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**GLITCH**asda huggies new born starter pack voucher
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pennyandpound
Old 06-09-2011, 1:47 PM
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Default **GLITCH**asda huggies new born starter pack voucher

its my first post so please be patient....

if you go to babyclub.asda. com/register you can register and get a coupon for a new born huggies starter pack redeamable in ASDA which contains...

1 pack huggies baby wipes
1 pack of 27 nappies
1 new born white hat

once printed if you press back you can print another one. i took both vouchers to my local asda picked up 2 of the starter packs and used the vouchers when i wanted to pay i realised the coupons are for £5 each but the packs are only £3, i was in £4.00 credit!!!!!
so i went and got a pack of 4 huggies baby wipes which are £4.40.

so i got 2 starter packs and a 4 pack of huggies pure baby wipes for 40p!!!!

what a bargain!!!!!!!
hope someone gets them aswell!!! x
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Old 06-09-2011, 1:48 PM
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Anybody got a spare baby I can borrow?

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Old 06-09-2011, 2:33 PM
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Anybody got a spare baby I can borrow?

Nice spot OP
You don't need one. I registered with my son. He is 12.

If you look on the boxes some have save £££sand some say sAve £5 as you get vouchers in every starter pack. They have the voucher for £1 off huggies wipes if they say £5 plus £2 off newborn nappies and £2 off swimmers. You can always get huggies wipes somewhere for £1 so you get them free.

If they say save £££s they just have £2 off newbord and£2 off swimmers.

Use the £2 off newborn to get another £3 starter pack and so on and so on.

I got over 30 earlier this year (from boots slightly cheaper they had them at £2.74 so 74p after voucher but got bonus baby points so free) plus used 30 coupons for 30 free £1 packs of wipes.

Kept wipes and donated nappies to homeless project. Cost me nothing.
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Old 06-09-2011, 2:46 PM
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starter packs are £5 in my Asda
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starter packs are £5 in my Asda
are they scanning at £5 though?
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Old 06-09-2011, 3:02 PM
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On the website it says they are £3!!
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Old 06-09-2011, 3:03 PM
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They are £3 while the baby fair is on. I bought some yesterday.
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Must be a promotion as they scanned at £5 a couple of weeks ago when I got mine!
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Another good way to use your £1 off huggies vouchers is in Morrisons where they are buy 1 get 2 free so you get three packs of wipes for £1.49!
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Does any one know when the Adsa Baby Event finishes?

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Old 06-09-2011, 3:53 PM
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I'm getting these now for SIL and am doing the same. Buying one taking off coupons and getting next one for £1. Asda currently have the Huggies Pure Wipes for 3 for £3, you can use 1 of the Pure wipes coupons in the starter kit per product, so can get them free. I used the Asda baby club voucher to get the first free (and £2 off).

I currently have 9 Huggies Starter kits (so 9 packs of nappies, 9 packs of wipes and 9 hats) and another 9 packs of Huggies pure wipes for a total of £8. I gave the Little swimmers vouchers to a friend.

The boxes also contain €5 Euro vouchers. I sent these to my cousin in Ireland (€45 worth).
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Old 06-09-2011, 4:50 PM
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Little swimmers are rolled back to £3 too so you can stock up on these using your vouchers for just £1 too!!
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Old 06-09-2011, 5:19 PM
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You don't need one. I registered with my son. He is 12.

If you look on the boxes some have save £££sand some say sAve £5 as you get vouchers in every starter pack. They have the voucher for £1 off huggies wipes if they say £5 plus £2 off newborn nappies and £2 off swimmers. You can always get huggies wipes somewhere for £1 so you get them free.

If they say save £££s they just have £2 off newbord and£2 off swimmers.

Use the £2 off newborn to get another £3 starter pack and so on and so on.

I got over 30 earlier this year (from boots slightly cheaper they had them at £2.74 so 74p after voucher but got bonus baby points so free) plus used 30 coupons for 30 free £1 packs of wipes.

Kept wipes and donated nappies to homeless project. Cost me nothing.
How did you manage to print so many ?
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just be careful with this, same offer was on a few months ago, i got some to donate to family and friends but several SA's manually input the coupon for £3 when they realised that's all the kits are selling for, try a dozy looking lad rather than a middle aged trout and should get away with it
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the hats can be donated to your local hospitals baby unit for newborns should you need a home for them
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How did you manage to print so many ?
I didn't. I started by registering both myself and my husband with the baby club. Got 2x£5 new starter packs from asda.

Bought 4 new starter packs from asda for £12- so paid £2 extra. Did it in 2 transactions.

Then used tne £5 of vouchers that come free in the starter packs to Get more as each has a £2 voucher for newborn nappies in it. I used mine at boots as I had a acm spend £10 get £2.50 off (now ended). So I got them free after the £2 vouchers were taken off. In this case you would get the next pack for £1 at asda.

A couple of boots trouts tried to tell me you couldnt use the voucher on starter packs but it scanned and so no problem.

If the pack says save ££££ it just has the newborn and swimmers voucher. If it says £5 of coupons it also has the £1 off huggies wipes (they are usually mixed on a shelf so check).

Huggies wipes are often a £1 and so free. They are buy 1 get 2 free at morrisons so £2.24 for 3 this week. Use 2 of the £1 coupons and get 3 for 25p or maybe use 3 and get 75p off other shopping (not sure how morrisons take off vouchers).
June challenge £100 a day £3161.63 plus £350 vouchers plus £108.37 food/shopping saving

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October challenge £100 a day. £385/£3100

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the hats can be donated to your local hospitals baby unit for newborns should you need a home for them
Not as honourable but they also fit baby Annabel very well.
June challenge £100 a day £3161.63 plus £350 vouchers plus £108.37 food/shopping saving

July challenge £50 a day. £ 1682.50/1550

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Just seen an advert, finishes 18th sept
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I didn't. I started by registering both myself and my husband with the baby club. Got 2x£5 new starter packs from asda.

Bought 4 new starter packs from asda for £12- so paid £2 extra. Did it in 2 transactions.

Then used tne £5 of vouchers that come free in the starter packs to Get more as each has a £2 voucher for newborn nappies in it. I used mine at boots as I had a acm spend £10 get £2.50 off (now ended). So I got them free after the £2 vouchers were taken off. In this case you would get the next pack for £1 at asda.

A couple of boots trouts tried to tell me you couldnt use the voucher on starter packs but it scanned and so no problem.

If the pack says save ££££ it just has the newborn and swimmers voucher. If it says £5 of coupons it also has the £1 off huggies wipes (they are usually mixed on a shelf so check).

Huggies wipes are often a £1 and so free. They are buy 1 get 2 free at morrisons so £2.24 for 3 this week. Use 2 of the £1 coupons and get 3 for 25p or maybe use 3 and get 75p off other shopping (not sure how morrisons take off vouchers).
Oh yes i see lol. Just thought you d been able to print that amount of free coupons and i was thinking i might like to for my 4 week old grandson. Its so annoying when you print one or if your lucky 2 and then it comes up with " print limit reached "
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Can you use the vouchers at self checkout at asda ??? Thanks ! x
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