Huggies Pure Baby Wipes - 10 x Packs of 64 (640 Wipes) £7.10p @ Amazon
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Huggies Pure Baby Wipes - 10 x Packs of 64 (640 Wipes) £7.10p @ Amazon

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Found 6th Feb 2014
I bought some yesterday for our impending arrival.

RRP £25.40

Amazon
- pieman1979

31 Comments

nice

Thanks.
Deal from Amazon.

Posted already

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cheaper in boots

kvn618

cheaper in boots


please specify

Boots - 99p a pack and 3 for 2 hours offer on at the moment

£6.08 for these through subscribe and save with 5 or more subscriptions for 1 month.

Supermod

The Boots offer would be 12 packs for £11.98 on the 3 for 2. If you bought 12 packs of the single ones for 99p each, you'd be paying £7.92 so getting an extra 2 packs for 82p (or £1.18 on the Subscribe & Save price). Then you've got delivery on top of each if ordering online. They're pretty similar offers I would say.

It's a good price for Huggies, but be aware that Huggies wipes are easily the worst of the branded wipes. I'd take Sainsbury's own brand over these.
Edited by: "PeteW" 6th Feb 2014

PeteW

Be aware that Huggies wipes are easily the worst of the branded wipes. … Be aware that Huggies wipes are easily the worst of the branded wipes. I'd take Sainsbury's own brand over these.



Odd we've found huggies to be by far the best over other branded and supermarket own brands.

Ordered thanks.

PeteW

Be aware that Huggies wipes are easily the worst of the branded wipes. … Be aware that Huggies wipes are easily the worst of the branded wipes. I'd take Sainsbury's own brand over these.



I agree, saisnburys standard wipes are better, I find huggies to dry

Yeah, they're too dry - they smear rather than wipe. Plus they tear easily, they stick together so you end up pulling out several at once, and they smell a bit off..!

postage needs to be added to the title.
huggies are nice n thick n soft, wont use any others

worto03

Odd we've found huggies to be by far the best over other branded and … Odd we've found huggies to be by far the best over other branded and supermarket own brands.Ordered thanks.


Yeah - we do as well.

Thanks, have ordered. Like Huggies as they're not all slimey like lots of others ... very useful for cleaning lots of things!

As mom of 3 i love a bargain but these wipes arent great! Better buying shop brand

Intriguing (as intriguing as ass wipes get) I found Huggies to be by miles the best and now won't get anything else.

GOLLLLLLD FINNNNNGER too many times

Original Poster

There a little bit dryer than most because there not full of moisturisers like supermarket brands, there perfume and alcohol free and claim to be "like wool with water".

Mine arrived this morning.

Yes you can never take out one so end up pulling loads. I love pamper sensitive.

lol a debate about butt wipes. o_O

I used to use Huggins but found out they contain parabens which aren't that baby friendly :-(

Expired. The green ones are still pretty cheap.

Mightymoosie I love huggies wipes but didn't know they had parabens in, will have to look into others now.

back down in price

Original Poster

Please Unexpire!

Rip them in half and double your money's worth. Works fine while they are a baby.

boots is 12 packs for 8 quid, I don't see how this is cheaper? 9 packs for 6 quid. huggies are the best wipes in my opinion. although I'm keen to try these sains ones people have mentioned!

he he gold finger!!

worto03

Odd we've found huggies to be by far the best over other branded and … Odd we've found huggies to be by far the best over other branded and supermarket own brands.Ordered thanks.


Funny how everyone disagrees on this, eh? We've used these after trying quite a few different brands - would say that sometimes they are hard to get out of the pack, but these are still our favourites.

Order 5 things on subscribe and save and save 15% too (or even just subscribe and save a one off order for 5% off, then cancel it)!
Edited by: "FrostbiteXIII" 8th Feb 2014

£18 now

Voted hot, but as above they're up to £18 now good deal if you got it

Asda little angels at our local Asda are 9 packs for £5.
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