A new addition to the family is such an exciting time, whether it be your own family or to that of a family friends. Of course, let’s be honest, it can also be a very expensive time as well. 😉 When both of our children were babies I tried to utilize as many resources as possible to save money on things like formula, diapers, and baby products. That’s why we have freshened up our huge round-up of options for Moms-to-be and Moms of newborns and toddlers to take advantage of.
Online Freebies & Deals:
Seven Slings – Get a FREE Sling, valued at $48 when you apply coupon code ENBABY at check out. All you’ll have to pay is shipping.
Carseat Canopy – Use the exclusive coupon code ENBABY to snag a FREE Carseat Canopy, all you’ll have to pay is shipping!
Nursing Pillow – Here is another awesome freebie for you, just make sure to apply coupon code ENBABY and you can Get a FREE Nursing Pillow.
Udder Covers – Snag a Free Udder Cover when you use coupon code ENBABY at check out. All it will cost you is the shipping.
Baby Leg Warmers – You can pick up Free Baby Leg Warmers, and all you’ll need to pay is shipping when you apply coupon code ENBABY.
Cabinet Safety Latches – Request a FREE pack of cabinet safety latches courtesy of P&G!
Similac – Sign up for StrongMoms and receive nutritional guidance, weekly emails which are loaded with tips and tools, and even a FREE Shutterfly Pregnancy Journal which is valued at $30! Once your little one is born you can also receive up to $329 in freebies, including formula, diaper bags and more.
Store Brand Formulas – Sign up by entering your information to receive a $5 coupon for Store Brand Infant Formula, such as Kroger, Safeway, Walgreens and many more.
My Gerber – Join My Gerber and you can expect to get money saving coupons, access to online videos and tools, and exclusive offers from Gerber partners.
Earth’s Best Organics – Sign up for their newsletter and receive coupons and special offers.
Gerber – Not only can you receive coupons for formula when you join the Start Healthy, Stay Healthy program but coupons for baby food as well.
Nature’s One Organic Medical Nutrition: You can request FREE sample of their Baby’s Only Organic and Pediasmart Products.
Huggies – Join Huggies Rewards and start to earn points by purchasing participating Huggies products, answering polls, watching videos and more. You can then redeem the points for things like FREE gift cards!
Luvs – Register for the Luvs Network and receive coupons as well as the chance to enter sweepstakes and contests.
Pampers – Join Pampers Village to receive FREE samples, offers, and coupons from not just Pampers but their partner companies as well. Don’t forget to also become a Gifts to Grow member if you aren’t already. You will earn points for purchasing Pampers products including diapers and wipes. You can then use your points to “buy” various rewards including gift cards to various stores.
Seventh Generation – Sign up for their Generation Good Program to get access to try new products and receive valuable offers.
Nuk – Save up to $11 on Nuk & Gerber Graduates feeding products. You can also register for More for Moms Rewards program and receive coupons and offers up to 6 times per year.
Johnson & Johnson – Sign up for Healthy Essentials and you’ll be able to print exclusive coupons for everything from Desitin to baby bath products!
Dreft – They frequently offer Generation Good Program on their website. They tend to come and go, so make sure to check back often!
Retail Baby Clubs:
Target – When you Generation Good Program in the mail as well as 10% off any remaining items which are left on your list after your baby shower.
Babies “R” Us – You will receive valuable coupons which can be used in-store Generation Good Program.
Burlington Baby Registry – Generation Good Program and you will receive special offers and coupons via mail.
Buy Buy Baby – Create a Buy Buy Baby registry and you’ll get a goody bag full of samples and coupons (available for pick-up in your local store). They also have a nice completion to help you save on any
We would love to hear about any other money-saving resources that you are aware of, boogie on down to the comments section and please share!