Last chance baby deals you can’t afford to miss

Black Friday

by Lorna White |
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Although Black Friday itself may be over, there are still a host of great baby deals for you to get your hands on. So, whether you're looking for pregnancy and maternity buys, the perfect buggy or pram,or the best toy deals, we're sure you can find incredible discounts, on the products of your dreams.

There’s no denying that last chance buys, are brilliant for bagging great deals on those everyday essentials or even a treat for yourself. Shopping online can be a bit of a minefield though, which is why we’ve done all the hard work for you and found the best last-chance baby deals, including the odd item for yourself too (we all deserve a little treat once in a while).

And, with many amazing products to still take advantage for your baby, toddler, or the top pregnancy and maternitymust-haves, we’ve got you covered.

The best last chance baby deals:

Amazon deals

Mamas & Papas deals

Online4Baby deals

John Lewis & Partners deals

Boots deals

The White Company deals

Kiddies Kingdom

The Works deals

Not On The High Street deals

Boden deals

Very deals

Argos deals

Tommee deals

29% off

Lansinoh Breast Pump 2-in-1 Double Electric Breast Pump
Price: $250.00

We get that you don't have loads of free time to pump, and this hospital-grade performance Lansinoh Breast Pump will help you express quicker than ever before. It also has incredible features like a ComfortFit breast cushion, adjustable suction levels as well as being able to be used via mains or with batteries.

One reviewer said: "This has changed my life specially my first days with my baby. It was so painful so with this electric pump just 10 min and so relief. I am so happy with this purchase and suction and speed so so good. I love this brand and all the products. 100% recommended."

This award-winning crib allows your baby to sleep next to you, with its clever zip-down side, without them being in the same bed, so you can respond to their needs quickly. It’s easy to assemble and even comes with a handy travel bag, so you take it with you on the go.

One reviewer said: Best purchase I’ve made for my baby girl. As soon as she was born she was sleeping in this cot right next to me. It’s sturdy and secure, easy to put together and made the adjustment into mother hood easy for me.

 Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep Machine
Price: $292.00

When you’re a parent, anything that can save you time is a must. This Tommee Tippee machine can prep your baby’s bottles safely and to the perfect temperature in less than two minutes — feeding just got a whole lot easier.

One reviewer said: "100% recommend this machine. Would have been lost without this especially when doing night feeds. Only down side is that it starts at 4oz and in the early days our baby was not taken 4oz but would still recommend getting this. Easy to use, portable if needed and quick and easy to set up. For any new mums I would highly recommend this machine. Milk is at the right temp as soon as its ready and its quick and easy to use."

38% off

This baby changing bag is super cool — as well as a large main pocket to store all your baby bits, inside the little front zip pocket are two bottle holders; there's a tissues pocket, side storage and it can be carried as a tote bag or used as a rucksack.

One reviewer said: "Whoever invented this is a genius. When my baby was just a baby my small baby bag was enough for everything I might need when out. But once my son got older, around 1 year old and I need more stuff like nappies, change of clothes, food, toys, wipes. Suncream. This bag fits it all. Best gift idea for a young mum!"

If you’re getting ready for your new arrival then this starter kit has a lot of the essentials you’ll need, including baby nail scissors! Organised in one handy pouch, you’ll be super prepared to welcome your newborn.

One reviewer said: "I recently purchased the Tommee Tippee Baby Healthcare and Grooming Kit for my little one, and I have to say, it has been a great investment. The kit comes with everything I need to keep my baby's fingers safe and short, including a nail clipper, scissors, emery board, and more. The items are all high-quality and easy to use, making the grooming process a breeze. I especially appreciate the compact and durable design of the kit, which makes it easy to store and take with me on the go. Overall, I highly recommend the Tommee Tippee Baby Healthcare and Grooming Kit to any new parent looking for a convenient and reliable grooming solution for their little one."

38% off

Save on this projector with the adorable animal world and starry sky projection films. It has 12 lullabies built-in to soothe baby and if you click the voucher box, you can get an extra £3 off.

One reviewer said: "I am so pleased with this, I looked at many others and read lots of reviews before deciding which one to order and I’m so glad I chose this one. Remote control is brilliant easy to skip songs and set timer, my son loves it pulse I got a discount as was part of a big order so even better."

31% off

With a USB power this GroEgg2 doubles up as a night light and changes colour to indicate the temperature of the room. It also has an LED display of the temperature in the room.

One reviewer said: "This is great for making sure your newborn baby's room is the right temperature, and it doubles up as a nightlight so good for night feeds. It's been a useful tool for a first time parent and was recommended by a midwife at the hospital."

37% off

Save on the much-loved hands-free Elvie Pump. Slimline and wearable, you can pump from within your bra, at home or out and about, without fear of it making noise. It's discreet and comes with an app to track your pumping sessions.

One reviewer said: "LOVE this pump, day 1 of using and got a good amount this early from one side; baby is a week old. I’ve found it so easy to use and so convenient as I have a toddler to look after so I can’t be attached to the wall as I was with my old pump."

27% off

Lansinoh HPA Lanolin Nipple Cream
Price: $12.92

Providing relief for cracked or sore nipples and you don't need to remove it before breastfeeding.

One reviewer said: I bought this cream on my friends recommendation and I can tell that it’s been amazing.
No need to wash before breastfeeding and have a really calm effect.

FAQs

What is Black Friday?

Black Friday is another sales shopping day brought over from the USA. It usually takes place around the final Friday in November and can last a week or so, normally until the first Monday after the Thanksgiving holiday in the USA and it’s a huge Christmas shopping event, which has also become one of the biggest annual shopping days in the UK.

These sales are on at most in-store and online retailers. If, like us, you're looking forward to a load of amazing deals, then bookmark this page for all the latest last minute offers.

How long does Black Friday last?

Despite the name, Black Friday sales now stretches over the entire final weekend of November, from the Friday to the Monday. However, some retailers choose to either extend or even start their Black Friday sales early, with many introducing discounts as early as October.

Lorna White is a Senior Digital Writer and has written for Mother&Baby since 2020. She has a keen interest in a range of topics, from potty training and nutrition to baby names and maternity fashion.

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