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Bringing Home Baby: Get $33 off Graco Car Seat, Save $45 on Playskool Arch

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Nine months may seem like a long time, but that baby will be here before you know it. Gearing up to become a parent is an expensive process, so we've taken the liberty of gathering the week's best baby item deals to help you out. Get $33 off a Graco car seat, score a Playskool Rocktivity Arch at $45 off, and save $53 on a Baby Cargo stroller.

  1. Old Navy saleOld Navy Kids & Baby Sale
    Store: Old Navy
    Discount: Up to 50% off
    Shipping: From $7 s&h with free shipping on orders over $50
    Expires: February 14

    Is It Worth It?: Even if your newborn is happy swaddled in microfiber and super-soft blankets, she'll soon outgrow her 6-month apparel. Stock up now on cute clothes from Old Navy, priced up to 50% off. While not as strong as the up to 60% off sale we saw in December, this selection of baby and kids' clothes is still one of the retailer's better sales.

  2. Graco Car SeatGraco Nautilus 3-in-1 Car Seat
    Store: Target
    Price: $96 via 20% off Cartwheel coupon with in-store pickup
    Lowest By: $33
    Expires: February 8

    Is It Worth It?: Your baby's gonna grow out of her carrier car seat faster than you'd think, so you might as well score a deal on a convertible one now. Target Cartwheel members can use this coupon to take 20% off the Graco Nautilus 3-in-1 car seat in Black, dropping it to the Editors' Choice price of $96 in-store. That's a $16 drop from our December mention, and a $33 current price low. This car seat converts into a booster that can accommodate kids weighing up to 100lbs. or 57" tall. It also features contoured armrests with a cup holder and storage pockets.

  3. Playskool Activity ArchPlayskool Rocktivity Sit, Crawl and Stand Band Activity Arch
    Store: Toys "R" Us
    Price: $24.49 with in-store pickup
    Lowest By: $45

    Is It Worth It?: Once your little one starts getting a feel for his surroundings, you'll want to introduce him to a great floor play toy, like the Playskool Rocktivity Arch. When they discover all the keyboard, guitar, and drum buttons, your baby will be having a ball and rocking out, from sitting to standing. Better yet, you'll save $45 on this Editors' Choice toy.

  4. Baby Cargo StrollerBaby Cargo 300 Series Lightweight Umbrella Stroller
    Store: NeweggFlash
    Price: $79.99 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $53
    Expires: February 11

    Is It Worth It?: Taking your wee one for a walk will be a lot easier on your back if you don't have to lug around a massive stroller. The Baby Cargo 300 Series umbrella stroller in Eclipse features a lightweight aluminum frame that won't weigh you down, while boasting a padded seat, an adjustable leg rest, and a reclining backrest to keep your kid comfy. This Editors' Choice stroller has dropped $69 since our last mention, and is a current low by $53.

  5. TKCityscape 100-Piece Train Set & Table or Mountain 100-Piece Wooden Train Set & Table
    Store: Walmart
    Price: $69.97 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $50

    Is It Worth It?: Once your baby becomes a toddler, the train fever will set in, no matter their gender. You can be prepared for your tiny, would-be engineer's descent into train madness by grabbing either the Cityscape train set or Mountain train set for $70. Each 100-piece set comes with a wooden activity table to keep all those pieces off the floor (where they can't stab your feet). At $50 off list price, both sets are a steal.

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DealNews may be compensated by companies mentioned in this article. Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).
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