Any NAPPY WAREHOUSES?
Any NAPPY WAREHOUSES?
, Mar 10 2005 11:42 AM
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Posted 10 March 2005 - 11:42 AM
Hi now that i have 2 littlies in nappys, im looking for a place to bulk buy cheaper nappys, any one know where abouts these outlets are? im not talking about nappy land either lol, theres a few different ones in melbourne i just dont remember where, all help appreciated. tia.
Posted 10 March 2005 - 02:05 PM
I only know of Nappyland - although have heard that ALDI nappies are quite good, nearly as good as Huggies but half the price. Also place like Baby Mode in Sunshine/Footscray have discounted nappies
Posted 10 March 2005 - 02:22 PM
Naelfran in Fertree gully make the my bear brand which i use all the time and think are better than the huggies ones. i will get the address and post it for you they have seconds as well as 1sts and have a standard and premium range. the my bears 1sts range from $23 for 100 small to $35ish for 100 xlge.
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Posted 10 March 2005 - 02:44 PM
Hi I have 2 in nappies as well and i am always on the quest for cheaper nappies. i have looked into quite a few of the discount places and they often dont seem all that much cheaper.
I have tried the ALDI nappies( i buy everything but nappies from ALDI so thought i would try so i didnt have to go elsewhere) They are not bad but i find that they release the little jelly crystals a bit when they are wet. Huggies and snugglers are still superior. But still they are not bad, better than the likes of babylove.
I find that if i look out for the specials and go wherever they are on sale it works out the same if not beter than the warehouse places. I always take my calculator so i can work out how much i am paying per nappy to see what pack is the best deal. It can get confusing to work out which ones are better because of all the different pack sizes, this is the only way to work out the cost comparisons.
Not a whole lot of help for what you asked lol but i hope i helped a little.
Posted 10 March 2005 - 05:55 PM
I am new to this- stumbled across the EB site only a little while ago. I am due in the 1st week of June.
Just wondering if the nappies you are talking about are disposies or cloth. It would be great to find somewhere who discount for bulk rather than having to buy them from the supermarket all the time.
Posted 10 March 2005 - 06:09 PM
I had 3 in nappies at one stage and used Chris Dial a Nappy, they had Huggies in bulk boxes quite cheap and free delivery if you bought a bulk box.
I just did a search to find their number and it also came up with these in the Melb area:
ABC Disposable Nappy Service
Melbourne Metropolitan Region ph: (03) 9459 7381
Melbourne Metropolitan region ph: (03) 9705 1900
all Victoria ph: (02) 8569 1307
all Victoria ph: (02) 9837 1101
The Bulk Warehouse
City and Southern Suburbs ph: (03) 9773 4700
Caring Mothers Australia
all Victoria ph: (03) 9576 1161
Chris' Dial A Nappy - Northern
City & Northern Suburbs ph: (03) 9489 3844
Eastern Suburbs ph: (03) 9800 5454
Nannies Disposable Nappies
Melbourne Metropolitan Region ph: (03) 9817 2661
all Victoria ph: 1800 888 541
Nappies 'R' Us
Eastern Suburbs ph: (03) 9893 0421
all Victoria ph: 1800 333 331
Premium Nappies and Baby Goods
all Victoria ph: (03) 9548 8324
Posted 12 March 2005 - 07:59 PM
I have the bestest place ever for nappies, they are called nappies please and they are in clayton. They sell all the top brand nappies, as well as everything else related for baby, shampoo, bath soap, clothes washing soap, clothes, toys just to name a few. you can find their add in melbourne's child mag, they do have a website i dont know it off hand, i gotta have a look where i put the address but i tell you i am gonna have 4 kids in nappies (currently 3) and this place saves me heaps of money!
its definatly worth a look.
Posted 13 March 2005 - 08:09 AM
Can i just add if i can i went to bi lo last night a box yes a box of SNUGGLERS FOR $20 NOT A PACK A BOXXXXXXX I NEARLY DIED , HOW CHEAP I DONT NO IF ITS ALL BUT ITS NOT IN THE CATALOGE, I GO FIGURED THAT TEHY REALISED SAFEWAYS WERE GETTN ALL THE CUSTOMERS DUE TO HUGGIES ON SALE SO I STOCKED UP ON SNUGGLERS I GOT 106 IN A SMALL BOX 6-11 KGS AND 87 IN 10-15 KGS WOW HA
Posted 15 March 2005 - 05:39 PM
Nappyland, Beach St Frankston, has the best deals.
Giggles nappies are cheap and great. DS is in XL up to 18kgs, 72 Nappies $15, and I have bought Newborns recently (to start stocking up), 112 Nappies for $15.
They also have ALL the other brands for cheap prices and other stuff too, wipes, baby stuff, Toilet paper, etc...
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Posted 17 March 2005 - 10:36 PM
If you are after Babylove, they have a factory outlet on Lewis Road, Wantirna South. I am told that they are cheap there. I personally use ALDI and Snugglers, I find them pretty good.
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