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Sleep Tight All Night Bear - SAVE £20 now £9.99 Mothercare perfect to help you child sleep

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Sleep Tight All Night Bear - SAVE £20 now £9.99 perfect to help you child sleep through the night! Great for Cot and Bed! Review Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FhM9uf-hzeo
orh1471 Avatar4h, 22m agoFound 4 hours, 22 minutes ago3 Comments
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Thanks - just ordered one. Heat added
Its a soft toy with a built in sleep aid! You can set the lullabies and lights when your child needs to sleep and they can then give the toy a squeeze in the morning and if it glows green it show them it is time to get up! Great Idea!
Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FhM9uf-hzeo
what does it do
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Mothercare Ziba Car Baby Seat - mothercare £30.00 was £70

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First post Came across this seat. Can get red or black. Looks good. And reviews are v good too. Ive got myself one ;)
omer590 Avatar2d, 4h agoFound 2 days, 4 hours ago4 Comments
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Thanks just ordered one due in July
Good price.
im looking for one I can put a base with. save me having to stretch over for the seat belt
I had the black one of these for my little boy a year or so ago, bought on offer for around the same price.
Really decent car seat, much bigger than the 2 I had for my other children too :)
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Mothercare further reduction coat £2.70 slippers £1.80 pj's £2.80

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Further reductions in the mothercare 70% sale items from £1 plus EXTRA10 off with code £1.50 click and collect pic is what I just bought but lots of other stuff available at time of posting
stephwfe Avatar4d, 3h agoFound 4 days, 3 hours ago4 Comments
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Not a lot of stock online but plenty still in store, paid £16.20 for £51 worth of items today
thankyou ordered a few bits for my twins :)
mainly oos
Wish they would update and remove postal items. First 6 things I looked at said in stock, then when I go to choose a size all sizes are out of stock. Then the few things that were in stock (in one size) it wasn't the size I wanted.
Heat added as I'm sure some wil be lucky enough to find so something in stock in the size they want x just not me today. Great prices tho
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Pre-order Disney Cars Beline SP Highback Booster Car Seat With Harness £28.95 (Inc delivery) @ mothercare

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This car seat has been reduced from £65 to £25 and can be yours, including delivery, for £28.95. This item has an estimated dispatch date of 19/01/2017. Don't forget to go via quidco or topcashb…
dani80 Avatar4d, 18h agoFound 4 days, 18 hours ago13 Comments
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The price of the item doesn't always mean the quality is terrible.

All vehicles come with different qualities and the size of the car you drive does matter.



​the quality of this carseat is rubbish, safety tested to the bare minimum. Hardly any proper protection or side protection, and materials are cheap. Parents should research car seats and their safety tests before buying a carseat.
Seen several of these car seats it in different designs, but underneath they are the same cheap plastic cr*p. I've got one from Kiddicare, exactly the same but without the cars design. Cost me £20 and that's all it's worth. The straps are a nightmare to adjust and secure, and I curse the thing every time I have to use it (which is not very much thankfully as it's our emergency spare). Do yourself a favour and spend a bit more on one of the main brands.
boyband2016
Also the whole idea of hotukdeals is to get a good deal isn't it.

I have a couple of catalogues i use, a coat i spotted was £20 more on the other catalogue, but there the same company.


Is it very verses little woods by any chance? As that's always been the case, as the latter lets you pay weekly (interest free) and I think you still get cashback on purchases, which they incorporate into the original cost.
Also the whole idea of hotukdeals is to get a good deal isn't it.

I have a couple of catalogues i use, a coat i spotted was £20 more on the other catalogue, but there the same company.
The price of the item doesn't always mean the quality is terrible.

All vehicles come with different qualities and the size of the car you drive does matter.
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Mothercare Roam Travel system for £179.99 (10% sign up code possibly £161.99)

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Mothercare roam travel system with car seat. Perfect for new parents on a budget. Travel system is usually on sale for £250. Saw the online offer of £179 which I thought was brilliant. If you s…
jade3167 Avatar5d, 23h agoFound 5 days, 23 hours ago2 Comments
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heat. fab travel system as well....so easy to push one handed
Wow that's a great price, heat added :)
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Mothercare (Lindam) baby gates 2 for £30.00 - Free c&c

