Pack of 24 Little Angels Nappies £1 from Asda
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Pack of 24 Little Angels Nappies £1 from Asda

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Found 4th Jan
Pack of Nappies from Asda for £1. Gotta be good right?
Available in size 0 and 1.
Other sizes seem cheap too,ranging from £2.49. Unsure if this is regular price.

Size 0 available for £1 here

Edit: I've also just seen a pack of 70 for £2.77, that works out better. groceries.asda.com/pro…191
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I've been using pampers for 5 years for my 2 kids and just switched to asdas little angel nappies they are much better than pampers and well good quality.
__shopperrr__39 m ago

I've been using pampers for 5 years for my 2 kids and just switched to …I've been using pampers for 5 years for my 2 kids and just switched to asdas little angel nappies they are much better than pampers and well good quality.


I would agree upto size 3 little angel...the ones in yellow pack are as good as pamper and very cost effective... the one from sizes 4+ ones in green as hit and miss...
Edited by: "blueeyedgirl123" 4th Jan
Aldi selling for 99p also, well worth it, same thing!
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Excellent price, thanks @SquirbyDude I've added a link to your OP for the Size 0 nappies too - cracking prices!
moodyafc51 m ago

Aldi selling for 99p also, well worth it, same thing!


I second that, we found Aldi one is good.
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Ouwchhh that hot
i think this might be their new prices for these sizes as the size 2 pack of 60 recently went down in price.
i agree the asda nappies are better than pampers. my daughter is 20 months & we have been using them almost since the start and they have never leaked. i used the pampers ones at the start & they were very thin to be honest. the aldi ones were really thick so are ok for the winter but in the summer i found they gave my daughter a nappy rash at times.
We moved away from the asda nappies because of this:

metro.co.uk/201…29/

I'm guessing they have sorted the problem out now as they are back on shelves, but thought it may be worth people making there own decision on whether to use them or not. We use pampers dry nights with our twins, but only when on offer.
chadders061 h, 44 m ago

We moved away from the asda nappies because of …We moved away from the asda nappies because of this:http://metro.co.uk/2017/07/24/asda-withdraws-nappies-from-shops-after-baby-left-with-blistered-skin-6803229/I'm guessing they have sorted the problem out now as they are back on shelves, but thought it may be worth people making there own decision on whether to use them or not. We use pampers dry nights with our twins, but only when on offer.


My little boy had an allergic reaction to their sensitive newborn baby wipes and they refused to give me my money back or accept any complaint. I have got to say I have always used the little angels nappies with no issue but would never use the wipes, I guess it varies with every child.
Good idea for pointing that story out
Fantastic deal by the way X!
We use both nappies and wipes and can't fault them
__shopperrr__19 h, 45 m ago

I've been using pampers for 5 years for my 2 kids and just switched to …I've been using pampers for 5 years for my 2 kids and just switched to asdas little angel nappies they are much better than pampers and well good quality.


Disagree but hey ho.
be2st12 h, 44 m ago

I second that, we found Aldi one is good.


I found Aldi newborn nappies being really good. In fact they're exactly the same as Tesco newborn ones. I bet they're made in the same factory/ies by the same manufacturer.
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