** Maclaren Techno XT Pushchair (Medieval Blue) now £149.85 (using code) @ Boots **
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** Maclaren Techno XT Pushchair (Medieval Blue) now £149.85 (using code) @ Boots **

£149.85Boots Deals
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Found 25th May 2014
RRP £235. Reduced to £166.50 recently.

Award winning sporty, lightweight super buggy with compact umbrella fold to make it perfect for travel and urban living. Wipe-clean seat, waterproof hood, recline positions and raincover. This buggy will take you and baby around town with ease.

To get the above price you will need to use the code BABY80 at checkout. This code may expire when the Boots baby event ends on the 27/05

6.06% TCB or 6% Quidco for new Boots customer (i.e. shopping through Boots.com for the first time or have not made a purchase with Boots.com within 365 days) brings total down to around £140

Plus you gain 596 Advantage Card Points which converts to £5.96 to spend in store and online.

Also, by simply registering online within 45 days of purchase, parents can extend the Maclaren basic warranty to Global Lifetime coverage for their new buggy, which will be honoured at all Maclaren Service Centres. This is part of the Maclaren's Sovereign Lifetime Warranty

The Techno XT Pushchair is Maclaren's flagship high-tech pushchair with superior comfort, performance and sporty style, perfect for use in the city streets or country parks.

Alternatively...
Maclaren Quest Pushchair (Denim Indigo) Was £200 Now £160 or £144 (using code BABY80) or £135.36 (using code and Quidco) + 576 points

21 Comments

think steve mclaren threw his toys out of one of these after derby lost yesterday

PC13PUSH25 £25 off (heard that it doesnt work for all) but works for me and makes it £141.50 and also £16.60 back in points (if its only showing you 596 points then you are not in the parenting club - join!)

The £25 off code worked for me.

Plus £21.50 worth of points

"Collect £21.50 worth of points when you buy Maclaren Quest pushchairs"

Plus Quidco I hope!

Isn't this the brand that was in the news for chopping off baby's fingers?

la1986

Isn't this the brand that was in the news for chopping off baby's fingers?



yes!

They now have hinge covers for the maclarens but I personally wouldnt collapse my maclaren with my child's fingers anywhere near it love my maclaren xlr!

out of stock.

I bought the black version a few weeks ago at John Lewis. Very very good. Easy to steer. Loads of features. Downside is it's still very heavy.

To everyone who has one. Can you detach the storage pockets at the back of the buggy?

Banned

la1986

Isn't this the brand that was in the news for chopping off baby's fingers?



I read it causes cancer too.

Scientists said so.

Avoid!

Out of stock - expire

Banned

Can that code be used on anything?
I want Philips ill machine

Back in stock have just ordered it! Used the £25 off code too bringing price to £144.50 plus 1660 advantage points as a member of the boots parent/baby club

Hi, this is back in stock have just ordered it and used the £25 discount code tried the baby80 but it has expired, brought total to £144.50 and 1660 advantage card points as I'm a member of the parent/baby club you also get free delivery as spending over £100 bargain!

Oops sorry that wasn't meant to go on there twice :-/

£141.50 sorry not £144.50

sofiasar

Can that code be used on anything? I want Philips ill machine

when you enter the £25 code it just discount for spending over £100 didn't see anything saying it related to particular products if that helps

sofiasar

Can that code be used on anything? I want Philips ill machine



Code is £25 off selected pushchairs and carseats.

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ellie27

Code is £25 off selected pushchairs and carseats.



Yea it didn't work

sofiasar

Yea it didn't work



10% off any £75 spend MAYPD10

I had mine for £141, the PCPUSH code worked me for me. Completely forgot about quidco, gutted. And I had 1600 odd points presumably for being in baby club?

Thanks OP - ordered yesterday lunchtime using the £25 off code, picked it up from my small, local boots after work! Cheaper than buying the prampack travel bag for our Stokke
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