Free Bonds gifts for new parents with Baby Cover rewards

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Any carer knows the mishaps that happen with baby clothes just as you're about to walk out the door.

Why do they do that?

Baby crawls on a cream fluffy rug wearing a pale pink Bonds onesie showing a brown stain on her rear in front of a blue wall with toys around her.
There is no avoiding a messy mishap when it comes to babies and clothes. That's when Bonds comes in. Photo: Supplied

Or maybe you're more familiar with the hours spent scrubbing mustard-like stains out of pale onesies, then realising it was their last pair of clean clothes.

Bonds have been dressing and caring for babies for more than 60 years and understand the high turnover of baby products for your growing little ones.


To help new parents out, they've launched a club called Baby Cover, designed to help in these times of crisis.

Yes, crisis.

In any stage of a new parent's first 12 months, they can sign up to Bonds Baby Cover for free and receive a free Bonds baby product, plus free shipping, VIP (Very Important Parent) access to new product collabs and members-only discounts throughout the year.

You will also get a birthday gift because Bonds are nice like that.

How does it work?

Just like your regular insurance company, you have 12 months to make a claim after your "incident" and receive a free Bonds baby product with your next online purchase.

Simply follow the link to sign up and follow the prompts to claim and receive your free goody, and wait for other discounted and limited-edition products to roll in.

The poo-licy, as Bonds likes to call it, is co-led by comedian and fellow first-time-mum, Anne Edmonds, who knows about the trials and tribulations of baby life all too well.

Posting on her Instagram, the new mum to baby Gwen shared a photo of her in bed wearing a loose grey t-shirt (parent uniform) saying: "Thanks for serving up a three-course breakfast G on barely any sleep."

Of course, baby Gwen looks refreshed and delighted with herself.

Parenting, am I right?

Bonds Marketing Manager, Megan Voss adds: "Dressing babies for over 60 years, Bonds is excited to be there for first-time parents in a completely new way, helping them navigate through the unexpected journey and joys of being parents."

Think poo-explosions, texta stains or perhaps even from your favourite lipstick.

We've all been there, and Bonds has you covered.

What kinds of free products can I expect?

If you already shop at Bonds, you know the exceptional quality, comfort and durability the cotton products provide.

And when it comes to dressing bub, you can expect the same service.

Bonds have a huge range of adorable and practical baby products, from long and short sleeve onesies with fun patterns and soft plain cotton, as well as warm fleecy trackies, jumpers, socks, singlets and more.

A brown haired baby in a pale green and white stripped onesie sits on a pale timber floor holding red lipstick and draws on a white wall.
Lipsticks, makeup, textas and paint are popular choices for babies when colouring the walls and themselves. Photo: Supplied

When you make a claim for your free product, you can expect cult classics like their leggings, socks, coveralls and their signature zip Wondersuits, which save precious time and energy via the handy one-zip from foot to chin, and soft, stretchy cotton to keep bub warm, ventilated and safe.

Bonds Baby Cover launches on Thursday, May 19, so make sure you or the new parent you know signs up to reap the rewards they deserve.

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