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Where can I buy childrens' pjs for £5 or under??

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Mylittleponyisskinnyandbony Mon 03-Nov-14 20:13:03

Thinking gift-wise.

Would be for a 5, 4, 4 and 2x 1.5 year olds. Plus a baby.

Any suggestions??

Fevertree Mon 03-Nov-14 20:15:25


Methe Mon 03-Nov-14 20:21:45

Yy primark!

Primark easily make the best kids pyjamas of anywhere on the high street too.. Cheap and awesome :D

5madthings Mon 03-Nov-14 20:23:09

Yep primark I got my 6 and 9 urban olds some a few weeks ago and they are nice and cosy.

youbethemummylion Mon 03-Nov-14 20:23:34

Primark, they do fleece or flannel ones tied up with a bow at Christmas, makes them look good for gifts.

EatDereksCorpse Mon 03-Nov-14 20:23:42


They are having a. Sale. Hulk pjs £3.99

70isaLimitNotaTarget Mon 03-Nov-14 20:33:07

Oooh their flannel ones are lovely, 'proper' traditional PJs.

I used to buy a pair every winter and a Christmas pair for the Christmas Eve Hamper.
Now the DC are teenage, they need adult sized .

5madthings Mon 03-Nov-14 20:36:41

We got the flannel ones, they are really lovely. I have bought them a few years in a row now and have been able to hand them down once outgrown, so despite being cheap they last smile

clr2014 Mon 03-Nov-14 20:58:27


clr2014 Mon 03-Nov-14 20:58:54

in asda £5 flannel ones all wrapped up with a purty ribbon

hippoherostandinghere Mon 03-Nov-14 21:01:37

I got my DD (3) a pair in Primark last week for £4. They are really lovely fleece ones, they had a few different designs including Santa ones.

Awakeagain Mon 03-Nov-14 21:06:32

We have had some for 2 for £10 from mothercare and have lasted really well
Not sure what they have in different. Sizes

excited99 Mon 03-Nov-14 21:32:25

Home Bargains have lots of character pjs.

NorksEnormous Mon 03-Nov-14 22:42:25

I love primark pyjamas, the fleecy ones are £4 and have gorgeous designs and are so comfy.

Awakeagain Tue 04-Nov-14 15:11:55

I've just been to b&m and they had lots of pyjamas

TwoAndTwoEqualsChaos Tue 04-Nov-14 15:13:30

Home Bargains ...

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