Where did you get your nursery items?

posted 4 years ago in Babies
Post # 3
4336 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

I haven’t registered yet, but you *might* want to consider price comparing between stores that sell similar things – you might find yourself surprised at the price differences! **cough cough babierus/target coughcough**

Post # 5
3627 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

I agree. I was hard pressed to find exactly one retailer that literally had everything I wanted and needed. I think it’s better to either have a few registries or one universal registry (e.g. Amazon or Babylist). The downside of doing a universal registry is that you won’t get a completion discount the way you would had you done a registry at that store.

Overall, I found that Buy Buy Baby has a lot of baby gear in-store (e.g. strollers, car seats) compared to BRU but BRU had more cutesy stuff (e.g. clothing). Pricewise, I found that Amazon usually had the best prices. I don’t like Target because I find their return policy as a whole to be quite strict and aside from the necessities (e.g. diapers), the selection is on the smaller side.

Conversely, if you want higher-end/pricey stuff, some of that is only available at boutiques or high-end department stores (e.g. Nordstrom), if it’s not on Amazon. Then you have specific brands like Pottery Barn Kids where you have to get it from them.


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