VTech Kidizoom Smart Watch £15 @ John Lewis

by Nada in Deals on 28 February, 2015 at 11:51 am

VTech Kidizoom Smart Watch £15 @ John Lewis

The VTech Kidizoom Smart Watch sells for £31.99 at Boots.com, £39.99 at Tesco Direct, £34.99 at Smyths and £39.99 from Argos. You will never guess which retailer is the cheapest for this cool kid's gadget? John Lewis and they are much cheaper by miles. They are selling the VTech Kidizoom Smart Watch for just £15. Crikey. that's amazing!  I'd be quick with this if you are wanting it as these will sell out FAST!

The VTech Kidizoom Smart Watch has a camera for taking 0.3 megapixel photos and videos. It charges by micro USB connection and cable. Plus it can transfer files.

It's a real impressive bit of kit especially for £15. With an alarm, stop watch, timer, your child can use it as a watch too, and can choose from analogue or digital time display. There's three fun games to play too and it has the ability to record your voice as well as change it.

You can collect the VTech Kidizoom Smart Watch for FREE from any John Lewis or Waitrose store. If you'd prefer to have it delivered then it's at a charge of £3.

Thanks to mobjw @ HUKD

Easter Chick Long Sleeved Bib £2.50 Delivered @ Jojo Maman Bebe

by Nada in Deals on 28 February, 2015 at 11:21 am

Easter Chick Long Sleeved Bib £2.50 Delivered @ Jojo Maman Bebe

If you have a child, you will totally understand my frustration of when you dress your little darling all pretty or smartly and then they coat themselves in bright orange baby food or the likes. Best thing I have ever learnt as a parent is to buy long sleeved bibs! They cover your child much better than regular round the neck numbers. I have found one at Jojo Maman Bebe and it's reduced to just £2.50 from £8. Would I pay eight pound for a bib? I paid ten for one very similar so £2.50 is a great price. Plus you get FREE delivery on orders from Jojo Maman Bebe.

These should be called stress saver bibs, because they do stop you from freaking out every time baby is in the highchair. This particular Easter Chick one from Jojo Maman Bebe is splashproof.

What about crumbs? Kids make lots of crumbs. This Long Sleeved Bib features a crumb pocket, it won't catch all of the crumbs but does catch a LOT.

The design on this Long Sleeved Bib is very spring like and is ideal for Easter as it's covered in chicks. It's pretty unisex too as it's a good mixture of colours.

EXTRA 15% Off Reduced Ladies, Gents & Homewares @ Jack Wills Outlet

by Nada in Deals on 28 February, 2015 at 10:46 am

EXTRA 15% Off Reduced Ladies, Gents & Homewares @ Jack Wills Outlet

I always see Jack Wills are a trendier Joules type retailer. They only sell cool stuff and I am probably not cool enough to even blog about them but here it goes. We have discovered that they have an online outlet where they sell Jack Wills clothing, accessories and homewares at heavily reduced prices. Plus use promo code OUTL15 at the checkout and get a further 15% off.  This means that you get a real good bargain.

There are plenty of bargains in the women's section. This Navenby Bag* is 100% leather and has been reduced to just £39 from £89.50, but use the code and it's yours for just £33.15. What a bargain, I hope I get something like this for Mother's Day. Another great bargain is Brierley Vest* reduced from £19.50 to £4.25 with code.

This Men's  Jack Wills Hoody*is just £20.40 when you use the promo code. It is reduced from £59..50. One of the top bargains has to be the Thornaby Laptop Case* reduced from £29.50 and is only £7.65 with code.

Delivery is at £4 no matter how much or little you order.

Thanks to shawtom @ HUKD

Extra 15% Off Children's Footwear Sale (With Code) @ Hi-Tec

by Nada in Deals on 28 February, 2015 at 10:06 am

Extra 15% Off Children's Footwear Sale (With Code) @ Hi-Tec

Trainers need not be expensive if you go over to the Hi-Tec website. They have a sale on children's trainers and if you use CLEARFEB15 at the checkout you will get an extra 15% off. Spend over £30 and get your trainers delivered for FREE. If your children are anything like mine then you will constantly be buying trainers as they wear them out like nothing else. Maybe try out Hi-Tec if you haven't before. I know they used make footwear for the British Forces but I don't know if they still do.

