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Offerwatch: Mothercare's warehouse sale, plus 9 more kid and baby deals to know about

Including offers at H&M, Lidl and JoJo Maman Bebe.

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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 Mothercare UK warehouse clearance sale continues, with massively discounted pushchairs, car seats, toys and more.

Clothing

  • There’s 10% off select sustainable clothes and products at JoJo Maman Bebe with the code ECO10 until March 29.
  • There are lots of clothes with massive reductions available at Mothercare
  • There’s up to 50% off select boys’ and girls’ clothing, plus shoes and boots, at Debenhams.
  • The mid-season sale is underway at Polarn O Pyret. Get an extra 5% off by signing up to their newsletter (new subscribers only).

  • At Marks & Spencer, there’s a 3 for 2 offer on select boys’ and girls’ clothes.
  • The H&M sale has started, with up to 50% off hundreds of kids’ clothes.

Supermarkets

  • There are lots of deals for kids coming to Lidl on Monday March 23, including branded toys, clothes and sports equipment.
  • Spruce up your little one’s bedroom with furniture and more available at Aldi from Thursday March 19.

Equipment

  • The Mamas & Papas mid-season sale sees up to 50% off across toys, furniture, pushchair bundles and more. 

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

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