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Price Comparison: Nappy Pants

Last step of the nappy life ~ Nappy Pants.  So expensive!!!

Huggies (Coles/Woolworths)

When nothing else is on sale, Huggies is my first choice.

  • 10 - 15 kg (56 pk) $33.00  (0.59c each)
  • 14 - 18 kg (51 pk) $33.00  (0.65c each)
  • 16+ kg     (45 pk) $33.00  (0.73c each)
* Coles and Woolworths has this on sale at $30 quite often.
* Costco is priced at $29.99. (On Sale: $26.99 at the moment 2014/03/22)

BabyLove (Coles/Woolworths)

Pretty good; it was on sale (1/2 price) in Feb, 2014.  With that price, it is cheap!
  • 9  - 14 kg (52 pk) $29.99  (0.58c each)
  • 12 - 17 kg (46 pk) $29.99  (0.65c each)
  • 15 - 25 kg (38 pk) $29.99  (0.79c each)

Comfy Bots (Coles)

I have not tried this yet.
  • 13 - 18 kg (23 pk) $13.99  (61c each)
  • 16+ kg     (21 pk) $13.99  (67c each)

Mamia (Aldi)

Price is not as competitive as nappies.  I have not tried this yet.

  • 12 - 18 kg (23 pk) $11.49 (50c each)
  • 16+ kg     (21 pk) $11.49 (55c each)


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