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Pampers Wipes - Get any 2 for $30

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Jan 29, 2022
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[Amazon.ca] Pampers Wipes - Get any 2 for $30

Amazon has various Pampers Wipes promo of any 2 for $30.

Personally, I think the 'Clean Fresh Scent 9X Pop-Top' is the best deal. You get a total of 1440 wipes for $30. That works out to 2.08 cents per wipe, which is cheaper than Costco's Kirkland wipes (900 wipes for $20.99 when on sale).

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Member
Mar 11, 2020
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are these wipes any good?
we've tried pampers expressions and they are thin and dry. The best ones we've tried are huggies and rascal & friends. but open to trying others if cheaper.
Sr. Member
Oct 11, 2015
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Winnipeg, MB
pretty sure these are regular 2 for $30 at Walmart
Newbie
May 30, 2022
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And don't forget to add all the codes to pampers club app for additional rewards.
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Jun 25, 2020
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Oakville, ON
Good deal. For our newborn using the more expensive Pure. Will move to baby clean or sensitive in a month.

Love Huggies diapers. Hate their wipes.
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Nov 22, 2019
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I tried Costco's Kirkland brand one last time and it's my favorite so far.
Sr. Member
Apr 20, 2021
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If you like Huggies these are fine.

Their Sensitive ones are way better though. These come out attached to each other, which is crappy when you only have one free hand.
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Oct 20, 2009
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Beeton
Thanks OP, decent deal here.

Parent with two under 4 years here....I started with Costco/Kirkland wipes, love those the best but Costco isn't close to me anymore. Also, they would be on discount often (pre-Covid) so I'd bulk buy on them then. These days, not sure they are great value.

Then moved to Huggies/Pampers wipes through Walmart, Amazon, etc....decent wipes, hit or miss on pricing.

I've honestly just recently gone to these PC brand wipes....other family members were getting them at RCSS, I can find them at my local No Frills. Always $20 for 1,200 wipes which is 1.67 cents per wipe. https://www.realcanadiansuperstore.ca/c ... 1432245_EA

Anyways, just some input from a heavy wipe user.....sigh.
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Jun 12, 2020
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I prefer the costco one, thicker than the regular ones from Huggies and Pampers, perfect for my dog paws
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Apr 20, 2021
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Adubsthoughts wrote: Thanks OP, decent deal here.

Parent with two under 4 years here....I started with Costco/Kirkland wipes, love those the best but Costco isn't close to me anymore. Also, they would be on discount often (pre-Covid) so I'd bulk buy on them then. These days, not sure they are great value.

Then moved to Huggies/Pampers wipes through Walmart, Amazon, etc....decent wipes, hit or miss on pricing.

I've honestly just recently gone to these PC brand wipes....other family members were getting them at RCSS, I can find them at my local No Frills. Always $20 for 1,200 wipes which is 1.67 cents per wipe. https://www.realcanadiansuperstore.ca/c ... 1432245_EA

Anyways, just some input from a heavy wipe user.....sigh.
Do they separate individually as you pull them out of the package? Or do they tend to be more secured to the next wipe?
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Oct 20, 2009
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Beeton
These tend to be more secure. Not like Kirkland which are mostly separate.

Just have to pre-load for the change. 1-2 for pee and 4+ for Pile Of Poo
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Apr 20, 2021
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Adubsthoughts wrote: These tend to be more secure. Not like Kirkland which are mostly separate.

Just have to pre-load for the change. 1-2 for pee and 4+ for Pile Of Poo
Thanks, but the Kirkland, Pampers Sensitive, and Rascal and Friends don't have this issue.

Rascal and Friends are the softest and thick like Kirkland, but 3 cents each.

Pampers Sensitive are thinner, but not so thin that they break or leak through. They aren't as soft, but they have a bit of texture that really helps.
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Good deal but I'd rather stick to Huggies. Pampers are way too thin and you can easily get it on your hands since it's that thin
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