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Kiddicare nappies bulk buy

(8 Posts)
MilkChic Tue 07-Jun-11 10:58:25

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Atwaroverscrabble Tue 07-Jun-11 16:26:14

have a look at

that works out as 10.4p per nappy as opposed to the kiddicare ones which are 15.42p, or tesco has pampers on a 2 for £20 which works out as 14.7p each (Tescos own baby essentials are 18p each!)

(prices on the 4+ size...)

I have just started using the aldi ones and they are good!

sneaker Sat 11-Jun-11 09:37:35

Yes - I always calculate per nappy (saddo emoticon) I've even been known to bring out my iphone calculator whilst debating which is cheaper in the supermarket aisle blush. This week I was chuffed that Sainsburys had 1/3 off, then I had 2 £1 coupons. Was great.

I do normally just get Aldi's though.

Atwaroverscrabble Sat 11-Jun-11 13:36:07

I do it with toilet rolls too....blush

horsemadgal Mon 13-Jun-11 17:01:23

Do Aldi's not do size 6 nappies? The jump in price from size 5 to size 6 is crazy.
Costco are doing the huge boxes 2 for £32 just now so might just get those.

sneaker Mon 13-Jun-11 19:31:09

I've not seen size 6 nappies in Aldi.. But then I haven't actively looked. Even if they were NT late potty trainers, their little bums would probably fit in a size 5 I think.

sneaker Mon 13-Jun-11 19:32:08

blush sorry - that sounded really judgmental, I didn't read your post properly.

horsemadgal Mon 13-Jun-11 19:52:36

LOL I have sturdy boys! DS2 is 2 years 4 months and although starting to show potty training signs could be a while before nappy free.

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