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    • Former MSE Andrea
    • By Former MSE Andrea 13th Jan 16, 8:52 AM
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    Free baby stuff
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    • 13th Jan 16, 8:52 AM
    Free baby stuff 13th Jan 16 at 8:52 AM

    Calling all family board members... we need your help!

    We want to give a helping hand to new mums and dads to be. The bigger ticket items can cost an arm and a leg so grabbing free samples can help keep costs down, even if it's just a couple of pounds.

    I don't know about you but being a MoneySaver I started hunting for baby samples the moment I found out I was expecting - both times!

    Can you help us help mums and dads to be?

    Please share your freebie finds for parents. What have you found, did you get it, was it worth it, how did you rate it?

    Thank you!

    Check out our main site guides too:

    Our Baby Booty Freebies (Freebies Roulette!) and Baby Checklist should help.

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    • Former MSE Andrea
    • By Former MSE Andrea 27th Apr 16, 9:38 AM
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    Good to hear JohnFree!

    Don't forget to show her the guides in the top post
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    • nightsky224
    • By nightsky224 1st Jun 16, 11:34 AM
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    I don't know if other counties do it but if you live in Hertfordshire then expectant mums can get free vitamins. If breastfeeding you get them after too. Available from children's centres rather than doctors.
    Recently married and loving it x
    • mikebusano
    • By mikebusano 9th Jul 16, 7:32 AM
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    this thread is pretty useful, will bookmark it.

    Please update with new freebies and promos
    • jacknicholson
    • By jacknicholson 9th Aug 16, 6:20 AM
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    If you want good baby names visit Babynology website . I founded this website relevant and good for baby tips.
    • MikeFivve
    • By MikeFivve 5th Sep 16, 10:11 PM
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    Thank you for the great tips!
    • DUKE
    • By DUKE 2nd Oct 16, 9:54 AM
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    There's 3 coupons, Mum to Be, Bump to Baby, & New Family. I got the new Family one from Argos today & it contains a Fairy washing pod, Fairy fabric softner, 3x pampers, a small pack (12) of Pampers wipes, & a baby spoon.

    I did have trouble with it as it kept going round in circles, but it worked eventually.

    Just checked you can get one of each.
    Thanks everyone!
    • ThomasMJacobs
    • By ThomasMJacobs 14th Oct 16, 10:31 AM
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    Thanks for the info! Do keep updating!
    • PaulaKerr
    • By PaulaKerr 23rd Nov 16, 10:47 PM
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    There used to be some websites offering free nappies. Do you know one?

    Last edited by PaulaKerr; 05-06-2017 at 10:52 PM.
    • d0nner
    • By d0nner 20th Dec 16, 9:05 PM
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    Tesco bank offer a completely free year of parent life insurance cover - up to 10,000.
    • elmohandsshoo
    • By elmohandsshoo 8th May 17, 10:16 AM
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    hi every body
    good day for every one
    i will have ababy this month and need u advise and alot of offers
    • Monika333
    • By Monika333 15th Sep 17, 5:28 PM
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    I've just become a mother, but I haven't even thought about getting freebies. There is much useful information here! I'm also going to try it. Thanks a lot!
    • cathcoy
    • By cathcoy 15th Nov 17, 7:32 AM
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    There is currently an offer with boots parenting club for either a free MAM bottle and soother or free boots maternity breast pads.
    • DavidPrescott
    • By DavidPrescott 13th Jan 18, 3:48 AM
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    Thank you for sharing this.
    • FinanciallyPerplexed
    • By FinanciallyPerplexed 18th Feb 18, 6:46 PM
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    For Scottish parents - the baby box.
    • emsi_b
    • By emsi_b 8th Mar 18, 8:46 PM
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    I've been looking for free samples and not been massively successful, so thought I'd share my successes, as an update to this thread!

    Cow & Gate- cow and little diary. Handy diary for keeping notes of what's been happening!

    Mama's & Papa's- expectant parent event. Free talks, first aid demo and a goodie bag. Goodie bag included a cute little babygro/bib set, a soft rattle and a sample of baby wash. First aid demo was good, went through CPR and choking.

    Mothercare- expectant parent event. As above, but goodie bag included a baby towel, two dummies, a 4 pack of milton tablets, sample of persil, sample of comfort pure, some baby wash samples, pregnacare tablets (be great if I could swallow them!).

    MAM- bottle & soother. Did have to pay delivery, but still much cheaper than buying one from Boots. Breast pump I'm looking at doesn't come with lots of bottles, and I thought an extra one would be handy.

    Not including the Bounty and Emma's diary packs, not claimed them yet. I may as well, as they're inundating me with rubbish from rubbish companies!

    I've seen the Naty ambassador scheme, I just need to check my friends/family who are expecting would like to try them!

    Anyone else had any successes?
    • JanellCain
    • By JanellCain 16th Sep 18, 9:44 AM
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    Amazing idea!
    • fmingo
    • By fmingo 14th Nov 18, 10:01 AM
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    Freebie Xmas cards on familiesonline
    Hi guys, new to this but noticed familiesonline have a new promotion. If you sign up you get a free pack of Xmas cards worth 12 from photobox. They look really nice and they are free! Hope that helps will let you know if any good.
    • mike331
    • By mike331 30th Nov 18, 4:09 AM
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    good stuff! freebies!
    • vatread
    • By vatread 3rd Jan 19, 5:39 AM
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    Here we all ready to help.
    • Anna1976
    • By Anna1976 19th Jan 19, 5:11 PM
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    Dear new mums, if you collect bounty packs, it's good to know that they are different in different stores. My friend got a Growing family pack from Boots and only got a few leaflets, a sample of swim nappy, a pouch of baby food and a very small sample of some cream. I redeemed mine in Tesco and apart from all that, also got a complete pack of Tesco nappy pants (22 on them), a pack of baby wipes, and a full travel bottle of the cream (not a tiny sample).
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