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On 20th and 21st January 2017, Tesco are hosting a Baby Club event for parents to be and parents of babies and toddlers. I went along to our local one this morning to find out what it was all about.
About Tesco Baby Club
If you’re a parent to be or have a baby or young toddler, it is well worth signing up to the Tesco Baby Club. They’ll send you a selection of offers tailored to the age of your child. You can also win prizes and access expert advice on everything from caring for a newborn to weaning. You even get a whole year of free life insurance.
At the moment, Tesco Baby Club are entering everyone who signs up into a prize draw. The winner gets a year’s supply of nappies, and 20 runners up win a skincare bundle from Aveeno Baby.
The Tesco Baby Club event
The Tesco Baby Club event is taking place at stores across the country today and tomorrow. It is a great opportunity to sign up for the Tesco Baby Club and take advantage of some special offers in store. There are also Ella’s Kitchen demonstrations going on in some stores, where a mini-kitchen will be set up to allow people to try hot samples from the Ella’s kitchen range.
I spent quite a while chatting to the knowledgeable staff about the event and the Tesco Baby Club itself. It was reassuring to know that they understand the varying needs of parents. They gave me some leaflets to take away about both the Baby Club and the products that are currently on offer.
I know Ella’s Kitchen is really popular among parents as it is so easy to use and is made from organic ingredients. The current 5 for 4 offer on the range is perfect for busy parents.
Shopping for babies and toddlers at Tesco
The advantage of heading to Tesco for baby and toddler supplies is that everything is under one roof. They have a great range of products for infants and the Baby Club offers make a big difference on price. They also have other little essentials like toys, bedding, monitors and chairs.
The other great thing about buying baby supplies from a store like Tesco is that you can pick them up at the same time as your supermarket shop. Today was a rare opportunity for me to go shopping on my own. I usually have at least one of the children with me when I shop. So I decided to make the most of the opportunity and head to the Tesco café. There was free WiFi so I caught up with some emails and enjoyed a coffee and a muffin. Perfect.