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Where to buy cheap pushchairs

Today, this article will be looking at where you can buy a cheap or reasonably priced pushchair. Prams have come a long way in the last few years making it easy to include a baby in all types of activities with its mother. The three wheeler is especially handy if you want to take the little one on a jog with you. Let's see what the modern pushchair costs.

The online choice

There are many bargains to be had if you are looking for a pushchair online, and the style and choices are endless.
The first thing to decide on is the style of pram that you need if you are looking to accommodate one baby or toddler. You will only need a single buggy if, on the other hand, you have a toddler as well as a baby. It will be better to invest in one of the new tandem designs. These are a relatively new models where the toddler sits behind and underneath the baby and are much easier to manage than the old double buggy that you had to fight with. Kiddicare.com is a great online store that stocks all the famous names such as
Britax, McClaren, Cosatto, Maxi-cosi, Baby Bjorn, and Phil and ted. This store also stocks all types of babies cots as well as high chairs and cheap prams and buggies. Prices The prices range from just £69.99* right up to £700.00* for the top of the range pushchairs. There are clearance lines available where you can save up to 70% on selected items, so there are bargains and delivery is always free.

New prams

When choosing a new pushchair make sure that it will be suitable for the age and weight of the baby or toddler you are buying it for.
If your purchasing it for a new baby, you will usually be able to buy your pushchair with a separate seat that can be put onto the frame to replace the original carrycot when the baby is old enough to sit up.
It's best to buy these together when buying your pushchair as it will be cheaper to buy them as a set. Little woods also have a wide variety of pushchairs and all baby items with very competitive prices starting from just £25.00* to £900.00*, so you should be able to find a suitable bargain and you also have the choice to pay weekly which can be handy if your on a tight budget. All deliveries are free and you can find them at Littlewoods.co.uk. *All prices quoted are correct 22.08.11.

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