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[Costco] Kirkland baby wipes $4.20 off

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[Costco] Kirkland baby wipes $4.20 off

Kirkland baby wipes are onsale this week!

$20.79 online - https://www.costco.ca/Kirkland-Signatur ... 47496.html

In-Store regular price: $21.99
In-Store Discounted price: $17.79

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From what we have used, these are not as good as Huggies, but better than Pampers.
We bought a box of Pampers and a box of Kirkland to try out. After the first bag, they pretty much have been used to wipe things around the house.
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Strongest wipes on the market IMO. I still have a stockpile from previous sales.
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i would say personal preference.. huggies one tear easily while pulling, Kirkland one are more wet and dont tear easily.
Both are better than pampers.
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SkiLLz wrote:
Aug 14th, 2018 4:02 pm
Strongest wipes on the market IMO. I still have a stockpile from previous sales.
For how long can you stockpile them? Do they start to dry up?
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kudos2012 wrote:
Aug 14th, 2018 4:18 pm
For how long can you stockpile them? Do they start to dry up?
I imagine they are good for years; we've had some close to a year. The dispensing bag is sealed.
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kudos2012 wrote:
Aug 14th, 2018 4:18 pm
For how long can you stockpile them? Do they start to dry up?
For our son (first child) we bought like 6 boxes and they last a long long time. I think after a year they were still fine. I would only buy enough to last you till the next sale.
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I've used all Huggies, pampers, PC brand and this Kirkland. I found Kirkland was still the best for our needs. Time to stock up...
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kudos2012 wrote:
Aug 14th, 2018 4:18 pm
For how long can you stockpile them? Do they start to dry up?
No issues so far (I think my stockpile is around 2 sales old, so maybe a year?). I didn't intend to store so much, I just got carried away.
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https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/huggies-na ... 0194189710

this seems like a better deal if you prefer Huggies, on sales for $19.97. Cheaper price per sheet (1056 count) and you might get the bonus clutch.

https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/pampers-ba ... 0188460738

https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/pampers-ba ... 0197924721

or these if you like Pampers more (1024 count and 1152 count), both are on sales in Walmart for $19.97 as well.
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Combine the current Huggies wipe sale at RCSS with the buy 2 get $10 off coupon you'll find in the same isle in store.

Depending on which kind you get, it works out to about $32 for 2300 wipes. You might also have an offer in your PC Optimum account for bonus points.
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kudos2012 wrote:
Aug 14th, 2018 4:18 pm
For how long can you stockpile them? Do they start to dry up?
Friends are still working through their original stockpile from Costco and their daughter is turning 2 this month. Everything is sealed so obviously they can be stored for a while.
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How often do these go on sale?
Our baby is due in Dec. Should we buy some now?

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