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Various baby gates on offer. Both pressure fit and fixed baby gates on offer. Note: you can mix and match any item on this offer. E.g select different sizes or a pressure fit and a fixed gate. O…
ryanmounsey Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago15 Comments
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You can get a pressure fit one from argos for £15 and wall fixed ones for £12.99 too. Same price as mothercare if you get 2 x pressure ones. But cheaper if you want 1 of each or 2 wall fixed.
I still give heat though as mothercare is more convenient for me :)

The Cheaper one from Argos was OOS in my area and unavailable for delivery. Been hard actually finding a decent price - they all seem rather expensive for what they are
Anyone know if you can get cheaper extensions for these than the ones mothercare sell?
ywklee1
ywklee1
You can get a pressure fit one from argos for £15 and wall fixed ones for £12.99 too. Same price as mothercare if you get 2 x pressure ones. But cheaper if you want 1 of each or 2 wall fixed.
​I still give heat though as mothercare is more convenient for me :)

Me too :)
Great price
ywklee1
You can get a pressure fit one from argos for £15 and wall fixed ones for £12.99 too. Same price as mothercare if you get 2 x pressure ones. But cheaper if you want 1 of each or 2 wall fixed.


​I still give heat though as mothercare is more convenient for me :)
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Mothercare - Marvel Captain America Large Plush - £7.99 Was £29.99 (£1.50 For C&C If Order Is Under £30, Free Over £50 Or £3.95 Standard Delivery) Lots Of Big Discounts In The Toy Sale!

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Marvel Captain America Large Plush Super soft huggable plush toy Extra large for extra big cuddles! 18 inches tall Lots of bargains in the toy sale I've put some links below Cat Excavator £10…
mel12345 Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago1 Comment
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order through the ELC website. C&C is free on all orders
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Tommee tippee Ultra bottle 2x 260 £8.49 @ Mothercare - Preston

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Tommee tippee Ultra New bottle 2 x 260ml For the perfect feeding experience. Found this in Mothercare, Preston. Normalny you pay 19.90 for 2 bottles in Booths; or 8.49 for 1x bottle 150ml.
funtomino Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days agoAdd Comment
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Maxi Cosi Tobi Group 1 car seat - £139.99 instore @ Mothercare

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decent price - normally around 150. shame its not a swivel one as my wife will only accept that once our baby is few months older.
rollmesome Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago2 Comments
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You would get a joie extended rearfacing steadi or tilt for cheaper.
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Britax Romer evolva 123 £72.50 @ Mothercare

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This is the cheapest I've seen so far and these fit in sports cars such as Audi TT. Enjoy
aiz3n Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago9 Comments
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Doesn't look such a good bargin here Britax evolva crash test


What's your point? Your link doesn't say it's a fail, also if this seat had any safety concern it would've been recalled like the mama and papa ones.


​That there are seats that perform better. A fail is against the very minimum safety standards.
There is a large variation in the performance of seats that pass depending on how such they do or don't exceed the minimum safety requirements


Dude your advertising Britax products on your page, so if you are so concerned why are you promoting their stuff lol
aiz3n
jdRiggs
Doesn't look such a good bargin here Britax evolva crash test


What's your point? Your link doesn't say it's a fail, also if this seat had any safety concern it would've been recalled like the mama and papa ones.


​That there are seats that perform better. A fail is against the very minimum safety standards.
There is a large variation in the performance of seats that pass depending on how such they do or don't exceed the minimum safety requirements
jdRiggs
Doesn't look such a good bargin here Britax evolva crash test


What's your point? Your link doesn't say it's a fail, also if this seat had any safety concern it would've been recalled like the mama and papa ones.
Doesn't look such a good bargin here Britax evolva crash test
Got one for my Grandson,daughter got a joie tilt, she says this is much better he looks more comfortable in this.
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mothercare orb pram £279.00 delivered @ Mothercare

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save 150 bargain price very popular great quality and reviews pram & pushchair 2 colours to choose from black and charcoal
sheasiy Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago6 Comments
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does anyone happen to know how long this deal is on? had my eye on this pram but unsure of gender for another week.. would rather decide on black or grey once I know

Can't see it on the site anywhere, up until last week this pram was around £50 more. There is a Graco bundle which I am considering (Pram, carrycot, car seat and car adaptor for £354) and that ends on the 18th of Jan I believe. Not sure if this will end at the same time.


