BULK-BUYING nappies may not the most glamorous of tasks, but all parents know it's absolutely essential when you have a newborn.
Well if your little one is getting through nappies like nobody's business, you might want to make the most of a limited Boots offer where you can bag FOUR packs of Pampers for just £1.
That's right, Boots is currently offering online shoppers a buy one, get one free deal across their range of their range of Pampers nappies.
From the brand's Premium Protection selection to their classic Baby Dry offerings, the packs ordinarily cost around £8 each and are suitable for newborns to toddlers.
But before you go snapping up this deal without a second thought, shoppers can also apply another money-saving offer which will help their cash go even further.
Until 31 May, cashback website Quidco is offering new members a £15 bonus on any Boots online orders.
- Pampers Baby Dry Nappies, £8 for 35 – buy now
So if you purchase four packs of nappies in Boots' current buy one, get one free deal then Quidco will issue £15 into your account.
As the multiple packs of Pampers currently cost £16 on the Boots website, this limited Quidco offer means you only have to fork out £1 for the lot.
And considering how a standard single pack of Pampers can contain up to 56 nappies, this mega deal should (hopefully) see you through the week…
How to claim four packs of Pampers for £1:
- Register as a new Quidco member here
- Use the £15 casback Boots bonus which will take you through to the website here
- Once you're on the Boots website, add two packs of Pampers included in the 'buy one, get one free' offer and proceed to checkout
- After you've purchased £16 worth of nappies, Quidco will transfer your £15 sign up bonus into your account – leaving you with just £1 left to pay
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