Target has been offering some stellar deals for new parents lately—and this week is no different.
From now through Jan. 27, you can get up to $220 in Target gift cards by stocking up on baby essentials. Yes—you read that right!
These are great deals if you shop at Target regularly anyway and can put the gift cards to good use!
As always, if you have a Target REDcard, don’t forget to use it to save an additional 5 percent on every purchase.
Here are some of the deals available this week:
$40 Back On $200+ Baby And Toddler Furniture
When you spend $200 on select baby and toddler furniture, you’ll get a $40 gift card.
That means you can get items such as this Baby Relax Edgemont 5-in-1 Convertible Crib for under $300:
Or you could put together an order that includes several different baby and toddler furniture pieces, like this adorable tree bookshelf ($179):
$20 Back When You Spend $100 On Baby Care Items
Beyond that, Target is offering a $20 gift card when you purchase $100 or more of select baby care items such as diapers, wipes, formula, baby food and more.
Additional Deals On Breast Pumps, Baby Carriers, Monitors And More
You can also get a $5 gift card when you purchase select Boppy items, such as nursing pillows.
There’s also a $15 gift card up for grabs when you buy the Ergobaby organic ergonomic multi-position steel plaid baby carrier in gray, and a $20 gift card up for grabs with the purchase of an Ergobaby adapt ergonomic multi-position cool air mesh baby carrier in onyx black.
And don’t forget the $35 gift card up for grabs when you buy an Ergobaby 360 all carry positions ergonomic cool air mesh carrier in carbon gray.
If you’re keeping track at home, that’s a total for $220 worth of gift cards! And we all know a few new moms and dads who need to stock up on baby essentials, right?
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