​I've been watching this for weeks.. I bought a mothercare car seat on offer boxing day. I had a set on the youngest and found once he'd outgrown the carrycot and car seat the whole thing just took up space so this is exactly what I'm after this time! think I'm sold on grey.. trip to store tomorrow! thank you
I went to see this in store yesterday. only things that put me off were the material and the fact the carry cot / stroller are the one so the straps could be felt under the mattress. but it's defo worth the new lower price
MrsJthomas
does anyone happen to know how long this deal is on? had my eye on this pram but unsure of gender for another week.. would rather decide on black or grey once I know

Can't see it on the site anywhere, up until last week this pram was around £50 more. There is a Graco bundle which I am considering (Pram, carrycot, car seat and car adaptor for £354) and that ends on the 18th of Jan I believe. Not sure if this will end at the same time.
does anyone happen to know how long this deal is on? had my eye on this pram but unsure of gender for another week.. would rather decide on black or grey once I know
actually might just be for clothes only (code:EXTRA10)
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Angelcare Nappy Disposal System + 1 cassette included + Free 1 year guarantee - £5.00 instore and online @ Mothercare

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Deal Link http://www.mothercare.com/bins/angelcare-nappy-disposal-system/442202.html At a Glance The Angelcare Nappy Disposal System is a convenient and hygienic way to dispose of dirty nappies…
Majestic7 Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago3 Comments
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where can you get cheap refill casettes then.?cheers
There are loads of them at £5 at the Blackburn shop. I bought one today. Cheers. Refills are expensive in the shop at the moment so get those from elsewhere
Full price in my local today
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Extra 10% on top of upto 70% off sale on maternity and kids clothes eg 2 pack stripe t shirts was £7 now £3.15, leather chestnut snug boots were £20 now £6.30 @ Mothercare

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Mothercare have just released a code for 10% off on top of the upto 70% off sale on kids shoes and clothes and maternity clothes. Code to use is EXTRA10 and this is valid until 25/1/2017 Some great…
emribena Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago6 Comments
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The extra 10% is also in store, went today and got my sons holiday clothes
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No free C&C. £1.50 to store collection under £30 orders.

So there is free C&C? you just have to spend more than £30?


​Correct, you need to spend £30 for free C&C. Sorry, the way i wrote was confusing.
aaqeel
No free C&C. £1.50 to store collection under £30 orders.

So there is free C&C? you just have to spend more than £30?
Free C&C for orders over £30. Additional £1.50 charges applies for store collection to orders under £30.

Edited By: aaqeel on Jan 04, 2017 13:01: Correction
Damnit spent £200 last week
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Frozen car seat £33.75 @ Mothercare - Free c&c

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very good car seat I bought it for my daughter few weeks back same price it's very good quality and she loves it.
chattwali Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago39 Comments
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I did not know about all these safety checks. If it is unsafe then should not be on for sale


​Unfortunately most people don't know about the risks associated with front facing seats. The law is slowly catching up with research but it will be many years before it becomes compulsory to have rear facing toddlers, during which time hundreds will have been killed unnecessarily as a result of front facing. Many European countries, in particular Scandinavia have kept their children rear facing for longer for decades.


I think you might want to check your statistics before giving over-inflated figures ('hundreds'???). According to official figures, only 54 child road fatalities occurred in 2015 (53 in 2014) and of these - 39% WERE PEDESTRIANS - this isn't hundreds, even over many years!
There's no exact way to extrapolate the figures any further, but I doubt that very many of these could 'actually' be attributed to the use of a front-facing seat (perhaps 1-2 years early) as you're suggesting they are...

​https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/reported-road-casualties-in-great-britain-main-results-2015


​Ok, so say 50 child deaths per year, take off the 39% pedestrians makes around 30 deaths per year for child passengers. Given how slowly our government moves on things like this it will likely be at least a decade before any legislation comes I to force, so yes potentially hundreds. Obviously not all of these would be avoided through rear facing but you're completely missing the point. Surely even one death or serious injury that is easily avoidable is one too many?
It is proven beyond any doubt that rear facing is safer than front facing and reduces the forces on the child's neck and back by a considerable amount. What you choose to do with the facts you're presented with is your choice.


