Bugaboo Donkey 2 Mono, 2 In 1 Pram and Pushchair - £831.20 @ Amazon
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Bugaboo Donkey 2 Mono, 2 In 1 Pram and Pushchair - £831.20 @ Amazon

£831.20£1,03920%Amazon Deals
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Found 26th Mar
Was looking at getting the Bugaboo Donkey 2 and saw this on Amazon with 20% off. To get this price you have to create a baby wishlist. Add the Donkey to the baby wishlist and then add to your basket from there. Not sure if this is exclusive to Prime members but a good discount of over £200

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The total cost of prams and buggies for my 2 came to under £50 (church run children's clothes and equipment sale every month). Surely you have more important things to spend money on than a trendy buggy??

Nearly £900 is stupid money unless the household income is over £100k.
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Buy off eBay! If you look around and are patient you can get perfect mono’s for £300 and duo/twin for £450.
How??? I nees one too as im expecting our 2nd and 1st will turn 2 when baby is born. Is it brand new for the price you're mentioning or used?
saadiya6 m ago

How??? I nees one too as im expecting our 2nd and 1st will turn 2 when …How??? I nees one too as im expecting our 2nd and 1st will turn 2 when baby is born. Is it brand new for the price you're mentioning or used?


No not brand new, but as good as. May need to get new foam for handles but that’s very cheap.

I put two low bids in, ended up with two! Haven’t the room for a donkey sanctuary so sold one and we have an almost perfect donkey for a fraction.

Be prepared to not win a few, but there are many on eBay every week.
Sounds silly but but beware of fake Bugaboo stuff on Ebay .
Good price as my brother in law and wife just paid around £1200 for theirs.
vizta16 m ago

Sounds silly but but beware of fake Bugaboo stuff on Ebay .


Absolutely, can always check the serial numbers prior to purchase. If fake feel sure that the eBay buyers protection can assist. But the bargains are definitely out there.
Good luck and nite. 😴 💤
The total cost of prams and buggies for my 2 came to under £50 (church run children's clothes and equipment sale every month). Surely you have more important things to spend money on than a trendy buggy??

Nearly £900 is stupid money unless the household income is over £100k.
£1 from Tesco
holy crap over £800 for a god dam buggy
they are expensive, but we only bought one, was great when they were babies, and when toddlers switch to the seats. good resale value as well.

some ppl buy several prams/buggies as kids grow, but this one is great.

good luck
Gentle_Giant7 h, 34 m ago

The total cost of prams and buggies for my 2 came to under £50 (church run …The total cost of prams and buggies for my 2 came to under £50 (church run children's clothes and equipment sale every month). Surely you have more important things to spend money on than a trendy buggy??Nearly £900 is stupid money unless the household income is over £100k.

For some people its not a "trendy buggy" they are spending the money on... its a pram that's good quality and built to last.
What we found when purchasing a pram for our 2nd little one was how difficult it was to find one that felt sturdy and would last the test of time (pram we had for our 1st was one my mum had bought for my sister which was hardly used..it was ok but the bassinet was tiny and the handle which didnt adjust didnt suit the different heights of myself and my partner etc) so we did spend a bit of money (after a lot of deliberation) on our pram this time round.
I dont see why people get judged on this...its their money they worked for it let them spend it on what they want to spend it on
AmyBee161310 m ago

For some people its not a "trendy buggy" they are spending the money on... …For some people its not a "trendy buggy" they are spending the money on... its a pram that's good quality and built to last.What we found when purchasing a pram for our 2nd little one was how difficult it was to find one that felt sturdy and would last the test of time (pram we had for our 1st was one my mum had bought for my sister which was hardly used..it was ok but the bassinet was tiny and the handle which didnt adjust didnt suit the different heights of myself and my partner etc) so we did spend a bit of money (after a lot of deliberation) on our pram this time round.I dont see why people get judged on this...its their money they worked for it let them spend it on what they want to spend it on



You must have VERY specific needs if a £900-£1200 buggy is the ONLY one to fit your needs.

What it actually sounds like is showing off - something I used to see a lot of when the local council gave out money to people on benefits to help pay for a new baby; the morons would blow the entire £1000 given to them on a flash buggy, whilst the baby was dressed in rags, s/h nappies etc.
I didnt specify which price range the pram was in that i purchased you're just making an assumption. And no it's not showing off...what it is... its our hard earned money and its our choice what to spend it on! We arent on benefits thank you very much...and our kids have savings, nice clothes and nappies to boot not that its any of your business
admars1 h, 5 m ago

they are expensive, but we only bought one, was great when they were …they are expensive, but we only bought one, was great when they were babies, and when toddlers switch to the seats. good resale value as well. some ppl buy several prams/buggies as kids grow, but this one is great.good luck


Agreed its worth it because you will be able to sell on once toddler outgrows
Gentle_Giant17 m ago

You must have VERY specific needs if a £900-£1200 buggy is the ONLY one to …You must have VERY specific needs if a £900-£1200 buggy is the ONLY one to fit your needs.What it actually sounds like is showing off - something I used to see a lot of when the local council gave out money to people on benefits to help pay for a new baby; the morons would blow the entire £1000 given to them on a flash buggy, whilst the baby was dressed in rags, s/h nappies etc.



