Lidl launches huge sale on baby essentials including clothing and toys | The Sun09/08/2022
SAVVY parents will want to head to Lidl, as the discount retailer has launched a huge baby sale.
The baby and toddler event has a range of great savings, with prices starting as low as £3.49.
Each year, the supermarket giant holds an event for parents or parents-to-be.
It allows them to buy all the gear they need for babies and toddlers at a bargain price, like clothing, play mats, baby gates and weaning pots.
As well as slashing prices on its Lupilu baby products, Lidl are also discounts, including Tommee Tippee.
The baby event starts today in stores nationwide, and will be available until stocks last.
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This means you'll need to be quick as items are likely to sell fast.
The range includes baby denim joggers for £3.49, a baby play mat for £19.99 and a Tomme Tippee Quick-Cook Food Baby Maker, reduced from £70 to £59.99.
However, it's important to note an item is only a bargain if you wanted it in the first place
You should always shop around for the best price so you know your getting the best deal.
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Here are a list of items we've selected from the sale.
Baby play mat
The play mat provides plenty of space for adventure and multi-sensory play.
It comes with bright, soft toys with sound effects to encourage tots to grab and explore.
With removable arches, this play mat is perfect for parents on the go.
Baby long sleeve bodysuit
Available in plenty of colours and designs, the bodysuits make for easy access changing with an envelope neck and shoulder poppers.
The baby gate provides a safety barrier with a manual closing system.
It is suitable for children up to 24 months of age.
The gate can be opened in two directions and comes with a two-year warranty.
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