Asda launches massive sale on baby essentials including Huggies and Tomme Tippee – with prices starting from just £2 | The Sun

ASDA has launched a huge baby and toddler sale, with prices starting at just £2.

The supermarket giant has lowered the price on more than 100 of its popular brands such as Huggies and Tommee Tippee.

Same of the items in the sale have been reduced by more than 30% including the Tomee Tippee Bottle kit, which has been reduced from £37 to £25.

Parents can also save money on essentials including Huggies Pure Baby Wipes, which have been reduced to £9 from £12.

Pura Baby Wipes are also 75p cheaper in Asda's sale, with shoppers able to get their hands on a pack for just £2.

The sale is available online and instore, as well as on the George website.


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Items available from George include a Minnie Mouse teepee – reduced from £42 to £37 – saving of £5.

If you order online, you'll also have to pay for delivery – click and collect costs £1.50 for same day collection or 50p for delivery tomorrow.

Home delivery prices vary depending on the time slot you choose – it's best to check Asda's website for more details.

But if you order less than £40 worth of items, you will be charged a £3 basket fee.

If you want to send any of the items back, you should check Asda's terms and conditions for their refund and exchange policy.

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The sale is set to run from now until September 29 on, or until October 11 online and instore at Asda.

It's also worth deciding whether you actually need the items in the first place – it's only a deal if you were looking to buy something similar anyway.

But it's important to always shop around and compare prices online to make sure you really are getting the best deal out there.

Supermarket prices can change regularly, even one day to the next, so this kind of research is just a snapshot in time.

You can look up items yourself online before heading to a store, or by using handy comparison websites like

How to reduce the cost of your supermarket shop

There are lots of ways you can reduce the cost of your shop.

You should keep an eye out for yellow stickers to get the best food bargains.

Supermarkets often reduce the price of food nearing its use by date to shift stock and stop food waste.

You can get up to 75% off products in some cases.

Another trick is to use supermarket loyalty schemes.

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For example, Sainsbury's runs its Nectar card reward scheme, where customers receive points every time they shop in stores.

And checking price per quantity is another great way to see how much you are actually paying for your groceries.

Meanwhile, we found out from a supermarket expert how you can get your weekly shop cheaper in every aisle.

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