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My friend Chelsey is pregnant, so I encouraged her to sign up for as many baby registry welcome boxes as she could just so we could share all the details with you. Over the next few weeks we’ll get an in-depth look at every registry box there is!
Once again, I need to thank Jenny for encouraging me to sign up for all these registries and get the free goodies inside. We’ve gotten so many great items and have quite a stock of bottles, wipes and now coupons!
Check out other registry welcome boxes we’ve reviewed:
The Target Baby Registry Welcome Bag was pretty easy to receive, although it didn’t include as much as some of the other welcome boxes. Still it’s free, and easy to get, so it’s was worth signing up for. I’m excited to share everything that was inside!
Everything in the Target Baby Registry Welcome Bag
The first step to receiving your welcome bag is to go to Target.com and go to the baby registry section. If you don’t already have a Target account, you’ll have to create one. Once you enter in all the relevant information to create your registry, you’ll be taken to the main registry page. Scroll down and you’ll see this:
Unlike the other boxes I’ve received so far, I had to actually go to the store to get my Target Baby Registry Welcome Bag. That wasn’t such a big deal, because I’m at Target at least once a week. What was annoying about the process was that in order to get to the barcode, you have to go to the Target website in your phone web browser and then get to the registry part. It’s very clunky, and it left me wondering why there isn’t a connection to the registry within the Target app (which I use every time I go to Target).
It took a few weeks after signing up before I remembered to pick it up at the store while I was there. I went to guest services and asked about it, and the woman at the counter had no idea what I was talking about. The website does say that the welcome bag is subject to store availability, so at first I wondered if maybe the store just didn’t carry them at all. Thankfully, though, she called another store associate, who came to the counter and immediately pulled a bag out from under the counter. She scanned the barcode on my phone and then scanned the bag, and I was good to go.
Now I’m excited to share everything that was in the Target Baby Registry Welcome Bag!
At first glance, it definitely seemed like there was less than in some of the other boxes I received from other registries. So I pulled everything out and took inventory. Here’s everything that was in the bag:
2 Honest Company diapers
Honest Company wipes sample
1 Pampers diaper
Johnson’s Bedtime Bath sample
Aveeno Baby Lotion sample
Eucerin Baby Eczema Relief sample
2 Target size 1 diapers
Nuk 0-6 month pacifier
Avent 4-oz bottle
Dr. Brown’s 4-oz bottle
Aquaphor Healing Ointment sample
2 Lansinoh nursing pads and storage bags
Palmers Cocoa Butter Formula sample
Babyganics sanitizing wipes sample
Little deal book (see below)
Here’s a picture of everything that was inside:
Probably the one thing that made this welcome bag stand out was that it included a book of coupons called “the little deal book.” These are Target store coupons and much better than any of the manufacturer’s coupons that also came along with some of the other boxes. (Not to mention that store coupons can always be stacked with manufacture coupons)
The front of the coupon book says it has more than an $80 value, and I’d believe it based on the coupons that were inside. Here’s a complete list of every coupon in this book!
– 50% off one handcrafted Starbucks beverage at Starbucks cafe in Target
– $2 off Lansinoh washable nursing pads
– 40% off purchase of two nursing bras and/or camis
– 15% off Isabel Maternity apparel purchase
– 10% off Tums
– $2 off Honest Beauty
– $1 off Palmer’s Massage Lotion for Stretch Marks
– $5 off Philips Avent bottle warmer
– $1 off Gerber baby apparel
– $7.50 off Culturelle Baby
– $5 off Summer Infant and/or SwaddleMe Purchase of $20 or more
– 30% off Cloud Island removable wallpaper purchase
– 20% off Cloud Island bedding, bath, or layette purchase
– $2 off Diaper Genie refills
– $2 off 45-ct or larger up & up diapers
– $1 off WaterWipes
– $5 off Huggies diapers and/or wipes purchase of $25 or more
– $1 off Desitin
– 50% off 8-oz Evenlo Balance+ wide neck bottle
– $3 off 22.5-oz or larger Similac infant formula powder
– $1 off Dr. Brown’s multipack bottles
– $2 off any NUK item
– 20% off Tommee Tippee bottle, bottle set or nipples
– $2 off Boon bottle drying rack
– 20% off Cetaphil Baby
– $1 off 5-oz. or larger Aveeno Baby
– $1 off Baby Dove products
– $1 off 6.5-oz. or larger Johnson’s Baby
– $1.50 off Aquaphor Baby
– $1 off Eucerin Baby
– 10% off Evenlo Pro Series Pivot travel system
– 10% off any Skip Hop item
– $5 off Boppy ComfyFit baby carrier
– 20% off 4-pk. KIND bars
– $1 off 4-pk or larger Kleenex facial tissue
– 25% off 2-oz. Poo-Pourri toilet spray
As you can see, in addition to the items that actually came in the bag, some of these coupons could really save you some money, especially if you combine them with other deals at Target.
Overall, the Target Baby Registry Welcome Bag was totally worth signing up for in my situation. However, if I didn’t live near a Target, then I wouldn’t make a special trip to get it. You could still get lots of other free items through some of the other welcome boxes that will come in the mail straight to your house.
Have you ever received the Target Baby Registry Welcome Bag? Was there anything different in yours? Let us know in the comments!