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Price Comparison: Nappies

Having a baby consuming nappies at the rate that makes you feel everything else is cheap.  Hunting
for cheap and best nappies is an on-going adventure.

Brands:
- Only two brands were highly recommended via various sources.
- Put a comment if you want to recommend other brands.

Huggies - nappies/nappy pants
- Somehow it is the best.
- Girls or Boys.
- The number of nappies in Bulk-size package was reduced as noticed on June 1, 2012. Effective price increased!

Mamia
- Aldi homebrand
- Said to be as good as Huggies but at a lower price.
- Unisex only.
- I start using this again due to Huggies price hike.
- Aldi has reduced prices on the Mamia ranges; there is also jumbo box available at the moment. (Oct 2012)

Where To:
- Put a comment if you know a cheaper place.

Costco
- Sold in mega box.
- One location in Melbourne: hard to get to and harder to park a car
  (Need to consider the cost of petrol unless you think going there is a weekend getaway/family trip.)
- Noticed prices hiked as normal bulk-size package reduced sizes at supermarkets.
- Noticed its prices reduced during the period that Coles/Woolies has nappies on special.
- New price updated as 13 July 2013.

Coles/Woolies
- Sold in various size.
- Cheaper when it is on special.


Price Comparison:


Brand/Type Location Package Package Price Unit Price (each)
Huggies Nappies Newborn (up to 5kg)
Costco224pk$59.9927c
Coles36pk$1439c
Coles54pk$2139c
Coles108pk$33/$30*31c/28c*
Wollies36pk$1439c
Wollies54pk$21/$30* for two39c/28c*
Wollies108pk$33/$30*31c/28c*
Mamia Newborn Unisex Nappies (up to 5kg)
Aldi28pk$4.9918c
Huggies Nappies Infant (4-8kg)
Costco192pk$57.9930c
Coles32pk$1444c
Coles48pk$2139c
Coles96pk$33/$30*34c/31c*
Wollies32pk$1444c
Wollies48pk$21/$30* for two44c/31c*
Wollies96pk$33/$30*34c/31c*
Mamia Infant Unisex Nappies (4-8kg)
Aldi60pk$11.4919c
Huggies Nappies Crawler (6-11kg)
Costco184pk$58.9932c
Coles30pk$1447c
Coles44pk$2045c
Coles90pk$33/$30*36c/33c*
Wollies30pk$1447c
Wollies44pk$20/$30* for two45c/34c*
Wollies90pk$33/$30*36c/33c*
Mamia Crawler Unisex Nappies (6-11kg)
Aldi56pk$11.4921c
Huggies Nappies Toddler (10-15kg)
Costco148pk$59.9941c
Coles24pk$1458c
Coles36pk$2056c
Coles72pk$33/$30*46c/42c*
Wollies24pk$1458c
Wollies36pk$20/$30* for two56c/42c*
Wollies72pk$33/$30*46c/42c*
Mamia Toddler Unisex Nappies (10-15kg)
Aldi50pk$11.4923c
Huggies Nappies Walker (13-18kg)
Costco132pk$59.9945c
Coles22pk$1464c
Coles32pk$2063c
Coles64pk$33/$30*52c/47c*
Wollies22pk$1464c
Wollies32pk$20/$30* for two63c/47c*
Wollies64pk$33/$30*52c/47c*
Mamia Toddler Unisex Nappies (13-18kg)
Aldi48pk$11.4924c
Huggies Nappies Junior (16kg+)
Costco124pk$59.9948c
Coles20pk$1470c
Coles30pk$2067c
Coles60pk$33/$30*55c/50c*
Wollies20pk$1470c
Wollies30pk$20/$30* for two67c/50c*
Wollies60pk$33/$30*55c/50c*
Mamia Junior Unisex Nappies (12-25kg)
Aldi44pk$11.4926c
Huggies Nappy Pants Crawler (7-11kg)
Coles40pk

Wollies40pk

Huggies Nappy Pants Toddler (10-15kg)
Coles31pk$2168c
Wollies31pk$21/$17*68c/55c
Mamia First Pants Unisex (12-18kg)
Aldi23pk$11.4950c
Huggies Nappy Pants Walker (14-18kg)
Coles28pk

Wollies28pk

* Price on Special
# All prices are in AUD.
# Costco Price was updated as of July 13, 2013  
# Aldi Price was updated as of Oct 22, 2012
# Other Prices were updated as of Aug 06, 2011
# Huggies Bulk-size products have reduced their package size, roughly 10% reduction; effectively increased Huggies price by 10%.  Price hike at Costco as well.  I am not happy with this at all.  Looking forward to buying Mamia now. (June 1, ,2012)

Comments

  1. Big W has Huggies (bulk box size) on sale for $29 at the moment.

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  2. Huggies Bulk-size products have reduced their package size, roughly 10% reduction; effectively increased Huggies price by 10%. I am not happy with this at all. Looking to buy Mamia or Babylove now.

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  3. Snugglers are great - I think as good as Huggies, similar price to Mamia and you can buy online :)

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  4. After using Huggies over a year for my son, I have started trying a few alternatives in order to save a little cash. Snugglers are not as good. They are not bad...but they don't have the absorbancy that Huggies do...no way. Babylove are also not too bad, but Huggies are still better. Will try Aldi brand next :)

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  5. I used to have to go to Sam's Club to buy big bulk diapers but now I can have them sent right to my home for free! Also the price is great because I get more for my money. At Sam's I could only buy a 144 pack of diapers for the same price and now I can get 180 diapers online. Trust me you can't go wrong with honest diapers!

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