The Walmart Baby Days Sale Is On—Here Are the Best Stroller, Car Seat & Crib Deals to Snag RN


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A close up of a woman pushing the Chicco Bravo Trio Travel System Stroller.

If you landed on this page, it's likely for one of two reasons: Either you have a little one of your own (or maybe one on the way), or perhaps you're shopping for a gift for a new mom, nephew, goddaughter, etc. Whatever the case, we have all the best deals to score until the massive Walmart Baby Days Sale ends on September 30. You can thank us later, because you've got some shopping to do right now.

In the market for a new car seat? Trust us; don't look any further than the Graco 4Ever DLX convertible car seat ($330; $264) with upgraded features that allow it to grow with your child. Or if you're BFF is due soon, we've heard nothing but good things about the Comomy 4-in-1 baby bassinet ($300; $105) that can be adjusted to match their bed height so they can sleep knowing that their babe is within arms reach.

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A 4.7-star review on a car seat is a good sign that it's worth the money, because parents can be particularly picky—for good reason, of course. This model is designed to grow with your child and includes a rear-facing harness and forward-facing harness, a highback belt-positioning booster and backless belt-positioning booster. P.S. Each position is suitable for specific weights all the way up to 120 pounds. And we didn't even mention that it has ten harness and headrest positions, a six-position recline and an InRight LATCH attachment, so your babe can be as comfy as possible during long rides.

Perfect for a new mom, this bundle features the brand's Bravo Quick-Fold stroller with a three-panel canopy with UPF 50+ to help keep them protected from harmful sun rays. It also has a large storage basket with two pockets so you can keep things organized while you're on the move. As for the KeyFit 30 car seat, it is supposedly lightweight at 9.5 pounds and has premium LATCH connectors that make it easy to attach and remove, buyers confirm. So basically, together, these two items make mom life *a lot* easier, which is why this purchase is a no-brainer for just under $360.

If you've ever wanted a glider, rocker and recliner all in one, you just found it. And you better hurry to buy it before other shoppers beat you to it, what with its plush pocketed coil foam seat, cushioned backrest and padded track arms to boot. But is it as soft as it looks and, most importantly, easy to clean from inevitable spills? Yup, thanks to its polyester linen-looking fabric the brand claims is resilient and wipes down easily with a damp cloth. Not to mention, one reviewer says it takes no time to put together (ten minutes max), while another raves about how it doesn't squeak when rocking.

Keeping an eye on your baby 24/7 is finally possible with this monitoring system that connects to your phone and apparently has a top-notch camera quality, according to reviewers. (No, seriously, it even has a 120-degree tilt control to see an entire room.) It also has a two-way audio feature that allows you to talk and listen to them. "You can also put [on a setting] to be notified if someone is moving," one reviewer adds. "[This] helps me keep an eye on my baby while she's home with my husband or babysitter and also while we are on vacation." That's all we needed to hear.

This stroller can be adjusted in three positions: rear-facing between five and 40 pounds, forward-facing between 22 and 65 pounds and belt-positioning booster between 40 and 100 pounds. In other words, you won't have to splurge on a new car seat every year, especially one with a machine-washable seat pad and two removable dishwasher-safe cup holders. And the brand says it takes up less space than other options (specifically, you may have up to seven extra inches of room in the front) which is ideal for folks with smaller backseats.

If your baby's crib doesn't convert into a bassinet, bedside crib, changing table and bed, it may be time to upgrade to this must-have, which checks all those boxes. We love that the height can be adjusted from day to night so they can sleep beside you. Better yet, you can stroll it from room to room since it has four wheels with brakes. But here's why one buyer is obsessed: "My little girl really loves it and feels very comfortable in it, which makes me feel comfortable too as a mother. I can see how she feels so safe with the breathable mesh walls and the sturdy build with a really comfy mattress." Um, say no more.

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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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