Boots Parenting Club Changing Bag Reviews
Product Type: Boots baby products
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Customer Boots Parenting Club Changing Bag Reviews (24)
by - written on 17/06/12 (Very useful, 165 readings)
When I was pregnant with my daughter, like most mothers I signed up to any baby clubs that invited me - anything that helps with the cost of raising a baby can only be useful. One of the better baby clubs has to be Boots, and when you join up to their baby card they will send you a host of vouchers, including one that gives you a free changing bag, which you would be mad not to take up. When you go to pick up a bag you will see that you can actually buy this bag for £30 but to be totally honest it really is NOT worth paying £30 for. This changing bag comes with its own separate fold up changing mat, which is always handy when out and about or to keep as a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/06/12 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Having a very young baby means that whenever I go out now, not only do I have to take all of my own stuff with me including medication, I now have to take everything that he is going to need as well, and it is surprising how one small person can need so much stuff. There was no way that all of mine and Jayden's stuff was going to fit in my handbag so before he was born I was on the look out for a bag suitable, something large enough to fit all of my baby equipment into, but something that was not going to be to large and bulky to carry around with me or hang on the pushchair. A lot of the bags I looked at were quite expensive and I was struggling to find something, that . Read the complete review
by - written on 12/01/12 (Very useful, 71 readings)
When you are pregnant or have a young baby, there are a lot of parent clubs that you can join or subscribe to. Most offer free stuff or money off vouchers but you often find yourself inundated with marketing leaflets and the like once you join up. One of the best parenting clubs that I have found, and joined, is that offered by Boots. When you sign up to this, you can receive a free changing bag which they claim to be worth £30. A changing bag is a necessity for a mum to a young child as it allows you to carry all the things that they need with you when you go out - nappies, wipes, change of clothes, snacks, milk etc. This bag is black in colour and has an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/08/11 (Very useful, 80 readings)
I decided to claim this even though I already had my heart set on a changing bag which I still bought, I thought this would be useful if my daughter went out with her nan for the day or as a backup. To get the changing bag you have to first join the Boots parenting club which you can do in store or online. You then get sent a voucher which you take into Boots and you have to purchase a carry pack of either Pampers New Baby or Pampers Active Fit, they cost around £4 so hardly likely to break the bank and always a useful purchase. Apparently according to the Boots website the bag retails for around £30. The bag is on the shelves in most Boots stores ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/11 (Very useful, 497 readings)
I joined the Boots parenting club when I found out I was pregnant well over a year ago now. When you join the parenting club you receive a whole host of offers and advice to help you through the early years of parenthood. You are allowed to stay in the club until you baby reaches their 2nd birthday. You will receive 10 Advantage club points for every £1 you spend on baby products (all other products in the store will get you 4 points per £1), as well as free gifts a magazine and other offers. When I joined one of the advantages of joining was to receive a changing bag free, I think with you first purchase of Pampers nappies. I don't actually think they do this offer ... Read the complete review
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