Amazon Canada: Buy Britax B-Ready Stroller & Get 2nd Item Free

11 September 2012

I found a great deal on right now at Amazon Canada if you have a little one or are pregnant.  Buy a B-Ready Stroller and get a select car seat or second seat free.  They are calling this deal the Britax Free Ride Event.

Here is how this deal will work:

  • Add two eligible products to your Shopping Cart via the "Add to Cart" button
  • When you're finished click the "Proceed to checkout" button in the Shopping Cart
  • Your shopping cart must include both titles during the checkout process to qualify for this promotion

On the final checkout page, a promotion credit will appear in the upper right corner of your Order Summary during the checkout process.  It is that simple.  This event is limited to just 1 per customer even if you have multiple Amazon accounts.

As of right now, all of the strollers and the car seats are in stock but that could change before the end of the promotion.  This is a great way to get a free car seat which you will need for your little one.  The Britax B-Ready stroller is on the pricier side but it is a good quality stroller.  It gets a 4.5 star rating out of 5 and the customer reviews were very good.

Here is a customer review that I found helpful:

Let me start by saying that I researched many strollers including the City Select and UppaBaby. After months of research and deliberation, I chose to go with the B Ready. When it arrived in the mail the other day, I was overjoyed with my decision. This stroller rides so smooth. The multiple configurations are extremely easy to implement. I was conscious of how quickly I could pop on the carseat (which I also own) to the frame. The ease of use outweighs every stroller I have 'test driven'. It blows the City Select and UppaBaby out of the water!

As far as I could see, the only real negative for this stroller was that people with a smaller car found it a bit bulky to put into their trunk.

(Expiry: 18th September 2012)

TOPICS:   Gift Ideas   Free baby stuff

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