Parenting is expensive – so make the most of all the freebies you can ask for right now. We’ve found free diapers, baby wipes, baby food and lots more that you can take advantage of
Being a parent no cheap task – but luckily, there’s plenty of freebies out there that you can claim right now, including diapers and baby food.
You can also get free laundry detergent and baby wipes if you know where to look, as well as your baby’s growth chart and calendar.
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Here we explain some of the best freebies for kids that you can get right now.
Keep in mind that some of these are only available in stock and deals can be made at any time.
New moms and dads can now claim a voucher for a free pack of Aldi Mamia diapers from Netmum.
Offer is for one pack of Mamia Size 1 newborn diapers in all sizes.
Free sign up Fondness Nappy Club also lets you get a free pack of diapers every time you buy 10 packs.
There are special codes inside Pampers packages that you need to scan to sign up for each package you purchase.
Then, when you hit the 10 threshold, you’ll get a free full package delivered to you in the post.
For older children, Huggiesis giving away free samples of Dry Nites pajamas through its website.
To collect a sample, you need to tell Huggies the sex of your child, their age, and your address so they can send you a sample.
They are intended for older children, aged three to 15 years.
Free baby wash
Free sign up Boots Parenting Club and you will receive a sample of Aveeno Baby Daily Shower and Hair Care.
Freebie is for 500ml bottles.
As well as baby laundry detergent, a Boots Baby Club subscription also gets you eight points for every £1 you spend on baby products.
Boots says they also regularly send out free gifts at important stages of baby’s development.
Free baby wipes
Pura is giving away 24 packs of 100% biodegradable baby wipes for free through its website.
You also get two disposable bags made of potatoes as part of the sample pack – however, you have to pay for the 99p delivery fee.
Pura usually sells a 28-pack of 24 baby wipes for £22.10.
Free baby food
If you’ve signed up for the free Emma’s Diary baby club – more on that below – you’ll be able to claim free baby food from Little Freddie website.
Some of the flavors you can choose from for your little one include blueberry and banana yogurt, avocado squash, red lentils, and coconut.
This offer is exclusive to Emma’s Diary members, so you’ll need to use the same email address you used to sign up for Emma’s Diary.
Ella’s kitchen will also send you free offers so you can try their products when you sign up to their website.
It’s part of the free snacks package, which includes coupons for baby bags and snacks, as well as discounts on other Ella’s Kitchen items and a snack chart.
Free baby calendar
Free sign up SMA . Children’s Club and you’ll be sent a free calendar that includes the milestones of your baby’s first 1,000 days of life.
You’ll also receive personalized emails full of baby tips and regular deals on SMA products.
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Free height chart
Paws . bear allows parents to request a free height chart on their website, so you can track your child’s growth rate.
The height chart is free, but you’ll need to upload a photo of a recent receipt showing a Bear Paws purchase to get it.
Once you’ve uploaded your receipt, enter details including your name and address.
Free baby badge on board
Being pregnant on a crowded train can be daunting, so make sure you pick up a baby for free on board from Transport for London (TfL).
The idea is that it lets other travelers know you’re staying with a child.
The badges are free but you can only order one per household.
Badges can be sent to any address within Greater London and South East England.
Kids clubs are free to join
Kids’ clubs are a great way to get access to the latest discounts from your favorite stores, and you’ll be sent free parenting tips and advice.
We covered Boots above, but one of the other things worth getting into is Emma’s Diary which gives out four different children’s packs.
This includes the different stages of pregnancy and when your baby arrives, and includes product samples like vitamins, diaper creams, and baby wipes.
To get the free software, you need to register with Emma’s Diary and download its free app or download the coupons from its website.
Once you’ve got your voucher, or if you’re using the app, you can get your kids packs in Boots or Argos.
With Asda Baby Club, you can enter contests to win free products as well as exclusive offers for parents.
Shoppers will also be notified in advance of when baby products will be available to hit stores.
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