Also try local Facebook Selling groups, where instead of eBaying second-hand goods, people harness the social network's power to sell to others in the local community. To get started, search for your area or postcode on Facebook, alongside keywords such as 'selling', 'sale' or 'buy', or sell items by location via Facebook Marketplace on the Facebook app. 
Here’s a new baby freebie courtesy of Netmums and Aldi. Sign-up today to claim a pack of Aldi Mamia New-Born Nappies and also a free pack of Aldi Mamia Sensitive Baby Wipes. The freebie consists of two nappies in size 1 and a single pack of 24 baby wipes. You are able to request the sample if you have a baby or are currently in stages 1-3 of pregnancy.
From April 2011, this was restricted to the first child only, so you can't apply if you've already got kids under 16. However, if you've already got kids and are expecting twins or triplets, you'll probably still qualify. If you're adopting a child or becoming a surrogate parent, you might also be able to get the grant. Make sure you claim within 11 weeks of the due date or within three weeks of giving birth.
This one requires a little more strategy. Sign up at The Honest Company for a free trial or two. (We recommend the latter to make the most of the $5.95 shipping cost.) You can opt into a diapers and wipes bundle as well as an essentials package, which contains lotions, surface cleaners and hand soap. Just make sure to cancel your membership within seven days, or else you’ll be charged for a monthly subscription.
In the past we've even seen other firms coming forward to accept gift cards when the retailer that's gone into administration won't honour them. When HMV entered administration in January 2013, for example, customers were given the option to exchange them for equivalent vouchers at Tesco, Asda or Boots instead. The Association of Business Recovery Professionals says gift cards may sometimes be accepted elsewhere to "preserve goodwill".
If you haven’t already, you will need to register an account with us. Once you have registered you will need to go to “My Account” and choose the Gift Vouchers option on the left. Here you can enter your chosen amount and choose if you would like the voucher emailed to yourself or your recipient. You will receive a confirmation email to your own email address after payment is complete.
For professional help, health visitors are registered nurses or midwives who are trained to carry out home visits. In England, all expecting parents and families with children under five have a named NHS health visitor. Make sure you've got their contact details in case you need them – your GP or local Children's Centre will be able to put you in touch.
If you haven’t already, you will need to register an account with us. Once you have registered you will need to go to “My Account” and choose the Gift Vouchers option on the left. Here you can enter your chosen amount and choose if you would like the voucher emailed to yourself or your recipient. You will receive a confirmation email to your own email address after payment is complete.
Gift cards differ from gift certificates, in that the latter are usually sold as a paper document with an authorized signature by a restaurant, store, or other individual establishment as a voucher for a future service; there is no electronic authorization. A gift certificate may or may not have an expiration date and generally has no administrative fees.
Used a debit card or spent under £100 on a credit card? Try using your card's chargeback facility. Visa, Mastercard and American Express may return your money. There's no limit on how much you need to spend in order to make a claim (though on Mastercard, you must spend a minimum of £10) but you must claim within 120 days of something going wrong. But this is a customer service promise, not a legal obligation. See the Chargeback guide for how it works.
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Here’s a new baby freebie courtesy of Netmums and Aldi. Sign-up today to claim a pack of Aldi Mamia New-Born Nappies and also a free pack of Aldi Mamia Sensitive Baby Wipes. The freebie consists of two nappies in size 1 and a single pack of 24 baby wipes. You are able to request the sample if you have a baby or are currently in stages 1-3 of pregnancy.

Gift cards differ from gift certificates, in that the latter are usually sold as a paper document with an authorized signature by a restaurant, store, or other individual establishment as a voucher for a future service; there is no electronic authorization. A gift certificate may or may not have an expiration date and generally has no administrative fees.
If you are pregnant or a new parent, the Internet is the best place to find baby freebies. Free toys, nappies, baby hampers and starter packs are all available online. It seems many of the top baby brands are offering free stuff. This is great for you, the consumer. Request some baby samples and you will often get money-off vouchers as well. These are redeemable in UK stores for discounts. If you are aware of any other free baby stuff that we should include, please get in touch.
Free baby sleeping box in England. The Baby Box Co is giving families with newborns in England a free baby box similar to the Scottish one above (without the extra freebies), by watching educational videos. You take a 20-minute online course on baby and child health, then do a quiz. The baby box acts as a Moses basket and comes with foam mattress, cover and sheet. You need to apply before your baby is six months old, and can pick up from 150 collection points (or pay £6 for delivery).
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