I would say that actually yes - all of those 30 deaths *would* be prevented by the children being in a rear facing seat (or at least all of the children under 25kgs who could potentially have been in a rear facing seat - I suppose some of the children in the statistics could have been too heavy for rear facing to be a possibility). It's been shown in Sweden that the only cases of death where the children were rear facing were due to fire or the car being crushed - situations in which the direction of travel couldn't have made a difference to the outcome. In all other cases the rear facing children survived.
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Cold. Front facing group 1 seats are not safe. Children should remain rear facing until at least 4 years old. This is OK as a high back booster once the child is over 4 but should not be used before that. Car seats are for saving a child's life. Buy a seat based on how safe it is, not which cartoon character is printed on it.


what a foolish comment. Try keeping any 2-4 year in a rear-facing seat (if you can find one​ to fit that age...!), and you'll have one of two things: either a crying/shouting/complaining child OR the seat (in which you put it) being kicked/worn/damaged.
AND before you say "well, that's better than the child being hurt" I can assure you it is very impractical and off-putting when driving. :p


Not true at all, we have a rear facing seat with a weight limit of 25kgs and I have pictures of my then-6 1/2 year old daughter looking very comfortable in it. She's now 8 and our other children are 11 and 4 - I can assure you that direction of travel has no baring on how much kicking and screaming goes on in our car! Our 4 year old is very comfortable rear facing.
gidsterc
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chattwali
I did not know about all these safety checks. If it is unsafe then should not be on for sale


​Unfortunately most people don't know about the risks associated with front facing seats. The law is slowly catching up with research but it will be many years before it becomes compulsory to have rear facing toddlers, during which time hundreds will have been killed unnecessarily as a result of front facing. Many European countries, in particular Scandinavia have kept their children rear facing for longer for decades.


I think you might want to check your statistics before giving over-inflated figures ('hundreds'???). According to official figures, only 54 child road fatalities occurred in 2015 (53 in 2014) and of these - 39% WERE PEDESTRIANS - this isn't hundreds, even over many years!
There's no exact way to extrapolate the figures any further, but I doubt that very many of these could 'actually' be attributed to the use of a front-facing seat (perhaps 1-2 years early) as you're suggesting they are...

​https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/reported-road-casualties-in-great-britain-main-results-2015


​Ok, so say 50 child deaths per year, take off the 39% pedestrians makes around 30 deaths per year for child passengers. Given how slowly our government moves on things like this it will likely be at least a decade before any legislation comes I to force, so yes potentially hundreds. Obviously not all of these would be avoided through rear facing but you're completely missing the point. Surely even one death or serious injury that is easily avoidable is one too many?
It is proven beyond any doubt that rear facing is safer than front facing and reduces the forces on the child's neck and back by a considerable amount. What you choose to do with the facts you're presented with is your choice.
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I have all this to look forward to with grandchild - and will be very interested to see the design which can accommodate a 4 or 6 year old rear-facing.
Where on earth do their legs go?
These seats must be an extraordinary design to keep a 6 year olds legs from having to be permanently bent and pushing against the back of the car seat.... which must be uncomfortable for long journeys.
My children were stage 1 rear facing, and there after all were forward facing child seats..... and then booster cushions.....
It's actually very comfortable to sit rear facing, even for a 6 year old. It's very good for them to have their legs supported, and the bigger rear facing seats are not like infant carriers, they do have a gap between the child seat and the backrest of the vehicle seat that they are installed on. When we do long journeys our younger daughter (will be 5 years old in three months and sits rear facing) never mentions her legs, the complaints we get are from our 8 year old daughter in her high backed booster! Her legs and thighs ache because they are just dangling off the front of the seat. We have to pack the footwell with soft bags so she can rest her feet on something and lift her thighs up off the seat to relieve the pressure. Rear facing is so much safer and more comfortable!
What car is this fitted to?
My rear facing seat? The car is a Peugeot 5008 and I have had a Britax Multi Tech II, Diono Radian 5, Joie Stages and Joie Every Stage rear facing in it! The Britax and Diono seats rear face to 25kgs (at least 6 years for the average child) and the Joie seats are 18kgs (about 4 years).

Think you get away with it as its a MPV and have loads of space. Most std cars, guess mine being large (5series) struggle massively with rearwards as **** space, more so if tall really as you tend to go back and lower on the seat. Think only way would be to loose the passenger seat, which just wouldnt be practical - would deffo stay rear facing if could!
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chattwali
I did not know about all these safety checks. If it is unsafe then should not be on for sale


​Unfortunately most people don't know about the risks associated with front facing seats. The law is slowly catching up with research but it will be many years before it becomes compulsory to have rear facing toddlers, during which time hundreds will have been killed unnecessarily as a result of front facing. Many European countries, in particular Scandinavia have kept their children rear facing for longer for decades.


