Various pampers nappies £3.75 @ Tesco from 7th jan
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Various pampers nappies £3.75 @ Tesco from 7th jan

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Refreshed 22nd Jan (Posted 4th Jan)
tesco is celebrating turning 100yrs so Various pampers nappies (28-36 pk size)
Was £8 now £3.75 from 7th jan until 29th jan
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Thank you for sharing
Oh thanks was looking for an offer on these!
Will come in handy as we have another baby about to come any day now. Cheapest I've seen them for a long time too.
Thanks for sharing, will save my daughter some cash when buying nappies for my grandaughter.
Boots do a good deal 5 packets for 20 online only
Clarkey198517 h, 28 m ago

Will come in handy as we have another baby about to come any day now. …Will come in handy as we have another baby about to come any day now. Cheapest I've seen them for a long time too.


Congratulations! Great start to the New Year x
tinazors37 m ago

Congratulations! Great start to the New Year x


Thank you tinazor and yep a fantastic start to the new year
zed200015 h, 52 m ago

Boots do a good deal 5 packets for 20 online only


Is it still available?
stranger972 m ago

Is it still available?


I couldn’t find the offer earlier, these nappies are £8 each at boots
zed200016 h, 41 m ago

Boots do a good deal 5 packets for 20 online only


Its not available now, i was about to order but then i thought would go to store but sadly they said its online only and the next day the offer expired
I'm all in, stocking up when time comes, 4, 5 & 6 kids cost me a fortune.
zed200017 h, 44 m ago

Boots do a good deal 5 packets for 20 online only


Agreed, I placed an order before xmas for 5. Ended up buying another 10 packs this week as I thought I'd never buy pampers full price, might as well treat my little one's bum to a softer material for a few weeks
Kit and kin nappies are biodegradable, might not be cheaper than pampers but I have not had any problems with them, keep everything in no irritation. Don't be fooled by the name. They can be bought in any supermarkets Boots etc also you can order them from their website for even cheaper. At least you do something for our planet and our children's future.
Edited by: "Roller" 5th Jan
Roller1 h, 12 m ago

Kit and kin nappies are biodegradable, might not be cheaper than pampers …Kit and kin nappies are biodegradable, might not be cheaper than pampers but I have not had any problems with them, keep everything in no irritation. Don't be fooled by the name. They can be bought in any supermarkets Boots etc also you can order them from their website for even cheaper. At least you do something for our planet and our children's future.


It is awful that non biodegradable nappies are sold, all those in landfill!
thank you - for the deal - all sorted now in case their is a spaghetti bolognes nappy bomb!
I just bought some Asda brand! Just £2.5 for 70 wow ! Let see how they hold up too!
Is this instore only was looking online for delivery tomorrow and this offer doesnt show
Boboulas50 m ago

Is this instore only was looking online for delivery tomorrow and this …Is this instore only was looking online for delivery tomorrow and this offer doesnt show


Offers won’t show online until later today as you can order same day delivery now
Boboulas3 h, 2 m ago

Is this instore only was looking online for delivery tomorrow and this …Is this instore only was looking online for delivery tomorrow and this offer doesnt show


Offer now live for online orders
You guys not buy supermarket own brands? I think they’re just as good as pampers. From experience my ranking is:

1) Aldi Mamia
2) Tesco Fred and Flo
3) Lidl Lupilu
Often S&S can be a good option if you're willing to bulk buy .... Order 6 seperate consignments for the 15 percent off.

My girl is potty training now so fortunately I save a wad in nappies.... Invested that into a carpet cleaner now
Norwichlad2 h, 6 m ago

You guys not buy supermarket own brands? I think they’re just as good as p …You guys not buy supermarket own brands? I think they’re just as good as pampers. From experience my ranking is:1) Aldi Mamia2) Tesco Fred and Flo3) Lidl Lupilu


Not always true.

I've always found pampers are often cheaper than Aldi if you get the right offers. I've always used pampers at night for heavy soiling as own brands soil through.

Probably my fault giving too much water before bed!
The packaging is confusing? It says 6 and 32? Well which age does it fit?
Carter12345 m ago

The packaging is confusing? It says 6 and 32? Well which age does it fit?


