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Offerwatch: 70% off clothes at Arnotts, plus 15 more kid and baby deals to shop now

You’ll find sales at Cos, JoJo Maman Bébé, Smyths and more.

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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…

  • Select designer clothes are up to 70% off at Arnotts

Clothing

  • There’s also up to 70% off kids clothes at Debenhams.
  • At Next, there’s a mix of summer and winter boys’ and girls’ clothes on sale.
  • Mini fashionistas can get clothes at Cos for 50% off.

  • There’s up to 60% off at Polarn O Pyret, including ski gear and Disney clothes.
  • The Marks & Spencer kidswear sale is offering up to 60% off.
  • Head to H&M for up to 50% off lots of basics.
  • There’s up to 50% off at Zara, too.
  • And you’ll find up to 60% off hundreds of items at JoJo Maman Bébé.

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Supermarkets

  • Take a trip to Lidl for baby clothes, feeding equipment and more, from Mon Jan 13.
  • The Baby and Toddler Event at Aldi kicks off on Thurs Jan 9, with high chairs, cribs, toys, clothes and more on offer.
  • Jumbo packs of Pampers nappies are on offer for 3 for €25 at Dunnes.

Equipment 

  • There’s up to 50% off pushchairs, car seats, nursery furniture and more at Mothercare.
  • The same applies at EuroBaby - and Mamas & Papas.
  • Save 30% on the Nuby Natural Touch Steriliser and Dryer (now €59.99) at Boots
  • There’s a sale on baby essentials at Smyths, including this changing unit which has great reviews.

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

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