Expectant mothers best at bagging a bargain
07/07/2011

An increasing number of mums-to-be are requesting freebies online, according to a website specialising in reviewing free offers on the Internet.

Online PR News – 07-July-2011 – Lancaster – An increasing number of mums-to-be are requesting freebies online, according to a website specialising in reviewing free offers on the Internet.

When it comes to spotting a bargain, according to freebielist.com, expectant mothers are top of the pile and regularly browse online to catch the latest free samples. Vouchers are also very popular with cash-strapped mothers, who enjoy money-off benefits at the top stores or in pubs and restaurants. 'Buy one, one get one free' deals and vouchers for household products are amongst the most requested.

“We've definitely seen an increase in the number of baby freebies being snapped up. Things like free nappy samples are popular at the moment, so much so stocks become exhausted. A number of baby sites are also offering free welcome packs and cuddly toys, which are obviously highly sought after.

“It's hardly surprising when you think about it. Having a child is expensive nowadays, especially since inflation has hiked up the cost of everyday items and necessities for the child.

“With so many free samples ready for the taking, it is recommend that all expectant mothers see what they can find online. They may be pleasantly surprised how many savings can be made,” said Andy Varley, founder of freebielist.com.

However, a word of caution is advised:

“Anyone looking for baby freebies should check an offer is legitimate before applying. If the promotion is from a large recognised company with a clear privacy policy explaining how the data will be used, you are usually good to go. If the site appears unprofessional and a bit suspect, move on to the next one.

“Be on the lookout for offers that look too good to be true as these are frequently the ones to avoid, and be sure to conduct research beforehand,” said Varley.

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