Like with Honest Co and Dr. Seuss Book Club, to receive this freebie book you will have to sign up for a monthly subscription but cancel it within the next three weeks to prevent being charged. Call (888) 215-4327 to cancel. It is so worth it the hassle because good hardcover books are so difficult to find and babies absolutely love them. Here’s the link!

Try the 'one up, one down' hack. This one is a lifesaver and perfect for cooler months. In breastfeeding parlance, 'one up, one down' is when you wear a strappy vest under a normal t-shirt, top or sweater. You can then pull up the top, and whip down the vest for easy access without exposing your tummy. No need for specialist nursing vests with clips – many people just buy cheap stretchy vests (I like Primark's) and pull the front down.
I love the app Verydice to get free diapers, wipes, baby clothes, bottles/pacifiers, even carseats all that come from Amazon. You just have to save up your tickets. Shipping is free too. Use the code 2899035 if you’re interested to get you some free rolls to start off. I’ve already redeemed over 20 baby items, so I know it’s legit lol but I’ve been playing almost 2 years.
Gift cards have been criticized for the ability of the issuer to set rules that are detrimental to the purchaser or card recipient. For example, gift cards may be subject to an expiry date, administrative fees, restrictions on use, and absence of adequate protection in case of fraud or loss.[2] Over time fees may render the value of a gift card zero. However, these issues have been addressed in recent years in some jurisdictions. In the United States, many jurisdictions limit or prohibit all fees or expiration dates for gift cards. Further, because of the negative impact on sales that such policies can have, most merchants have adopted and even advertise a "no fee, no expiration" policy for their gift cards, whether or not state laws require it. In 2011, an estimated 2.5% of gift cards were subject to an expiration date and 2.7% to post-sale fees.[12]
The Consumer Council for Water website also has a list of water company contacts – get in touch with it if you have any problems making arrangements with your water company. It's also worth noting that bottled water isn't recommended for making baby formula but if it has to be used, NHS Choices provides guidelines. Plus see our Cut your water bills guide for full cost-cutting help.
I've received a gift card/voucher – what should I do with it? It's simple – spend it as quickly as possible! That way you won't be affected if the retailer does go bust, plus you minimise the risk of you losing it/shoving it somewhere safe and forgetting all about it until after the credit runs out. Remember, most gift cards and vouchers have expiry dates.
Baby companies give out a ton of free baby samples but only if they know you're out there and have a baby. If there's a company that makes a baby product you'd like to try, you should visit their website and register your information with them. This way when the baby companies decide to send out free baby samples, they'll automatically send one out to you.

Like with Honest Co and Dr. Seuss Book Club, to receive this freebie book you will have to sign up for a monthly subscription but cancel it within the next three weeks to prevent being charged. Call (888) 215-4327 to cancel. It is so worth it the hassle because good hardcover books are so difficult to find and babies absolutely love them. Here’s the link!
Valid only on purchases made in the UK from Apple Media Services. Use requires an Apple ID and prior acceptance of licence and usage terms. Not redeemable for cash, for resale, for shipments outside the UK and no refunds or exchanges (except as required by law). Data collection and use subject to Apple’s Privacy Policy; see apple.com/uk/privacy. Apple is not responsible for any loss or damage resulting from lost or stolen cards or for use without permission. Your statutory rights are not affected. App Store & iTunes gift cards are issued and supplied by Apple Distribution International. In distributing the cards, the retailer is acting as agent for and on behalf of Apple Distribution International. Terms apply; see apple.com/uk/go/legal/gc. Content purchased from the iTunes Store is for personal lawful use only. © 2019 Apple Distribution International. All rights reserved.
A popular offer from Huggies. At this site, you can request a voucher, redeemable for £2 off Pull-Ups Potty Training Pants at participating stores. These are purposely designed for potty training and feature stretchy sides and fun Disney design prints. A short registration is required (it only takes a minute or two). Some supermarkets retail the item at £2 from time to time, making it effectively free of charge in some instances.

The Facebook page every breastfeeding mum needs. This group is an absolute game-changer. From wedding guest outfits to cosy pyjamas, the Can I Breastfeed In It? Facebook group is a wonderfully supportive community of women on a quest for high street buys that look great but are also easy to feed in. The best bit is members post photos of themselves in outfits, so you can see what the clothes look like on other mums. Also worth a look are its site and Instagram pages for more tips.
Gift cards are credit card sized plastic cards that have a stored value of money pre-loaded on to them. There are two main types of gift card; single branded gift cards can be spent in only one chain of stores and multi retail gift cards can be spent in multiple participating stores. Some gift cards can also be redeemed online using a code printed on the card. Gift cards are a popular gift in the UK due to the ease of use and the choice they give to the user.
Our vouchers are a great way to save money. You simply buy them on your credit or debit card and then download instantly. Voucher numbers are always limited and available on a strictly first come, first served basis. Please be aware that some of our offers get snapped up very quickly, so we always recommend being as quick as you can to avoid disappointment!
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NHS Healthy Start is a government initiative, you may qualify for free vouchers every week to spend on milk, plain fresh and frozen fruit and vegetables, and infant formula milk. You can also get free vitamins. If you’re pregnant or have children under the age of four you could qualify if you’re on benefits, or if you’re pregnant and under 18. Check if you qualify here.
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