My wife and I have been gearing up for our first child, who is still a couple months away from joining us in this world. We have already made our baby registry, and my wife will have her baby shower in a couple weeks. We’ve also been researching different baby websites and resources – there is a lot of great information out there! We’ve also been introduced to the world of baby coupons, which can be a great way to save money on essential baby items like diapers, formula, clothing, toys, magazines, and more. There are a ton of great sites out there,so I thought I’d share a few of them today.
Baby Coupons, Free Samples, and Discounts
BabiesOnline.com. BabiesOnline.com is another great site that offers freebies, discounts, and more. They even offer parents a free webpage for the new addition to their family!
Here are some more examples of freebies offered on BabiesOnline.com:
- Free Online Birth Announcements
- Free Baby Coupons & Product Samples
- Free Photo Prints
- Free Baby Web Page
- Babies Online Toolbar (for web surfing to find parenting sites and coupons)
Special offer from Babies Online: Click Here for a Free Subscription to Baby Talk Magazine!.
CoolSavings.com: CoolSavings.com offers free samples, baby coupons, online discounts, , printable grocery coupons, travel offers, entertainment offers, and more.
BabytoBee.com. Babytobee.com offers new parents an assortment of products and information. At BabytoBee you can receive gift vouchers, coupons, trial offers, free magazine subscriptions, diaper coupons and samples, and more. They also have a blog, parenting information, and many other helpful links.
PlanningFamily.com. PlanningFamily.com is similar to these other sites and offers trial offers, samples, coupons, and a lot of other great resources including a pregnancy calendar, pregnancy and birthing information, and other articles and resources.
Recommendations when signing up for free coupons
Protect your e-mail account. I always use a sign up for dedicated e-mail account for these free sites (you can get a free e-mail account from G-Mail, Yahoo, Hotmail, etc). There are two main reasons – frequency of e-mails and to protect against spam. Some companies sell your information to other companies. I haven’t experienced that with these companies, but I try to err on the side of caution when giving out my information.
Be careful what you sign up for. Some companies offer a free trial offer, which then turns into a paid subscription. There are many free items on the websites mentioned in this article, but there are also some subscription offers. Always be sure to read the fine print before agreeing to anything.
Do you have any other baby sites to recommend?