Chemist Warehouse's free baby bundle flies off shelves: 'So much stuff'

Parents are snapping up the discount pharmacy's baby boxes.

Mums on TikTok are going crazy for the latest deal from Chemist Warehouse: a huge box of baby products, totally free. That's right, the store's ever popular Bundle of Joy box is back for the second time this year, with parents scrambling to get their hands on the free bundle valued at up $250.

Chemist Warehouse Bundle of Joy free baby goods box
Chemist Warehouse's wildly popular baby boxes are back. Photo: YouTube, TikTok

How to get one

Getting a Bundle of Joy box is super simple: just spend $69 on participating baby and kids products (excluding baby formula) in-store at Chemist Warehouse, while stocks last.

Each box contains 49 products from some of the most sought-after baby brands, including Johnson & Johnson, Nuby, Dermaveen, B.Box, Jack N' Jill, Palmolive, QV Baby, Eco Store, Baby Love, Phillips, Mustella and more.


While the boxes are released several times each year, experienced shoppers are saying this latest release is the best one yet, with a massive range of brands and products inside. "PSA to all the mummas," one shopper wrote on Facebook. "It's time to stock up on all your baby needs!"

"I just got one, and honestly, I was sooooo shocked at how much was in there," one excited mum said.

"It’s a great box!" agreed another. "So much stuff. I got one today and it's probably one of the biggest and best ones I've received!"

Chemist Warehouse Bundle of Joy free baby goods box
Some Chemist Warehouse shoppers are saying this is the best Bundle of Joy box yet. Photo: YouTube

"This one was better than last year's," confirmed another happy mum, boasting to her 160,000 TikTok followers about only buying things she already "needed anyway" to score her free box.

The highly sought-after boxes really are a great way for new mums to test out baby products from a range of brands, but it seems they are only available in very limited numbers too, with customers saying they're selling out everywhere. Stocks are limited, so you might need to hunt around to find one.

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