Shhh, A Secret Amazon Baby Sale Is Happening RN (and the Deals on Car Seats Are Just Too Good)

Bundles of savings for your bundle of joy

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A close up of a baby sitting securely in a Graco car seat.

Whether you've got a 3-year-old on your hands (in which case, peep our toddler issue) or a baby on the way, listen up! We just got word about a secret Amazon baby sale that is *so good,* we just can't keep it to ourselves.

Seriously, we already sent out a blast to all our expecting besties because it's not every day that you find Graco car seats for up to 25 percent off. Of course, that's not all you can save on during the sale, which lasts the whole month (through Feb. 29, to be exact). So prepare to snag deals on Pampers, top-rated nursing products (like the Medela manual breast pump for as low as $21) and a ton of other essentials that parents swear by. Thank us later—you've got some baby shopping to get to.

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Shopping for a car seat, in particular? We've got some advice: When it comes to car seats, the question isn't just whether you'll love it, but whether your kid will, too. And let's just say Graco car seats rarely disappoint anyone; you'll love the safety and convenience, and your kiddo will adore the comfort.

For instance, the 4Ever model, which is up for grabs for $285 (was $380), features *ten* headrest positions that can be adjusted as your kid grows—because a newborn and a 3-year-old have totally different needs. Well, this baby (see what we did there?) promises up to ten years of use with your mini-me, as it will transition from a rear-facing car seat, to a forward-facing car seat, to a highback booster or backless booster, depending on their weight.

The brand's 4Ever DLX model is just as (if not more) impressive. Now on sale for $300 (was $329), it's a steal if you've got two kids. How so? Well, the car seat has a removable belt trainer, so there's no need to buy a separate one for your older child. But if all you're worried about is how you're going to get your baby in and out of the car, the Turn2Me (was $400, now $300) may be your best bet. It's designed so that you can effortlessly rotate it with just one hand without all the straining and twisting, making the process of going to and fro so much easier. Decisions, decisions...

If you're currently nursing, or plan to be soon, you should definitely consider scooping up some items that can help you along your journey. Say, this Medela manual breast pump, now marked down to just $21. Considering the fact that it has nearly 11,000 5-star reviews, it's gotta be worth every penny. It reportedly uses two-phase technology to mimic actual breastfeeding, and it's compact enough to fit right inside your purse. But here's why one reviewer is a fan: "The suction is very strong, and you can finish pumping and emptying your breasts in half the time as the other pumps do. It’s very convenient to use...when you are out compared to the other pumps."

Speaking of pumps that you can use on-the-go, moms are particularly fond of the wearable and, dare we say, pretty cute Momcozy breast pumps, which come in their own travel case! While they usually have a higher price tag at $260, you can snag 'em for $170 right now. It's a no-brainer if you want to customize your breast-feeding experience with three modes, nine levels and even four sizes (because no two breasts are exactly the same). However, if you want to get the most bang for your buck, look no further than the NCVI double electric breast pump set. For $56 (was $72), it comes with everything you need and then some, from an easy-to-use LED display to caps that screw straight onto the bottles when you're done, so there's no more need for messy milk transferring. We'd call that a win-win!

The Best Nursing Products on Sale

Now that you've got car seats and nursing companions covered, don't forget to pick up some extra essentials that are guaranteed to come in handy as your family grows. Like this Owlet Dream Duo smart baby monitor (was $369, now $269), for example. It streams video in 1080p HD directly to the accompanying app, so you can keep an eye on your babe when you're cooking, at work or traveling. Better yet, it comes with the brand's coveted Dream Sock that monitors their pulse rate, oxygen levels, wakings and sleep trends. "It gives me peace of mind, and it is easy to has been an absolute game changer as a first-time mom and new parent," one reviewer shares. How can you resist, especially while it's $100 off RN?

Other must-buys you don't want to miss include the Grownsy nasal aspirator for baby (was $50, now $40), which you'll want to keep on hand this flu season. With three adjustable suction levels, it helps clear fluids and dry mucus from their little noses in the least invasive way, so you can both breathe easy. Meanwhile, the Prekull bottle warmer (was $50, now $27) is sure to be a lifesaver when you're in a rush and need a warm bottle of milk for them, STAT. We've all been there.

Destinee Scott

Assistant Sales and Deals Editor

Destinee Scott is PureWow’s Assistant Sales and Deals Editor. She’s been chasing sales and deals for a decade and knows a good one when she sees one for fashion, home, beauty...

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