Huggies Pure wet wipes (10 x 72 wipes) - Costco from 7th August - £5.14
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Huggies Pure wet wipes (10 x 72 wipes) - Costco from 7th August - £5.14

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Found 2nd Aug 2017
Costco have a deal starting 7th August for boxes of Huggies pure wet wipes.

Because the packs are promotional packs of 72 wipes (instead of 56 wipes) and Costco have an offer of 50p off, making a price of £5.14 for 720 wipes this works out at 0.71 pence per wipe. Aldi's wipes, when they are on offer at £5.99 for 12 x 64 wipes, work out at 0.78 pence per wipe. (We use upwards of 200 wipes per day in the Nursery so we are VERY price sensitive to these!)

Limit is 90 boxes per member - so member and spouse count 2 lots, and yes there is the restriction that you have to be a Costco member, but for those that are members this is a cracking deal.

Remember it starts on the 7th August and ends 27th August.

Ian
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I'd rather spend 0.07 pence more and not get poo on my fingers
I normally buy lidl brand which are excellent and price wise you can get them for £2.19 for a 4 pack, I don't know how good these are, price wise is definitely a deal though
£5 for 12 boxes at Morrisons at mo
£5.95 on Amazon for a 12 pack del
0.8p per wipe for Asda ones 0.6p for smart price but no idea what they're like. Never liked Huggies wipes.
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smithy_00077 h, 21 m ago

I'd rather spend 0.07 pence more and not get poo on my fingers


That reminds me of a comment I heard when our own children were babies. "Having a wet wipe to clean up a baby is a bit like handling Nuclear waste with an oven glove!"
Worst wet wipes ever. It's like using dry cardboard
123432110 h, 22 m ago

£5.95 on Amazon for a 12 pack del


I can't find any decent offers for Huggies wet wipes on Amazon. They all appear to be Prime exclusives.
Cristiano2 h, 1 m ago

Worst wet wipes ever. It's like using dry cardboard


You shoudl seal them again afterwards then, as they stay wet for me fine.. I find these far superior to pampers and aldi wipes and all of you breaking the wipes try wiping a bit gentler it is a childs ass after all.
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I have to say that in all honesty my staff have never complained about any wetwipe that we have purchased. We get through a number of packets a day, so drying out is never a problem. I have never heard a member of staff complain that any have torn, or they don't like them, and we have never had a parent ask us to use something different or something they provide. We usually buy in bulk when offers are on and usually buy 30 or more boxes at a time. I do not know if my staff, who have 175 years of experience working for us between them, are just more practiced or less picky, but they have never been unhappy with the wet wipes of any make.

Ian
ive never had a problem with Huggies wipes, they are thicker than other wipes and have done my 6 well, still using them for youngest
yas2122nd Aug

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smithy_00072nd Aug

I'd rather spend 0.07 pence more and not get poo on my fingers


Not sure what you are about, we use these for a long time and always worked fine. No poo on our fingers.
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"Wet wipes make up 93% of matter causing UK sewer blockages"
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