Chicco Next 2 Me co-sleeping crib - £140.25 plus £19.80 worth of Boots points - HotUKDeals
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Chicco Next 2 Me co-sleeping crib - £140.25 plus £19.80 worth of Boots points

£140.25 @ Boots
I wouldn't normally post a deal that requires a discount code, but I have been on the look out for a good price on the Next 2 Me for a while and thought this might help somebody else. There's a co… Read More
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I wouldn't normally post a deal that requires a discount code, but I have been on the look out for a good price on the Next 2 Me for a while and thought this might help somebody else.

There's a code for 15% off when spending over £60 at Boots - TECHC15 (posted by funkycaveman).

This brings the crib down to £140.25. RRP is £165.

This is running alongside the Boots offer of treble points when spending over £50 on selected baby products, so 1980 points with this item.

Delivery is free.

The crib is also available in fuchsia at the same price, and the circles design works out at £148.75 with 2100 points.
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#2
I think I saw someone post this last week for £40
#3
faatimahomer
I think I saw someone post this last week for £40

Do you mean this one http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/chicco-lullago-green-jam-crib-better-than-half-price-free-delivery-44-99-toysrus-2492139 ?

This is a different type of crib. It attaches to the bed to allow for safe co-sleeping.
#4
Hot :) rare to find this on offer!
#5
Great deal! Easily our Best Buy wish they had this offer when I bought ours. Heat :)
#6
Fab deal! We have one & it's been great! Lovely to have the baby next to you in the bed so you can watch them & so much easier with feeding. heat from me! :)
#7
Fab deal! Just ordered and it gave me 2970 worth of points!! So pleased right now :D
#8
worth every penny x
1 Like #9
Why would anyone want to co sleep? Straight from hospital to the cot. At eight weeks he sleeps like a log only waking once at night and even then it is usually us who wakes him for a feed and change. Co sleeping is for parents who don't want to sleep at night.
#10
Thanks OP, I also got 2900 points as part of the parenting club 10 points per pound and then triple points!

Edited By: kirstymoss on Aug 12, 2016 16:22
1 Like #11
fish323
Why would anyone want to co sleep? Straight from hospital to the cot. At eight weeks he sleeps like a log only waking once at night and even then it is usually us who wakes him for a feed and change. Co sleeping is for parents who don't want to sleep at night.
You ever think you might just have a good baby?lol
1 Like #12
fish323
Why would anyone want to co sleep? Straight from hospital to the cot. At eight weeks he sleeps like a log only waking once at night and even then it is usually us who wakes him for a feed and change. Co sleeping is for parents who don't want to sleep at night.
Is your baby bottle fed by any chance? Ask a breastfeeding mother why they'd want to co sleep and you'd get your answer
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fish323
Why would anyone want to co sleep? Straight from hospital to the cot. At eight weeks he sleeps like a log only waking once at night and even then it is usually us who wakes him for a feed and change. Co sleeping is for parents who don't want to sleep at night.


Don't know whether you breast/bottle feed but the majority of breastfeeding mums I know (and me also) are up several times a night to feed, which lasts beyond the newborn stage. Co sleeping might not necessarily be something parents set out to do, but inevitably end up doing. Well done on having a good sleeper, however don't think it really provides any useful information on the ops post
#14
yonyon
fish323
Why would anyone want to co sleep? Straight from hospital to the cot. At eight weeks he sleeps like a log only waking once at night and even then it is usually us who wakes him for a feed and change. Co sleeping is for parents who don't want to sleep at night.
Don't know whether you breast/bottle feed but the majority of breastfeeding mums I know (and me also) are up several times a night to feed, which lasts beyond the newborn stage. Co sleeping might not necessarily be something parents set out to do, but inevitably end up doing. Well done on having a good sleeper, however don't think it really provides any useful information on the ops post
My wife breast feeds him, he is 9 weeks old.. We agreed that there would be no co sleeping before he was born and we have stuck to it, it is as much as anything a health and safety issue as it is a sleep issue. Usually he only wakes up once a night, last night was unusual as he woke up twice. The thing is, you have to change him each time he wakes so there is no advantage to having him in the bed as you have to get up anyway. My wife co slept with her two daughters (from a previous marriage) and she never got any sleep. We don't let the other kids in the bedroom at all. As I said to the 6 year old. There are only two sorts of people in this bedroom, those under 18 months old and those who change nappies, you want to change this? She declined the offer of changing nappies. If the kids want to jump on beds at 6am they can jump on their own beds. When I am out of the bedroom they can hassle me, jump on me as much as they like, but the bedroom is our sanctuary at night and until we get up. That is my best parenting tip. Whenever you move them into their own rooms at 18 months never let them back into your bedroom.
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Aldwyn1
fish323
Why would anyone want to co sleep? Straight from hospital to the cot. At eight weeks he sleeps like a log only waking once at night and even then it is usually us who wakes him for a feed and change. Co sleeping is for parents who don't want to sleep at night.
Is your baby bottle fed by any chance? Ask a breastfeeding mother why they'd want to co sleep and you'd get your answer
He is breast fed. As I commented to someone else. Each time he is fed he is changed so there is no advantage to having him in bed as you have to get up anyway to change him.
1 Like #16
Heat added for price! These look brilliant and are more spacious than some of the other co sleeper cots available.

