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Boots freebies for new mothers

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Freebies gone but not forgotten
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lucidamikelucidamike Forumite
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Freebies gone but not forgotten
Boots has started a parenting club where you can get free makeup, Huggies newborn kit, Aveny gift pack and 500 extra boots points. Plus extras when you buy other baby products


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All offers will be sent in the form of vouchers by post

* Parents with babies aged three months to two years at the time of joining will receive 500 Advantage Card points.
* Pregnant women and parents with babies under 3 months old at the time of joining will receive a Huggies (R) Newborn Starter Kit (worth £24.99) free when they buy any pack of Huggies (R) nappies, and will also receive a Free Avent Gift Pack.
* Women who join before they are 28 weeks pregnant will receive a Free No7 and a Free Soltan product, as well as the Huggies (R) Newborn Starter Kit and Avent Gift Pack (details of these offers as above).
* The Avent Gift Pack is only available to members joining before their child is three months old."

You need to have one of boots advantage cards.

You can either join on the web: (Icon at bottom og https://www.boots.com for parenting club - direct link below)

http://www.boots.com/microsites/microsite_homepage.jsp?contentId=4283&wblinktype=HPI&wblinkdetail=S2R2

Can also join via instore leaflet on the boots advantage machines in store

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  • I have just signed up I will give the stuff to my sister who is going to make me an auntie again in december

    Helen
    "what lies behind us & what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us" Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • lucidamikelucidamike Forumite
    201 posts
    Its really meant for the mother to sign up not relatives

    Learn from the mistakes of others - you won't live long enough to make them all yourself.
  • tullula_2tullula_2 Forumite
    461 posts
    cheers. thanks for this
    Happy to be here.:D :hello:
  • poorcatpoorcat Forumite
    135 posts
    I checked by ringing the Boots Advantage Card line what exactly is meant by 2 years - sure enough, it means up to/under 2, not up to/under 3 (my son's two and a half).
    Doh! It's the same with Pampers and Huggies - they stopped sending money-off vouchers as soon as he turned 2. Yeah, right, as if he was going to be fully potty trained by then (still isn't).
    Even so, I've "registered" for the parent's club via the in-store Advantage Card machine (I didn't fib about his age)- fingers crossed they send me some vouchers etc anyway, although I'm not holding out for the 500pts.
    The lady on the hotline said that if the baby club was a success, they would probably extend it to toddlers. Thing is, by then, he'll probably be at school!
  • andykoloandykolo Forumite
    178 posts
    with a 15 month old and a newborn can we join twice or does it only apply to one child ????
    all views, comments and opinions are mine and i have the right to be wrong
  • Andykolo - to get the most from this have you thought about getting another card, maybe in your name - you could then register the baby on one and the toddler on the other - that way you get the best of both!

    I know it's cheating but Hey, who cares?! :rolleyes:

    Kerry
  • sarahesarahe Forumite
    113 posts
    Hello
    I signed up as soon as I saw this - my baby is now 2 weeks overdue according to scan dates (induction on Tuesday - went through this with first born as my waters broke and he was 3 weeks early and over 9lb - I think this one is just too big to get out!)

    but I have still to receive any vouchers for my huggies goody box or avent stuff! Has anyone got theirs and is the box of goodies worth it?
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  • recieved mine this morning. its a magazine with coupons in. i joined online on 1st day
  • quietheartquietheart Forumite
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    sarahe wrote:
    Hello
    I signed up as soon as I saw this - my baby is now 2 weeks overdue according to scan dates (induction on Tuesday - went through this with first born as my waters broke and he was 3 weeks early and over 9lb - I think this one is just too big to get out!)

    but I have still to receive any vouchers for my huggies goody box or avent stuff! Has anyone got theirs and is the box of goodies worth it?

    The 500 points voucher is in the back of the baby magazine, the avent pack is ok, i think the huggies one is better but i didn't need any nappies. Check you get the points though, the woman scanned it, I only saw it hadn't added when I left the shop. They were fine when iwent back, i think they've only just been sent out and the tills weren't ready for us yet!
  • i didn't get a 500 points coupon. what was the title of your magazine and what page was it on. thanks
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