Create a Target Baby Registry: Get Freebies!

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Doesn’t everybody and their sister register at Target when they’re pregnant? At least that’s how it seems to me. Well they have a good selection, there’s a variety of stores nationwide, and the deals are always amazing, so it’s no wonder that their registry is one of the most popular around!

Right now, when you create a Target baby registry, you can get a free tote with baby goodies inside (a $60 value!) This might be a time-sensitive offer so I’d make sure to do this now!

  1. Create a baby registry at Target.
  2. Bring your registry to the customer service counter and ask if they have any new mom totes available for creating your registry.

When I got mine, inside I found an Avent bottle, MAM pacifier, Babyganics samples, a Pampers clutch with NB diapers and wipes, and lots more in coupons. Definitely worth asking about!

Plus, 8 weeks before your due date, you’ll receive Target coupons for 15% off remaining items on your registry both for you and for family and friends. This was huge for me, and I totally used those on formula, diapers, and all the things I didn’t realize that I would need.

So make sure to create your baby registry today and grab your freebies next time you’re in store!

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Sarah is a mom, wife, and creative saver. She enjoys thrifting for treasure, clipping coupons when necessary, and scouring the web for the hottest deals. She currently lives with her family in Minnesota and is known for her savviness in frugality and her blog; The Real Housewives of Minnesota.