Many moms-to-be already have an Amazon account, so creating an Amazon Baby Registry can seem like a natural choice. With Amazon, you have access to almost all of the brands and products you love in one convenient place.
Having a registry allows you to keep your baby gear shopping list in one place. This lets your friends and family know exactly what you want and can help you save on the overwhelming cost for your baby.
The benefits of an Amazon baby registry:
- Completion discount: When you register with Amazon, you’ll get something called a “completion discount.” This gives you 10 percent off a one-time purchase of products from your registry. You’ll get the email 60 days before your due date and you have up to 60 days after your due date to take advantage of it. That means you can save the big-ticket items — like the crib or stroller — until about eight weeks before you’re due.
- Free 365-day returns: If you don’t like one of your gifts, you can return it up to 365 days after the date of your shipment. Keep in mind that you can return baby products purchased by you within 90 days.
- Universal registry: If something you want isn’t actually on Amazon, that’s just fine. Amazon offers a Universal Registry button that allows you to add items from other sites, too. You install the button on your browser and use it when you like a product on another site. The item goes straight onto your registry.
- Diaper discount: Customers who receive/purchase $500 or more will get a 20 percent discount on diapers through the baby’s first year.
How to create an Amazon Baby Registry
Once you get to the main Amazon Baby Registry page, click the “Create a new Baby Registry” button. Amazon will prompt you to put in your name, address, expected due date, and shipping address. That’s all you need to do to create a basic registry. If you want to personalize your registry, there’s a section for optional information. You can include the gender of your baby, let Amazon know if this is your first child. You can also write a cute message to family and friends who check out your list. Amazon includes a helpful sample note where parents-to-be can tell gift-givers the color of the nursery or they prefer compact items because their apartment small.
Once you have the registry ready to go, it’s time to add products. You can add them from the individual product pages or look at Amazon’s Registry Checklist, which shows you popular products without ever having to leave the registry page.
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