We've got an ikea Gulliver cotbed set up next to our bed and attached to form a co sleeper that will also be his cot bed when he goes into his own room. Works very well for us so far :) (18 day old Velcro baby)
#17
Anyone anywhere near Swansea want mine. It's barely used, £70
1 Like #18
fish323
yonyon
fish323
Why would anyone want to co sleep? Straight from hospital to the cot. At eight weeks he sleeps like a log only waking once at night and even then it is usually us who wakes him for a feed and change. Co sleeping is for parents who don't want to sleep at night.
Don't know whether you breast/bottle feed but the majority of breastfeeding mums I know (and me also) are up several times a night to feed, which lasts beyond the newborn stage. Co sleeping might not necessarily be something parents set out to do, but inevitably end up doing. Well done on having a good sleeper, however don't think it really provides any useful information on the ops post
My wife breast feeds him, he is 9 weeks old.. We agreed that there would be no co sleeping before he was born and we have stuck to it, it is as much as anything a health and safety issue as it is a sleep issue. Usually he only wakes up once a night, last night was unusual as he woke up twice. The thing is, you have to change him each time he wakes so there is no advantage to having him in the bed as you have to get up anyway. My wife co slept with her two daughters (from a previous marriage) and she never got any sleep. We don't let the other kids in the bedroom at all. As I said to the 6 year old. There are only two sorts of people in this bedroom, those under 18 months old and those who change nappies, you want to change this? She declined the offer of changing nappies. If the kids want to jump on beds at 6am they can jump on their own beds. When I am out of the bedroom they can hassle me, jump on me as much as they like, but the bedroom is our sanctuary at night and until we get up. That is my best parenting tip. Whenever you move them into their own rooms at 18 months never let them back into your bedroom.

fish323
yonyon
fish323
Why would anyone want to co sleep? Straight from hospital to the cot. At eight weeks he sleeps like a log only waking once at night and even then it is usually us who wakes him for a feed and change. Co sleeping is for parents who don't want to sleep at night.
Don't know whether you breast/bottle feed but the majority of breastfeeding mums I know (and me also) are up several times a night to feed, which lasts beyond the newborn stage. Co sleeping might not necessarily be something parents set out to do, but inevitably end up doing. Well done on having a good sleeper, however don't think it really provides any useful information on the ops post
My wife breast feeds him, he is 9 weeks old.. We agreed that there would be no co sleeping before he was born and we have stuck to it, it is as much as anything a health and safety issue as it is a sleep issue. Usually he only wakes up once a night, last night was unusual as he woke up twice. The thing is, you have to change him each time he wakes so there is no advantage to having him in the bed as you have to get up anyway. My wife co slept with her two daughters (from a previous marriage) and she never got any sleep. We don't let the other kids in the bedroom at all. As I said to the 6 year old. There are only two sorts of people in this bedroom, those under 18 months old and those who change nappies, you want to change this? She declined the offer of changing nappies. If the kids want to jump on beds at 6am they can jump on their own beds. When I am out of the bedroom they can hassle me, jump on me as much as they like, but the bedroom is our sanctuary at night and until we get up. That is my best parenting tip. Whenever you move them into their own rooms at 18 months never let them back into your bedroom.
Oh wow.Must be great to co parent with someone who's done it all before.Thanks for the parenting tip though pmsl
1 Like #19
fish323
Why would anyone want to co sleep? Straight from hospital to the cot. At eight weeks he sleeps like a log only waking once at night and even then it is usually us who wakes him for a feed and change. Co sleeping is for parents who don't want to sleep at night.


Well done you! Every baby and every set of parents are different but go ahead and give yourself a pat on the back, you've clearly earned it. (_;)
#20
How do you get the treble and parents club points?
I'm part of the parenting club and it's only giving me 592 points.

Promo code still working :)
#21
thriftymam
How do you get the treble and parents club points?
I'm part of the parenting club and it's only giving me 592 points.
Promo code still working :)

I think the treble points offer has ended since I posted this.
#22
Great deal. Usually £150+

Edited By: alan646 on Aug 16, 2016 23:25

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