Huggies Newborn Starter Kit @ ASDA - Reduced to £3.00, with voucher for £2 off next purchases of Huggies Newborn nappies   But it don't stop there!!
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Huggies Newborn Starter Kit @ ASDA - Reduced to £3.00, with voucher for £2 off next purchases of Huggies Newborn nappies But it don't stop there!!

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Found 21st Jan 2013
Huggies starter kit reduced from £5.47 to £3. Once purchased use £2 voucher to get another box only costing you £1. Also has a £1 voucher for the wipes. These cost £1. Get them free and a £2 voucher off the swimmers currently £3 costing you now £1 so all of this for very little!! This happened in last asda baby event and many stocked up.
Also need this confirmed but you also used to get the kit for free when you joined the asda baby club thing.
Box has 27 size 1 Newborn Nappies (that feature an Umbilical Cord Cut Out to help protect your little one's belly button), a pack of Cotton Soft Sheets, a pack of Pure wipes
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Well done!
good work :P
Be quick as huggies is leaving the european market
shame they dont do the free pack when you sign up to baby club , just tried to do it and its a no
Obviously cottoned on to everyone trying to sign up to the baby event and getting more freebies
Yeah I used to sign up to baby club, get a voucher for the starter kit (value £5) kit would be £3 so I would either buy 2 for £1 or at the time there was cheap washing powder on offer for a £1 after voucher...... Photocopy the voucher, they never take any notice!! Lots of free nappies and vouchers for the next batch you buy lol
Are huggies any good? I've read bad reviews on them, baby is due next month
I found Huggies were better as my little girl got older. For some reason they didn't hold as much fir her as a baby as Pampers and gave her nappy rash
I joined the huggies cluba few years ago and they used to email money off vouchers. Had a email a few weeks ago to say they are not going to be selling them anymore as of Spring. So stock up while you can.
awful nappies no wonder they are leaving, they sweat so bad that they leave babys clothes damp and it wasn just my daughter i tried them with all 3 and had the same problem and so di a few friends
emsie83

awful nappies no wonder they are leaving, they sweat so bad that they … awful nappies no wonder they are leaving, they sweat so bad that they leave babys clothes damp and it wasn just my daughter i tried them with all 3 and had the same problem and so di a few friends



Definitely depends on the baby - my daughter tried them for child no 1; they didn't fit, leaked, and she found Pampers much better. Child no 2; Huggies are brilliant for her, have used from birth, she is now over a year and they are still excellent for her and we will be sad to see them go!
I've heard the aldi ones are better is this right?
Cracking deal, but **** nappies as we found out the hard way with many many leaking nappies. Switched to Pampers and they were spot on!
Have to agree, good deal, but rubbish nappies. Speak from experience through 3 babies Huggies seemed to be better at around size 3 onwards, but u still get that sweaty damp feel when they have a wee and a half only! Not good if u out for a few extra hours between changes.
Not had a problem with 4-5 but again don't hold nearly as much as Little Angels (our favourites)
great deal i did this today. there is also a voucher for £1 of kleenex tissues these are also on offer (6 small packs) for £1 so also free
FairyMonstar

Yeah I used to sign up to baby club, get a voucher for the starter kit … Yeah I used to sign up to baby club, get a voucher for the starter kit (value £5) kit would be £3 so I would either buy 2 for £1 or at the time there was cheap washing powder on offer for a £1 after voucher...... Photocopy the voucher, they never take any notice!! Lots of free nappies and vouchers for the next batch you buy lol



do you have any copies of the vouchers?
Joshtbh- I think aldi are better than the brands in my experience
Amazing nappies! Gutted they're going. Mother of three and been using them for 6 years since my first born. Not sure what brand to go for when they stop making them as my youngest is 10months. Pampers are crap!
the aldi ones are very good I can confirm. we were pampers users, then tired hug too, the aldi ones use a diff sizing with their 1 size so fit our lil girl still at 5 weeks and still plenty of room yet
I use Aldi ones, our 6 week old is still in their size 1's. also got some of tesco size 1's and they are good too. They were half price at £1.71, might still be actually till Feb 1st. However Aldi's are always £1.79.
If you shop in ASDA at the moment and buy the Huggies Starter Pack you get £2.00 off next purchse of nappies, £1.00 off a packet of Huggies Wipes........ So if you cut vouchers out and pick up 1 x Starter Kit 1 x Huggies Wipes you pay £1.00.

I went to ASDA last night and brought 5 Starter Packs and 5 x Packs of wipes = £5.00, was lucky with cashier as each one was put through seperately and the I quickly whiped of the other packaging to obtain vouchers for the next purchase.

I have also read the reviews about Huggies and have split my purchases between Huggies and Pampers for Size 1 nappies for my baby due May. Have also stocked up on Size 2 Aldi nappies just incase it turns out to be a big baby.
size 1 aldi Nappies should be fine, they come up bigger than the main brands, which is a nice for that inbetween size. unless you're expecting a 5or6 kg baby Ofc lol
Just been to my local Asda in Coventry ,bought a box tried to then use the voucher on a second box,but they refused it ,said the voucher is only for use against a separate pack of nappies,any one else had this happen to them thank.
jackson, looks like you had a sh1tty till operator. The 2nd box should count as a seperate transaction.. did you pay for the first box and then use the voucher for the 2nd with the intent to make a seperate payment?
Yea bought the first box then tried to use voucher for the second box,but she wasnt having it, never mind there still a bargain at the £3.
i just went in an hour ago and i went round and got these three things (swimmers, pure wipes and huggies box) before my shop then went back around for the same items again in my shop to avoid any confusion at the till. Even then the cashier rang through to superviser to ask if i could have all 3 things in one transaction! lol. there's no hope!
Where can I find those vouchers?
You buy the first box for £3 ,and the vouchers are on the box cover just cut them off .
jackson01

Yea bought the first box then tried to use voucher for the second box,but … Yea bought the first box then tried to use voucher for the second box,but she wasnt having it, never mind there still a bargain at the £3.



Try and go later on to the superstore (24 hours) you'll have no problems.

Or go to the self service and you'll have less hassle. You may however need to get the coupons authorised though which may take longer but they can't argue with you there.

And it doesn't work out as 1 pound but FREE!
How?
Instead of buying the 3 pack little swimmers purchase the SINGLE pack which are a POUND leaving you with a pound spare.
I'll try and post a picture of the receipt but with an initial investment of £3 you can keep doing it OVER and OVER again!

NOTE: There are other vouchers with euros so make sure you use the RIGHT one.

TIP: Cut the vouchers to save time for the till operator as they'll have to cut them up and fold them for internal staff.



Edited by: "MicroBanned" 24th Jan 2013
I've got 5 boxes, first box cost me £3. Remaining four cost me £1 each! Bargain! Plus I got my free £1 wipes too. Havnt used the swimming ones however vouchers don't expire until December! Amazing deal!!
Brilliant deal. I stocked up yesterday on 24 boxes. Equaling 648 nappies 48 packs of wipes and 24 packs of cotton wool all for £28. Amazing.
That isn't how you do it. I got 25 starter packs and 25 wipes and 25 little swimmers & 25 balsam tissues all for free!!!!
Sorry is little confiusing for me

If i got voucher £2 off on nappies and i take starter kit to checkout .
this take me off £2 and i pay just £1 or i must take something extra like wipes with starter kit ?
or i need buy 2 starter kit on this same transaction for £3 pay full price for one and second will be cost me £1
great deal works a treat.

Many Thanks.
Edited by: "muffinman_84" 4th Feb 2013
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