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Offerwatch: Up to 50% off at Mamas & Papas, plus more kid and baby deals happening right now

Including 30% off at Eason.

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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…

  • Black Friday deals are underway at Mamas & Papas, with up to 50% off pushchairs, bedding, clothing and more. 

Clothing

  • There’s 20% off selected nightwear and 30% off selected girls’ knitwear at Debenhams.
  • Marks & Spencer has a few offers, including 3 for 2 on selected kids’ clothing, 3 for 2 on selected toys and books, plus two for €32 on onesies. 
  •  The sale at H&M is still going strong, with lots of winter basics on offer.
  • At River Island, there’s up to 30% off the boys’ and girls’ ‘winter edit’.

Supermarkets

  • There’s matching Christmas pyjamas for the whole family at Lidl.
  • At Dunnes, there’s three for €25 on Pampers Baby Dry Jumbo Plus range.

Toys and entertainment

  • There’s 50% off selected toys at Mothercare
  • It’s already Black Friday at Smyths, with offers in-store and online. 
  • The same applies at Easons, with 30% off almost everything online using the code ‘BLACK’. 

Equipment

  • Save 10% on selected baby travel and nursery equipment at Boots with the code ‘NURSERY10′. 
  • The Black Friday sale has also started early at Euro Baby, with up to 50% off nursery furniture, pushchairs, car seats, cribs and more. 
  • There’s €100 off the Maxi Cosi Axissfix Plus car seat at Bella Baby. 

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

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