I think you might want to check your statistics before giving over-inflated figures ('hundreds'???). According to official figures, only 54 child road fatalities occurred in 2015 (53 in 2014) and of these - 39% WERE PEDESTRIANS - this isn't hundreds, even over many years!
There's no exact way to extrapolate the figures any further, but I doubt that very many of these could 'actually' be attributed to the use of a front-facing seat (perhaps 1-2 years early) as you're suggesting they are...

​https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/reported-road-casualties-in-great-britain-main-results-2015
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Maclaren Globetrotter Stroller - Black/White £75.00 @ Mothercare

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The sporty Maclaren Globetrotter is a stylish pushchair weighing just 4.9kgs making it one of Maclaren's lightest ever reclining buggy.
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Boys Minion Housecoat £5.00 @ Mothercare Instore

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Boys Minion Housecoat £5 in store at Mothercare various sizes 1-2 yrs 3-4 yrs 4-5 yrs 6-7 yrs East Kilbride store.
MrGoldLego Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago9 Comments
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I remember my daughter she a he was very young calling gloves 'hand socks' guess this is the same
Housecoat! Try searching for "housecoat" after you click the link - it doesn't find anything!
Dressing gown. Didn't they call them house coat in the victorian times?
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Dressing gown for the normal people.....?


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lmao housecoat?! no dressing gown for the normal people
You don't wear coats in a house if you have heating on
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Mothercare Xss Pram Aka Gb Pockit @ Mothercare for £90.00

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World's smallest pram. No frills but compact good for holidays. Discounted to £100 in store but scans at 90. online £90
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great stroller and good price.
I was going to put some flippant comment about my daughter's doll's pram being smaller but I don't think it is.
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Mothercare extreme travel system 3 wheeler pushchair and car seat £125.00 @ Mothercare

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A fantastic travel system now at a bargain price. Was £270 Share product: Facebook Twitter Google Plus Pinterest Email product information At a Glance The Mothercare Xtreme Pushchair Tra…
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Now £110. Great price for a great buggy, thanks
thanks for your recommendations have bought one :)
I have this Pram infact I've got two! LOVE this Pram
Can't fault it at all. I have it in the black giraffe print and Grey Leopard print highly recommend and well worth the money!
I have this Pram infact I've got two! LOVE this Pram
Can't fault it at all. I have it in the black giraffe print and Grey Leopard print highly recommend and well worth the money!
Just like nkr says, this was a fantastic pushchair. Lasted 4 years and was still in good condition when we sold it on! Highly recommended. Happy new year.
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Star Wars darth Vader boys slippers - £2.00 @ mothercare (Free C&C)

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Free c&c over £30 otherwise £1.50 to collect Sizes 5-11 available at time of posting xx
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mothercare logoSaving Money on Parenting Products by Shopping at Mothercare

Back in the early 1960s, no high street shops were dedicated to providing the kind of items mothers require. Responding to this situation, James Goldsmith and Selim Zilkha founded Mothercare in 1961, and it swiftly became a retail phenomenon. Over the years, Mothercare has absorbed other brands like the Early Learning Centre, but it has retained its trusted identity. Nowadays, it owns over 1,000 retail premises across the world, including almost 400 in the UK alone, so there should be a store near every parent.

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Shoppers can either head to their local Mothercare store or shop online for the company’s products at www.mothercare.com. Whatever parenting products you require, they will be just a few clicks or smartphone swipes away.

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Along with all of these product areas, Mothercare also have special seasonal and sales sections, including dedicated Christmas sections that include a wide range of gift ideas. The special “Gift” section also features some of the most popular toys, clothing and other gift ideas like photo frames.

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Signing up to mothercare.com is a good idea if you intend to become a regular customer. Members receive updates from Mothercare when new product lines are announced and are usually the first to learn about sales.

If you sign up to the online store, you can then apply to join My Mothercare, the company’s loyalty scheme. New members receive £100 of free discounts, special discounts on their child’s birthday, special advice and information about future discounts and helpful content to make parenting easier.

Sales at Mothercare

Mothercare constantly run discounts on popular products and the best place to look for current deals is the “Outlet” section of mothercare.com, you’ll find deals divided into clothing, maternity, home and travel and toys. The front page of the online store also features special sales sections for specific product areas, so be sure to scroll down when you visit.

