Congrats! As you prepare for your precious and exciting new baby, you might be wondering which baby registry to join. The answer is simple: all of them!
I think you should sign up for as many as you can. If it’s free to register, then why not?
You should absolutely register at every store that you can for two reasons:
- The Gift Bag
- Completion codes and discounts!
All the big registries offer coupons on any items not purchased from your registry when the baby is born. These can be anywhere from 15-20% off. That is big savings on baby gear!
If you pick the item from the cheapest store and then stack the completion code, you will be getting a nice discount on some big stuff. That’s why I suggest signing up for all the registries- that way, you have the coupons no matter which store is cheapest at the moment.
Best Baby Registries
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Amazon Baby Registry
Of course, Amazon has a baby registry! The Amazon baby registry is excellent, not only because Amazon has everything you need but because they make it super easy for people to send you gifts. If you only sign up for one registry, it should be this one.
If you sign up with Amazon and someone makes a purchase, you will also get a Welcome Box. Although the contents vary, you will find goodies in the Welcome Box. Previous box recipients have received a parenting book and $35 worth of baby supplies.
Click here to sign up for the Amazon Baby Registry!
Target Baby Registry
Target has tons of awesome baby gear- especially their UP&UP brand baby and mom toiletries (including diapers and wipes) and their nursing bras and clothes. I love their nursing gear!
Set up a Target Registry and get a congratulations box that contains about $50 worth of free samples and coupons when you sign up. If you sign up online, bring your verification to Customer Service, and they will give you a gift bag!
Click here to sign up for the Target Registry!
Walmart Baby Registry
Are you looking for cheap stuff? Walmart is the best place to get the cheapest stuff for your baby. If you are on a tight budget, then Walmart is the place to go.
Walmart lets you set up your registry online, and then they will mail you an awesome Baby Registry Welcome Box. Items vary, but people have gotten pretty cool things, including swaddle blankets and bottles. Definitely worth signing up for!
Click here to sign up for the Walmart Registry!
The Babylist Registry is the best universal gift registry for expecting parents. They offer unbiased advice to help parents make decisions with confidence.
Create a Babylist registry today to be eligible for a free baby box full of goodies for you and your baby!
Click here to sign up for the BabyList Registry!
Buy Buy Baby Registry
Buy Buy Baby is the ultimate in baby stores. It’s a great place to go, check out some baby gear, and see what you need (and what you want!) This is the place to go for a fun time registering.
They also have a registry! So start your Baby Registry online today, and then visit one of the Buy Buy BABY stores to receive a FREE Goody Bag full of great samples and coupons.
Click here to sign up for the BuyBuyBaby Registry!
Baby Registry Tips and Tricks:
Be Generous With Yourself
Add all the big items you want and need. Better to add more stuff than regret not having them on later. Add some small stuff and basics as well.
Don’t Forget the Small and the Basics
Add all the small stuff you think you may need. That way, you can also get coupon codes on small items- it adds up. Think diapers, wipes, nursing pads, nail clippers, milk storage bags, cloth diapers, etc. This is also great if you have a baby shower- someone can buy something small in their budget.
Fudge Your Due Date
Set your due date before your actual due date. That way, you can get the completion coupon before you have the baby (hopefully) and prepare accordingly.
Using the completion code can save you a lot of money on the big and small stuff.
This post originally appeared on A Dime Saved.