Pampers Active Fit Size 5 Plus Monthly Pack (124 Nappies) £14.58 per pack S&S or £18.22 for one off delivery @ Amazon
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Pampers Active Fit Size 5 Plus Monthly Pack (124 Nappies) £14.58 per pack S&S or £18.22 for one off delivery @ Amazon

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Found 1st Oct 2013
Best price Amazon have had these at £18.22 a pack for one off delivery according to CamelCamelCamel but an even lower £14.58 a pack if you opt for subscribe and save. Just ordered a few packs for delivery next month in advance of son going up to this size in the near future. As with all Amazon offers you need to be quick as they generally are short lived with prices going back up after a few hours!

Only slightly off the lowest they have been before as according to CamelCamelCamel (use the same link above for access to these and just change the size over):
The size 5's are also low at £19.41 for a one off delivery or £15.53 if you sign up for subscribe and save. Lowest they have been is £18.89 a pack for one off delivery.
The size 4+'s are also low at £19.43 for a one off delivery or £15.54 if you sign up for subscribe and save. Lowest they have been is £18.92 a pack for one off delivery.

16 Comments

unless your baby is overweight they should really be in pull ups at this age...

I didn't realise these packs had an age printed on them so not sure how you are able to tell the childs age.....
My son is 21 months old and going into 5plus - he is by no means overweight, he is however tall for his age and has always been in a bigger size nappy.

Original Poster

MrsFwasM

I didn't realise these packs had an age printed on them so not sure how … I didn't realise these packs had an age printed on them so not sure how you are able to tell the childs age.....My son is 21 months old and going into 5plus - he is by no means overweight, he is however tall for his age and has always been in a bigger size nappy.



Thanks MrsFwasM for your comment:) I also didn't realise that Pampers had an age printed on them! My son is also not overweight at all - infact he is very slim but he too is also very tall for his age (he is 19 months old) and so I find getting a larger nappy the only way for him to be comfy without it sitting too low on him. I'm glad I'm not the only one who has to buy larger nappies as we have always been the same as you too.
Why would someone put such a nasty comment on a deal post as Darklord did? So according to Darklord either your child is fat or not developing properly if they need size 5+ nappies and can't use pull ups????!!!!! oO

Darklord

unless your baby is overweight they should really be in pull ups at this … unless your baby is overweight they should really be in pull ups at this age...



My daughter was in size 5 until at least 24months and then started her on pull ups which to be honest she could get these off much easier than pull ups and they kept accidents in. She knew how to use the toilet very early on but just chose not to unfortunately :-/ She's not overweight either and is tall for her age and very slender.....

my son is disabled and wears these. sorry that he isnt in pull ups. ****.

Since when did 5+ dictate that your child was overweight?!!! Seriously never heard so much rubbish and with that kind of attitude no wonder children have so many body issues! starting then off young! my son is 23 months old, not over weight but tall. Get a grip!!!

Glad we are all in agreement that the post by Darklord is a croc of sh*t

Darklord

unless your baby is overweight they should really be in pull ups at this … unless your baby is overweight they should really be in pull ups at this age...



What a moronic, judgmental and completely out of order comment.

Who on earth are you to dictate at what age a child should be in pull ups? EVERY child is different...when will idiotic people that make stupid comments like this ever learn?!

How much does it cost Per nappy

Original Poster

Thank you everyone for your lovely comments on my posted deal and for assuring me as a first time mum that I am not 'weird' in buying size 5+ nappies for my son - I really do appreciate it. When I read the post from Darklord on my posted deal I thought that I had posted a 'silly' deal and it also made me worry that I was doing something wrong as a mum in not having my son potty trained yet or in pull ups. Thank you again:)

Original Poster

herchallenge

How much does it cost Per nappy



12p a nappy with super saver or 15p for a one off delivery by my calcs.

Kool

Sazkit

Thank you everyone for your lovely comments on my posted deal and for … Thank you everyone for your lovely comments on my posted deal and for assuring me as a first time mum that I am not 'weird' in buying size 5+ nappies for my son - I really do appreciate it. When I read the post from Darklord on my posted deal I thought that I had posted a 'silly' deal and it also made me worry that I was doing something wrong as a mum in not having my son potty trained yet or in pull ups. Thank you again:)



Not at all, darklord needs to crawl back to the cesspit that he/she came from and learn to keep his/her mouth shut in future. Being a parent is hard enough as it is without ignorant comments like that. My little boy has sensory processing disorder and at 2.5 years old is still in 5+ as he has issues with pull ups. Makes my blood boil when ignoramuses make comments like that!

What an idiot writing that! How the hell would he know how old your child was? In my opinion pull ups are an excuse for people who can't be arsed potty training properly just yet. So id rather keep my 1 year old in active fit til he's 2 and half and ready to potty train without the use of overpriced pull up NAPPIES. You pull them up, so what? Does that mean anything?

I think Darklord got the reaction he was looking for! Good deal though
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