Baby Bargains: Secrets to Saving 20% to 50% on Baby Furniture, Equipment, Clothes, Toys, Maternity Wear and Much, Much More!

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Windsor Peak Press, 2001 - Family & Relationships - 470 pages
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The average cost of providing for a new baby can top $5,000 in the first year alone. Baby Bargains shows parents how to save money while selecting the best brands and the safest products. This fourth edition includes extensive charts comparing name-brand cribs, strollers, and more; a new section on bassinets, car seats, and bicycle child carriers; and a completely updated guide to catalogs, online stores, and bargain Web sites.

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User Review  - Tara714 - LibraryThing

This is an excellent reference book for first time parents. It goes over what you need and what you could do with out. It also reviews a lot of the products out there. The only thing I didn't like ... Read full review

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There is so much good information listed in the book. I will be a grandmother and it has given me so many ideas for everything from diapers to play items and everything in between. My daughter in law and I will be burning up these pages for a while to come. Read full review


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Denise Fields and Alan Fields write a monthly column for Baby Talk magazine. They have written several best-selling books, including Baby Bargains and Bridal Bargains. They live in Boulder, CO.

Authors Denise and Alan Fields are consumer advocates who've been featured on Oprah, The Today Show, Good Morning America and Dateline NBC. Their books include the best-selling paperbacks Bridal Bargains, Baby 411 and Toddler 411. Learn more about their books at

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