Save 20% On Prams, Pushchairs & Strollers Using Code @ Tesco Direct

7 May 2016
20% Off Pushchairs & Strollers

Although Tesco wouldn't be the first place I would look for a pushchair this offer has made me think again! Tesco Direct have 20% off all Prams, Pushchairs and Strollers at the moment, with more than 130 styles included. Prices start from just £17.60 with this offer, plus there's also free delivery when you spend £29.99 or more on baby items!

Just enter the code TDX-GHT9 at the checkout to get your extra 20% off.

If you are looking for a cheap stroller to take in holiday or leave at the grandparent's house then those can be bought for really cheap prices. A well as basic items like the Red Kite Pushchair* for £17.60, you can get strollers complete with hood and raincover for £30.40 like this Red Kite Push Me 2 U Buggy in Red* or Violet*.

There are also pushchairs, prams, strollers, travel systems and double buggies from the likes of Graco, Chicco, Joie, OBaby, Hauck, Koochi, Tutti Bambini and more.

This 20% off code will only work on items sold by Tesco themselves, not partner sellers, so make sure that you have Tesco as the seller on your item before you add it to your basket.

The eCoupon TDX-GHT9 expires on 16th May, so you have just over a week to use it. You can click and collect for free if your order is over £30, or home delivery is also free on baby and toddler items when you spend £29.99 or more. If you're spending less click and collect charges will be £2, or delivery will be £3.

TOPICS:   Pushchairs

4 comments

  • Nicole M.

    Thanks! X

  • Becki I.

    We had a red kite one and you get what you pay for with them. They're not particularly good quality at all and the wheels don't move well at all. You can't steer them very well. We ended up using ours 8 or 9 times and giving it away.

  • Rahanna H.

    Don't understand why companies make prams that don't lie back :rage: hate seeing babies asleep with their poor head hanging over

    • Teresa S.

      None of mine would lie back in prams. They'd wake up screaming if I tried once asleep and wouldn't let me lie them back when awake either. I think they liked being awkward. :rolling_eyes:

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