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Pampers nappies - £9 each or 6 packs for £30 (online only) + free delivery @ Boots
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Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Say goodbye to tricky nappy changes in Pampers Premium Active Fit Nappy Pants. Featuring an all-around stretchy waistband they go on with just one pull, even when your baby is wrig… Read more
louloupop02

Ooo 1p haha it evens out with the £2.40 worth of points handy if need other items delivered that amazon don’t sell

JPJPJP

£0.166666 that’s 17p in my world of rounding (party)

louloupop02

Boots will work out around 16p each plus parent points

LouiseSayers

I use supermarket own brand wasn't impressed with pampers at all.

JPJPJP

Only looked at size 6 but cheaper on amazon at £0.16.

Huggies Baby Wipes, Pure, 18 Packs (1008 Wipes Total) £10.50 Amazon Prime / £14.99 Non Prime
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Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Had a 3 camels alert set up for these, great price for 18 packs of wipes. Free shipping on prime.
x80ssm

My wife only buys Aqua pure Pampers wipes. Drives me nuts as per wipe it costs 5p a wipe; 80% more than these!

sherific

We've just finished our last pack and won't be buying these again. Really poor at removing 'dirt' from kids' bums. Much prefer Johnson's or even Pampers.

Dave898

Good deal. Sainsbury's have 12 packs for £7 too at the moment, which works out exactly the same cost per wipe, in case that suits anyone better.

tgill00

Terrible wipes - quality Is very poor

igrierson

Same goes for me. Used these for 15 months now. Tried pampers ones last time round as they were on offer but found that they were a bit too dry and the material didn’t pick up the dirt very well. In addition the resealable lid didn’t work very well so they would dry out. I’ve not tried amazon own-brand ones yet, but these are cheaper anyway!

Huggies Baby Wipes, Pure, 18 Packs (1008 Wipes Total) £12.30 / £11.76 S&S @ Amazon (+£4.49 non-prime)
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Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
Approximately 1p per wipe In stock 29th May Huggies Pure Baby Wipes You are sensitive about your little one, which is only natural. They're so small, so pure, so gentle. And of … Read more
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jonno946

Poor deal for the volume

Davidlesley

In fact they’re cheaper in Sainsburys 12packs = £7.50 = 62.5p a pack This amazon deal from OP is nearly 70p a pack from. so it’s a poor deal

Davidlesley

Meh nothing special these wipes are regularly 50p pack at various places. just wait I’d say. No point buying so many. But a few packs and then stock up when equivalent of 50p a pack so I’m going to apply cooling

koalauk

This is just a normal price. Been ordering at this price for few months.

BargainLovingMum

I ordered 3 boxes from boots at £12 each and free delivery. They each came in a massive cardboard box

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Rascal & Friends Essential Size 2 Nappies 54 Pack £4 @ Tesco (Min basket £40 + up to £4 delivery)
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02/06/2020Expires on 02/06/2020Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
Please shop responsibly. As Coronavirus uncertainty develops, we are seeing a lot of community demand for basic household items. Please do consider others - we all need to work tog… Read more
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Itsbowtime

Second this!

ChrisCurrie

Well for £4.00 I'd definitely recommend you give them a go (y)

BargainLovingMum

Will give these a go next time and see how we go (y) 🏼

ceepeepee

Best nappies we've ever used!

ChrisCurrie

Thanks - We've tried these before but didn't really like them. Prefer to stick with Rascal & Friends for our little one. Still a great price if these are what you like. I'm sure everyone has their preference and I wouldn't be surprised if it changes with each baby :D

Free Drynites Nappies sample
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Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
Get this fantastic free sample offer from DryNites with this free sample pack you will receive either a boys or girls sample pack which includes free nappies, an information pack, … Read more
chazel5153

Thanks for sharing. Ordered. Should be here in 7 working days

BigRed84

LOL (lol)

disneyprincessxo

Great thanks going to try out the 7+ one for my child with autism (y)

