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Offerwatch: 20% off buggies at Mamas & Papas, plus more kid and baby deals to shop this week

Plus, discounts at Debenhams, Boots and Bella Baby.

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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…

  • A store-wide sale has kicked off at Mamas & Papas with up to 20% off buggies and pushchairs, and up to 25% off in other departments.


  • Get half price wellies from JoJo Maman Bébé with orders over €45 by using the code PUDDLE3.
  • There’s a mix of winter and summer clothes in the Next sale. 
  • Head to Polarn O Pyret for the last chance to get up to 60% off, including limited edition Disney clothes. 

  • Shop the Arnotts sale for up to 70% off designer buys. 
  • There’s 30% off selected kidswear at Debenhams
  • At Marks & Spencer, selected kids’ clothes are included in a 3 for 2 offer. 
  • Clothes for all seasons are included in the H&M sale.


  • Update kids’ bedrooms or nurseries from €3.49 at Lidl - offers in store from Monday February 24. 
  • Stock up on Pampers Jumbo pants and nappies at Dunnes Stores – select packs are 3 for €30. 


  • The Mothercare UK warehouse clearance sale continues, with discounted pushchairs, car seats, toys and more.
  • There’s a small selection of new babycare offers at Boots this week, including 25% off La Roche Posay baby skincare, and €79 off the Motorola MBP944 Halo+ baby monitor (it’s now €284.99).
  • There’s up to 30% off highchairs at EuroBaby
  • Get the Maxi Cosi Pebble Plus car seat in black for €139.95, reduced from €259, at Bella Baby

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

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