I have heard that Hi-Tec's Customer Service is good, and I know that they offer 90 days to return any items that you don't want. That's reassuring and nice to see a company offer such a service.

So, what can you get for your money from Hi-Tec? Zuuk Sport Kids Shoes*, Sydney Junior Trainers*, Zuuk Blue* and Zuuk Blush* were £24.99 and are just £12.74 when you use the code.

Delivery is £2.99 if you spend under £30. Why not check out our vouchers section for promo codes for your favourite retailers?

Thanks to Andywedge @ HUKD

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Bargains @ Argos

by Nada in Deals on 28 February, 2015 at 9:14 am

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Bargains @ Argos

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse with it's songs and it's ability to make everybody dance. That's why the kids love it and so do us parents too. Okay, so we end up singing MM songs for the rest of the day, week or even month but it puts the kids in a trance for a good fifteen minutes, which is just enough time of a cup of tea. Argos have Mickey Mouse Clubhouse bargains, on a fair few items, not all but some. The reductions are good and make the MMCH items even cheaper than elsewhere.

You can reserve and collect your order for FREE or pay £3.95 for home delivery.

Children's Nightwear Reductions @ Asda George

by Nada in Deals on 28 February, 2015 at 8:33 am

Children's Nightwear Reductions @ Asda George

Yesterday, we gave you the heads-up that Asda George would have to 50% off selected lines starting today. I have had a look and I must admit it's not an amazing selection. However, there are some great reductions in Children's Nightwear. Many include our kids' favourite characters like Fireman Sam and Disney Princess. There's not so much for boys as there is for girls but it's worth a look.

Here's what I found to be great bargains at Asda George:

You can collect the Children's Nightwear items with Click and Collect, which means you pick up your order for FREE from your local Asda store or pay £2.95 home delivery.

Dairy Free/No Added Sugar Easter Treats Buy One Get One Half Price @ Holland and Barrett

by Nada in Deals on 27 February, 2015 at 9:51 pm

Dairy Free/No Added Sugar Easter Treats Buy One Get One Half Price @ Holland and Barrett

If your little one is dairy free, you'll know how hard it can be when everyone is going for Easter Egg hunts and the world is plastered full of Easter Eggs everywhere. Fortunately, Holland and Barrett have you covered.

As I said, Holland and Barrett have a nice selection of Easter chocolate both instore and online.  What makes it a bargain though is that they're buy one get one half price,

For anyone who is on a dairy-free diet there is a nice little selection of Easter chocolate at Holland and Barrett (also available online) which are currently on their' buy one get one half-price on everything' deal.
I'm told some of this chocolate is quite tasty but I personally remain unconvinced - only bought them as a gift so that allergic child isn't left out of the chocolate-blitz of Easter!

These ones sound the most appealing: Moo Free Orange Egg* just £4.99 contains dairy free chocolate with crunchy orange chips in it. Booja Booja Hazelnut Crunch Truffle Egg* is £9.99 and it's gluten and dairy free. The Moo Free Honeycomb Egg* sounds to die for as it has crunchy honeycomb pieces scattered in the dairy free chocolate shell. It's £4.99.

Spend £20 or more for FREE delivery or pay £1.99 if you are spending less.

Lollypop Man Banned From Giving Children High-Fives

by Nada in Misc on 27 February, 2015 at 9:27 pm

 Lollypop Man Banned From Giving Children High-Fives

When I read in the newspaper that Lollypop Man or Crossing Assistant (yeah, that's what some Councils call them) has been banned from giving 'high-fives' to children I was a bit disappointed. Why oh why do we have to go to such extremes nowadays? Apparently, Nkosana Mdikane was previously commended by the council whom has applied this ban. So, what's the big deal about him giving 'High-Fives'?

West Dumbartonshire Council are said to have stated that:

that lollipop men “must remain static” to maintain “a barrier between pupils and traffic” with one hand on their stick and the other arm stretched outward.

