Sainsbury's SLASH the price of nappies! - Sainsbury's Little Ones Only £2 (5p Per Nappy)
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Sainsbury's SLASH the price of nappies! - Sainsbury's Little Ones Only £2 (5p Per Nappy)

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Edited by:"hukd_17"Found 12th Sep 2017
Sainsbury's are selling the UK's cheapest nappies!

From Monday 11 September until Sunday 1 October

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Yep, only 5p a nappy on the teeny tiny size...
Please don't slash nappies, the results aren't pleasant

Sainsburys used to do an "Eco" version of Little Ones, assume that was a few years back, can't see any sign of them currently (thinking of my expectant brother and sister-in-law)
The "Eco" version is called a "Terry towelling nappy" , much cheaper in the long run and doesn't contaminate our land fill with sh.. and polyester etc . Of course too difficult, time consuming for modern parents . SIgh
Edited by: "rogparki" 12th Sep 2017
Comments on this deal appear to be mysteriously disappearing ( I wonder why hmmm )
rogparki2 h, 2 m ago

The "Eco" version is called a "Terry towelling nappy" , much cheaper in …The "Eco" version is called a "Terry towelling nappy" , much cheaper in the long run and doesn't contaminate our land fill with sh.. and polyester etc . Of course too difficult, time consuming for modern parents . SIgh



Not sure how in depth my brother and his wife are going to look into Eco options, but you can get rewashable nappies, along with rewashable sanitary towels, but that's a whole other thread and conversation....
I posted a constructive comment last night and it's been removed - why?

Are we not allowed to comment on a deal these days....
Edited by: "beccajay" 13th Sep 2017
cheaper from Asda, there size one nappies are 4.3p or 4.8p per nappy, standard price Asda Nappies
Even size 6 is super cheap 60 nappies for £5.... plus nectar points/coupons.... seriously cheap....

sainsburys.co.uk/sho…ies

Other sizes jumbo packs are cheap too
4.54p for the smallest size at Aldi so not the cheapest? and Aldi nappies are pretty good (dont know how Sainsburys compare though)
Edited by: "jamhops" 13th Sep 2017
rogparki10 h, 38 m ago

The "Eco" version is called a "Terry towelling nappy" , much cheaper in …The "Eco" version is called a "Terry towelling nappy" , much cheaper in the long run and doesn't contaminate our land fill with sh.. and polyester etc . Of course too difficult, time consuming for modern parents . SIgh



Not all modern parents are the same, that's exactly what we did and saved a small fortune (even considering the washing etc) but drying outside is free and who doesn't find the sight of nappies on the washing line aesthetically pleasing?!?!?
Edited by: "v8griff" 13th Sep 2017
Sainsbury's nappies are awful, even on offer I wouldnt bother!
teeny_loves19 m ago

Sainsbury's nappies are awful, even on offer I wouldnt bother!


We use them. Not the best but loads better than the Aldi ones.
Strange cos I keep reading everywhere that the Aldi (Mamia) and Lidl (Toujours) nappies are the most raved about out the lot! Think it has something to do with how the nappy fits your baby too - sis used to love Huggies but some parents didn't rate them at all.
These nappies are not great at all...recently used them on my new born and they would soil his clothes every time 😑
The better ones are Asda little ones
Lidls and pampers.
Edited by: "blueeyedgirl123" 17th Sep 2017
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