Nappies | Award Winning | Cheapest @ Aldi (from 6.8p per nappy) sizes 1/2/3/4/4+/5
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Nappies | Award Winning | Cheapest @ Aldi (from 6.8p per nappy) sizes 1/2/3/4/4+/5

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Found 19th Jan 2013
Coudn't find anything cheaper, Aldi also have

ALL THESE NAPPIES WON THE "LOVED BT PARENTS AWARRD 2012" SILVER HEART
AND WERE THE FINALIST OF Practical Parenting & Pregnancy AWARD.

aldi.co.uk/uk/…htm

New Born - Size 1 - 24 pack NOW £1.69 (7.0p per nappy)
New Born Size 2 (44 pack) - WAS £3.29 NOW £2. 99 (6.8p per nappy)
Ultra Dry Size 3(56 pack) 12hr leak protection- WAS £4.99 NOW £4.49 (8.0p per nappy)
Ultra Dry Size 4 (48 Pack) 12hr leak protection-WAS £4.99 NOW £4.49 (9.4p per nappy)
Ultra Dry Size 4+ (44 Pack) 12 hr leak protection-WAS £4.99 NOW £4.49 (10.2p per nappy)
Ultra Dry Size 5 (40 Pack) 12 hr leak protection- WAS £4.75 NOW £4.49 (11.2p per nappy)
Easy Pants - Size 5 - (20 pack) NOW £3.15 (15.8p per nappy)

Morrisons Nappies Size 4 (20 pack)- NOW £1.41 (7.05p per nappy) <-- BETTER DEAL
Morrisons Nappies Size 5 (20 pack)- NOW £1.41 (7.05p per nappy) <-- BETTER DEAL

which can be seen here
aldi.co.uk/uk/…htm

EDIT:
Morrison's own make nappies work out cheaper for larger sizes.
£1.41 for 20 size 4 or 5 (7.05p per nappy) gives you a saving of £1.06 (size 4) and £1.67 (size 5) if brought in quantity matching Aldi pack. thankyou to Cherish for this Tip

MORRISONS NAPPIE REVIEWS FROM HOTUKDEAL MEMBERS
* Not plasticky like some of the other cheap makes either -Cherish

ALDI NAPPIES REVIEW FROM HOTUKDEAL MEMBERS
* Aldi nappies are good - mccririck
* They're the best- mocmocamoc
* best i have ever used, even above pampers - zobo
* last 2 packs had a horrible strong plastic smell to them. Didn't seem to have any effect on my daughter- StickS
* It might work out cheaper for Morrisons but personally I would reccomend these nappies, they are always around £5 anyway. They never leak and glad its helped people out to know about this own brand - zobo
* never get any leaks -Allybear
* Aldi nappies ROCK. End of - Monkeybum01
* aldi nappies r best..i hv used pampers as well but aldi is better in every way -honeyftm5
* Great Nappies, Tried many brands for my baby but these are by far the best - monkety89
* I swear by them they are far better than any other brand - jocatberry
* it is a bargain and a real cost-saver for a product that is just as good as the big brand names -Jeikobu88
* Really great deal!! Gt some packs for my coming baby -Ajmal_Kazmi

35 Comments

Aldi nappies are good.

Original Poster

mccririck

Aldi nappies are good.



can I have some heat please

We use nothing else. They're the best, we combine with the daily mirror 5 off 35 at the end of the month and get a supply for that month

i love aldi nappies and the fact they are so cheap makes it even better in fact i just love aldi lol

I love aldi aswell and these nappies are honestly the best i have ever used, even above pampers!

Great deal

Yep mrs Harper agrees great nappies

We've used Aldi nappies alot and found them to be really good . However, the last 2 packs had a horrible strong plastic smell to them. Didn't seem to have any effect on my daughter, but put me off them a bit.
Edited by: "StickS" 19th Jan 2013

Original Poster

zobo

I love aldi aswell and these nappies are honestly the best i have ever … I love aldi aswell and these nappies are honestly the best i have ever used, even above pampers!



I don't have kids myself yet but this can be useful to know. Thankyou

Original Poster

how many nappies do you go through a day?

How much are they normally? Is this a baby event type deal? Just wondering if I have to get myself there pronto. There isn't one close to us so would take some planning.

Enterpart

how many nappies do you go through a day?



Depends how old they are. In the beginning it can be over 10 a day but that goes down as they get bigger.
Edited by: "mccririck" 19th Jan 2013

Original Poster

MrAndMrsA

How much are they normally? Is this a baby event type deal? Just … How much are they normally? Is this a baby event type deal? Just wondering if I have to get myself there pronto. There isn't one close to us so would take some planning.



