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Costco Huggies Nappy Price Update

Huggies Nappies

Newborn (224ct) - $59.99 (Per each $0.27)
Infant  (192ct) - $57.99 (Per each $0.30)
Crawler (184ct) - $58.99 (Per each $0.32)
Toddler (148ct) - $59.99 (Per each $0.41)
Walker  (132ct) - $59.99 (Per each $0.45)
Junior  (124ct) - $59.99 (Per each $0.48)

Pull Ups

Size 2   (51ct) - $29.59 (Per each $0.58)
Size 3   (45ct) - $29.59 (Per each $0.66)


* Compared to Coles/Woolworths when it's on special: $30 per box:


Newborn (108ct) - $30.00 (Per each $0.28)
Infant   (96ct) - $30.00 (Per each $0.31)
Crawler  (90ct) - $30.00 (Per each $0.33)
Toddler  (72ct) - $30.00 (Per each $0.42)
Walker   (64ct) - $30.00 (Per each $0.47)
Junior   (60ct) - $30.00 (Per each $0.50)

* Updated on 2013/03/14

Comments

  1. I think some of the leaking problems people have are due to incorrect prep and washing so if you follow the directions and use the correct soap you shouldn't have a problem. When she is big enough for the mediums, I will buy them again. We have never had a problem with diaper rash. As you can tell, I'm happy with these and although the washing and stuffing the diapers is a little more work, we make it happen. We will soon be using cloth wipes because it won't be anymore work for us and better for our little girl!

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