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24 packs of huggies baby wipes £12 @ Tesco
11/09/2018Expires on 11/09/2018Found 17th AugFound 17th Aug
On offer at Tescos at the mo. One pack of 12x 56 wipes for 10.50 or 2 for £12.
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Good deal! To add Morrisons is also doing the same.


Good point just picked him up phew...


@akchpmn should baby not be at home?


@MrSprkle is it plastered on? 'force' :-)


Good deal if you like these wipes however with the baby event currently at Aldi you can get over 1500 wipes for less than this than this and I think they're the best wipes too.

Mamia Sensitive Baby Wipes 12 packs - £5.49 instore @ Aldi
LocalLocalFound 15th AugFound 15th Aug
Box of 12x 64 baby wipes - 46p a pack. In-store from 16th August. Already stacked high at mine as you walk in through the door!

What's the original price of these?


Brilliant thank you!


Fab price


Must just be my baby’s bottom that despises these wipes, came out in blisters where ever we used them (fierce)


Defo best wipes! Tryed them all but these are best. Nappys too

Huggies Pure baby wipes JUMBO pack (72 wipes instead of 56) x 10 £5.14 @ Costco (membership only). (720 wipes is almost 13 standard pack of 56)
26/08/2018Expires on 26/08/2018Found 11th AugFound 11th Aug
Most places do 50p per pack of 56 wipes. This is 51p per pack of 72 wipes. Good deal if you have Costco membership. (Apologies if you don't have the costco membership.) I do… Read more
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Heat for price but these wipes are a bit rubbish. Own brand seem to be best value for money.


Should be national if in the booklet??


Are they in Birmingham costco?


Argos is fine,just rip it up first.socks is a no no


Don't throw socks down there either. Or argos catalogues.

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Johnson's Baby Wipes 12 packs for £7 (58p per pack) & Free  Grocomforter Gerri Giraffe worth £10.99 if You make your order upto £10 on Baby items @ Amazon
Found 4th AugFound 4th Aug
Johnsons Baby wipes currently on offer at amazon 12 pack for £7 buy 2 packs or make your order up to £10 and get Grocomforter free worth £10.99. The offer is available on £10 spen… Read more
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After 'Proceed to checkout', make sure the delivery method is the same for both items (Standard Delivery). My discount did not show until I had done this.


I just added the wet wipes to my baby wishlist ,then ordered 2 boxes and the comforter, the discount was applied. Thanks op :)


Hi make sure the items in your basket show they are from your baby wishlist


I’m not getting the free comforter up on my amazon 😥 just a price draw..... will check again later


Same price in boots Tesco goes between 6 and 7 quid recently too

Free Grocomforter  when you spend £10 in Baby items  @ Amazon
31/08/2018Expires on 31/08/2018Found 1st AugFound 1st Aug
Create a Baby Wish List, spend £10 in Baby items and get a Grocomforter for FREE Please see Terms and Conditions below. Link to Grocomforter <em>amazon.co.uk/b/r… Read more
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It appears to work with each order ie not limited to one per account:D


Thanks, also ordered


thanks basically did a BOGOF on the conforters


Thanks, ordered!


Hi Only works with Giraffe

12 pack of Huggies pure baby wipes £6 @ Boots
Found 1st AugFound 1st Aug
Reduced in Boots' baby event, free c&c. Were £10.50. I love these wipes, they are nice and thick and suitable for use with newborns.
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Incineration is energy intensive and of course releases all sorts of toxic gases. As it's all about disposing of waste at minimal cost and hassle, burying it all in the ground is deemed the most effective way I guess. Incineration is used I believe but not at the scales to get rid of the waste we produce so most ends up in landfill. Pretty depressing really.


" ... and buried in landfill." That's a very interesting reality check on truth that ... Why can't they just incinerate the majority of such 'stuffs' instead?. Or am I still missing something ...


They're actually £1 or 3 for £2 in Tesco (67p) https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/search?query=huggies&icid=tescohp_sws-1_huggies


50p in tesco


If they're flushed, yes. Which the overwhelming majority won't be. Because they're mostly used for wiping babies bums, placing into the nappy sack along with the soiled nappy and into the general waste stream and buried in landfill.

