Pampers Wonder Week Is Back

When I first heard about Pampers Wonder Week last year I was genuinely excited. Finding a bargain is something I really enjoy. I love the feeling of getting something you really want or really need at a discounted price. Pampers Wonder Week is all about buying in bulk to experience great savings and I am so pleased to let you know it's back.


From March 31st to April 6th 2016 you can visit the Pampers Wonder Week website, choose your preferred retailer and browse through the many offers available. The best thing is not only will you make a saving for buying in bulk but a nice delivery man will drop it all off at your door. So there is no need to drag yourself round the shops with your little ones hunting for bargains, it's all on one website.

Bargain-loving blogger Miss Thrifty (aka Karyn Fleeting) is passionate about simple ways to save pounds. Karyn shares her tips on ways to save money and find discounts, on her award-winning and hugely popular blog, Miss Thrifty which is in The Times Top 50 Websites to Save You Money. 

Here are some top tips

1. Always compare costs and check the price per unit.

In the UK, a product’s price label on the supermarket shelf will also specify the price per unit: if you are considering a bulk purchase of a product, then check this price-per-unit, compare it and make a judgement call as to whether you will be saving money in the long-term. 

2. Stack coupons and offers for additional savings.

To “stack” is to put multiple coupons towards the purchase of a single item. You can collect coupons from magazines and websites. If the supermarket with the best bulk-buy offers isn’t your closest, remember that you can obtain the savings anyway, if you take advantage of price match schemes. 

3. If you are buying baby products, think long-term.

Think ahead if you are bulk-buying baby items such as clothes and nappies - my little one has already outgrown his 0-3 month outfits, Babies grow so quickly, so it’s sensible to buy a size up, or mix and match your bulk buy products. Disposable baby wipes are something you’ll be buying for years, so your bulk buy will definitely get used! 

4. Be wary of bulk-buying a product or brand you haven’t bought previously.

Fortunately, many of the baby brands are available to try at no cost or low cost: Pampers, for example, will send you free samples by visiting the website and completing your details.

5. Remember to adjust your household budget.

For those new to bulk-buying, here is a neat idea from an American money-saving blog, which
is applicable to UK shoppers: raise your grocery budget, temporarily, by 25% - take advantage of big sales when you see them…eventually, you won’t need that extra 25. (The Simple Dollar)

All of the product offers & pricing are at the sole discretion of the retailer, but you’ll be able to make the most of offers like the below: 
 
  Amazon
30% off voucher with Amazon’s ‘Family’ discount, meaning up to 50% off’ for
Amazon Prime members

Asda 
Baby Dry Giga Pack £12 (instore only)
12x Sensitive Wipes for £8
Baby Dry Jumbo Packs are 2 for £18
New Baby Jumbo Pack are £6

Boots
5x Baby Dry or New Baby or Active Fit Essential Packs for £25
5x Pampers Mega Packs for £45
12x Sensitive Wipes for £8

Morrisons
3x Baby Dry Essentials Pack for £15
3x Baby Dry Jumbo Pack for £25
12x Sensitive Wipes for £8
New Baby Essential Packs 2 for £13 

Ocado
5x Baby Dry or New Baby or Active Fit Essential Packs for £25
12x Sensitive Wipes for £8

Superdrug
5x Baby Dry or New Baby or Active Fit Essential Packs for £25

Tesco
2x Baby Dry or New Baby Dry Pants Large Packs for £14
New Baby Jumbo Packs 2 for £14

Waitrose
5x Essential Packs for £25
3x 5x Sensitive Wipes for £12

Make sure you check out Pampers Wonder Week to take advantage of some savings. I am stocking up on some nappies for little J. Even though we have mastered the potty training during the day I am not going to rush the night time training. Trying to keep him dry during the night is tough so I'll have my stash of Pampers to keep him going until he is ready.



*collaboration*

11 comments

  1. I stockpiled last year as such good deals. This year I am hoping to potty train Sebby so hopefully won't need so many

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  2. Oh I remember this off last year , I always use pampers nappies and have been stocking up at tesco xx

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  3. Great tips and worth knowing about Pampers wonder week. We mainly use cloth but use disposables at night time.

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  4. stocking up is such a good idea - saves a lot of money in the long term!

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  5. I have always stocked up - it's the only way to shop for nappies right? H x

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  6. Lots of good tips here. Although we don't need nappies anymore, I will be stockpiling baby wipes!

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  7. Great tips, I always use Pampers and stock up when they are on offer :)

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  8. I'm all for savings and always stock up

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  9. Oh him going to quickly check this out and stock up for baby number 2! X

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  10. This sounds fab as I swear by Pampers nappies, thanks for letting me know x

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  11. Such great tips! We use Pampers and love them.

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