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Pampers Nappies
Pampers Nappies

Pampers Nappies

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One for all those parents with babies who are slowly draining away all of yor cash.

Pampers Nappies with an average of 100 in a box.

This works out at only 8p - 10p each depending on what size you buy. This is bulk discount with an extra 25% off the cost working out a lot cheaper than shops like boots. The average baby uses over 5000 nappies so this could be a great saving. You may even use the Asda Vouchers on Hot Deals to get further discount.

8 Comments

thats a great deal

just wish asda would start home shopping in my area

I saw them the other day when I was in Asda, my local store only had the baby dry ones for £9, the active fit ones were the usual price, things could have changed since the other day though, anyone know?

thats a great deal but have you ever tried Tesco Super Fit, after having two kids and always using pampers i finally tried them with my third and find them much better quality than pampers, and a little cheaper :thumbsup:

You can get £1 vouchers from pampers making these even cheaper

yes - join the "pampers club" on - line and they regularly send money off vouchers (about £5 worth - £1 to be used against each buy) every few months

If you really want to save money on nappies get some washable ones. The best ones if you like the ease, stay dry inner and slim fit of disposables are pocket nappies like Happy Heinys.

If you change nappies on average 5-6 times a day then even at 10p each thats 50p a day which is nearly £500 over 2.5 yrs... its a lot of money compared to washables which can be used on another child or sold on when you are finished with them.


Christine

everydayisxmas

If you change nappies on average 5-6 times a day then even at 10p each … If you change nappies on average 5-6 times a day then even at 10p each thats 50p a day which is nearly £500 over 2.5 yrs... its a lot of money compared to washables which can be used on another child or sold on when you are finished with them. Christine

Reading that just made me think my mum uses mine as hand towels :w00t:

everydayisxmas

If you really want to save money on nappies get some washable ones. The … If you really want to save money on nappies get some washable ones. The best ones if you like the ease, stay dry inner and slim fit of disposables are pocket nappies like Happy Heinys.If you change nappies on average 5-6 times a day then even at 10p each thats 50p a day which is nearly £500 over 2.5 yrs... its a lot of money compared to washables which can be used on another child or sold on when you are finished with them. Christine




i have been consider about this before my kid came, but finally i decided to use disposable one, becoz u need to wash the washable one which cost water, washing powder, power, or may be hand wash but that cost time, and i think is worth to pay 50p a day to save all those cost, and for hyegic reason, i think disposable is better
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