Garrwyn

How many do we get ? If it's 1 I'm not gonna bother.

stace639

Ordered! Thanks (y)

Pampers Premium Protection,Size 3, 204 Nappies, 6-10 kg - £18.55 (+£4.49 non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 4th MayPosted 4th May
Amazing price works out at 9p a nappy
ShortyRees

Mine arrived the day before yesterday and are most certainly genuine.

joeymcjoe

If you’re a Costco member they usually have these (definitely genuine) on offer around 10p a nappy. Worth considering if you can.

chezvegas85

same, add another tenner for size 4 & 34 less nappies too. Ridiculous price hike

DryUrEyesMate

I need a size 4(flirt)

Adhi001

So many negative reviews, people complaining that they are not genuine pampers!!

Tesco Pampers Premium Protection Nappy Pants Size 4 - 34 Nappies - £4.50 @ Tesco
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02/06/2020Expires on 02/06/2020Posted 30th AprPosted 30th Apr
Half price (usually £9 at Tesco, £8 at Asda)
Rascal & Friends Essential Size 4 Nappies 44Pk - £4 @ Tesco (Min basket £40 + up to £7 delivery)
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Posted 29th AprPosted 29th Apr
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Peanut49

Cloth nappies are better. No worry about everyone stockpiling because you own them. Better for little bums (no chemicals) and better for the planet.

katek

Third that!!

becky0511

You would need a size 5, they are slightly bigger in size than pampers

colour_chameleon

What are they like size-wise? My little girl wears 5+ but they don’t do the + sizes (skeptical)

charlotte.ball

Yes us too! So much thicker and softer than any of the others.

Huggies Pull-Ups Boy's Night Time Potty Training Pants, 2-4 Years, (52 Pants) £9.04 (£8.59 with S&S / +£4.49 Non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 25th AprPosted 25th Apr
Morrisons have 23 Pants for £8 Boots 13 Pants for £5 (out of stock) Huggies Pull Ups training pants for boys 2-4 years fits boys 18-23kgs. Available in a variety of fun Disney… Read more
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Darren03

Out of stock?

Diamond_Studd

Sorry to hear that - not every deal is for everyone

judelarosa

Cold for me as huggy pull ups are not good

Pampers size 1 (144) for £12.86 (+£4.49 Non Prime) or (£12.22 with s&s) @ Amazon
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Posted 22nd AprPosted 22nd Apr
Great price
Doran1965

You get 2 jumbo packs which contain 72 each so these work out at £6.43 per jumbo pack which is much cheaper than asda which you are saying £11 just for one!

chitychatty

First time we tried to get out the house, it took us about 8 hours: Waaah - oh, she's hungry zzzz - oh she's asleep on you prrrp - oh she's soiled her nappy Waaah - oh she's hungry again zzzz - oh she's asleep on you again prrrp - oh, she's soiled herself again fk - the shops are shut, let's go to the 24hr garage That's just the last two hours of the commentary (lol)

c58

Yeah all the jumbo packs are £11 at asda or 2 for £17 so this really isn't great deal

zcaprd7

A trip to tescos is the last thing they need?

marleycat

These are £9 per pack or 2 packs for £14 at tesco.

Huggies Pure Baby Wipes - 18 Pack (1008 Wipes) - £12.38 Delivered @ Amazon (+£4.49 Non-Prime)
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Posted 21st AprPosted 21st Apr
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samirhym

Same I don't like this brand, it tends to tear just coming out of the packet. I get Mamia (Aldi) when I can those are much better

thomassean83

Really ??? (shock) (shock)

Random_clicks

Pour a bit of water in, let it settle, problem solved.

haggisheid

Thanks OP, we normally go to Aldi for ours, but not going to stand in a queue to get wet wipes that will save me 10p a pack, and the ones from Lidl are so small and poor quality, so will happily pay the extra price.