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Fellowes Screen Wipes £3 down from £4 / Air Duster £2.50 down from £3 instore @ ASDA
LocalLocalFound 30th JulFound 30th Jul
I have always found ASDA to be the cheapest for air duster and screen wipes anyway, but they're extra cheap at the moment. Looks like instore as I can't find them on the website I… Read more

The cheap one leaks propellant constantly. Lots have mentioned it one this site and I have used enough to know it's a dud as compressed air goes. The wider diameter of the Fellowes straw allows more air to be pushed per blast. If you have an old computer to clean out, the poundshop can won't cut it.


What are you talking about there is not leakage with the poundland one, It's not the size of the Straw


350ml vs 200ml. The Fellowes’ straw is also much wider. You only get a weedy puff from the pound shop can. Fine for delicate jobs apart from the constant leakage, even when holding the can upright.


What size is the asda one?


Those are half the size and power of this. Plus they leak propellant.

Johnson's Gentle Baby Wipes 12pk (Savers, Gloucester) instore for £5.49
LocalLocalFound 27th JulFound 27th Jul
Not bad for a 12pk of wipes. Normally down to £6 in places like Tesco. These are in Savers in the Gloucester branch but they keep restocking them so migbt be in other stores. John… Read more
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These are great for making fatbergs!

9 Pampers sensitive wipes 3 boxes (27 packs) for £15 instore at Morrisons
LocalLocalFound 23rd JulFound 23rd Jul
Morrisons instore have box of 9 Pampers sensitive wipes for £8 but you can buy 3 for £15. That's 27 packs for £15

Yes, but it ends tomorrow (25th)


https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/pampers-wipes-24-packs-for-14-instore-tesco-2989623 Thought my find was good... great find OP


Is that national?


In my experience, Asda Little Angels is better than this (& huggies) and cheaper too (12 * 64) https://groceries.asda.com/product/little-angels-sensitive-wipes/asda-little-angels-sensitive-cotton-soft-baby-wipes-0-months/910002971946


Can you point me to the cheaper deal on Amazon

Mamas and Papas Essentials Baby Changing Bag with magnetic closure choice of grey, rust or duck egg £7.99 delivered @ eBay sold by Argos
Found 22nd JulFound 22nd Jul
Great price for a no frills changing bag, I have one downstairs like this with a change of clothes, cream, hand gel, nappies, wipes, nappy bags and bibs in keeps it nice and neat a… Read more

Sorry yes seems to have gone have expired. Keep checking though they sometimes come back in


I guess its no longer available


Just red left!


Perfect timing and goes with my new pushchair. Cheers


This couldn't be better timing. Nappies and wipes have been competing with keys and phones for space in my wife's handbag. Tempted to get two at this price (why?)

Amazon - Johnson's Baby Extra Sensitive Fragrance Free Wipes - Pack of 18, Total 1008 Wipes & 50p VOUCHER ! (+£4.49 del for non-Prime)
Found 22nd JulFound 22nd Jul
Amazon - Johnson's Baby Extra Sensitive Fragrance Free Wipes - Pack of 18, Total 1008 Wipes & 50p VOUCHER on first S&S ORDER!
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It's not from "your wishlist" it should be from "baby's wishlist"


nope me too 18 pack for 5.93


You don't really want one of those sangenic things anyway they're a massive waste of.. everything


I changed it to desktop mode but still no joy. I click on 'view your wishlist' this is when it shows the 2 items. Then add the nappy disposal first and wipes second. I then go into my basket and proceed to the end.......u gussed it still 20. Not to worry Thanks for your help


Did you add them to the baby wishlist first or straight into the basket? I just had a go and it did take off £10 on the last page of checking out.

Andrex Washlets Flushable Toilet Tissue Wipes, Gentle Clean - 12 Pack (Total 480 Wipes) - £10.09 Prime / £14.58 non Prime @ Amazon
Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
This item contains 12 packs, 42 wipes per pack, total 480 toilet tissue wipes Andrex Gentle Clean Washlets are lightly moistened toilet tissue wipes, fragrance free, for the delic… Read more
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5240691/Flushed-wet-wipes-pollute-planet-500-YEARS.html "Andrex's washlets are biodegradable Made from: The company did not respond to our request for comment, but insist their wipes, impregnated with water, moisturisers, preservatives and fragrance, are flushable and biodegradable. Thames Water suggests you conduct your own test: ‘Put a wipe into an empty plastic bottle and half fill with water. Shake well for a minute. If it’s not completely dissolved, it’s not flushable.’ Recyclable/biodegradable: When I tested this method, the wipe did dissolve, suggesting Andrex’s claims are accurate."


