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Huggies Newborn and Ultra Dry Nappies One Month Supply: Sizes 1, 3, 4, 5, 6 $60 ($51 S&S) Each Delivered @ Amazon AU

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All sizes except size 2.

Size 1 - https://www.amazon.com.au/Huggies-Ultimate-Nappies-One-Month…

Size 3 - https://www.amazon.com.au/Huggies-Ultra-Nappies-6-11kg-Suppl…

Size 4 - https://www.amazon.com.au/Huggies-Ultra-Nappies-10-15kg-Supp…

Size 5 - https://www.amazon.com.au/Huggies-Ultra-Nappy-Pants-12-17kg/…

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  • +17

    Lol I ordered a size 2 .. just get the 96 it equates to the same.

    • Shouldn’t that say 4-8kg not 2-4kg?

      • Yeah it should. Not sure why it says 2-4kg honestly.. anyway the delivered item is 4-8kg

        • +1

          Ordered these and got 4-8kg

    • +1

      Legend! Thanks heaps!

  • +3

    Thanks OP. Just about to run out and was waiting for woolies/Cole's to have their 60 pack for $31. Currently $39 and haven't been a sale on for a while.
    Got size 6 (120 pack). First time (S&S 5%) and another 15% for S&S first time, so total was $48.
    And yes, have tried many different brands that are cheaper but these are the best for us.

    • +1

      Big W also has the same sale. Same pricing for each but smaller packs

      • Not cheaper. I got 120 nappies for $48. Would be $60 at bigw. Sale must've started today.

    • +1

      Coles have the small Nappy Pants packs half
      price at $11 which works out cheaper than this deal even with S&S

  • +1

    Big W also has the same sale. Same pricing for each but smaller packs

  • +1

    Coles is touch cheaper for size 5

    $11 for 26 = 46c per nappy

    Vs 47c with S&S discount

    • +12

      Would rather pay a cent more than deal with idiots in supermarkets.

      • home delivery is an option

    • +1

      $11/26 = 42.3 not 46c.

      • -2

        Sorry your right- 42c

    • Except Coles is Nappy Pants rather than Nappies

    • +1

      for 1 cent cheaper, I would not bother walking to coles. Let those amazon drivers shoot that box to your balcony.

  • +1

    Good deal for these nappies, but we moved to Babylove and have been much happier with them. They seem much more pliable and soft than Huggies and hold just as much waste (in our anecdotal experience).

    Babylove size 4 on subscribe and save comes to 37c per nappy (2c more per nappy than the Huggies deal).

    Huggies was definitely the way to go when our bub was smaller and doing wet poo explosions but she mostly does nuggs/solid poos now (she's 8 months old) so we are more concerned about them going the distance with wee…

    • +2

      Baby love is horrible, barely holds much and the fluff just rolls around once it gets wet. Aldi brand ones are better if you want budget.

    • Babylove nappy pants are pretty awful and leaks all the time… haven’t tried their nappies.

    • +1

      We also recently moved to Babylove after having an issue with Huggies leaking, particulary when in the car seat. Haven't been able to fault Babylove at the moment.

    • Also moved to Babylove when Huggies was OOS in the supermarket. Found them much better than the Huggies and haven't looked back. I reckon they're the same price range as Huggies however, not sure why @krisspy categorises them as budget.

      • Just proves Baby love quality is inconsistent…

        Some brands when pressured by supermarkets cut quality. Key example is any toilet paper brand. You'll find wrong cut, bad perforations

  • +1

    Nice timing. Just bought some size 4. Decent price.

  • +1

    Literally been monitoring every 2 days and no change.

    Thank the nappyGods for Ozb!

    • +1

      You can setup a price alert on 3x camel. I setup an alert for $65 and it sends me an email whenever it drops to that price or lower.

      • Thanks hadnt explored the depths of camel but makes sense!

        Dangerous for price hunting of toys!

  • +4

    I'm glad my twins are out of nappies and in undies. Get on the Mamia brand at Aldi. My twins used to pee like an alcoholic bed wetter after half a goon bag and the mamia held their own!! A lot of hate against the Mamia and personally if money was no issue I'd go Baby Love > Mamia >huggies.

  • S&S is 54

  • Went back up to $54 for S&S

  • +1

    S&S was $51 for me a few moments ago… thanks OP!

    Shame the size 5 regulars arent on - starting to need the bigger ones for overnight with the occasional wet through!

  • +2

    Size 4 girls is full price. Just my luck!

    • Makes no sense, everything else has price drop.

    • @guerro it's finally our turn!

  • -3

    Costco is cheaper

    • Proof? From my experiences, Amazon has always been the cheapest.

    • Fake news

      • Some reason there's always one that says Costco is cheaper. Just do the maths.

        • Switched from shopping at Costco back to Coles. Now I don't know what to do with all this extra money

    • +1

      super market are cheaper when on half price but stock is limited .

      • Agreed, current Coles 50% off nappy pants is good.

  • Why would you buy this over Little Ones nappies which are $5.25 for 30 in Woolies?

    • +1

      Not sure why the downvotes? I am a first time parent and know nothing about nappies.
      I was referring to these ones https://www.woolworths.com.au/shop/productdetails/86173/litt…

      • Hi dragond. I just became a parent myself this week

        My understanding is that little ones are a bit of a Woolworths home brand kind of nappy.
        I’ve heard good things about their nappy bags so I’ve stocked up on those but the nappies I would assume are inferior to Huggies

      • Not sure either why the downvotes. 5 children myself so have tried many nappies. Huggies is by far the overall best ones. But some example Aldi ones is fine during the day but wouldn't trust them at night. If little one got upset tummy I wouldn't go with anything else but Huggies.
        All babies have different shape too and found Huggies suited them all the best. Huggies also goes bit higher at the back and protect more against the explosions. Sorry for my explanation. And congrats btw.
        Can only try and see what suits. Hopefully the cheapest ones are fine for cleaning up and for the little one.

      • +1

        Thanks for the explanation guys and congratulations! My little one will be 1 month old soon!

        • Congrats buddy. Despite all the headaches they give. I absolutely love them. I can't imagine life without them anymore

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