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Target's Big Baby Sale Is Here!

Target’s Big Baby Sale is finally here! Whether you’re expecting, shopping for your little ones, or attending a baby shower, now through September 11 is your chance to grab some of the best baby steals of the season. One warning: Though you can find a number of discounted items on target.com, much of this sale is in stores only — so read the fine print!


When you spend $75 or more on newborn, toddler, and infant clothing, you’ll get a whopping 20%. Even if you shopping cart totals just $50 on anything part of this sale, you can still qualify for free shipping.

Select baby furniture is 15% off — not too shabby considering how quickly these kinds of purchases can add up. Most car seats, like many “baby activity” products like bouncers and swings,” are 10% off.

You can find further discounts on top brands like Graco, Boppy, Britax as well as on other baby gear and health/safety products.

Keep reading for more highlights:


The Graco Lauren 4-in-1 Convertible Crib (above) is also a toddler bed, daybed, and headboard. For 159.99 in the espresso finish, you’ll also get a free changing table (worth 79.99). In stores only.

The Circo Baby Bedding 3pc Set is $10 off at $39.99 for its flower pattern. This offer is available online, and qualifies for shipping on orders over $10.

Select Big-Pack diapers are $19.99 each, with a $5 Target gift card if you purchase two. This deal applies to: Huggies Little Snugglers, Little Movers, Snug & Dry or Pull-ups; Pampers Swaddlers, Cruisers, Baby Dry, or Easy Ups. In stores only.

Enfamil Premium or Gentlease powder are $22.49 each for 23.4 oz and 22.2 oz, respectively. As with the big-pack diaper deal, a duo-purchase earns you a $5 Target gift card. In stores only.

Happy shopping!

Images from target.com

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