This means that Mr Mdikane must not dance or touch the children's hand whilst he works. I am sure you agree with me that teaching children to cross the road in a sensible manner is very important but I can't help feeling like Mr Mdikane should be able to interact and encourage the kids to actually use him to cross the road.

When I was young we got to know our Lollypop Ladies really well as we saw them on a daily basis. Imagine how sad that would have been if they hardly acknowledge me.

Is this Health and Safety madness or is it perfectly just that the Council have banned the Hi-Fives.

10% Off ALL Furniture This Weekend in store @ B&M

by Lisa Hayes in Deals on 27 February, 2015 at 8:49 pm

10% Off ALL Furniture This Weekend in store @ B&M

If you are lucky enough to have a B&M store near to you, especially one of the B&M Home stores, then it might be worth a visit this weekend. On top of their already super cheap prices they have a further 10% off all furniture from today until Sunday 1st March.

Looking at the kids furniture and storage items that they have I'm very tempted myself! It includes things like Kids Ready Beds which start at £9.99 before the discount, wooden storage benches for £14.99, toddler beds for £59.99 and there's even a single bed frame for £29! That works out at £26.10 this weekend! As their special offers marketing team say, "WOW!"

By the way that Toddler bed that works out at £54? It's a Frozen* one. And they have a Frozen Ready Bed too.

The bad news (sorry) is that B&M still don't offer online shopping, even for large bulky furniture items, so it's a case of looking online, and ringing your local store to check if they have what you want in stock.

You don't have to stick with kids furniture, and there's a surprisingly large range online, but what they stock in your local store will vary according to the size of the branch. I'm hoping they have some of those storage shelves in our branch, as I missed the lidl ones a few weeks ago.

Disney Princess Night Dress £3.99 @ Argos

by Luschka van Onselen in Deals on 27 February, 2015 at 7:57 pm

Disney Princess Night Dress £3.99 @ ArgosLast summer, these Disney Princess dresses from Argos were huge. They'd fly out of stock as soon as they were reduced and they were so popular we wrote about them regularly. It's been ages since they were last reduced though, and now Argos has the Disney Princess Girls' Pink Nightdress down from £9.99 to £3.99.

I'm pretty confident that if I give this to my little girl it will soon end up in the fancy dress box rather than the pyjama box, and will become a favourite play thing, but at the price, who can argue!

These Disney Princess Girls' Pink Nightdresses are a must have for Disney fans - my girls have a few different Disney princess dresses and they love them.

These dresses are 100% Polyester and are obviously machine washable at 40C so whether they are used for play or sleep, they can be kept nice and clean and royal-like. They last really well too - my girls are still in the ones we bought them last year. They keep their shape and they wash well. 

Kids Go Free To Attractions Across Scotland With Kids Go Free @ Scotrail

by karenm in Deals on 27 February, 2015 at 7:53 pm

Kids Go Free To Attractions Across Scotland With Kids Go Free @ Scotrail

As the Easter holidays approach and you're saving hard for that summer holiday while still trying to pay off Christmas, days out can seem like an extravagance you can't afford. While this may not make them free, it may make them more affordable for families.

You may or may not know that Scotrail have been running a promo for some time where up to two kids can go free with a paying adult off peak. BUT did you also know that those kids train tickets can be used to get kids into a whole load of attractions across Scotland for FREE? No? Then read on.

But I drive I here you say. Yeah so many people do nowadays but using this sneaky tip, you can still save pounds this summer on family days out. Just let's deal with the actual train travellers first.

So “Kids Go Free” from Scotrail is designed for kids aged 5-15 to travel for free off peak (generally after 9.15 am and evenings and all weekend including school holidays) and up to two kids can travel with one fare paying adult.

If you use this to travel to your chosen attraction, one child will get in for free per paying adult. So if there’s you and your partner, both buy one "Kids Go Free" ticket at the station and enter the attraction with one child each. So you’ve paid for two adults but both kids have got in for free.

