Idk whether to trade in DS' infant travel system (Graco Click Connect Snug Ride 30 or whatever) to get him another convertible car seat for when he outgrows his current Britax, or to hold onto the travel system JIC we decide to have another baby.
Also a way to get back recalled items and damaged items.
I was just going to ask if they take damaged stuff. I have a stroller with a broken wheel in my garage. I want to get one of those sit n stand strollers for E and the baby.
They definitely take damaged things. I'm thinking of trading my old jogger in for a new one, the wheels on my old one are ruined (I bought it 3 years ago at the great trade in then, for trading a busted stroller).
I do do know they cut straps on all the car seats, because I asked out of nosiness last year.
Does the brand you trade in matter? Like if I trade in a fisher price item, do I have to get a fisher price item?
The coupon's good for any regular priced baby item with the following exceptions (c&p from website):
Gear - Halo bassinets and Maxi-Cosi car seats; doorway jumpers and infant carriers; Baby Jogger, Bugaboo, Peg Pérego, Quinny; clearance and Red Hot Deal items. Furniture - Mattresses, gliders/ottomans, special orders and clearance items.
Canada needs to jump on that bandwagon....I'd love to trade in a few things!
They used to and they won't bring it back; they "like" the success of their current promos (read - suck balls, I don't need a baby monitor). But on some things they'd also jack the prices up on some things before too. The last one I got lucky, Britax wasn't excluded and I got a new car seat for the $25% off. That was like 2010/2011 spring.
Also, even with the Trade in, if you're looking for car seats, you can almost always get them cheaper elsewhere unless it's a BRU exclusive. There's a group for that.
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