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Mothercare logoProduct recall: Mothercare baby bouncerCheck for affected code and return to store for full refund

Fri 4 Aug

Mothercare 'Loved So Much' baby bouncerMothercare has issued a safety warning and launched a product recall after its 'Loved So Much' bouncer was found to pose a risk of injury to babies if put together incorrectly.

In the event of improper assembly, Mothercare says there's a danger the fabric seat could become detached from the frame, and it's possible a child could fall through it.

Only bouncers with a batch date of Dec 2015 onwards and a barcode ending 843611-3 are affected by this issue (see image for where this information can be found). If you have one of these bouncers, Mothercare suggests you stop using it and return it to a store (find your nearest).

How do I get a refund?

Mothercare is offering a full refund to customers who return one of the affected bouncers to a store - you shouldn't need a receipt or proof of purchase as it's Mothercare's own product. If you have any queries, you can email Mothercare via

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Mothercare logo20% off toys at MothercareFor your child's birthday, from birth to age six


If you sign up to the free Mothercare 'MyMothercare' loyalty card, on your child's birthday you can get 20% off toys as long as your child is aged six or under (see full T&Cs).

You can add the birth dates of up to four children, who should all receive an offer for their birthday. 

What else does the loyalty card get me?

Your card will also get you 20% off maternity clothing as well as £10 off if you spend £100+, or £5 off when you spend £50 or more on clothing, footwear or toys.

Mothercare logoMothercare outletDiscounts on baby clothing, toys & maternity wear


At the Mothercare outlet, there are big discounts on clothing for babies and children up to the age of eight, as well as maternity wear for mums-to-be. You can get discounts on high-chairs, prams, cots and toys too.

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Mothercare logoMothercare up to 75% off sale*Incl toys, clothes etc, eg, 3 babies' all-in-one (norm 12)


MoneySavers have been going gaga over the discounts in this Mothercare* sale, both online and in stores (find your nearest*), including £3 baby clothes and toys with more than 75% off. 

The sale's billed as up to 75% off kids' clothing, up to 70% off toys (though we spotted bigger discounts) and up to 50% off bedding, car seats, pushchairs, maternity clothing and more.

It started online and in stores on Christmas Eve at up to 50% off, and Mothercare told us it's due to end online and in stores on Wed 17 Jan. However, stock's limited - clothing is almost sold out online - so go quick if there's something in particular you want.

Strong discounts we found on Wed 10 Jan include:

If you're expecting a baby or you've already got a little bundle of joy, check out 58 MoneySaving tips in our Baby Checklist, including baby freebies, refurbished prams, free dental treatments for new mums and maternity pay rights.

Mothercare logoMothercare 3for2 on ELC toys*Cheapest item free. In stores & online


If you go online to Mothercare* or into a store (find your nearest*), there's a 3for2 offer on all Early Learning Centre toys until 11.59pm or store closing time on Wed 4 Oct. Delivery's £3.95 on orders under £50, or you can click and collect from a store for free.

It's cheapest item free and the offer only applies to toys that are branded Early Learning Centre (ELC). No other toy brands are included in the deal.

When we looked on Tue 19 Sep, there were more 650+ toys included* in the offer.

Mothercare logoMothercare Black Friday dealsUp to 60% off toys, car seats, furniture and clothes


Baby and kids’ retailer Mothercare has launched its Black Friday sale, offering up to 60% off toys, 50% off car seats, and 30% off furniture and clothing until Mon 28 Nov.

While its sale is wide ranging, some products can be found cheaper elsewhere - including most Frozen merchandise, so it’s important to do your own price comparisons before you buy. Here are a few strong deals we found on Tue 22 Nov:

For the rest of our Black Friday deals and analysis, see our Black Friday 2016 Deals page.

Important: Don’t allow yourself to be taken in by the hype around Black Friday and be sucked into buying something you don’t need or can’t afford. And always do your own price comparisons to ensure you are getting the best deal possible – don’t just take a retailer’s word for it.

Mothercare logoMothercare 'January sale'Up to 50% off, in stores and online


Website: Mothercare
Find your nearest: store locator
Start date (online): Thu 24 Dec
Start date (in stores): Thu 24 Dec
Sale amount: Up to 50% off in stores and online.
Likely to boost? Mothercare hasn't let us know yet whether the sale will be boosted.

Mothercare logoMothercare extra 20% off clothing saleOnline code for clearance clothing. Can be used with other offers

Enter the code CL20 online at Mothercare* by Mon 10 Jun. Delivery's 2.95 or you can collect in-store for free. The code is only valid on clearance clothing. It can be used with other offers, such as Mothercare's buy one get one half price promotion.
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