MUMS and dads can nab little-known freebies if you have a Boots Advantage card and sign up to the Parenting Club at no extra cost.

The membership also gives you 10 points per £1 spent on baby products, up from the usual four points per £1.

 Parents can currently nab one or a few of these baby products for free by signing up to the Boots Parenting Club


Parents can currently nab one or a few of these baby products for free by signing up to the Boots Parenting Club

Although the amount of points you can earn will drop to eight from March 16.

The Parenting Club is available to customers who are pregnant up until the child turns five years old benefit, with the offers sent to you by post or you can view them on the Boots app.

The current freebies available are worth up to £28.27, but keep in mind the exact deals you can get depends on how old your little ones are.

These include a £10.99 Childs Farm baby essentials kit, which comes with baby bedtime bubbles, baby wash, baby moisturiser and nappy cream.

Freebies currently available via the Boots Parenting Club

PARENTS can nab one or more of the below freebies depending on how old the kids are, if they’re born yet.

  • Child’s Farm Baby Essentials Kit – worth £10.99
  • MAM Bottle 130ml with soother – worth £7.99, or a pack of Boots maternity breast pads (various) – worth up to £5.49
  • Folic Acid and Vitamin D Food Supplement (60 tablets) – worth £3.80
  • Ella’s Kitchen Mini Edition First Foods Book – worth £5.99

Shoppers can also nab a 60-pack of Boots folic acid + vitamin D tablets, which usually costs £3.80 at the beauty and pharmacy chain.

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Plus you may be able to get a £7.49 MAM-branded bottle and soother or a pack of Boots maternity breast pads, worth up to £5.49, as well as Ella’s Kitchen Mini Edition First Foods book worth £5.99.

One shopper in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group on Facebook nabbed three of the freebies this week, and the post proved popular by racking up more than 800 likes and 1,700 comments.

The current offers will be available for the next few months and will then be replaced for others.

If you signed up today and you’re pregnant or have a child up to two months old, you’d get the baby essentials kit and folic acid and vitamin D tablets for free, Boots told The Sun.

Or if your child is older than two months but not yet five years old, you’d get a Childs Farm gift set worth £10.99 for free.

To redeem the offers, simply bring the paper coupons you get with you to the till or show the offers on the app before you pay.

Keen to sign up to the Boots Parenting Club? You can do so on its website here.

The free Boots app is available to both iPhone and Android users.

Last month, Boots’ 70 per cent sale caused “chaos” as shoppers descended on shops hunting for bargains.

Meanwhile, research has revealed that Boots is 15 per cent more expensive than Asda for toiletries including medicines, moisturisers and hair removal.

Last year, a woman slammed “racist” Boots for putting security tags on hair products for black customers but not those aimed at white people.

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