Everybody is busy these days, and if you’ve got a new baby at home, you’ll barely have time to sleep, let alone shop! So when they’re having a little down time, why not take advantage of the internet to stock up on cheap baby clothes.
Here are some of our favorite places to go:
Yes, they are best know for books, but nowadays, they sell almost everything, including cheap baby clothes. If you come across a bargain, make sure you’re fully aware of shipping costs, as these can rack up pretty quickly if you’re not careful. On the other hand, driving to the nearest factory outlet might cost as much in gas, so balance everything before deciding on whether or not you’re getting a good deal. While you’re there, don’t forget they sell lots of other stuff too, so stock up on whatever you need… even parenting books!
The king of auction websites always has cheap baby clothes on offer. Best thing to do is avoid buying one-off items, unless it’s a particularly good deal, because again, the shipping costs can really add up. Go for lot items instead, because people are regularly trying to offload a whole load of cheap baby clothes in one go (maybe they’re doing a spring clean). You can pick up some real bargains this way!
This website specializes in discount kids’ stuff, including clothing. Keep an eye on them regularly, as they’re constantly getting in great brand name products that don’t compromise on quality, and the discounts can be pretty amazing! Worth bookmarking for future reference…
The undisputed leader in online classified ads. Best thing about CraigsList is that they operate on a local level. Pay them a visit, find your locality, then browse the categories until you find some great deals in cheap baby clothes. Usually it’s second hand stuff available here, but that’s ok, as used baby clothes are barely worn. And sometimes, people will let you have stuff for free, as long as you can collect. What a great community!
This is a wonderful way for people to avoid putting their unwanted used baby clothes into landfill. They simply post it on their local freecycle site and you just offer to collect it. Saves them having to trash it, and saves you money having to buy it. Win-win all around!
So there you have it: 5 great sites to get cheap baby clothes, and sometimes, even free used baby clothes. If you’ve any better suggests, let’s hear about them in the comments below!