Get a FREE Box of Baby Stuff From Amazon

There has been a lot of talk about the Amazon Baby Registry Welcome Box as of late. After all, who doesn’t love a freebie they don’t have to leave the house for? This box is available for anyone with an Amazon Prime membership (including the free 30-day trial) that creates a baby registry and has $10 worth of baby items bought from it.

Get a box of free goodies with an Amazon Baby Registry

Baby registry rewards are a great way to save money on a new baby while getting the chance to try products before buying them. In the case of bottles and diapers, those are a pretty big deal because each baby is different and you do not want to waste money on something that will not work for your child. The items inside very a good bit through the box is advertised as being worth $35. We got a pretty good box.

How to get your baby registry welcome box from Amazon

Getting your box is really easy. Simply start an Amazon baby registry and use the jump start feature to mark off everything you have and find cool things to fill in your registry.

Sign up for a 30-day trial of Amazon Prime if you are not already a member.

Once your registry your welcome box status will show two boxes check off. Finnish the last box by purchasing $10 worth of items off of your registry. I opted for a new wet bag for our cloth diapers and a pack of diaper pins we use for everything.

Once your items have shipped the last box will be marked off and you can claim your FREE Amazon Baby Registry Welcome Box. Hit claim now and remember to remove anything else from your cart. When you check out you will have a $35 credit to cover the cost of your welcome box.

Once you check out it will tell you when your box is due to arrive. Our box was expected in 3-5 days but it arrived the next day right when the items I ordered from our registry arrived with Amazon Prime Shipping. I was shocked they overnighted it.

Get the most form your Amazon Baby Registry.

When you sign up for an Amazon baby registry you will put in your due date. A few weeks before the baby is due you will be offered a completion discount. If you are an Amazon Prime member you will get 20% off, if you are not you will find a 10% discount waiting on you. This is a great way to save money and stock up on basics like diapers and formula if you need them.

To get the most of your Amazon Baby registry to sign up for sites like Swagbucks so you can earn free Amazon Gift Cards to spend on the items left on your registry after the completion discount kicks in. Sign up for a Swagbucks account to earn free Amazon gift cards.

When doing your everyday shopping use Ibotta to get rebates on everyday items from milk to your favorite brands. you can redeem these rebates for gift cards to build up so you can shop with money you would never have had anyways. This is a great way to make your budget go further and save money when you have a new baby.

Insta gift card is one more easy one you can earn points just doing clicks to pages on your phone while you’re holding a sleeping baby to earn gift cards you can stash for an emergency or buy those last few items that you haven’t gotten yet.

Full-size products in our Amazon Baby Registry Welcome Box

Full size items in our Amazon Baby registry welcome box

The best part of our Amazon Baby Welcome Box in the Swaddle Designs Cotton Muslin Swaddle Blanket. It is soft and said to get softer with every wash. It will be perfect for wrapping our little bundle.

They sent a full-size pack of Huggies Natural Care wipes. As every mom knows you can NEVER have too many babywipes right? We use cloth wipes but these will still be handy in those first few days or just for quick cleanups because well what mom has not used wipes to clean up pretty much everything.

The Avent 4 oz bottle is a score. I used these bottles with my oldest and I loved how nice they were. These bottles are nice and wide for easy cleaning and a large nipple perfect for breastfed babies.

Samples in our Amazon Baby Register Welcome Box

Samples in the Amazon Baby Registry Welcome Box

Pampers diaper clutch with 1 newborn Pampers Swaddlers diaper. I used these with my oldest child. While we cloth diaper this will be handy to have on hand for the first few days as I get into the swing of thing. You never know when you will fall behind on the diaper laundry while you are healing. Along with the clutch and diaper, they sent 6 Pampers Sensitive Wipes. Perhaps this is the perfect set to have in case we venture out in the first few weeks?

The Amazon Baby Registry Welcome Box included 2 Seventh Generation Newborn Diapers. I am kind of excited about this. While we cloth diaper a healthy natural brand diaper would come in handy for this busy mom. Sometimes I fall behind on laundry and I need all of the help I can get so I know these will come in handy.

The Samples included two sets of disposable breast pads from AVENT including a set of day disposable breast pads and night disposable breast pads. Included with these samples was a handy little breastfeeding guide. They added some LATCH Miracle nursing pads from Munchkin. Samples of nursing pads are great for tossing into the diaper bag. Nursing pads are a must-have for dealing with the unpleasant parts of breastfeeding.

The Seventh Generation Baby Lotion with Moisturizing Coconut Care sample has me pretty excited. I can’t wait to give this natural lotion with coconut oil a try on all of that dry newborn skin.

A sample of Aveeno Baby Daily Moisture Lotion in a nice travel bottle. This fragrance-free lotion is the perfect size for the diaper bag.

They added a couple samples for mom as well including a nice sample for Bliss Triple Oxygen Instant Energizing Mask that has me excited. It feels so good on your skin and smells great every pregnant mom deserves a little pampering. It also included a sample of La Roche-Posay Cicaplast Baume B5 Soothing Multi-Purpose Balm Cream for Dry Skin

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  • Shelley says:

    Good stuff