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    Quote Originally Posted by hakuna matata View Post
    Anyone know if you can buy a yum box cheaper than $39.95? Or free shipping? I hate paying shipping lol
    It's virtually impossible. When they sell out there's often a wait list...

    Can you search for a local stockist close to you? So you can just buy one in store? Often boutique baby/kids shops sell them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    It's virtually impossible. When they sell out there's often a wait list...

    Can you search for a local stockist close to you? So you can just buy one in store? Often boutique baby/kids shops sell them.
    I tried searching stockists which said 'go to this website'. Went to said website and could not find where to look lol.

    I know where they are in Brisbane!

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    I tried searching for a local stockist. That website is painful to navigate! It seems as though we don't have one anyway. I'm just being tight really lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by hakuna matata View Post
    I tried searching for a local stockist. That website is painful to navigate! It seems as though we don't have one anyway. I'm just being tight really lol
    https://www.hugsforkids.com.au looks to be an actual store in Vic that carries them. Postage may be cheaper. You can always ask if they have what you want in stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    https://www.hugsforkids.com.au looks to be an actual store in Vic that carries them. Postage may be cheaper. You can always ask if they have what you want in stock.
    Thank you. I appreciate the effort you've gone to

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    I found a code for 15% off, so got $6 off. $10 postage but only feels like $4 lol


 

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