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Huggies Wipes - 9 Pack Box £6.00 @ Asda
Huggies Wipes - 9 Pack Box £6.00 @ Asda

Huggies Wipes - 9 Pack Box £6.00 @ Asda

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Asda currently have lots of baby offers, however this one seems to have been omitted from online and advertising.

Staff have confirmed its a While stocks last offer!!
Instore only deal!!
Box of 9 packs total 567 wipes for a bargain £6!!

30 Comments

Bargain .. but i dont like these wipes.. x

Best wipes out there imo, thick enough not to get poo on your fingers and they also have a good grip.

steph_reid;8428170

Bargain .. but i dont like these wipes.. x



Same

Good price, but I find them really dry, which don't help cleaning!

What???. ...... i got mine for £7.00 yesterday........ they just conned me a £1

These wipes beat Pampers and any "own brand" wipes hands down, and I normally consider £1 a pack to be a good deal so this is great.

Heated up!

Original Poster

I got a pack last night, then popped in before work this morning for another 2!!

Expected to not find any but they have a masssive cube tower of them in the entrance, although they where being quickly grabbed at 7am this morning!!!

love these, however checked yesterday in smallheath & they were 9 pack boxes for £9 - and that was on "special".

Maybe its just taking some time for the offers to filter thro....

awful wipes imo, bought some from tesco last week when they were on offer, never again

Hot price but I much prefer Johnsons wipes

Johns boxes of 6 on offer online @ asda - 2 for £8, so 12 packets for £8.00 - works out about 67p a pack which is same price per pack as this offer

Great price, horrid wipes that tear though

Bar gain! Love these wipes.

parrotmad;8429689

Great price, horrid wipes that tear though



Seriously? :!:

These are the thickest wipes available an in my experience the least likely to tear!?

What do you normally use?

I never thought I would be in such a dilemma about which bum-wipes to buy..!

BTW Pampers sensitive are £9 for 12 packs in ASDA

I can't believe people have such strong preferences and are actually arguing over baby wipes!! Amazing.

Not keen on these at all - always have trouble getting them out of pack as they seem to stick together more so than any of the others. They are too dry and stick to babys skin.

The pink Johnsons wipes are ok - got some in a pink and green pack once great for nappy work as they have moisturiser in - not so good for wiping hands and faces though.

Great price if you like these - so heat as it is a good deal and some people like them :roll:

These are great, I use them to help with the litter of pups I have bargain Thanks for this find

Banned

Good to have in the car, wipe up spills etc.

Reminds me about 'quickies' many years ago, which used to come in a wee tin, about the size of shoe polish.

That 9 pack should last quite a while

Agree about tearing, dryness and difficulty to get out of pack - hate them so much I couldn't bring myself to take up the buy 1 get 2 free Tesco did the other week! They are thick as someone said, but that's no good if they flippin tear!!! Hot deal if you like these mind. Each to their own

Tyler Durden;8429721

Seriously? :!:These are the thickest wipes available an in my experience … Seriously? :!:These are the thickest wipes available an in my experience the least likely to tear!?What do you normally use?



they are like thick tissue.. but wet..

deal-hunter;8430197

I never thought I would be in such a dilemma about which bum-wipes to … I never thought I would be in such a dilemma about which bum-wipes to buy..!BTW Pampers sensitive are £9 for 12 packs in ASDA



I find tesco frangrance free to be a good alrounder. do the job and are a good price all year round.. used them since lil one was a baby after trying all the other ones .. I do like johnsons..

cheekyoldcow;8430200

I can't believe people have such strong preferences and are actually … I can't believe people have such strong preferences and are actually arguing over baby wipes!! Amazing.



yes my thoughts exactly! i mean it's only to wipe pooey bums who cares how thick or thin they are. they're gonna end up in the bin anyhow!:?

[QUOTE=i mean it's only to wipe pooey bums who cares how thick or thin they are. [/QUOTE]

I think the baby might care if yea finger goes through a thin wipe!!!!:oops:

Hi, I'm a childminder and these are the wipes I prefer due to the thickness.

Which stores have you seen these in?

I only can find them for £8 in my local store.

I bought over £100 of them last year as I sell them on to my customers as it saves them money too.

:thumbsup:

MATTK35;8432705

I think the baby might care if yea finger goes through a thin … I think the baby might care if yea finger goes through a thin wipe!!!!:oops:



lol point taken!

Original Poster

doubletrees87;8433228

Hi, I'm a childminder and these are the wipes I prefer due to the … Hi, I'm a childminder and these are the wipes I prefer due to the thickness.Which stores have you seen these in?I only can find them for £8 in my local store.I bought over £100 of them last year as I sell them on to my customers as it saves them money too.



Hi,

These were in
Adsa Wolstanton, Stoke On Trent
Asda Tunstall , Stoke On Trent

£7 in my local asda or 12 for £9 of pampers sensitive - I got these as they are easier to get out of the pack.

parrotmad;8429689

Great price, horrid wipes that tear though



Agree. its a great price but wouldnt touch these wipes again. Almost every other wipe we're tried has been better (pampers, johnsons, sainsburys non-fragrance, and boots) I'll wait for something else and stock up then.

cheekyoldcow;8430200

I can't believe people have such strong preferences and are actually … I can't believe people have such strong preferences and are actually arguing over baby wipes!! Amazing.



When you're up to your elbow in baby poo, you'll know a good wipe from a bad one.
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