Never pay full price for baby items again with our round-up of the best online baby sale bargains
At any moment in time, somewhere online, there is a baby sale happening.
Some retailers are simply selling off out-of-season stock in sales and clearances, other stores strategically plan their baby sales, typically called baby events, throughout the year to hit peak shopping times.
In theory, this means you shouldn’t ever have to pay full price for anything baby-related, whether its everyday essentials or larger, expensive items. You just need to be savvy with the baby sales.
Sadly, most parents don’t have the time to scour multiple online bargain bins so let us do the hard work for you! Below we’ve rounded up our pick of the best baby sale sites and their current discounts. We haven’t listed everything on offer; instead handpicking what we consider to be the best deals and savings from each and we will update this page as more deals and baby events go live.
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Aldi doesn’t have a year-round baby sale as such, because it already offers decent value compared to its rivals, but it does offer baby and toddler products through its Special Buys promotions and the current Aldi Baby and Toddler 2020 event went live on 9 January.
Special Buys tend to sell out quickly in stores but thankfully, the majority of these items are also available online if you don’t want to miss out. Aldi also offers free delivery on orders over £20.
A menu on the left-hand side of the page can be used to filter the categories, which range from nursery furniture to dummies.
The latest Aldi baby and toddler sale includes:
MyBabiie Bedside Crib: £79.99
This soft padded bedside crib keeps sleeping babies safe and close by and comes with six adjustable heights. It also inclines if you’re little one suffers from reflux. The price includes a mattress, a removable washable lining and a storage bag for easy transportation. This crub is suitable for babies up to six-months-old.
Mamia Baby Highchair: £19.99
Lightweight, stable and portable, this baby highchair has an easy-wipe padded seat, foot rest, large removable feeding tray and five-point safety harness. As with most highchairs, this model is suitable for children aged six months and up, or babies who are confident in sitting.
What’s more, Aldi’s Mamia highchair comes with a free six-month warranty and you can choose between a dog or dot design.
Organic cotton clothing: £2.99 per pack
Aldi’s new 100% organic cotton range includes an Organic Baby Sleepsuit (£6.99) that comes with or without feet in a range of designs suitable for ages 0-24 months. There’s also the Organic Baby Bodysuit (£3.99) and Organic Baby Trousers (£2.99)
You can grab some baby and child bargains from Boots either during their regular Boots Baby Events, its baby clearance page or via is Boots baby sale and offers round-up.
The Boots Baby Event page features savings on everything from wipes to toys to clothes and bottles. You can also find many of these offers on the dedicated Boots baby sale page and the retailer is currently running a sale across many nursery and baby essentials including nursing pillows, prams, nightlights, and more.
Depending on how the offers have been tagged, they’ll either appear on both of these hubs or only on one so it’s worth checking both.
If an item is part of a separate promotion, you’ll also see a link to that promotion below each listing or you can choose the promotion type from the filter menu on the left-hand side of the page.
Next typically reserves its biggest baby sale for Boxing Day and New Year’s Day and it’s not unusual to see parents queuing outside stores in the early hours to grab the best bargains. Don’t do that. Check out the Next baby sale and clearance pages throughout the year instead and keep your child’s wardrobe topped up with clothes for every season.
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The beauty of Next is that it often makes styles for a wide range of ages. Rather than having clothes for babies separated from clothes for older children, you can buy a selection of designs for newborns up to seven years old. Plus, on the sale and clearance site, you can see which sizes are available without having to click on the item listing, and see the item’s price history, so you know if it’s a good deal or not.
The majority of items are end-of-line/end-of-season pieces but you’ll also find special offers for the season ahead. The Next sale and clearance page is here and you can filter depending on your child’s gender and age along the left-hand panel.Shop the Next baby sale here
Now that Halloween is over, you can grab some bargains for next year’s Trick or Treating in the current Asda clearance.
Like Next, you have a couple of options when looking for bargains in the Asda baby sale.
You can either visit its dedicated baby sale page that is updated throughout the year, or wait for its series of baby and toddler events that happen periodically. The former tends to offer discounts on clothes, but the baby events typically feature wider baby essentials such as nursery furniture, bottles, buggies and maternity items. There is even a super useful hospital checklist for expectant parents.
The current Asda Baby and Toddler event is live now and we’ve picked out some of the best bargains across the sales.
Be warned, however, that not everything is reduced via that link. Asda lumps all of its baby products together and the best place to see the most up-to-date bargains is its baby sale page.
The rest of its year-round baby offers are found on the Tesco baby sale hub. That page lists both one-off event offers as well as the general, everyday deals you can find in-store and online, such as 2 for £10 on nappies.
Of course, Boots is currently selling the same nappies for cheaper (see the Boots section above).
Outside of the main events, the savings are relatively minimal but if you’re after a cheap teether, or toiletries it’s worth a look.