Pampers Easy Up Pants £2.99 @ The Co-op

If nappies are one of your weekly househonappiesld essentials, check out your local branch of the Co-op for Pampers Easy Up Pants, which are reduced in-store from £5.99 to £2.99 now.

Pampers Easy Up Pants are handy for toddlers on the move who are either embarking on potty-training or not quite ready to take that step. Persuading a busy tot to lie down for a nappy change is no fun for anyone, so these allow for swift nappy changes with minimum interruption.

There is some debate among parents as to whether this type of training nappy helps or hinders when it comes to potty-training but at £2.99 for a packet it's a world good time to pick them up if you've thought about giving them a try.

This promotion runs until the 4th of May but obviously there's no guaranteeing what stock will be available in at your local store at any given time - worth popping in and out over the next few weeks if this deal appeals. While you're there, don't forget to sign up for a membership card to get even more bang for your buck, and help change the world, too. Now that's a bargain.

Thanks to lucerysmum at HUKD

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  • GateGipsy
    Helps or hinders! Good grief. Has nothing to do with helping the child potty train and everything to do with helping mum or dad put a nappy on a child who can now run around. Not quite so biddable at that age when it comes to lying down. My nephew was walking at 10 months but wasn't ready to potty train until much later. Pull ups were a godesend.
  • Heidi S.
    My youngest walked at 10 months so I really relate! I never used Pull ups but can imagine they would have made life much easier. I know lots of parents who have used them at potty training stage with mixed reviews, though.

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