First off, congratulations on your pregnancy! Now comes the hard part, choosing the best place to register for your little one. Have no fear, with Amazon’s baby registry, everything you need is in one place and it’s stress-free. Hollymoms/Hollydads, will you try it out?
One big question all new moms ask is, “Where should I open my baby registry?”. Well, instead of stressing out during this exciting time in your life, just head on over to Amazon. They have an amazing baby registry that’s becoming more and more popular by the year — and here’s why!
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Creating a baby registry list that guests will actually shop from isn’t the easiest task, but here’s why you NEED to make Amazon your one-stop shop! Not only does Amazon have the widest selection, but they also offer Prime members with tons of discounts and rewards including a 15% Baby Registry completion discount and access to limited time offers such as a free Welcome Box. Not to mention Prime Members Get 20% off Diapers and additional family-centric discounts and recommendations. Who doesn’t love savings?
Did we mention that you can add products from any site?! Yes, it’s super simple. For example, if you find something on a competitor’s site that you want, you can simply add it to your Amazon Baby Registry with the click of a button. We repeat: a click of a button. Then there’s the even bigger plus side to using Amazon — their return policy! Most of their baby gear is eligible for free returns for 90 days after purchase. They have an amazing mobile feature, so you can quickly add or delete anything from your registry while out and about. As for shipping, they pretty much spoil their costumers. They give free shipping on orders over $49 and they also offer free two-day shipping for Prime Members.
Seriously, what’s not to love about registering at Amazon?
What do you guys think of Amazon Baby Registry — will you try it out?