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The biggest discounts on baby products on Amazon Prime Day 2021

Section: Baby
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We love a good discount now we have children, because everything costs so much and you need a tonne of everything. That's why we love Amazon Prime Day - sign up to Prime membership and you'll get access to loads of deals on Amazon for two days this year: June 21 and 22 (it lasts for 48 hours, but 'Amazon Prime Days' doesn't seem to have the same ring to it...). 

We've scoured the deals for you and found the best discounts on baby products to save you spending hours trawling the site yourself. 

Sign up to Amazon Prime for £79 for the year. Or, pay £7.99 a month. You can sign  up for a free 30-day trial and cancel any time, so it's worth joining just to get these brilliant deals! 

Save an extra 15% on Prime Day

You can save an extra 15% on Prime Day using your Amazon Baby Wishlist. This deal is running from anything you buy between June 1st and June 22nd. Follow these simple steps if you haven't already got your Baby Wishlist set up: 

1. Create your Baby Wishlist now!

2. Start adding products to your baby wishlist – make sure you have everything on the list before Prime Day starts.

3. On Prime Day: Look out for Baby Top Deals and add them to your Baby Wishlist. Then add all your products to your cart and go to check out, where you get a 15% discount with code LIST15.

More Amazon Prime Day 2021 deals

Save an extra 15% on Prime Day deals with your Amazon Baby Wishlist

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  • Author: Sophie Knight Sophie Knight
  • Job Title: Contributing Editor

Sophie is a journalist and mum of one, and previously edited motherandbaby.co.uk before moving on to write about family cars for Parkers.co.uk - now Sophie is Commercial Content Editor for M&B, Closer, Heat, Empire, Yours, Garden News, and WhatsTheBest.co.uk 

She is passionate about raising awareness around postnatal depression and is a Mental Health First Aider.

Sophie studied History at the University of Sheffield and has been in journalism for 16 years. 

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