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[Amazon Prime] Huggies Ultimate Nappies (216 Count) - One Month Supply - $29.99 (Was $52) + Free Shipping @ Amazon AU

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Seems like a pretty great price for 216 nappies, usually $52.00 on Amazon. I've seen the 108 packs in the supermarkets for around $30 usually.

Covers all sizes.

Don't forget 7.5% cashback using Cash Rewards.

This is part of Amazon Prime Day sale for 2018

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    Any idea how much Aldi nappies are, or how much Costco charge?

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      Depending on size Aldi nappies come to about 19c yeah. So these at 14c are pretty good.

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      https://www.aldi.com.au/en/groceries/baby-care/

      These huggie nappies seems to have bad reviews from a few people (different from supermarket stock), I'm not sure if I want to try them I'm quite happy with aldi nappies atm

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        Aldi nappies are not great for newborns, stick to Huggies. But for anything 6 months+ Aldi nappies are great

        • +3 votes

          Personally, we find Huggies are better than Aldi for overnights (we have a 2 year old).

        • +2 votes

          @mongie:
          Yeah, aldi nappies only good during the day, won't last over night.

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          @dtra: Aldi last us no problem overnight.

        • +1 vote

          @kulprit: Surprising. They’re made for children.

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      @cjb costco charges about 55-64 dollars for about 160-192 nappies. Depending on sizes.

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      $5X at Costco can't remember the second digit

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      $54.99 at Costco tonight. Number of nappies per box varies between sizes, and some slight differences in the number in the boxes Costco has vs Amazon.

  • +1 vote

    Was looking for these on the weekend but they weren't showing up. Combined with the $10 credit for watching Prime Video these came down to $19.99

  • +1 vote

    just wondering, for a newborn baby, how many nappies do you guys need a month? 0-3 months baby.

    PLanning kids in future and I just wanna know. Thanks in advanced!

    • +5 votes

      used about 10 /day in the first month then down to 6 in the 2nd month and now about 4-5 a day in the 3rd month. I'm mixed feeding, you'll probably need more if breastfeeding.
      huggies nappies are very small though the up to 5kg one barely fits my 3kg newborn

      • +4 votes

        Yeah I wouldn't stock up on the newborn size, if it's a big baby he/she could outgrow that size very quickly

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        thanks coriqt and theoofside, much appreciated for those pointers!

    • +7 votes

      My experience is the opposite. It just depends on the child.

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        Absolutely child-dependent.

        We found BabyLove to be the best for our first-born (especially overnight… everything else would leak), we're still yet to work out which ones are best for our 4-month old twins. So far, issues with Huggies but other brands fine.

        Don't buy a big bulk pack if you're unsure whether they're right for your child, best to start with a 12 pack as a test.

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    Shed Loads, easy 5-6 a day, especially for a brand new baby

  • +1 vote

    What is the difference between ultimate and ultra dry?

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      Ultimate is the most expensive version and is supposed to be more absorbent and softer as well I think. Ultra Dry is the standard version. I've used both for my seven months old and haven't noticed much difference. You get quite a lot more for the same price on the Ultra Dry, so I'll be getting that.

    • +1 vote

      Ultimate is softer but IMHO leaks more quickly. I prefer Ultra Dry (and much better value too)

      They also have a basic range available on amazon (can't remember exactly what it's called) and I've found it a bit uncomfortable for my child

  • +2 votes

    Just ordered, even better with the $10 off from prime video!

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    ALDI newborns currently doing the job nicely and cheaply for us.

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    amazing value, just bought 3 boxes, doubt its going to last 3 months for the newborn though

    • +1 vote

      my newborn grew out of the newborn size in a month, he was born 2.9kg out of hospital.

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        We were in Aldi newborn for almost 3 months, so see how you go.

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    Bigw = 7.50$ for 6x80 and they are decent quality been using them since couple of months and Didn’t hear any complaints from my bum

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    Do nappies expire?

    • +1 vote

      No, you can stock up… just remember babies grow at varying rates so they don't always last the same amount of time as other babies

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      Only in the sense that your child will probably grow out of a given size. Like, no point buying 6 months of newborn size unless you're planning on having a second child and are keen enough to save $60 that you'll do it 2 years in advance.

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      as a collectible?

  • +3 votes

    Note, for 10kg+ I like to use the nappy pants. Easier to put on and quicker to take off (depending on no.1 or no.2)
    These are the normal type of nappies.

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      I've found the opposite myself! Might be as she's not walking yet.

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      i found it really hard to put normal nappies on since my oldest started rolling over at 4 months, but hes a very active boy never stop moving. I still use normal nappies though and occasionally nappy pants since they are more expensive.

    • +1 vote

      nah, nappies are better for winter - easy and quick to put on without completely removing the pants or whatever the child wears at bottom half.

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      I agree. Haven't looked back since using nappy pants for my child. So much easier and would have started using them a lot sooner if I had realised this.

      About twice a month Huggies nappy pants are on special at Coles/Woolies for $8.50, otherwise $10 special. No real need to buy in bulk since not much saving to be had.

  • +3 votes

    Tip: If buying in bulk buy some of the next size up also (and perhaps even the size above), particularly if you are starting really small

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    Is it too late to sign up for a prime trial? I think I read midday?

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      I just signed up and bought these, go ahead

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    Thank mate :)
    Bought two but forgot CashReward.

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      Thanks for the reminder.

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      cancel and re-order

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    Bought - thanks OP.

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    Wow, I have never seen nappies this cheap, let alone Huggies.

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    I bought too many Newborn based on comments above. I may be in the poo with Wifey. Reckon I will have up to 3x 1 month boxes to on sell at this price if they run out. If you are in Brisbane and can pick up from New Farm PM me.

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      Better still swap for size 2 boys that I missed out on! 1:1

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        If they are unopened, you can go to Coles/Woolies and swap for bigger size. No receipt required.

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          Loving your work!

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          @Appleboat: you won't be able to do the swap as Woolworths/coles doesn't have It in this size box. The nappies (if same as the ones I bought a few weeks ago) actually come in a box with smaller packets inside again the packet size is one that Woolworths doesn't sell in.

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    These normally sell for $39 on Amazon, not the RRP of $52.

    • +1 vote

      It was $52 when I checked yesterday…

      • +2 votes

        Hmm, maybe there's a new pricing structure with Prime. Checked the receipt from my order 2 weeks ago and it was $39.

        • +1 vote

          It was $39 during late months sale but price went up on the first of July…

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    Thanks OP, bought two :)

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    Is there a limit of 2 purchase quantities?

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    looks like a maximum of 1 per account.

  • +1 vote

    Can someone please explain how I can get cash back ( I know nothing about it)

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      I would like to know how to cash back as well. Thanks.

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        I ended up clicking on the cashback link that the op had provided and signed up to both of the cashback programs, if they're no longer there maybe Google cashback or message me and I'll send you the links

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    oh whattt sale is over :(