tronki13

Costco 12 for 5 quid

Huggies Baby Wipes, Size S/M - 56 Wipes - 80p Prime/ £5.31 Non prime (Max. 2 per account) @ Amazon UK
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Posted 20th AprPosted 20th Apr
Update 1
Now 80p 25/4
In stock. Might help someone who needs it. (y) Please shop responsibly. As Coronavirus uncertainty develops, we are seeing a lot of community demand for basic household items… Read more
saj2011

Or the 18 pack on amazon. works out 68p each That is when it’s available. Can order tho

wassap

A pack of 12 is £9 at asda, which works out at 75p. So this isnt all that cheap, but its ok if you dont want to step into a supermarket.

roastspud

Thanks

TWF Baby Swim Nappy (Various Sizes from 0 to 24m / Various Colours) £4.62 delivered @ Allens Of Kingsbury
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Refreshed 21st MayRefreshed 21st May
Update 1
0-4 months sizes back in stock in all colours
Excellent price for these Baby Swim Nappies. Normally these are around £9 to £14. Great for when you have the paddling pool out or when they allow back on the beaches. The most imp… Read more
Liam5170

Anyone rose read that initially as WTF nappies?

lisaport

These looked great, but only 0-4 months in 4 colours and 4-8 months in the other

wombourne

A few colours 24+ months at the same price. Thanks.

Pampers Baby-Dry Nappy Pants Size 7, 112 Nappy Pants - £20.16 @ Amazon
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Posted 15th AprPosted 15th Apr
When baby becomes active and tries to roll or crawl away during changing time, taped nappies can be hard to put on, or can become loose. Then it’s time for Pampers Baby-Dry Nappy P… Read more
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javic

That's 48 nappies, not 112 like this pack.

chitychatty

cheers OP, same for size 6 if anyone wants... Extra £1.06 off for the S&S

disneyprincessxo

It goes on weight. My 6 year old wears these size 7 (he has autism) He’s on the small side though.

TDMPRO2K

Defo pants my twin boys wear them, but hopefully stopping soon as we have had break through today and used the potty 4 times in a row... finally my wallet can rest...

Ybansal

Are you sure you are quoting prices of pants.. And that too 112 pieces.

Tommee Tippee Twist and Click Advanced Nappy Disposal Sangenic Tec Bin, White £11.99 (Prime) / £16.48 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Posted 15th AprPosted 15th Apr
Features & details The only bin that individually seals each nappy for unbeatable odour block Antibacterial multi-layer film kills 99% of germs New efficient twist & cli… Read more
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k4te

Great bin, We use these from Amazon to refill the cartridges. Super easy and haven’t noticed any difference in door retention. amazon.co.uk/dp/B07QXL4ZMD/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_n.eNEbYMX7H7C

lushlauz

I would say about 2 weeks. Would depend on the size of the nappies. My daughter is 8 weeks old, we are on our 3rd cartridge but we only use it downstairs in the day and she was in hospital for nearly a week.

terrimcgovern

Can anybody shed light on if there is a cheaper option than the cartridges?

hawkeye01

Anyone know how long the cartridges last before they need replacing?

AdelRawas

Which Aldi bags and do they fit properly?

Neon Shark Reusable swim nappy for kids - £4.49 (+£2.99 Delivery) @ Aldi
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Posted 13th AprPosted 13th Apr
Reusable nappy pants - avoid accidents in the paddling pool Free shipping over £20
a15ha

(lol) Wasn't expecting this for my shark alert either

Rickardo

Hmm, not what I had in mind when I added Shark as a keyword for alerts!

Jimmyboy

Until I had kids I never knew anything about swim nappies. I soon realised they do nothing in the water! Obviously they can't absorb anything as are not water tight. All they really do is keep a number 2 from escaping and they don't even do that very well (only happened once and we removed him immediately obviously). These look like a good alternative

rockingcricket

Normal to pee in the pool? You’re a monster. Get out!

Kamicaol

Heat added, cracking find for the kids in our pool.

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