Mountain Buggy Duet Pushchair - £328.95 delivered (Online only - Boots)
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Mountain Buggy Duet Pushchair - £328.95 delivered (Online only - Boots)

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Found 20th Nov 2013
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Mountain Buggy Duet Pram (option of Black Flint or Black & Red Chilli models) for £328.95 including delivery using PROMO CODE 'EMUK75'. This will also generate you just over 1300 boots points too.

UPDATE - As Ellie27 pointed out in comment below, you can get four times as many points (in this case 4300 - ie: £43 worth) if you join the boots parent club prior to ordering.
boots.com/en/…ub/

Been looking at double buggies for a while as we have a toddler and expecting a new addition next month. Having spent hours in Kiddiecare watching the missus test drive numerous prams, she decided on the Mountain Buggy Duet as its lightweight and can fit through a standard sized doorway despite been a double buggy. Having shopped around the going price seems to be around the £420 mark. Anyhow we noticed Boots are currently offering 15% off all baby product orders over £100 (online only) and also include free delivery. This brought the price down to around £375. I then got a marketing email from Boots including a 10% discount promo code ( EMUK75 ) for all orders over £75. Thinking the promo code wouldn't work as there was already a 15% discount I gave it a go anyway. Surprisingly it worked bringing the total cost down to £328.95 and at the same time gaining us 1300+ boots points.

You can most likely use the same code/method on any other baby product over a £100. Hopefully it will be of us to someone else out there.

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Nice 1st post preecep-heat added

If you are a member of boots parenting club then you should be getting at least triple that amount of points as its 10 points to the £1.

Showing as 4300 points which is £43 worth in my basket!
Edited by: "ellie27" 20th Nov 2013

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ellie27

If you are a member of boots parenting club then you should be getting at … If you are a member of boots parenting club then you should be getting at least triple that amount of points as its 10 points to the £1.Showing as 4300 points which is £43 worth in my basket!



dam, how do I join the parenting club and is there anyway to reclaim the points as my order states 1328 points received.

You could buy a cheap car for this price! Do buggies really cost that much!

preecep

dam, how do I join the parenting club and is there anyway to reclaim the … dam, how do I join the parenting club and is there anyway to reclaim the points as my order states 1328 points received.



You can join online,

Dont know if you can cancel order online - I would and reorder as its an extra £30 worth!!!!

honeymonster86

You could buy a cheap car for this price! Do buggies really cost that … You could buy a cheap car for this price! Do buggies really cost that much!



Good ones do. And its a double

GREAT PRICE!

Bargain!

bargain. we paid 579 for this in april. i would recommend you use the points to buy a raincover which doesnt come included though

We have a single mountain buggy and it is our best purchase ever, wish we had bought it in the first place as much better than our more expensive first buggy.
Great buggies even greater value.

EMUK25 now expired but QS70Q3 working and gives the same discount. Thanks OP!

Can someone tell me more about these buggies as there isn't anywhere nearby that stocks sell them. How easy are they to fold? Do they lie flat for a newborn? Also would it be fine if you wanted to use it as a single? I am a childminder and looking for a good buggy that can be used as a single or double and is good for snow and narrow enough to wheel through my front door. Thanks

This is the narrowest side by side but I think lots of childminders use p&t's. Check out bestbuggy website for loads of info. Hth.

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dawnyp

Can someone tell me more about these buggies as there isn't anywhere … Can someone tell me more about these buggies as there isn't anywhere nearby that stocks sell them. How easy are they to fold? Do they lie flat for a newborn? Also would it be fine if you wanted to use it as a single? I am a childminder and looking for a good buggy that can be used as a single or double and is good for snow and narrow enough to wheel through my front door. Thanks



Mountain Buggy isn't as well known over here in the UK as it is in the States and Canda, I think they're only just getting themselves established. We've yet to use ours but I can confirm they do fold down and the seats reline flat for newborns. We got to play with one at a local KiddieCare but this link may be useful for you youtube.com/wat…mjo

The baby product offer has ended now, gutted as i hadn't got around to ordering this and wanted to........
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