INCORRECT actually. They are misnamed. They should really be called WETWIPEBERGS. "Wet wipes make up 93% of matter causing UK sewer blockages" Source: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/dec/12/baby-wipes-93-percent-matter-causing-uk-sewer-blockages Gel Wipes offer an alternative that doesn't cause the problem at all as it's gel you put on tissue.


Ermmmm no ... they are created by a combination of fat and oil based products (e.g wipes) that snag on the joints of pipes. None of these are flushable... not that much of the human race care or will change their selfish habits. For those that may wish to educate themselves... https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-england-41246551/fatbergs-what-causes-them-and-how-to-prevent-them


Hi, it was a tick box for me, but op says - 30SNSPRIME


Hi, which voucher? Thanks

Johnson's baby wipes £0.65 each instore @ Tesco
LocalLocalFound 18th JulFound 18th Jul
Johnson's wipes for £0.65 each. Works out £3.90 for pack of 6. Usually pack of 6 is around £6.

I think that is Extra Sensitive wipes. Still will help help anyone looking for that one :)


Check your nearest semi-chem if you have one, as they used to be around £4 every day of the year for a 6 pack, so there are far cheaper options than £6 here and there.


Tesco also selling the 12 pack for £6 currently so 50p per pack. https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/278044361


Heat added (y) Morrisons are running an offer for 6 packs for £3.00 https://groceries.morrisons.com/webshop/product/Nutmeg-Fragrance-Free-Sensitive-Baby-Wipes/358115011?from=offers&tags=|19998 Another option.

Pampers  wipes 24 packs for £14 instore @ Tesco
LocalLocalFound 18th JulFound 18th Jul
Pampers wipes- £11 for 12pack or 2x packs of 12 of for £14 that’s 58.3p a pack Offer available in store nationally and also online
ZEISS Lens Wipes - Pack of 200 - £6.65 @ Amazon Prime Day
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
The professional cleaning solution for all high quality, coated precision lenses. High Quality Micro Fine Tissue Suitable for all optical surfaces including smartphones, tablets,… Read more

Aldi ones are much cheaper and are great. Another Amazon 'not really a deal'.


I always used to pick a packet up when travelling to the USA (sold in Walmart opticians) for my spectacles. Pros : They clean incredibly well. Cons: Removed AR coating from my lenses within 2-3 months of use. Maybe as a once in a while cleaning tool to remove grease, but avoid daily use on your specs


Easy to leave 1 of these in your wallet and a couple in the car. Glasses can get marked at really awkward times and these are easier than having several microfibre cloths in different locations; and it'd be more awkward in my wallet IMHO. I have a micro fibre cloth at home too but - if you buy a huge pack like this - you might as well use these as microfibre cloths get dusty and these are single use and so always clean when you need one.


That’s what I always carry around with me for when I mark my glasses :(


Just get a couple of sylvette clothes. Perfect for camera lenses and machine washable.

Water wipes pack of 18 x 60 wipes (1080 wipes) £29.99 amazon prime day
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Prime day deal - much cheaper than anywhere else!
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Normally £24 for 12 pack at Costco


In Poundland - s-h-i-t-e copy range and not the same, this range normally £24.99 at this moment is rip off price


Those are natural wipes, I was caught out by the copycat packaging as well, they aren't the same and are full of chemicals :(


Cold because it’s a wipe with just water on why is it so god dam expensive.


Spotted these in my local Poundland just over a week ago (nerd)

Holts Screenies Car Glass Wipes 20pk £1 @ Wilko
Found 15th JulFound 15th Jul
Fast cleaning of interior and exterior glass Quickly removes stubborn dirt, insects and bird droppings Fresh and clean aroma Holts Screenies Car Glass Wipes are a fast, powerful cl… Read more

Don't know but RRP is 1.99. Halfords 1.99. Amazon 2.29 Screwfix 1.99


If i not mistaken is always this price in Wilko store


Please note these are available at car parts for less for same price if you want home delivery. Just when you'll recieve from them i don't know. Tomorrow? Christmas? ;)

Johnsons baby wipes 50p @ poundworld
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
Now 50% off 50p pound world speke
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Yeh I’ve seen recently on the receipt looks like it’s nationwide. My nearest closed in March so Canterbury is the second but not somewhere I go often lol


If store is still open then it should be nation wide just getting rid of all stock before they all close down


Does anyone know if the Canterbury store is still open and if this offers on? Thanks (embarrassed)


Its actually 50% off all baby and toddler not just the wipes


Wow. That's so cheap :)

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