Ive edited the post with all the information, the before and after prices and these offers were found in the "Price Cuts" section, so I am not sure how long they have been there or how long they are staying up there. But they don't have an expiry date on the offers themselves like some other stuff on their website

Here is the link for all the Product range that are in the price cut section including all the nappies

hope that helps

Edit: Just come across this thread that unknowingly I duplicated, the OP seems like they buy nappies from Aldi regularly and that was the first time they saw them for the reduced price, that was 3 weeks 4 days ago (31 dec) i'm guessing it could be Christmas sale prices that they decided to continue for a while not sure
Edited by: "Enterpart" 19th Jan 2013

Original Poster

mccririck

Depends how old they are. In the beginning it can be over 10 a day but … Depends how old they are. In the beginning it can be over 10 a day but that goes down as they get bigger.



DAM!! oO thats alot of nappies and alot of smellie nappies, is there not another way that man kind has invented yet?

mocmocamoc

We use nothing else. They're the best, we combine with the daily mirror 5 … We use nothing else. They're the best, we combine with the daily mirror 5 off 35 at the end of the month and get a supply for that month

not going to be £5 off £35 spend from now on

Good deal, but the morrisons own make nappies work out cheaper for larger sizes. £1.41 for 20 size 4 or 5. Not plasticky like some of the other cheap makes either.

Original Poster

cherish

Good deal, but the morrisons own make nappies work out cheaper for larger … Good deal, but the morrisons own make nappies work out cheaper for larger sizes. £1.41 for 20 size 4 or 5. Not plasticky like some of the other cheap makes either.



thankyou Cherish I does work out cheaper I have added this to the description with credit so others can know and benefit

It might work out cheaper for Morrisons but personally I would reccomend these nappies, they are always around £5 anyway. They never leak and glad its helped people out to know about this own brand.

mccririck

Depends how old they are. In the beginning it can be over 10 a day but … Depends how old they are. In the beginning it can be over 10 a day but that goes down as they get bigger.


Blimey mccricick - I thought you'd be going through none at your age, but then sometimes the need comes back as we get on I guess... :-P


Always use aldi nappies, never get any leaks

Aldi nappies ROCK. End of. Have some heat!

For some reason I thought this said "Mini Nipples"

aldi nappies r best..i hv used pampers as well but aldi is better in every way

Great Nappies, Tried many brands for my baby but these are by far the best

Original Poster

monkety89

Great Nappies, Tried many brands for my baby but these are by far the … Great Nappies, Tried many brands for my baby but these are by far the best



I think I should make a t-shirt with "ALDI NAPPIES ARE THE BEST" I think their is a market for it in hotukdeals

Original Poster

Jeikobu88

Sorry to burst your bubble, but already posted: … Sorry to burst your bubble, but already posted: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/mamia-newborn-nappies-size-2-44-pack-now-2-99-6-8p-per-nappy-aldi-1422697



Sorry Jeikobu88 I only realised that mine was a duplicate after a day and have mentioned where the duplicate is is you red on my other comment, but I would like to add that there are many other deals that are mentioned on my thread that are not on yours so my thread is an extension on yours. If I realised it was a part duplicate I would have not posted but it does look like it has helped a few members.

Aldi have been selling their nappies at these prices for a good few weeks.I swear by them they are far better than any other brand HEAT ADDED !!!

Yeah, I posted at a bad time (Christmas Eve) and it didn't get much heat. I think all parents should be aware of this deal, as it is a bargain and a real cost-saver for a product that is just as good as the big brand names.

Let's get a flamethrower on this bad boy.

Original Poster

Jeikobu88

Yeah, I posted at a bad time (Christmas Eve) and it didn't get much heat. … Yeah, I posted at a bad time (Christmas Eve) and it didn't get much heat. I think all parents should be aware of this deal, as it is a bargain and a real cost-saver for a product that is just as good as the big brand names. Let's get a flamethrower on this bad boy.



LOL thankz Jeikobu88 it can be our little baby

Really great deal!! Gt some packs for my coming baby

Original Poster

Ajmal_Kazmi

Really great deal!! Gt some packs for my coming baby



first born? boy or girl Congratulations bet your a happy father to be

mocmocamoc

We use nothing else. They're the best, we combine with the daily mirror 5 … We use nothing else. They're the best, we combine with the daily mirror 5 off 35 at the end of the month and get a supply for that month

it won't be £5 off £35 spend now!! You will have to buy mooorrreee

mocmocamoc

We use nothing else. They're the best, we combine with the daily mirror 5 … We use nothing else. They're the best, we combine with the daily mirror 5 off 35 at the end of the month and get a supply for that month

it won't be £5 off £35 btw

Tried these and didn't think they were that great so have gone back to Huggies.
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