Now's the time to stock up on baby and toddler essentials, thanks to Argos' huge sale event, which has great savings on everything from baby bottles and toys to car seats and baby clothes. The savings are available until 18 September, with some items reduced by more than half price.
The baby event includes pieces from well-known names like Braun, LEGO, Chad Valley and V-Tech, along with Argos' own-brand Cuggl range. Highlights include the practical Angelcare Nappy Disposal System, which has been reduced by more than 50 per cent to £7.49 from its original price of £19.99. Parents can also monitor their baby's temperature accurately with the Braun Age Precision digital stock baby thermometer – reduced to £9.99 from £16.99.
Argos has launched a baby and toddler sale - including this Fisher-Price play gym
For educational and fun toys, the LEGO Duplo number train (£9.99) and V-Tech Talk and Learn smart phone (£10.99) are sure to be a hit with little ones, along with a number of In The Night Garden soft toys that have been reduced by 20 per cent to £11.99.
Parents still hoping to kit out their baby's nursery will find great offers on everything from a Moses basket stand (reduced by a third to £20), to changing tables, while discounts on stair gates will ensure they're kept safe once they start to walk or crawl.
This Tommee Tippee electric steam steriliser is reduced to £34.99 from £64.99
Additionally, there are some good reductions to be had on car seats and booster seats to ensure little ones are secure while travelling, and the stylish baby bags – reduced by as much as 25 per cent – allow parents to carry around everything their little ones need on the move.
But a fantastic deal that new parents won't want to miss is a £30 saving on a Tommee Tippee electric steam steriliser set, which features a steriliser, various bottles, a cleaning brush and soother for just £34.99. The offers are available for the next week online and in stores – although availability depends on the stock at each branch.
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