cheapest & best pull-ups to use?

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  1. lynne192

    lynne192 mum 2 James & Libby

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    anyone know where i can get good but cheap pull-ups? my son is basically potty trained but still put a nappy on him at night so he doesn't have an accident he's only been potty trained for about 1-2months, anyways anyone got any good tips or know any good offers?

    thanks x
     
  2. JMC82

    JMC82 Well-Known Member

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    I've tried Pampers, Huggies and Tesco and found Tesco to be the best out of these. I've not tried the Asda ones but I think the normal Asda nappies are great so I'm sure the pull ups will be good too.
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  3. lynne192

    lynne192 mum 2 James & Libby

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    any ideas price wise?
     
  4. new_to_ttc

    new_to_ttc fidget is a baby boy!

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    I personally found the best to be Huggies (and yet i hated their nappies!) We have bought the Pampers ones when they on offer but they always leak! Huggies Pull Ups are on offer in Morrisons just now, 3 packs for £10 (usually £5.50 each)
     
  5. lynne192

    lynne192 mum 2 James & Libby

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    thanks hun i in the end bought the huge pack of pull-ups as they were just £4 he has been dry anyways so bearly had to use them lol :D thanks for reply though xx
     
  6. Cassie.

    Cassie. Well-Known Member

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    We used to use the Huggies ones for our niece but we used the Tesco Value ones once when my fiance forgot to bring his wallet with us, I think the pack was only £2.50 or something like that and they were perfectly fine, not like the cheap nappies that rustle, they were soft and she said they're comfy to sleep in, it was just for at night and we had no leaks at all although she often wakes up dry anyway :)
     
  7. lynne192

    lynne192 mum 2 James & Libby

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    thanks i went for tesco ones but they weren't tesco value cost about £5 or so but they are pretty good and DS has been dry almost every nigh since this post.
     
  8. tallybee

    tallybee DS '04, DD '06, DD '15

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    I always found the asda ones to be great, and they always seemed to be on 3 packs for £10 as well :thumbup:
     
  9. lynne192

    lynne192 mum 2 James & Libby

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    thanks will check them out still on the same pack from tesco lol
     

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