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Pampers Baby-Dry Nappies Monthly Saving Pack - Size 6, Pack of 124 £13.48 or with S&S
Pampers Baby-Dry Nappies Monthly Saving Pack - Size 6, Pack of 124 £13.48 or with S&S

Pampers Baby-Dry Nappies Monthly Saving Pack - Size 6, Pack of 124 £13.48 or with S&S

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Size 6 are £10.78 if you use Subscribe & Save.
124 nappies or 8.7p/nappy

Similar deals on other sizes e.g

Size 5 are £11.82 if you use Subscribe & Save.
144 nappies or 8.2p/nappy

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Thanks - I subscribe and save this size pampers already but I have cancelled it and set up a new subscription to make certain I get this great price on my next delivery

it's for prime members only!

Thanks. ordered.

Have some heat op great price

ordered these after seeing the post the other day but lots of people saying they're inferior quality compared to other Pampers : -(
Edited by: "laurieleigh" 12th Jan

Prime only

miducky

Thanks - I subscribe and save this size pampers already but I have … Thanks - I subscribe and save this size pampers already but I have cancelled it and set up a new subscription to make certain I get this great price on my next delivery



​How do you make sure you get a great price on the next delivery?

other sizes OOS now

Premium protection pampers are the ones of superior quality

Well here's some nice discrimination from Amazon... not eligible if you're an amazon student prime member... so people who have babies aren't students as well?

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honeymonster86

Well here's some nice discrimination from Amazon... not eligible if … Well here's some nice discrimination from Amazon... not eligible if you're an amazon student prime member... so people who have babies aren't students as well?


Is the Amazon Student Prime membership same price as 'normal' Prime?

loofer

Is the Amazon Student Prime membership same price as 'normal' Prime?



No it's not, but I would have thought twice about it had I known it did not include Amazon Family...especially as I subscribed when the normal Amazon Prime was on offer at £58....

honeymonster86

Well here's some nice discrimination from Amazon... not eligible if … Well here's some nice discrimination from Amazon... not eligible if you're an amazon student prime member... so people who have babies aren't students as well?



Thanks for pointing this out....quite disappointing...

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oliviasignoret

No it's not, but I would have thought twice about it had I known it did … No it's not, but I would have thought twice about it had I known it did not include Amazon Family...especially as I subscribed when the normal Amazon Prime was on offer at £58....


Hardly call it discriminatory. There's let's say full fat product that has more benefits and you pay more for that, but they've recognised that significant population of students might not want those benefits and the trade off was losing Amazon Family or whatever they call it.

I accept it would be better if they had a simple comparison table that showed what benefits are included in each.

loofer

Hardly call it discriminatory. There's let's say full fat product that … Hardly call it discriminatory. There's let's say full fat product that has more benefits and you pay more for that, but they've recognised that significant population of students might not want those benefits and the trade off was losing Amazon Family or whatever they call it.I accept it would be better if they had a simple comparison table that showed what benefits are included in each.



I did not call it discriminatory

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oliviasignoret

I did not call it discriminatory


Apologies, it was honeymonster86.

Students are always being d

loofer

Apologies, it was honeymonster86.



Students are always being discrimnated against and this is just another in a long line of them. I have amazon prime, why should the fact I am student entitle to me less than a non-student with amazon prime?

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honeymonster86

Students are always being dStudents are always being discrimnated against … Students are always being dStudents are always being discrimnated against and this is just another in a long line of them. I have amazon prime, why should the fact I am student entitle to me less than a non-student with amazon prime?


Because it's 2 different products/services with different offers included. As a student, you're still welcome to pay for the full prime service like the rest of us non-Students do ...whereas conversely we can't access Student Prime (for the right reasons)

here have a read of this (it's for U.S version but I'm sure there's similarities)
thecollegeinvestor.com/242…nt/

Mamia, little angels and little big do the same job at low cost. If you are not obsessed with this brand.

loofer

Size 6 are £10.78 if you use Subscribe & Save. 124 nappies or … Size 6 are £10.78 if you use Subscribe & Save. 124 nappies or 8.7p/nappySimilar deals on other sizes e.gSize 5 are £11.82 if you use Subscribe & Save.144 nappies or 8.2p/nappy



Loofer - I've tried replying to your Private Message but it is telling me you don't have private messaging turned on (even though I received your message).

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