You can buy the best for your baby without breaking the bank.
If you’re like most parents, you’ll spend over $14,000 during your baby’s first year. The good news? You can gear up for a lot less and still buy the best for your baby.
Save a Bundle is an empowering DIY consumer shopping guide that can help you navigate the baby products superstore without a "baby concierge." Reading it before registering or shopping to prepare for your little one can save you hundreds and save your sanity, too.
Checkout these money-saving secrets:
--How to maximize your baby registry.
--Budgetista baby-gear tips on big and small-ticket items that can save you thousands.
--How to get great deals using coupons and daily deal sites.
--Cheap chic advice for decorating your baby’s nursery.
--Which baby gear is a must-have and the baby stuff you can skip.
--Baby products that are safe to buy used.
--The poop on low-cost diapers.
--Which infant formula can save you $2,000 in your baby’s first year (if you don’t breast feed).
--Product safety advice that can give you what money can’t always buy—peace of mind.
And much more!
Written by Sandra Gordon (co-author of Consumer Reports Best Baby Products, the 8th, 9th and 10th editions), Save a Bundle features over 50 top money-saving tips. Gordon has culled from her experience as a budget-savvy mom and author/journalist. Her mission is to help you make economical product decisions that can also enhance your baby’s safety, which should always be your top concern.