If you drive, this can still benefit you and your family. As above buy a “Kids Go Free” ticket at the train station but if you’re not travelling by train, you’re not wanting to shell out any more than you have to. The cheapest fare I can see online is from Glasgow Queen Street to Glasgow High Street. This costs £1.10 and your child will get into your chosen attraction for free. You may know of a cheaper route, this is just an example of a "Kids Go Free" ticket you could buy at your local station before setting off.

Edinburgh Zoo for example costs £12 per child, while Deep Sea World Costs £9.50, so if you can get each child in for just £1.10 using the Scotrail trick above, there’s tidy savings to be made.

Under 3’s get into most of these attractions for free but double check that with your chosen venue.

So there you have it, what do you think?

Disney Mickey Mouse Sleep Bag £5 @ George

by Luschka van Onselen in Deals on 27 February, 2015 at 7:41 pm

Disney Mickey Mouse Sleep Bag £5 @ George Asda's George has a great bargain offer for parents of little ones right now - this Disney Mickey Mouse Sleeping Bag is reduced to £5 instead of £11, which is a £6 saving. There's free click and collect in store, or you can have it delivered for £2.95.

These baby sleeping bags are so convenient when you have a child who kicks the covers off at night! It's a great way to keep little ones warm during the night, and especially useful if you're planning any camping this year. They were a godsend for us camping with babies.

This is apparently a beautifully soft piece, so your little one will be cosy and snug. It's ideal for room temperatures between 10 - 20C they say. The main body is breathable cotton, 100%'s worth, and the wadding is 100% Polyester.

Tip: When you use a baby sleeping bag, test to see whether baby's head can pass through without it being unbuttoned. If it can, your baby is too small for the sleeping bag, and is not safe. 

1000 Extra Clubcard Points When You Spend £60 On Lego @ Tesco

by Lisa Hayes in Deals on 27 February, 2015 at 7:28 pm

1000 Extra Clubcard Points When You Spend £60 On Lego @ Tesco

We all love Lego. I mean our kids all love Lego, so this is a little incentive to get a few things to put away for any upcoming birthdays, parties, or gifts at Tesco while this offer is on.  When you spend £60 or more on Lego at Tesco you get an extra 1000 Tesco Clubcard points. That's worth £10 off your shopping, or up to £40 in Tesco Clubcard Boost vouchers!

There's no code to enter, the extra points are automatically applied at the checkout. It includes Lego that is reduced in price or on another promotion, and the only exclusion is Lego that is sold by Tesco Partners (ie by The Entertainer and so on rather than sold by Tesco themselves).

The offer is on until the 2nd of March, and your extra 1000 points will appear on the next statement your receive after that. Then all you have to do is decide how to spend them! When we get 1000 points they go on a family trip to Blackpool Zoo, which saves us £40! Not bad if you were going to buy Lego anyway... :)

School-Gate Parking And Leaving Kids In Cars: What's Your View?

by Heidi Scrimgeour in Misc on 27 February, 2015 at 6:51 pm

School-Gate Parking And Leaving Kids In Cars: What's Your View?

The school run is a stress-fest at the best of times, but factor in a baby falling asleep in the car just as you’re collecting older siblings, and it swiftly turns into a moral minefield.

Because what do you do if you drive your little ones to school and have a young baby whose nap time coincides with pick-up? A - Leave the sleeping child in the car even if it means they’re out of sight, albeit momentarily? B - Park on double yellow lines or in the way of other traffic / pedestrians in order to let your napper grab forty winks whilst still within your line of sight, albeit endangering the lives of other road users at the same time? Or - C - prioritise the safety of all the other parents and children by parking safely and waking your baby to take them with you to the school gates - even if that means spending the rest of the day paying for it with an over-tired, nap-resistant baby?

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Maternity Wear: £10 Off a £50 Spend with code @ New Look

by Lisa Hayes in Deals on 27 February, 2015 at 6:13 pm

Maternity Wear: £10 Off a £50 Spend with code @ New Look

If you are looking for Maternity Wear then we have another good deal that could give you a really good saving on your maternity wardrobe at New Look. You can get £10 off a £50 spend on full price items at New Look with the voucher code AFFSS10 at the checkout.

