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I love Aldi nappies, but....

(7 Posts)
goneswimming Thu 05-May-16 14:13:37

Is it just me or are the size 3 ones not as good as the 1s and 2s? Does anyone have suggestions for other (cheap) nappies to move on to for better fit and absorption? I use pampers overnight and they're brilliant! But can't possibly afford to use them all day with multiple nappy changes!

LillyBugg Thu 05-May-16 14:39:01

I found this. I think it's just different for every child though. I use Boots and get the advantage card points. It works out at a 10% discount as you get 10 points per pound.

You should look at bumdeal website. It's great for price comparisons.

lavent Thu 05-May-16 14:40:25

I mainly use the Aldi ones (5+) but I also rate Sainsburys own which are slightly more at £4 a pack but very good!

Ellarose85 Mon 09-May-16 14:44:34

I've never been able to get on with Aldi nappies so have used pampers but looking to cut costs I have now switched to Boots ones which are great, and as a previous poster said, the advantage card points are a great bonus!

TeaAddict235 Mon 09-May-16 14:51:56

Try Lidl's ones, Toujours, they're good too, not as great as Aldi's No. 5 or 5+ but it might tide you over until you get what you are happy with. Avoid Tescos or Asda's imvvho.

cookiefiend Mon 09-May-16 14:55:52

Keep your eyes on Amazon - sign up for. One month free prime subscription (six months if you have a student email address) and get 20% off pampers. This is still expensive, but every so often they do a voucher with money off nappies which combines. Means they sometime work out about 5or 6p a nappy which is more comparable to supermarkets.

Heirhelp Mon 25-Jul-16 18:10:34

I know what you mean . I lived the size 1 and 2. I have bought some pampers on special offer aa they only work out slightly more expensive than the aldi nappies.

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