It’s very easy to judge with a comment like “showing off”. I purchased this buggy as I like the flexibility it offers, my choice. Can I afford it without state income...yes, will my child be dressed in rags...no.

It’s the same debates around buying a Mercedes vs a Ford...both do the job in getting you around where you need to go but the quality, standards and looks of one may appeal more than the other and therefore attracts a premium.

Regardless, to buy this buggy brand new elsewhere would usually cost more than what I’ve paid
darecy7 h, 54 m ago

£1 from Tesco


Lol, I did suggest that to the Mrs too
thatsnotmyname_lol4 m ago

It’s very easy to judge with a comment like “showing off”. I purchased this …It’s very easy to judge with a comment like “showing off”. I purchased this buggy as I like the flexibility it offers, my choice. Can I afford it without state income...yes, will my child be dressed in rags...no. It’s the same debates around buying a Mercedes vs a Ford...both do the job in getting you around where you need to go but the quality, standards and looks of one may appeal more than the other and therefore attracts a premium.Regardless, to buy this buggy brand new elsewhere would usually cost more than what I’ve paid


Couldnt agree more...dont like the people with small minds that think people just buy a pram or other goods...to show off. Couldnt be further from the truth, its the quality that justifies spending a bit more. And if you can afford it i don't see why youre judged on it, if you work for it and can afford it go for it
AmyBee161352 m ago

For some people its not a "trendy buggy" they are spending the money on... …For some people its not a "trendy buggy" they are spending the money on... its a pram that's good quality and built to last.What we found when purchasing a pram for our 2nd little one was how difficult it was to find one that felt sturdy and would last the test of time (pram we had for our 1st was one my mum had bought for my sister which was hardly used..it was ok but the bassinet was tiny and the handle which didnt adjust didnt suit the different heights of myself and my partner etc) so we did spend a bit of money (after a lot of deliberation) on our pram this time round.I dont see why people get judged on this...its their money they worked for it let them spend it on what they want to spend it on


Especially agree with the last sentence.
thatsnotmyname_lol29 m ago

It’s very easy to judge with a comment like “showing off”. I purchased this …It’s very easy to judge with a comment like “showing off”. I purchased this buggy as I like the flexibility it offers, my choice. Can I afford it without state income...yes, will my child be dressed in rags...no. It’s the same debates around buying a Mercedes vs a Ford...both do the job in getting you around where you need to go but the quality, standards and looks of one may appeal more than the other and therefore attracts a premium.Regardless, to buy this buggy brand new elsewhere would usually cost more than what I’ve paid



Lol, Mercs* arent quality any longer - they just LOOK it; if you want a quality and reliable car these days you buy a Kia or Hyundai.

Mercs are like this buggy, all about perceived luxury.

"a luxury all-terrain stroller" is exactly how this stroller is described in reviews.


momsstrollerreviews.com/bug…ew/


* 10 years ago, my stepdad bought an E class as his 2nd car; the same month I bought a Mitsubishi Grandis for work purposes. Since then my car has cost me £9.65 in repair bills and his has cost around £10,000, including both Xeon headlights failing, at nearly £3,000 each for replacements.
Gentle_Giant13 h, 38 m ago

Lol, Mercs* arent quality any longer - they just LOOK it; if you want a …Lol, Mercs* arent quality any longer - they just LOOK it; if you want a quality and reliable car these days you buy a Kia or Hyundai.Mercs are like this buggy, all about perceived luxury."a luxury all-terrain stroller" is exactly how this stroller is described in reviews.http://www.momsstrollerreviews.com/bugaboo-donkey-stroller-review/* 10 years ago, my stepdad bought an E class as his 2nd car; the same month I bought a Mitsubishi Grandis for work purposes. Since then my car has cost me £9.65 in repair bills and his has cost around £10,000, including both Xeon headlights failing, at nearly £3,000 each for replacements.


Ha, thank you for your opinion. Nevertheless it comes simply comes down to a few things for me:

1) Do I like this buggy, yes
2) Can I afford it, yes
3) Did I get it cheaper than anywhere else, hence posting the deal on HUKD, yes
Best price for a brand new one. Thanks for posting.
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