Big W Bub&Me sale: Bonds babywear at 40 per cent off

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Big W is treating youngsters — and their mums, dads and carers — to some serious savings on all things baby at their bi-annual Bub&Me sale.

Beginning in-store and online on July 30, shoppers can snag up to 40 per cent off baby essentials by Bonds, Tommee Tippee, VTech and many more brands until August 12.

At Big W's Bub&Me sale, Bonds babywear is 40 per cent off. Photo: Big W (supplied).
At Big W's Bub&Me sale, Bonds babywear is 40 per cent off. Photo: Big W (supplied).

Bonds favourites such as Balletsuits or Short Sleeve Wondersuits will drop to $13.77 (save $9) while Wondercool Zippys will be $13.98 less at $20.97.

Vtech’s Full Colour Video and Audio Baby Monitor will be on sale for $111.75 — a saving of $37.25 — and Tommee Tippee’s Essentials Starter Kit is half price at $125.

The Bub&Me sale also includes discounts on big-ticket items such as strollers — they’re slashing $100 off Baby Jogger’s ‘City Mini 3 W’ stroller which will come down to $399.

Save $100 off Baby Jogger's 'City Mini 3W' stroller. Photo: Big W (supplied).
Save $100 off Baby Jogger's 'City Mini 3W' stroller. Photo: Big W (supplied).

Keep your eyes peeled for Snugglepot and Cuddlepie as Big W has partnered with iconic Aussie author May Gibbs on an exclusive range of clothing and nursery decor.

Think rompers, skirts and PJs, as well as wall art and photo frames, all decked out in the loveable bush characters.

To kick off the sale, the retailer is hosting a free education session for new parents in collaboration with Red Nose Australia on Facebook Live. Led by mum-to-be Emma Freedman and expert midwife Loretta Musgrave, the 30-minute event will begin at 1.30 pm on July 30 on BIG W’s Facebook page — viewers are encouraged to register and submit their Q&A questions here.

Look out for the new May Gibbs babywear and decor range. Photo: Big W (supplied).
Look out for the new May Gibbs babywear and decor range. Photo: Big W (supplied).

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