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Jersey Baby Teddy

Jersey Baby Teddy

A teddy for new arrivals made from our super soft baby cotton jersey fabric. The sweet little bear has an embroidered face and fuzzy towelling paws. Pair him with any items in the...Read moreCath Kidston deals
£7.20£12
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Johnson's Baby Shampoo 300ml

Johnson's Baby Shampoo 300ml

Product information Description Baby Shampoo When a baby is born their skin is at its most delicate. That's why we perfected our formulas over 125 years so they're now even more...Read moreMorrisons deals
£1.25£2
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Bambi Baby Sleeping Bag

Bambi Baby Sleeping Bag

6-18 months in stock Treat your little love to this adorable Bambi graphic sleep bag from George Home. It’s decorated with a charming pattern of Bambi and Thumper and features...Read moreASDA deals
£6£8
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28th Nov
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Pound & Roll. Baby Activity Toy

Pound & Roll. Baby Activity Toy

Design concept: tunnel shape round shape, safe arc, softer, right size for the baby to grasp, double spring design, kids can knock on both sides. Easy to grasp: scientific size...Read moreAmazon deals
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Shopping for baby clothes is fun but for new parents looking for cheap baby clothes in the UK, cheap baby stuff like monitors, cots and walkers it can be quite tedious. When shopping around for your cute little one’s clothes, you don’t just look at style, you also consider things like how comfortable or safe they’re going to be. There are also other factors you need to consider like fabric type, size, and convenience as well as price to ensure you stay within your budget limit.

Just like with any first-time parents, it is easy to feel like your money is simply slipping away from your wallet. According to a research, an average family spends about £3,000 or even more on their first born in the first year! But if you’re clever, you can spend as little as £200 for your new baby.

We at Latest Deals are here to provide you with the best possible savings both online and in-store. Our massive team of bargain hunters are always looking for cheap baby clothes, cheap baby monitors, cheap baby cots, cheap baby walkers and cheap baby stuff deals in general. All the offers and voucher codes we have are posted and verified every day ensuring that you and your baby will be happy with all the hottest savings from retailers like B&M, George Asda, John Lewis, Superdrug, BurbleBaby, Mothercare and more!

Is it okay to buy budget brands?

All budget brands need to pass the same safety tests as those with higher price tags and most of the time they are even made by the same companies. However, there are times when you have to add some finishing touches of your own on cheap baby stuff. For example, you can buy a cheap baby cot like a basic wooden one and decorate it with stencils and make it look like a designer one worth £400.

Tom’s tip: You can find discount shops in your area where you will be able to find plenty of sales and offers so make sure to familiarize yourself with them. And of course, make sure to check out the deals we have here, you might find a discount or two on those retailers.

Where can I find cheap baby stuff?

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You can find a great selection of cheap baby clothes in Tesco. They currently offer 3 for 2 on baby clothes and you can even get cute dresses and shirts for as low as £3. Debenhams on the other hand usually has final clearance sales across all baby stuff from clothes to toys where you can get a savings of up to 70% off.

George Asda deals include up to 50% off on selected baby clothes, shoes, monitors and other baby stuff. You can also get cheap baby cots here for as low as £49 from its original price of £55, so that’s a nice £9 discount.

If you’re looking for cheap baby monitors, then you better head on to Argos where you can get one for less than £30. They offer a great selection from baby monitors with videos to wearable baby monitors. You can also save from £5 to £10 on their clearance sale. You can also get cheap baby walkers online for as low as £17.49. There are also baby walkers with discounts ranging from 10% to 25% and even comes with free delivery.

If you’re looking for cheap baby stuff in general, B&M has everything from 2 for £1 baby food to £1 baby shampoo. You can also find cheap baby toys on sale here for priced at £2.99 each like the Plush Yard Animals which your baby will simply adore.

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How to buy on a budget

  • Create a list of non-essential baby stuff that you can give to your family and friends when they ask what you’d like.
  • Get advice from experienced parents about what are the really useful things they have found and do your research about it.
  • All gizmos and gadget should be assumed cons until proven otherwise.
  • Make sure you know how much you are willing to spend and where you can cut down on costs.
  • When a good offer presents itself to you, buy them in bulk.
  • Want to take advantage of sales? Plan ahead of time to get the best deals.
  • Consider buying second hands.

Brand new or second hand?

There are only a few parents opting to stock their nursery with second hand items, but there are numerous amazing bargains you can find on eBay and Amazon where you can almost find everything your baby needs in second hand.

If you want to buy new, make sure to shop around first. To save money choose budget brands and never miss out on sales. There are plenty of big retail stores and supermarkets that offer trendy but cheap baby clothes. If you find something you really love, but the price does not suit your budget then shop around first. There are so many bargains you can uncover, especially here at Latest Deals. If you’re into expensive brands, check out their outlet stores or head on to their sale rail.

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