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Offerwatch: The baby and toddler event at Aldi - plus even more deals for your little ones this week

Including a sale on all bicycles in Smyths.

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YOUNG KIDS DON’T come cheap. That’s why every Wednesday in the Parenting Magazine, we scan the best offers from pregnancy to preschool - online and off.

Here’s what’s happening in stores this week:

Top pick…

  • The Aldi baby and toddler event is taking place from Thursday November 7, with bouncers, play gyms, toys and clothes among the items on offer. 


  • Get 50% off waterproof trousers when you buy a waterproof coat at Polarn O. Pyret.
  • There are new additions to the Arnotts sale, with up to 50% off selected kids’ clothes.
  • At Debenhams, there’s up to 30% off nightwear, clothes, shoes and more.

  • There’s 3-for-2 on selected kids’ clothing at Marks & Spencer, including festive tops.
  • You’ll find a good selection of winter basics in the H&M sale. 
  • At River Island, there’s up to 30% off the boys’ and girls’ ‘winter edit’.


  • Ski holiday coming up? The ski event at Lidl, from Thursday November 7, will get you ready.
  • At Aldi, the Christmas toy event launches on the same day.
  • At Dunnes, there’s three for €25 on the Pampers Baby Dry Jumbo Plus range.

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Toys and entertainment

  • There’s 25% off selected books at Eason.  
  • All bicyles in-store and online at Smyths are on sale until Monday, November 18.


  • Selected Tommee Tippee bottles are half price at Boots.
  • You can get a free car seat with every Cosatto Wow XL bundle purchase at Eurobaby.

That’s it for this week! Check back next Wednesday for more offers.

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