Pampers Deals

Pampers Deals & Offers

2,739 deals27,255 comments
Pampers have been helping parents and caregivers around the world freshen up the nappy area of their bubs for decades. Pampers come in all different sizes and styles to suit different ages and situations, whether it’s an ultra-dry nappy for a newborn or the toilet-training kind for a two year old to wear at bedtime. Deals on Pampers can be found on a special page on HotUKDeals. Read more
Pampers Sensitive Baby Wipes 12 x 52 per pack - £6.45 at Morrisons
89°
30/05/2021Expires on 30/05/2021Posted 2 h, 7 m agoPosted 2 h, 7 m ago
Pampers sensitive baby wipes 12 packs x 52 wipes. £6.45 in store. You can order online for delivery but there will be a delivery charge. There was also Huggies for £7 which I ch… Read more
Pampers New Baby Jumbo Pack Nappies - size 1, 2 or 3 now £4.99 (Minimum Basket / Delivery Fee Applies)@ Morrisons
454°
TODAYTODAYPosted 3rd MayPosted 3rd May
Morrisons have pampers jumbo packs on discount. Bought in store but they also seem to be doing them for delivery Offer price £4.99 when you order by 12/05/2021. Offer subject to … Read more
AdelRawas

We needed a size 0 for a couple of weeks. Not many babies use size 0 though. For size 0 your only option is Asda and pampers. other brands they start at size 1. Asda's size 0 was okay not terrible but their bigger sizes were shockingly worse than any other brand. Try not to bulk buy untill the baby is size 3. As we always ended up with extra nappies when we moved a size up and was a waste. Get yourself an Asda size 0 just incase and take it with you to the hospital, they are cheap as chips, I think 60-80p for a pack roughly.

AdelRawas

You won't regret it I promise. The design is different to any other brand. The only one that holds all night for us

absami

Agree on Aldi’s Mamia brand. Size 1 is going great so far and very economical. Lidl’s Lupilu brand kept leaking. Will try Sainsbury as recommended next time.

Jawz

How many packs do you actually need? This is a good offer. First due Aug/Sept and wondered how many of each size would be a good start whilst this price?

Abigail_Robinson

Great deal (y)

Pampers Active Fit Nappies Size 4, 9kg-14kg, Jumbo+ Pack (More sizes available) £5.99 (Minimum Basket / Delivery Fee Applies) at Morrisons
309°
TODAYTODAYPosted 3rd MayPosted 3rd May
Available in store and online until 12/05. Online orders come with delivery charge. Size 4,5&6 available. Product Information Unleash your wild child! As your baby becomes mo… Read more
mpressive

How this isn’t scorching I don’t know! I bow down to the OP for this. Thanks!!!!

Supercharged

and the pants!

Torquey

Having tried and tested every brand of nappy over the last 5 years, Pampers are so far behind. Give me Morrison's (Nutmeg) or Aldi's (Mamia) own brand any day. Morrisons baby wipes ftw (poo)

anjelika123

Thanks OP, heat added (y)

Dil_Breaker

Excellent deal - thought I’d got a good deal from Asda at £4.50 for 37

Boots Pampers Nappy Pants size 4 x 23 pack £1.40 at Boots Watford
185°
Posted 30th AprPosted 30th AprLocalLocal
Reduced Pampers Nappy Pants size 4 x23 pack at Boots Watford shopping centre
Melbury

No, sorry, but all disposable nappies should be banned as there are billions of them going into landfill each year. I can't have a plastic carrier bag, but it is okay for tons of dirty, plastic coated nappies to be buried! End of rant :)

Andy

Great find and first deal, @Mina_Parmar-Shah - thank you for taking the time to post :)

Newsletter
Deal Alerts!
Want the hottest deals in your inbox?
Subscribe to receive an overview of the hottest deals posted each day.
hotukdeals
hotukdeals 
Pampers New Baby Size 0 Nappies Carry Pack x24 £2.49 (Free Click And Collect) at Superdrug
208° Expired
Posted 7th AprPosted 7th Apr
Wrap your baby in Pampers Premium Protection, Pampers' softest comfort and unbeatable skin protection, the only newborn nappies approved by the British Skin Foundation. Features W… Read more
joetheheartbreaker

I think lidls lupilu are cheaper too. Amazing value stuff

Fonzy1910

Good price for what these normally sell for. We never needed size 0 nappies but we used Pampers size 1. They were very good but not significantly better than the much cheaper supermarket alternatives, of which we found the Lidl Lupilu ones to be the best.