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Here’s a great buy if you’re in the market for a car seat, whether you’ve got a little one on the way or you want to make a splash at a baby shower.
The Extend2Fit works as a rear-facing and forward-facing seat, meaning it’s suitable for babies as small as four pounds in the rear-facing position and for forward-facing big kids up to 65 pounds.
There’s also a nifty little extension panel that adds comfy leg room for growing rear-facing kiddos. The seat also features six recline settings and an adjustable headrest that refits the harness along with it. (I have a similar Graco model for my 2 year old and can confirm that it’s been a snap to move the headrest as she gets taller.)
And now, the fine print: The Extend2Fit is only this inexpensive in one colorway, although a few other options have lesser discounts available. Add the “Solar” color option to your cart to get the 20 percent off deal instantly, then add the promo code SALE25 at checkout for the additional savings. Also, the sale price is only available online at gracobaby.com.
If there are no baby showers on your horizon, Graco also has boosters for big kids on sale. The AFFIX youth booster car seat, for youngsters weighing 30-100 pounds, is 25 percent off when bought online. Originally $79.99, it’s $44.99 with the instant savings and SALE25 discount code.
AFFIX has a removable high back and adjustable headrest, plus handy, stowable cupholders. A Latch system attaches the booster to the car’s seat so it doesn’t slide out of place. Plus, it keeps the seat stable for kids who want to work on their buckling technique.
Just like the Extend2Fit sale, the instant discount only works with one style. Choose the “Grapeade” color combo to knock $20 off the regular price, then bust out that discount code.
Get a good deal and keep those kids safe!