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Mothercare are also major players in the Black Friday retail event, which sees the company slashing prices on parenting products, toys and clothing. Bookmark their dedicated Black Friday pages as well as the Mothercare HotUKDeals listings to ensure that you don’t miss a single deal.

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Anyone purchasing items from Mothercare.com can use the following payment options to complete their transaction: Visa, MasterCard, Delta, American Express, Maestro, Solo and PayPal, as well as Mothercare gift cards and e-vouchers.

All credit card payments are protected by systems like Verified by Visa, Verisign Secured or MasterCard Securecode, so you can be sure that your private details are as well guarded as possible.

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Mothercare’s online store offers plenty of different delivery options, so you can wait for cheaper delivery or pay a little extra to have your items with you as soon as possible. Options include:

  • Click & Collect – Items can be delivered to the Mothercare store of your choice and will be ready for collection within 3 days of placing the order. The service is free of charge for all orders over £30 and costs £1.50 for orders under £30. Mothercare will also send you a text message when your item has arrived.
  • Standard Delivery – All items sent via Standard Delivery should arrive within 5-7 days of placing the order, although there can be extra delays for large furniture items and personalised orders. Standard Delivery is free for orders over £50 and costs £3.95 for all orders under £50.
  • Premium Delivery – Items can be delivered whenever you choose (as long as it’s a working day) as quickly as one day after placing your order, if the order is placed before 16:00. Delivery costs £4.95 and can only be made between Monday and Friday, from 7:00 to 19:00.

There is also a special furniture delivery service that will deliver items to any room of your home, which costs £9.95 per delivery. Look out for a text from the furniture courier company, as customers need to liaise with the couriers to arrange a suitable delivery time.

Mothercare offers order tracking on all deliveries. All you’ll need is your order number and e-mail address, and you can find out exactly where your package is.

Returning Items to Mothercare

Customers can return almost any item ordered from mothercare.com within 30 days of receipt, but they must be in their original packaging and unused. Items like cosmetics, personalised items, food and DVDs are not included.

If you want to make a return, the process is as follows:

The first option is to take your items to the nearest Mothercare store. In this case, take the items and a proof of purchase to the store (along with the card used to make the purchase). Staff in the shop will process your refund or exchange there and then.

To make a postal return, the first thing you need to do is complete the delivery note that came with your package (and be aware that Mothercare will not reimburse customers for postage costs).

Now, send the item(s) to the following address:

  • Mothercare Direct
  • Prolog Phase 5
  • Sherwood Park
  • Annesley
  • Nottingham, NG15 0DJ
  • United Kingdom

Returns can also be processed via the Collect+ service. To do so, contact Mothercare by e-mail or give them a call at 0344 8755222 and an operator will arrange for a Collect+ label to be sent in the post.

Then, fix the label to your package and take it down to your local Connect+ store.

Mothercare’s Social Media Presence

Mothercare are constantly changing their product range and discounts, but it’s easy to keep up with their activity via social media. The company operates across all major social media platforms, including:

Another good way to stay abreast of developments is by following the Mothercare Blog. Mothercare really takes care to ensure that the blog is a useful source of advice and tips for mothers and those who are expecting and it’s an excellent way to ensure that you don’t miss any offers as well.

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Using the Mothercare App

Mothercare has fully embraced the smartphone revolution and their app is one of the best retail tools around.

The app can be downloaded from the iTunes Store or Google Play and allows you to shop remotely, check customer feedback on different products, manage your orders and share your thoughts about Mothercare products via social media. It’s a really handy tool.

Contacting Mothercare

If you want to find out more about what Mothercare has to offer or you need to make a customer complaint, getting in touch with the firm is simple. You can reach them via:

Phone: 0344 875 5222 (8:00-20:00 Monday to Friday, 9:00-18:00 Saturday and 9:00-17:00 on Sundays)

Email: You can email the customer service via the company’s online contact form here.

Post:

  • Mothercare Head Office
  • Cherry Tree Road
  • Watford
  • Hertfordshire
  • WD24 6SH

However, many basic queries about what Mothercare has to offer, deliveries, returns and payment can be handled by the Mothercare FAQ, which can be found here.

Stock Up on Parenting Essentials at Bargain Prices with Mothercare

Parenting can be an expensive task, but the discounts available from Mothercare will make it easier to afford everything from toys and blankets to baby feeding products, cosmetics and toothbrushes. The company are always launching new discounts and you can find all of them at the HotUKDeals Mothercare listings pages.