20 Best Places to Get Free Baby Samples

About half of that spending will be for one-time prepping items like a crib, a car seat, a stroller, clothes, and other accouterments. Still, there are many recurring costs you need to reflect in your annual budget, as you are already feeling the pinch from high inflation this year.

Recurring costs in the first year include: – Diapers and related costs like creams and pail refills. – Feeding formula and solids later in the year. – Burping clothes, towels, breast pumps. – Doctor visit deductibles. – Toys and books.

Many retailers offer free baby samples from notable household brands that can help parents try different options and get discounted diapers, formula, and bottle supplies to fulfill their baby’s needs.

1. Amazon Baby Registry Welcome Boxes Amazon is a frequent go-to resource for most family needs, so it is not unusual that they would be for soon-to-be parents. The Amazon Welcome Box has an assortment of full, travel, and sample-size surprises for parents and their babies.

20 of the Best Places to Get Free Baby Samples

Once you create a baby registry at Target, you can get a free welcome box filled with baby-related goodies estimated at $100. The box includes sample products, discount coupons, and trial samples.

2. Target Welcome Box

3. Walmart Baby Registry Welcome Box

Once you establish your baby registry with Walmart, there are two boxes that you will receive, the welcome box filled with baby-related items from the best brands like Huggies, Johnson’s, and Enfamil.

4. Free Daily Goodie Sample Box

Daily Goodie Sample Box doesn’t require signing up for a baby registry. Instead, they’ll send you free samples and full-size products. Shipping is free, but they need your credit card. Instead, they would like any feedback you may have regarding the products.

5. Hey, Milestone Free Pregnancy Sample Box (formerly Noobie Box) Hey, Milestone offers a free pregnancy sample box for moms-to-be, filled with samples & a Hey, Milestone Guide with information and offers. There is a limit of one box per Mom-to-be per year.

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