Huggies New Born Starter Kit (online & instore) BOGOF 2 for £5 @ Boots
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Huggies New Born Starter Kit (online & instore) BOGOF 2 for £5 @ Boots

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Found 12th Dec 2008Made hot 12th Dec 2008
The wife just returned from Boots at Meadowhall with this bargain. Huggies Starter Kit Buy One Get One Free at £5 each. They contain a pack of size 1 huggies newborn nappies (27), a pack of wipes and a pair of Disney socks, so for £5 you get 2 packs of nappies, 2 packs of wipes and 2 pairs of socks. If ordering online postage will be £2.89 per order. And don't forget advantage points (10 per 2 boxes)
Our son is 5 weeks old and I have stocked up as he goes through 6 nappies a day minimum!

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don't forget money off vouchers! you get them in your bounty packs... £2 off huggies vouchers are one voucer per product, use one for each (if you happen to have 2) and you get it all for £1!

even better... if there's a self scan till at your local boots, keep the vouchers and use them again!

very very hot

fab deal hope they have some stock in stevenage voted hot

I got these a few times 3 months ago at my local boots. However, pampers are much better IMHO, and I have stopped using Huggies.

very good find. A+++++

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I got these a few times 3 months ago at my local boots. However, pampers … I got these a few times 3 months ago at my local boots. However, pampers are much better IMHO, and I have stopped using Huggies.



You see, before we had our first child last year, we had read many times about Pampers being better than huggies but never read why. 18 months down the line and we've used both brands on each step up and still can't decide if one is better than the other. Why is Pampers better? What are we missing lol cause as far as we can tell both do their job fine and neither cause any irritation. The same goes for wipes, we're both happy using either brand although can tell a difference with them in that the huggies are dryer but don't see that as a bad thing.

I found that Huggies are less capable of containing the atrocities, particularly those of very young babies, pre-weaning. Pampers are ok, but the best ones I've found have to be the Sainsburys own label nappies - cheap, cheerful and very efficient!

However, this is a hot deal for anyone who wants to try them. And anyone who realises kids socks are pretty much disposable once they figure out how to get them off their feet... :whistling:

Wow - this still going? I posted this deal a few months ago - we got the two packs to start us off and for travelling around - as we're going to use reusable nappies instead.

Bought - thanks

I just recieved my home delivery for 6 packs. Didnt order any more because was unsure how long they will fit my baby who is due in April. Ace deal

i much prefered huggies i found pampers to be slack at the waist and things would come out of the top yuk heehee
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