Huggies Pure Baby Wipes, 18 Packs (1008 Wipes Total) £9.00 Prime £8.55 S&S @ Amazon
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Huggies Pure Baby Wipes, 18 Packs (1008 Wipes Total) £9.00 Prime £8.55 S&S @ Amazon

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Found 27th Jan
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Huggies pure fragrance free baby wipes are pure and gentle for sensitive skin, with 99% pure water

£8.55 on subscribe and save 48p per pack

£9.00 one time purchase 50p per pack

none prime delivery charge applies
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Heat OP ordered was hoping it would be back to this price as running out . Thanks for posting
great find £6.65 for me, thx.
Tesco have 10 packs for £5.00 so 20 for £10
greendan31 m ago

Tesco have 10 packs for £5.00 so 20 for £10


mmmm same price then 50p each delivered, but subscribe n save these are cheaper @ 48p delivered

Tesco's are 50p each Plus fuel to and from Tesco, plus having extra to carry

your choice
Edited by: "psmith1958" 27th Jan
I saw these but I prefer the other ones they do so I ordered the 20 packs for a tenner. Can never remember what the ones in the green packs are called but I've found with my 4 they have been hands down the best wipes I've tried.
xlxaiwa55xlx3 m ago

I saw these but I prefer the other ones they do so I ordered the 20 packs …I saw these but I prefer the other ones they do so I ordered the 20 packs for a tenner. Can never remember what the ones in the green packs are called but I've found with my 4 they have been hands down the best wipes I've tried.


With Aloe Vera
Morrisons have both types in the quad packs for £2.
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just under 37p per pack.
AnnaMak4 m ago

[Image] just under 37p per pack.


Arrives WHEN a months time lol
psmith19581 m ago

Arrives WHEN a months time lol


that is when my next monthly delivery is, just had one.
date can be changed for when required
AnnaMak4 m ago

that is when my next monthly delivery is, just had one.date can be changed …that is when my next monthly delivery is, just had one.date can be changed for when required


damn and my time machines in for a service
Asda sells 12x64 for £5.25 making a pack of Huggies that is 50p a pack (for 56 wipes), about 30% MORE expensive than Asda’s own.
tedsanders5330 m ago

Asda sells 12x64 for £5.25 making a pack of Huggies that is 50p a pack …Asda sells 12x64 for £5.25 making a pack of Huggies that is 50p a pack (for 56 wipes), about 30% MORE expensive than Asda’s own.


"Asda’s own." are not Huggies are they, bit like saying Carlsburge lager is cheaper than Stella Lager ..or a skoda is cheaper than a jaguar ... there is a reason ... but alas some cant see
Edited by: "psmith1958" 27th Jan
I bought these for £8 on amazon pantry
Misslovely25 m ago

I bought these for £8 on amazon pantry


Couldn't buy them as a single item though ... had to put other things in the box and pay delivery
sambowrose9 h, 32 m ago

Morrisons have both types in the quad packs for £2.


Yes I think we all see your deal you posted yesterday, but these are

£8.55 on subscribe and save that's 48p per pack Delivered, that's 2p cheaper per pack than your deal you posted from Morrisons
Edited by: "psmith1958" 28th Jan
psmith19589 h, 46 m ago

"Asda’s own." are not Huggies are they, bit like saying Carlsburge lager i …"Asda’s own." are not Huggies are they, bit like saying Carlsburge lager is cheaper than Stella Lager ..or a skoda is cheaper than a jaguar ... there is a reason ... but alas some cant see


Completely accept that everybody has there own preferences in terms of a Brand, but blindly believing that every ‘brand’ is better/superior quality to a supermarket own-brand is, in my opinion, wrong. I was just offering up alternatives for comparison. It might help some people before they buy.
tedsanders533 h, 17 m ago

Completely accept that everybody has there own preferences in terms of a …Completely accept that everybody has there own preferences in terms of a Brand, but blindly believing that every ‘brand’ is better/superior quality to a supermarket own-brand is, in my opinion, wrong. I was just offering up alternatives for comparison. It might help some people before they buy.


In which case put it up as your second deal, it may not go boltic like your only other posted deal in 2016
tedsanders5323 m ago

Perhaps when I’m as old as you and I have as little to do I’ll sit on this …Perhaps when I’m as old as you and I have as little to do I’ll sit on this site 24/7 and berate other users rather than raise credible points that may or may not benefit others. Points for the ‘urban slang’ though.


Im disabled, so your point is ? Maybe one day you will be the same, as for benefit others, i posted the deal, all you have done since joining in October 2015 is post one deal in 2016, easter eggs on boxong day, that rightly went cold by 304 .... and looking at your comments on other members post all you do is try to rubbish the deal, or post a worthless comment on another item
Edited by: "psmith1958" 28th Jan
psmith195823 h, 8 m ago

"Asda’s own." are not Huggies are they, bit like saying Carlsburge lager i …"Asda’s own." are not Huggies are they, bit like saying Carlsburge lager is cheaper than Stella Lager ..or a skoda is cheaper than a jaguar ... there is a reason ... but alas some cant see



Not really. I use baby wipes all the time and Huggies are awful.
They fall apart in your hands and have the consistency of soggy tissue paper. Wilkos own brand walk all over these as to the ones you get from Lidl in the green packaging.
Had a £1 voucher applied against this, so got for £7.55, cheaper than last time!
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