If you’re a mum-to-be or you’ve recently had a baby, this Amazon deal is about to make your life a whole lot easier.
Right now, if you spend £200 on baby products you can save 10% by using the code LIST10, while Prime members will save 15% with the code LIST15. All you need to do is create a baby wishlist and add items from the Amazon baby store.
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Qualifying products include some must-have baby essentials, from Tommee Tippee’s range of feeding products to the ever-popular Fisher-Price toys.
Tommee Tippee Complete Feeding Kit, was £159.99 now £53.99, Amazon
If you’re a new mum, you’ve probably been introduced to Tommee Tippee. Their range of products is made to make your life easier when it comes to feeding your baby. With bottles designed by breastfeeding experts, we’re not surprised the Complete Feeding Set is a number one bestseller on Amazon.
Sophie La Girafe, £11.99, Amazon
Also high on lots of wishlists is Sophie La Girafe. Designed to soothe teething gums and stimulate the senses, she’s universally loved by little ones and a household name to anyone with children.
TOMY Toomies Hide and Squeak Eggs, was £7.98 now £7.29, Amazon
Looking for toys to keep your baby busy? The TOMY Toomies Hide and Squeak Eggs are a bestseller for good reason. The learning toy has over 22,000 five-star reviews as it encourages shape sorting and colour recognition in a fun way, for children from six months to three-years-old.
Fisher Price Game and Learn Controller, was £12.99 now £9.97, Amazon
We also love the Fisher-Price Game and Learn Controller. Loaded with different activities, your baby will be introduced to songs, sounds and phrases to teach them numbers, shapes and colours. This is especially handy when they start stealing your own gadgets to play with.
Groegg Colour Changing Room Thermometer, was £24.99 now £19.49, Amazon
One product often recommended by midwives is the Groegg Colour Changing Room Thermometer. Using colour coding, it’s a simple way to make sure the room temperature is suitable for your baby, so you can be safe in the knowledge they’re comfortable.
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For more baby items, head to the website to see everything they have to offer. It won’t take you long to fill your wishlist.
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