We all know there is one born every minute, which is why so many businesses are adding a ‘baby club’ to their list of offerings.
These baby clubs can afford to be ‘generous’ in efforts to woo you to their brand.
You may find that using these clubs to help bring the cost down on products you were going to purchase anyway, could see you bagging some impressive savings if you time it right.
My advice would be to sign up to as many baby clubs as you can. This is the best way to get freebies and money off coupons sent to you. Many clubs send you full sized products, soft toys or baby food samples.
But where do I start I hear you cry?
I’ve put together a selection of clubs and what they send you:
- Aptamil (Aptaclub baby club). This baby formula manufacturer will send you nutritional advice booklets, money off coupons and a free polar bear toy.
- Asda Baby and Toddler Club. Great for being kept in the loop of when Baby Events are happening so you can grab all of your supplies when they are discounted. It’s worth noting that from February 23rd 2013, Asda stores will be no longer stocking Huggies nappies (previously you were given a voucher for a free Huggies Newborn pack) as the manufacturer will no longer be supplying retailers in the UK and most of Europe .
- Avent (Due Date Club) send you a free Anti Colic bottle upon registering.
-Boots Parenting Club. This is a great one to sign up for as you collect 10 points for every £1 you spend on baby products. They also post you lots of money off coupons and you get a free baby changing bag.
- Cow & Gate - Another good one here as you are sent a free cute cow toy, free weaning pack, development magazines and money off coupons.
- Ella’s Kitchen - This brand send you money off coupons, free yoghurt baby rice/fromage frais coupon and regular product updates. They also send you a free weaning guide.
- Emma’s Diary - This is a super informative website where you can get print a voucher for a free gift pack you collect from Argos (including mini product samples such as Fairy washing powder, baby wipes and breast-pads).
- Heinz Baby Club - At each stage of weaning you are sent, free samples of baby food, money off coupons and also a meal planner advice booklet.
-HiPP Organic (HiPP Baby Club)- This is one of my favourite baby clubs as they send you such a lot of useful things! You get a free pouch (fruit and then savoury), free packet of porridge, free spoon and lots of money off coupons.
- Nuby – ‘Like’ on Facebook for free gift (bottle, dummy or toy)
- Pampers – These guys send you magazines, money off coupons, newborn pack with wipes, nappies and more lovely coupons.
- Plum – ‘Like’ on Facebook for free pouch coupon, also sign up on their website for another 50p off coupon. If you dont have FB they will happily send you the coupons in the post of you request.
- Sainsbury’s (Little Ones) – Free Huggies ‘Mum & Baby Bundle’ (includes bottle of shower gel, Carex hand wash, changing mat, Kleenex tissues, fabric softener, wipes) with purchase of nappies.
- Tesco Baby Club - Another useful one to sign up for to receive magazines and money off coupons. You also get a flyer posted to you when their baby event is running.
Have I missed any off the list? Please let me know of any others in the comments below.
Remember the best way to maximise the value of your money off coupons is to buy the product as cheaply as possible. I always use mySupermarket to compare the price of products to see which supermarket is selling what I am after, the cheapest.
Tip – It might be a good idea to set up a separate e-mail account when registering with these sites if you don’t fancy your inbox being filled with baby-ness too!