I am not particularly loyal to a certain brand – I purchase nappies when they are on special and am always on the look out for the best deals. Just wondering if any mums out there have any recommendations on where to find the best deals, or which nappies are the best value in general? Do you know where to buy the cheapest nappies?

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  • The reject shop!

    Tesco Fred and Flo ultra dry nappies only $6.50 for a 56 pack
    Very absorbent great nappies

  • Coles cub nappies are great value. Ive never had an issue with them :)

  • I think Aldi seems to have the best, cheapest all over groceries. So I would suggest them for cheap nappies. Or buy cloth ones and re use

  • Aldi have mamia nappies and worthworths has their homebrand, and coles have CUB. however I have found for my youngest that CUB, are inferior with leaking, falling apart etc.

  • We use and love aldis mamma Mia nappies ! There fantastic

  • Aldi or Coles or Woolies homr brand

  • I find baby bunting have the bulk Huggies packs of 100+ nappies at a very reasonable price. Also sometimes big w does too. I tend to shop around and see who has a sale on.

  • Not cheapest, but if you like huggies you can get good price on Amazon buying bulk

  • We found Costco really well priced – their home brand, Kirkland.

  • I think Aldi is the cheapest option

  • Not the cheapest but I use babylove. I’ve tried the cheap brands at coles woollies and aldi and my son would just leak right through the cheap brands and I’d end up spending more anyway.

  • Aldi nappies are really good for the price

  • We only use cloth nappies. After the initial purchase cost there is no ongoing costs apart from some extra washing. Never run out, better for the environment and my pocket.

  • Costco nappies are among the cheaper and effective; Target used to do a good home brand range; and Aldi’s are good.

  • I’ve always bought nappies on special with my two kids and saved $$ . These days they are everywhere now and they even have their own chemist brands . I used to always find specials at Coles or Woolies and mainly stuck to Huggies only because for some reason the cheaper ones leaked all the time and ended up cleaning the baby and the beds. Try the chemist /home brands if you are testing and looking for cheapies . It might work for you really well .

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