Click here to shop Maternity Wear @ New Look* and use the code AFFSS10

  • Discount: £10 off when you spend £50
  • Valid On: Full price items only, in one transaction. Only one use per customer. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.
  • Expires: 01/03/15
  • Code: AFFSS10

New Look has a very good range of maternity clothing with over 200 items online, with prices starting as low as £4.99 for the full price items. The range comes in sizes from 8 to 18, and the prices are really good even without the extra discount. Tops are from £4.99, leggings from £8.99, underwear from £9.99, dresses from £12.99 and jeans from £15.99. At these prices and with the £10 off you could get most of your basic wardrobe for your pregnancy at a brilliant price.

You get free delivery when you spend over £45, charges are from £3.99 when you spend less. Click and collect is free when you spend over £19.99.

(Just a note - I have no idea why New Look have cut the models' faces out of all the pictures, but it's on the whole site, not just the pregnant models. Weird, huh?)

Thanks to goonertillidie @ HUKD

FLASH SALE Plus Free Delivery over £10 with code @ The Book People. Lego, Mr Men, Julia Donaldson, Thomas, Star Wars and more!

by Lisa Hayes in Deals on 27 February, 2015 at 4:32 pm

FLASH SALE Plus Free Delivery over £10 with code @ The Book People. Lego, Mr Men, Julia Donaldson, Thomas, Star Wars and more!

The Book People are big favourites here at PlayPennies for great value books and this weekend they have a Flash Sale in where they have slashed the prices on some of their best selling books and collections.  There are nearly 150 different things to choose from, for adults and children, and in fiction and non fiction. We love the book collections as they are by far the best value for money, and they are great for splitting us into individual presents or for party bags as well. Some of them cost as little as 42p per book!

To make the sale even better, when you add the voucher code BIRTHDAY at the checkout you get FREE DELIVERY when you spend £10! The code should have expired, but it's still working!

It's really hard to choose as there are such great offers, but here are some of our favourites from the Flash Sale:

These are just a few that we have picked out as offering the best value for money, but there's a really good range in the Flash Sale, with books for all ages of children, teenagers and adults. It's well worth stocking up on a few for birthdays, party presents as well as topping up the book shelves at home, as prices really don't get much lower than this!

Delivery is free when you spend over £25, or costs £2.99 when you spend less. Or get free delivery when you spend £10 with the voucher code BIRTHDAY.

Cuddleuppets: Now from £3.99 @ Bargain Max

by Lisa Hayes in Deals on 27 February, 2015 at 3:06 pm

Cuddleuppets: Now from £3.99 @ Bargain Max

The last time we told you about Cuddleuppets at Bargain Max they were selling them for £5.99, which was a bit of a bargain. Well the good news is that they have now dropped the price even further, and now they are from as little as £3.99 each! Even adding on the £1.49 delivery charge this is by far the cheapest I can find.

If you don't know what they are, Cuddleuppets are cuddly blankets for kids that are also puppets. They are big, fluffy blankets in different animal designs that your child can use as a puppet with their hand to make their Cuddluppet talk, dance and play. Whether us grown ups can 'get' the appeal of these or not, it seems that kids love them!

The three designs available at Bargain Max are the Pink Poodle and Yellow Dog both at £3.99 each, or the Unicorn which is £4.99. All were originally selling for between £9.99 and £14.99, and are still around that price in most stores. Even Amazon is charging more (which is fairly unusual!).

I was wondering whether they were selling these off with the spring on it's way... then I shivered and wondered whether to put the heating on instead. I think a blanket will still get a lot of use!

FREE Apps: Fertility Tracker, Pregnancy Pro & Baby Digital Scrapbook (IOS & Android)

by Lisa Hayes in Freebies on 27 February, 2015 at 2:26 pm

FREE Apps: Fertility Tracker, Pregnancy Pro & Baby Digital Scrapbook (IOS & Android)

There are several free apps available at the moment through iTunes for IOS and Google Play for Android that could be really useful for parents and parents-to-be. These include the Pink Pad Period & Fertility Tracker Pro, the Baby Bump Pro and the Kidfolio Pro.

