Win a year's supply of Little Angels nappies
Let your babies bloom with the Little Angels nappy and pants ranges - specifically developed to support each of the four key stages of development.
Mishaps can be mastered with Little Angels! From precious newborns with their sensitive skin, to keeping wriggly bottoms comfy with supreme protection. Then when they're ready to embark on their toilet training journey, Little Angels first pants can give your LO a gentle push before their independence can be easily supported with potty training pants - specifically designed to look and pull up like real underwear.
ASDA understands the shock new parents face when it comes to the amount of nappies a baby can get through in a day, week or month. They are therefore giving not one, but four, lucky Mumsnetters the chance to win a year's supply of Little Angels nappies.
Little Angels nappies have been awarded a 'Quality approved by Mumsnet mums' stamp and are regularly tested against other leading brands. Here's what fellow MNers have to say about it...
"Not too bulky but very absorbent. Good fit, no leaks, nice design - good value at three packs for £12."
"So far I've had no issues with leaks or anything. Instead of spending so much buying the expensive branded nappies, I'd rather buy these."
"Absorbent, comfortable and all round fantastic. Not to mention a reasonable price."
WIN! ASDA is giving four lucky Mumsnetters the chance to win a year's supply of Little Angels nappies - simply answer the question below to be entered into the prize draw.
Competition closing date: 28 June 2015
Additional terms and conditions: 1. There are four prizes in total, each consisting of a free year’s supply of nappies to the value of £250. 2. Each prize will consist of a £250 Asda voucher to spend in any Asda store. 3. This value exceeds the average spend per buyer in the total nappy market in a year, which is £179.40 for heavy users. 4. This is based on Kantar Total Nappy Market 52 week period, ending 27th April 2014.
*Sample size: 103 mums. Source: Mumsnet 2015
Last updated: over 1 year ago