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Wednesday, November 26th, 2014
** By Dana Baardsen
It’s nearly impossible to join the holiday discount madness with a little one glued to your hip—or swaddled to your side. Even though you may not be able to charge through the crowds in-store this season, don’t you dare settle for full price! We’ve got your aching back, mommy, and here’s our gift to you: 2014’s best Cyber Monday baby deals and steals, all ready to go live on December 1, 2014!
Keep Baby warm. Explore 7 A.M. Enfant, find something warm and snuggly for your little one, and check out with 30% off of your entire purchase. This one really suits your on-the-go family! Code: CYBERMONDAY30
Carrying your baby never looked so good. With multiple wearing positions for mommy and daddy, these beautiful Baby K’tan carriers are a must. Enjoy at 20% off. Code: BFCM20
Grab some mommy-and-baby body balm. This mild, soothing lotion is safe to use on your baby’s delicate skin, and effective enough for yours. Get 25% off of the Loving Care Body Balm by Le Couvent Des Minimes from Ulta!
Who doesn’t need anything from Skip Hop? Spend up to $50 and get 20% off, up to $80 and get 25% off, and if you spend more than $75 you get 30% off. Any purchase over $50 (hello, diaper bag!) is shipped with a free gift!
Say no more to sore knees! Protect your baby’s skin with Crawlings, so the time spent on the ground isn’t as taxing. You’ll get free shipping with one pair, 20% off with 2-3 pairs, and 40% off with four pairs!
MommyMeds app is a lifesaver. This database, which is an extension of research from the InfantRisk Center at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, contains information on over 20,000 prescribed, over-the-counter, and herbal medicines. Moms can look up symptoms and medications to find out what’s safe and what isn’t. By the time Tuesday rolls around, this source of information will no longer be free-for-download on iOS, so get it free now!
Calling all mini trendsetters! The mini collection at Appaman binds European trends with Brooklyn vibes. Will you have the most stylish baby in 2015? Receive 40% off of the entire store, and free shipping on orders over $100.
The only thing softer than Baby is mommy. Check out Earth Mama Angel Baby, a line featuring certified organic shampoos, soaps, balms and lotions galore! Snag 50% off of your entire order, with free shipping for orders over $25.
Cotton never felt so good! Spruce up your baby’s romper wardrobe, and peruse through Skyla Luna’s eco-friendly sleepwear collection. This green baby deal involves 20% off of long-wearing jammies made from organic cotton.
As baby grows, so does the highchair. The innovative Tripp Trapp Chair by Stokke, just made parents’ lives a whole lot easier—and a little sleeker, too. The chair is designed to seat your baby right up to your dining table, so your newest family member doesn’t miss out on a single thing. This staple highchair will be discounted from $249 to $199 with free shipping on Cyber Monday.
These shoes were made for growing babies! The American Podiatric Medical Association has placed their stamp of approval on these UMI Baby shoes designed for healthy foot growth. Some of these too-cute-to-boot styles will be featured at 60% off.
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Monday, October 21st, 2013
By Savings.com Editor Susan Yoo-Lee
With Halloween only a few weeks away, it’s about to get really busy for the entire family. The good news is that retailers are releasing their best deals earlier than they have historically done because of the shorter holiday shopping period this year. In fact, we’re starting to see those great offers now.
Here are this week’s top five deals you can use for your entire family:
- If you haven’t gotten your Halloween costumes yet, right now you can save $20 off your purchase over $80 at Costume Discounters. Use coupon code SAVE80. Expires 10/31/2013.
- If you have a baby, take advantage of an offer from Diapers.com and save 20% on your diaper purchase. You can even combine this coupon with sale prices for an even better deal. Use coupon code GOSHOPAFF. Expires 12/31/2013.
- Do you need to buy a couple of sweaters, pants, long sleeved shirts for the entire family? Or a mixer in which to make your favorite holiday treats? Save 20% off any order over $100 at Kohl’s. Use coupon code CARAMEL. Expires 10/27/2013.
- For more kid-specific fall clothing deals, use this coupon from The Children’s Place to save 20% off your entire order. Use coupon code D7G813. Expires 10/31/2013.
