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    Default Cheapest place to buy wrap me up swaddles??

    Where is the cheapest place to buy wrap me up /love to dream swaddles? I want to buy 2-3 newborn pink ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mordygordy View Post
    Where is the cheapest place to buy wrap me up /love to dream swaddles? I want to buy 2-3 newborn pink ones.

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    Same, been looking every where

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    Over the period of a month I bought four second hand off gum tree for $10-15. Three were practically unused as the babies didn't take to them and the other was still in spanking good condition.

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    The cheapest I have seen is on eBay for $34 every where else is around the $40 mark.

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    Google til you find the cheapest online price, then find a local baby store that price matches. You'll get them at the cheap price, but without the additional postage.


 

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