How You Can Claim Your Free Amazon Baby Box

Free Amazon baby box

Are you expecting a baby?

Well, how would you like a box of useful pregnancy and new baby freebies from Amazon?

If You Are in The UK

The box includes a Disney Nemo plush toy, a Tommy Tippee baby bottle with dummy, a Aveeno Baby Soothing Relief Emollient Cream and lots of other cool goodies?

All you have to do is firstly sign up to Amazon prime if you are not already a member. You can even start with a 30 day free trial.

Next you have to create a Baby Wishlist - list up all the things that you will need for baby. Here are some suggestions for your new baby shopping list.

Next you just need to spend £20 on baby products from your wishlist. Then you can claim your free baby box!

Click here for the full Amazon UK terms and conditions

If You Are in The US

The contents of the box are no specified so it's a suprise!

All you have to do is firstly Sign up to Amazon Prime if you are not already a member. You can even start with a 30 day free trial.

Next you have to create a Baby Registry - just list all the things that you will need for baby.

Next you need to spend only $10 (so it's easier to claim than in the UK!) on baby products from your wishlist. Then you can claim your free baby box!

Click here for the full Amazon US terms and conditions

There are so many things that you need for new baby, so you can by sure that anything that you get in these boxes will come in really useful.

Related: More pregnancy freebies for expectant mothers in the UK.

How You Can Claim Your Free Amazon Baby Box




About eParenting: eParenting was started by Jacqui O'Brien in 2004. At the time her kids were 1 and 4 and kept her nice and busy. Now they are teenagers and still keeping her pretty busy!








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