They’re a size 6, 32 pack
Edited by: "ventman" 6th Jan
Carter12345 m ago

The packaging is confusing? It says 6 and 32? Well which age does it fit?


Means size 6, 32 nappies
ventman7 m ago

They’re a size 6, 32 pack


A girls size 6?
Norwichlad8 m ago

Means size 6, 32 nappies


They need to put it clearer on the packaging that it’s for a girls size 6 and not 32 year olds. I would have looked silly as I am at least a size 14.
We’ve tried pampers and Aldi own brand and tbh can’t tell the difference.. both perform as well as each other and no difference on the LO. The ones from Aldi I get 3 big packs (total of 132 nappies I think) for just over £5
spoonta5th Jan

I just bought some Asda brand! Just £2.5 for 70 wow ! Let see how they …I just bought some Asda brand! Just £2.5 for 70 wow ! Let see how they hold up too!


They're as good as pampers, f your not a brand snob. So are the ones from lidls. The best ones are aldis.
laura.dadic49 s ago

They're as good as pampers, f your not a brand snob. So are the ones from …They're as good as pampers, f your not a brand snob. So are the ones from lidls. The best ones are aldis.


I’m waiting for my baby to come will certainly try them all! I don’t think I can afford pampers’
spoonta6 m ago

I’m waiting for my baby to come will certainly try them all! I don’t thi …I’m waiting for my baby to come will certainly try them all! I don’t think I can afford pampers’


We started on pampers, had 2 babies in 2 years. Having literally changed thousands of nappies over the past 2 years, really can't tell a difference between them, other than the price. Only ones that are poor are home bargains budget nappies. So when we do get nappies from there we do get pampers (reluctantly).

Pampers in home bargains are 64 for £8.49 (size 4). All year round.
spoonta8 h, 20 m ago

I’m waiting for my baby to come will certainly try them all! I don’t thi …I’m waiting for my baby to come will certainly try them all! I don’t think I can afford pampers’


Tesco is the best for size 3 upwards. Would recommend size 1 and 2 Aldi nappies but not great after these sizes as they change the quality. Make sure you stock up on plenty of freebies like Emma's Diary packs, Mummy and baby event freebies, Amazon box (when available again) etc. I had about 40 nappies from a collected amount of freebies when pregnant.

That being said in the last 2 weeks, I've bulk bought Pampers in the Boots and Tesco offer as they are softer and better quality, particularly for size 3 upwards.
EdinburghShop856th Jan

We’ve tried pampers and Aldi own brand and tbh can’t tell the difference.. …We’ve tried pampers and Aldi own brand and tbh can’t tell the difference.. both perform as well as each other and no difference on the LO. The ones from Aldi I get 3 big packs (total of 132 nappies I think) for just over £5


exactly what we've found too.

12p each for pampers, is still about double a mamia nappy.
I find Aldi brand just as good if not better. Their wipes are really good too. Also their baby food pouches. I go to Aldi just to get baby stuff
Not meaning to be pedantic here but the offer appears to be on 'pants' not 'nappies', at least in my local Tesco. They are two different things as little ones usually wear one or the other during the day depending on the child and parent's preference. (and almost always nappies at night).
Limit of 6 per order online.
You have reached the maximum quantity of 6 for this item.
Roller5th Jan

Kit and kin nappies are biodegradable, might not be cheaper than pampers …Kit and kin nappies are biodegradable, might not be cheaper than pampers but I have not had any problems with them, keep everything in no irritation. Don't be fooled by the name. They can be bought in any supermarkets Boots etc also you can order them from their website for even cheaper. At least you do something for our planet and our children's future.



Totally agree. Not really that much more expensive either. They on offer at boots currently too. A normal nappy like this takes 500 years to biodegrade compared to a K&K one taking 5.

Even better use reusable ones. Far cheaper in the long run and anyone can do it no problem. Disposables didn't exists not long ago and we all manged fine.
Clarkey19854th Jan

Will come in handy as we have another baby about to come any day now. …Will come in handy as we have another baby about to come any day now. Cheapest I've seen them for a long time too.


Congratulations!
JayJey16 m ago

Congratulations!


Thank you!! Little man's doing amazing
I will be having my first born soon and wanted to ask if Anyone knows theses are good for new borns (the right size) or any other brands that are thanks
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