so many times now and doesn't work

hot deal if you spend more than £100 worth of wipes.
You have to order more than £100 worth of wipes to get free delivery. otherwise it charge you £6.95 if your order is less than £40

Here's how i done it: i have only bought natural aloe care..put first 2 pieces into the basket..then put another 10--20--30..as many as you wish and then select a delivery slot ..if you buy for 60 pounds then you get 12 off..so this would be 120 wipes for about 51 pounds delivered

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rehmanfarid_11

hot deal if you spend more than £100 worth of wipes.You have to order … hot deal if you spend more than £100 worth of wipes.You have to order more than £100 worth of wipes to get free delivery. otherwise it charge you £6.95 if your order is less than £40



You really only need to order £60 worth of groceries. If you then use the £12 voucher this will easily cover the cost of delivery, cheapest slots are only £2.95 and you are left with a nice saving on your shopping.

Ok thanks

Quantity Product Price
28 Huggies Pure Wipes, Singles X64 Buy 2 for £2 £42.00
100 Huggies Baby Wipes Natural Aloe Care x64 Buy 2 for £2 £22.00

total including new customer code - £54.95

Thanks!!!

Do you think i can get this offer in store? On my way to sainsbury now!!

Ordered. Thank you

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I doubt it, it's probably a computer error. I doubt they'll have both savings in store ie BOGOF and 2 for £2. its usually one or the other. But it's worth a try. The offer should be on the shelf. I'd be interested to know :-)

Do you think i can get this offer in store? On my way to sainsbury now!!

The above code is first time registered only and NOT FOR the existing customers!!!

Ordered 120 packs. Thank you

Ordered 50 packs. Lets see if it goes through. If it doesn't, can I refuse to accept the delivery?

I ordered this then worked out with 2 kids, 1 being a baby I only go thru 1 packet a week, most of the time I have leftovers. 120 would do 140 weeks which is over 2 1/2 years. Then I thought where will I store the 10 boxes. I have since cancelled my orders, often the packs of 4 sell 2 for £7. I will pay as i go and save the space

Sorry forgot to mention wastage I am sure after a year packets will have dried out if not stored correctly

sheenangel

Ordered 50 packs. Lets see if it goes through. If it doesn't, can I … Ordered 50 packs. Lets see if it goes through. If it doesn't, can I refuse to accept the delivery?



Exactly - ordered 200 packs! £100 :-)

Banned

Ordered

thanks op, 120 ordered , works out at 42p a packet (with code)

Ordered 120 pack of Huggies Pure. What r the chances of them having 120 packs in stock?
Edited by: "avy_baby" 23rd Dec 2012

Cogs

Sorry forgot to mention wastage I am sure after a year packets will have … Sorry forgot to mention wastage I am sure after a year packets will have dried out if not stored correctly



I always bulk buy wipes, just finished my last stash which was stored in the wardrobe for roughly a year.
Good deal if you don't have issues with the delivery and discount not kicking in or oos on picking ect. I can't deal with the hassle this time of year.
It's working instore too so if you don't want the grief i would try there first

The combined quantity ordered just in this post will make the product OOS oO

I can almost guarantee this will not be honoured.

I used to work for Sainsburys online. Unless orders in bulk were phoned in advance so the store could check they had enough stock.

It's up to the store, but usually they will only supply 12 units, and can limit more if there are a large number of orders for them.

In addition, if the shelves are empty of these wipes, the picker is not going to waste the time to go out back and look for them - they are timed and monitored.

You'll also be charged whatever it goes through the till as

ordered will see wat happens

shyguy

You'll also be charged whatever it goes through the till as



Then there will be many delivery staff getting frustrated at the number of packs they have to put back on the van to take back to the store as customers will just refuse delivery (very savy!) and will surely be a considerable cost to the supermarket i.e opportunity cost so many stores might just honour the mistake / glitch or cancel orders due to stock not being available.

Thanks ordered
Edited by: "sabz786" 26th Dec 2012

Has any1 had these successfully delivered yet?

Has any1 had these successfully delivered yet?

Has any1 had these successfully delivered yet?

Sorry didnt mean to post again!

I was charged double - sent them all back....
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