Becoming a new parent can be expensive, even becoming parent for a second or third time isn’t without its added costs. Cots, prams, bottles, clothes, toys and nappies are just a few things that you will need to buy before your new bundle of joy arrives. Luckily there are many companies out there who are happy to dish up plenty of freebies including samples, vouchers (From companies like Borncute (Hover here for more info)) and even full sized products. Check out this guide to which companies will give new mums free stuff:
As an extension to the Boots Advantage Card scheme as a new parent you’ll also be able to sign up to the Boots Parenting Club. As a member you will receive 10 points for every £1 you spend, tailored offers designed to follow you and your new baby up until they’re three years old, a glossy magazine full of helpful information, regular emails keeping you up to date with the latest advice and plenty of gifts; these gifts vary so sign up now to find out what’s on offer.
The Bounty packs are bags of free samples and information for expectant and new mums, and provide you with the opportunity to ‘try-before-you-buy’, a range of samples for you, your baby and your family. When you visit your midwife for the first time you will be issued with a Pregnancy Information folder which will contain a voucher for your first Bounty pack, the Mum-To-Be pack which you can collect from Boots, Asda or Superdrug. This pack is filled with information, products, samples and vouchers. You will also receive the Newborn Pack once your little one is born from a distributor on your maternity ward which also contains a voucher for the Family Pack.
Emma’s Diary is a brilliant website filled with advice and information from conception to toddlers. When you register with the website you will be sent a gift pack filled with products and money off vouchers, sometimes there is even a bonus for registering such as Argos vouchers.
The Aldi Mamia Parent Club allows you to test products for free, it also allows you to read real recommended Aldi products from the parents who have tested them.
The Pampers Club not only gives you the option to order free samples of their products and money off they also offer a reward scheme, giving back to you every time your purchase a Pampers’ product. Simply download the Pampers Club app and register, open the app and take a photo of your receipt to warn points for the purchase (receipts must be less than 30 days old). You will earn 10 points for every £1 spend to redeem against gifts; your first receipt will also get you 500 bonus points.
Aptaclub offers help and information 24/7 with personalised emails guiding you every step of the way through your pregnancy and the toddler years. With offers, hot-to-guides, checklists and practical advice it’s well worth signing up to this service.
Cow and Gate offer lots of advice about your feeding choices when it comes to your baby, joining their club gives you access to this advice, information, discount coupons and an adorable plus cow which will be sent to you through the post.
There are many other websites you can take a look at depending on what choices you make during your pregnancy and a quick Google will find them for you, these are just some of the main ones that offer you plenty of goodies. So make sure you take advantage and sign up to all of these, there is nothing better than new mum free stuff.