Top Deal Websites for Moms

Hooray for Deals!

What mom doesn’t love deals?

I know I do! Kids grow so fast that it seems like I am replacing an entire wardrobe at least twice a year – and it is expensive! Granted, my toddler gets a lot of awesome hand-me-downs from my oldest son, but I do still like to get him new stuff. It is only fair right?

That is where some of these awesome deal websites come into play!

There are so many different websites that you should be a member of. It is free to join and you can get some of the best brands for more than half off if you keep a close eye on them each day. I use deals to buy the majority of clothes for all of our kids. And as a bonus, I often make out like a bandit too!

I put together a list of some of my favorites so that you can take advantage of these discounts too. While some are still too expensive for some of us, there are tons of great, affordable deals are just too good to pass up, even if you don’t need anything. And don’t forget to look in the adult sections too, because who doesn’t enjoy a little treat for themselves while shopping for their kids?

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  • Baby Steals 1 of 8
    Baby Steals is awesome because it doesn't require a membership and they have something new every day! But because of this, you have to be quick--things sell out very quickly. You can get everything from clothes to baby carriers, or even cloth diapers!
    Check out
  • Zulily 2 of 8
    I could shop on Zulily daily and their customer service is nothing short of amazing. The best part is they have all the best brands from newborn to adult. Some of my favorites I have scored from Zulily include RuffleButts, Robeez, Charlie Bananas, and Disney! As for their customer service: one time I accidentally got the wrong product shipped to me, and not only was I credited in full, but I also got a credit to the site for the mix up. THAT is outstanding customer service!
    Join Zulily here!
  • Gilt 3 of 8
    Gilt is a little bit more high end and is more catered toward adults, but they have a kick ass kids section daily. They offer everything from gear to clothes for newborns to big kids. If you like designer items, this is a great place to save on more expensive brands. My favorite score off of here was a Skip Hop diaper bag for cheap!
    Join Gilt here!
  • Totsy 4 of 8
    Totsy is similar to Zulily, with a wide variety of gear, clothes and toys at discount prices. You do need to be a member, but it isn't hard to sign up.
    Join Totsy here!
  • Rue La La 5 of 8
    Rue La La
    Rue La La is very similar to Gilt, in that it's focused on adults but regularly features a great selection of items for toddlers and kids. Much of it is high-end, but at much more reasonable prices than in department stores. I have yet to buy something from here, but it is only for lack of disposable income!
    Join Rue La La here!
  • Kid Steals 6 of 8
    Kid Steals
    Kid Steals is the older-kid version of Baby Steals. If you're looking for gear for your toddler, be sure to check both sites. They offer everything from clothes to shoes to toys.
    Check out Kid Steals!
  • Baby Half Off 7 of 8
    Baby Half Off
    Don't let the name mislead you--this site offers much more than baby items, and have great new deals every day. They sell almost anything could use for your kids, like sun screen, which was one of their recent deals.
    Check out Baby Half Off
  • Green Baby Bargains 8 of 8
    Green Baby Bargains
    Green Baby Bargains is geared toward the more environmentally conscious parent. They often have deals on cloth diapers, green cleaning products, clothes made from organic cotton, and other organic and earth-friendly products! This is probably my favorite because eco-friendly products tend to be pricy!
    Check out Green Baby Bargains

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