Save a few pennies with these high street baby sales, from Argos to Sainsbury's, Asda and Lidl.
With Christmas fast approaching, many will have began counting their pennies and working out budgets for their gift lists and every day essentials.
In good timing, several big high-street names – including Boots, Argos and Lidl – have all launched huge sales on baby items, slashing prices for thrifty shoppers and savvy parents!
So, where should we be heading this weekend in the name of a good ol’ bargain?
‘I don’t want 50% off a range of goodies’ said no-one, ever.
Yep – Britain’s best loved one-stop-shop for toys, and home of the infamous Argos catalogue used on pretty much every Christmas list, has launched its September sale.
Deals include half price on Tommee Tippee baby bottles, and up to 20 per cent off Chad Valley toys.
However, shoppers hoping to bag a bargain will have to act sharpish – with the sale ending on the 18th of September.
While you’re doing your weekly shop, why not check out Sainbury’s huge deductions on baby food and nursery essentials.
The supermarket is offering discounts on a Fisher Price Smart Stages chair and a range of dummies and other baby essentials – which have been knocked down to a couple of quid.
The sale is yet to have an official end date, but it is expected to finish at some point during October
Asda’s own brand George have rolled out their own reductions on a number of baby clothes – with the biggest bargain a pair of easy-latch bottles marked down to just £6.50
Asda’s incredible offers can be found both in store and online.
Lidl has been a big hit among parents this month, as the supermarket has slashed prices in store on a range of baby necessities for the month of September.
With discounts on a range of essentials including strollers, cots, changing stations and pretty much all other essentials, the lowest priced items in the sale is priced at just £1.79.
Boots recently launched a giant baby event in August – with prices starting at just 60p.
During the event, all Johnson’s bath time products were half price, and shoppers could grab a serious bargain on strollers and pushchairs.
While the sale has now ended, nifty shoppers should keep their eye on the shop because it’s likely Boots will do another successful price slash again soon.
Words by Alice-Rose Perry