- Stock up on winter indoor activities (or get a jump start on that Christmas list!) by saving $3 off select Hasbro games at Target. If your purchase goes over $50, click through this link first to save an additional $5 off your entire purchase, then add coupon code SAVE3GAMES at checkout to get the $3 off as well. Expires 10/27/2013.
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Thursday, December 27th, 2012
Saving money is always a New Year’s resolution, especially on the heels of buying all those presents. This Christmas season I finally got in the habit of searching for coupons before I went through an online checkout. The largest (and, in my experience, easiest) coupon site to use is RetailMeNot.com, and coincidentally, just before the holiday, I got to talk to Trae Bodge, Senior Editor of The RetailMeNot Insider.
“People want coupons across the board for everything,” she told me. If you’re a new mom, that means you want to cut the cost of the things you run through, such as diapers and formula, but also the stuff you hang on to, like strollers and car seats. I asked if it’s better to look for a percent-off coupon, or free shipping; Bodge says that it’s best for folks to quickly do the math in their head to determine what’s the better deal. “Last year free shipping was king, but this year a percent off seems slightly more attractive,” Bodge says. She sees parents working the system by, say, using a percent-off coupon for BabiesRUs.com, but then choosing the in-store pickup option, so there’s no shipping fee either.
I am no couponista, but I am learning. Bodge tipped me off that there’s a RetailMeNot app which, if you open it in the parking lot of your local mall, will download all the coupons that are good for the stores inside. The salespeople can then swipe a coupon code off your phone, or type it in manually.
While I had her on the phone, I of course had to ask about baby registries, since that’s my thing. Her advice mirrors mine, when it comes to making up your own registry: Beg an experienced mom-friend to do it with you. “Confer before you finalize your registry!” Bodge says. Use a store that has a registry checklist, but ask your mom-friend to weigh in on what’s a necessity and what’s just an extra.
And now, as their Happy New Year gift to you, RetailMeNot.com is going to send five of you each a $100 gift card. You can use it for anything you want, but $100 will go further if you use a coupon! To be entered to win, leave a comment below. You can comment up to once a day between now and the end of the day on Wednesday, January 2nd. One idea: tell me what baby or kid stuff you prefer to buy online. We’ll pick five winners at random, and our new friends at RetailMeNot.com will mail the gift cards. For the complete rules, read here. Goody luck with the contest, and here’s to a goody-filled New Year!
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Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011
It’s that time of year again when your kid comes home talking about the dreaded F-word… FUNDRAISING. But raising money to support your child’s school shouldn’t be a chore. And thanks to a new initiative by Microsoft called Deals for Schools, it doesn’t have to be. You can save money on your shopping–and your school will receive a portion of your purchases. How? An outgrowth of Bing Deals, which is a shopping site that aggregates the best deals for products and services available in your area, Deals for Schools works in much the same way. The difference is that Deals for Schools allows non-profit school groups and organizations, like your child’s Glee Club or Math League, to earn a commission off of deals bought through the site.
Two ways to earn money for your school:
- Recruit new vendors for the site and earn a commission off of every deal they sell.
- Post a link to Deals for Schools on your social media accounts and websites and earn your organization money every time a consumer purchases a deal through your link.
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Why not become the most popular parent at your next PTA meeting and suggest a fundraising campaign that everyone can be happy with. Sign up
your child’s school group and say bye-bye to door-to-door wrapping paper and chocolate sales.
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Friday, October 29th, 2010
Over here at Parents, we’re always looking for ways to save. So, you can imagine our excitement when we heard about Have You Tried This Yet?, Procter & Gamble’s newest “smart shopper” initiative that features a brandSAVER coupon booklet with over $113 in cost-cutting values.
Looking to help their customers make informed purchasing decisions, P&G launched this program to showcase their favorite and most innovative new products from brands we buy every day—Tide, Charmin, Cover Girl, and many more—at parent-happy prices.
Keep your eyes peeled for the coupon book in this Sunday’s newspaper—looks like Halloween just got a little bit sweeter!
For a list of participating brands, check out P&G online.
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