How to Get Free Stuff for Your New Baby from Target and Amazon
When you’re expecting a child, you can snag a lot of free stuff from companies that want to make your baby an [insert brand name here] baby. Diapers, wipes, formula, bottles, onesies, and even children’s books. Hey, go with it.
Target and Amazon offer two of the most impressive new-parent swag collections I’ve seen. To get either of them, you just need to create a baby registry and follow some simple steps.
Target’s Baby Registry Welcome Kit
A mom named Pearl showed off what she received in her baby registry welcome kit: a tote bag filled with items such as a Dr. Brown’s bottle, an Avent bottle, a Nuk pacifier, Dove and Aveeno products, diapers (Up & Up, Pampers Honest Company brands), a Target brand onesie, along with various coupons.
To get your own, create an online registry (you must enter your baby’s due date), and then head to customer service at your local Target and ask for the welcome kit. Note that the contents may vary by store location. You may need to show confirmation of your baby registry.
Amazon’s Baby Registry Welcome Box
Amazon’s welcome box is even more substantial. A mom who goes by Fluffy Baby on Instagram revealed her loot, which included an Amazing Baby muslin swaddle blanket, a Moon and Back organic cotton onesie, a Little Me onesie, Pampers diapers, two Nuk pacifiers, an Avent bottle and breast pads, Lysol daily cleansing wipes, Huggies wipes, Aveeno baby lotion, Cetaphil baby lotion, Burt’s Bees Baby shampoo and wash, and Aquaphor ointment.
To receive a box, you must be a Prime member, create an Amazon baby registry and spend at least $10 on any one item from your registry. (You can register for anything on Amazon, including non-baby items.) Once your $10 item has shipped, log back into your registry and select the Baby Registry Welcome Box by Amazon Family. The box will ship to you for free.
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