Best Deals for Baby Stuff

The best offers for baby articles

Cookies are used to provide you with the best experience on our website. Argumentos has started a huge baby sales with up to 25% discount. The ARGOS company has started a huge baby sales campaign for insolvent families with up to 25 percent cost reductions on several hundred different baby care product lines. Among the high points are articles from famous labels such as Fisher-Price and Tommee Tippee. Selling also includes the Argos Cuggle kindergarten series.

Consumers can go to their nearest retailer or buy groceries on-line to take full benefit of the offering that runs from today (Wednesday 28 February) to Tuesday 3 April.

In spite of the retailer's huge sales, some of these articles may be available elsewhere for less money. Mothercare, for example, last months saw the price of articles on the Internet and in shops in all divisions fall by up to 75 percent - up to and counting baby carriages and kindergarten furnishings. The website keeps track of all the articles on the Argos website, and the information is available for every article on the site.

And you can create pricing warnings so you can see when the best moment to buy is, and the site has a section that shows which articles have been discounted each and every purchase made. Below are some of the best deals contained in Argos baby sales: You got a history for the Sun Online Money crew?

View the best deals from £1.79

Call to all mothers-to-be and parent! From baby clothing and neonatal games to all the important things you need for a daycare centre, Lidl has put on the market a huge baby and motherhood sales range - and rates begin at just £1.79. Meals are provided by a Lupilu baby harness kit (£3.99), while you can get the necessities such as a baby cloth (£3.99), jogging (£3.99 for two couples) and body suits (£3.99) for less than a five each.

In the meantime, for future generations who still want to equip a day care center, you will find furnishings that are not only affordably priced, but also hard-wearing. One three-in-one berth with built-in drawer (£119) and a baby changer with drawer (£99) are some of the items that are sure to quickly sold out - and no one would ever suspect you bought them next to your week's work.

Supermarkets are becoming more and more a place where you can buy cheap baby items. Clearly the stool sell out in Australia within a single minutes of selling and turned out to be as much a hit in the UK as at the Retailer's Baby and Toddler Specialbuys series.

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