The Pink Pad Period and Fertility Tracker Pro is a free app, available for both IOS and Android operating systems, that helps women keep detailed records of their menstrual cycle. If you are trying to conceive (or indeed avoid conceiving) then the fertility tracker can help predict when this is most likely.

Click here to

Odeon & Vue: 2 for 1 Wednesdays in March

by Lisa Hayes in Deals on 27 February, 2015 at 1:11 pm

Odeon & Vue: 2 for 1 Wednesdays in March

If you were an Orange/EE customer you would probably have taken advantage of the 2 For 1 Cinema Ticket offer. Unfortunately Orange/EE pulled out when their sponsorship deal ended, and last Wednesday 25th February was the last Orange Wednesday.

The good news is that whilst a new sponsor is being looked for two of the biggest cinema chains are continuing the 2 for 1 Wednesdays with their own offer throughout March.

Vue announced their offer a few days ago, and Odeon announced theirs last night, so if either of these are your local cinema then you're in luck!

For the Vue 2 for 1 Orange Wednesday offer you need to sign up on their website and they send you a unique membership number which you quote at the box office or online to get your 2 for 1 on Wednesdays throughout March.

The Odeon offer works in a similar way - you sign up and they send you a code, but it looks like you have to request a different one each time you want to take them up on the offer.

All the details and how to claim the offers are on the links above. Now we're just waiting for Cineworld and Showcase and most of us will be sorted!

Heads Up: Asda George Up To 50% Off Starts Tomorrow (Online)

by Nada in Deals on 27 February, 2015 at 12:24 pm

Heads Up: Asda George Up To 50% Off Starts Tomorrow (Online)

When Asda George have a sale, which is roughly a monthly occurrence it seems, it proves very popular. You can see why, Asda George are one of the most reasonably priced retailers in the UK. Take money off those great prices and you are left with absolute bargains. Tomorrow, you can expect to find Up to 50% off on selected George lines, including childrenswear. Some items are showing as reduced already but hang fire on the rest as the price should change over night.

Here's a list of what you can get:

Men’s check shirt was £10 now £5
Men’s Faux Fur Trim Parka Was £35 now £20
Mens Shawl Neck Chunky Jumper was £12 now £8 h
Mens Leather Upper Boots was £35 now £20
Mens Boston Crew Merino Wool Jumper* was £16 now £8
Mens Faux Fur Trim Nylon Parka was £30 now £15
Girls Borg Lined Parka was £20 now £10
Girls Girls Glitter Ballet was £7 now £4
Girls Girls Chelsea Boots was £15 now £8
Girls Girls Peppa Pig Gilet was £12 now £8
Boys Dessert Boot Trainers was £13 now £6
Boys Contrast Lapel suit jacket was £20 now £10
Boys Panelled Sports Coat was £14 now £8
Boys Shawl Neck Jumper was£12 now £8
Baby Mini mouse sleep bag (girls baby) was £11 now £5
Baby 3 Piece Hoody, Top and Joggers Set (boys baby) was £10 now £6
Baby 4 Piece Jersey Set* (boys baby) was £9 now £5
Baby 4 Piece Butterfly Print Set (girls baby) was £9 now £5
Disney Frozen Sisters Forever Cardigan was £10 now £8
Disney Frozen Top and Leggings Set £14 now £6
Frozen Dress was £14 now £6
Frozen Faux Fur Coat was £20 now £10
FROZEN Girls Disney Frozen 3 pack vests was £5 now £3
FROZEN Frozen Olaf Pyjamas was £9 now £5
FROZEN Disney Frozen Elsa and Anna Pyjamas was £9 now £5
FROZEN Frozen T-shirt was £7 now £3
FROZEN Disney Frozen 5 Pack Briefs was £4 now £2
FROZEN Frozen Photo Leggings* was £4.50 now £2

Collect your order from store for FREE or pay £2.95 for home delivery.

Thanks to Goonertilidie @ HUKD