George at Asda has launched an online sale that no parent will want to miss, featuring baby and toddler essentials for as little as £6. The supermarket has reduced the prices of items such as baby toys, baby nursery equipment and baby car seats by as much as 50 per cent - but you'll want to get in quick as the bargains won't be around for long.
The cheapest items in the early bird sale are a pair of Nuby Natural Touch easy latch anti-colic bottles, reduced to £6 from £11.50, and a Kinder Valley moses basket mattress that has been reduced to £8. Other highlights include a Disney door jumper featuring a cute Minnie Mouse design, that is almost half the price at £18 from its original RRP of £34.99.
George at Asda's online baby and toddler sale includes this Moses basket
Parents looking to kit out their baby's nursery or toddler's room will love essentials like a rocking Moses basket (£22) and open changing unit (£39), while there are also a number of car seats and booster seats available for as little as £29.99, to ensure little ones are kept safe on their travels.
Disney-obsessed parents and children will find an array of designs featuring their favourite characters; from Frozen booster seats and a Minnie Mouse activity gym (a steal at £35 reduced from £64.99), the fun pieces are sure to be a hit.
A number of Disney pieces are also included in the sale
George at Asda's early bird baby and toddler event coincides with a similar sale at Lidl. The budget supermarket is selling a number of limited edition toys, baby clothes and nursery furniture for as little as £1.79 from Thursday 6 September until stocks last.
The supermarket is increasingly becoming the place to go to stock up on bargain baby essentials. Earlier this year, Aldi sold a grey rocking chair at £149.99 - a steal compared to similar pieces of furniture on the high street. The chair sold out within one minute of going on sale in Australia, and proved just as popular in the UK, as part of the retailer's Baby and Toddler Specialbuys event.
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