Walmart Baby Box Review

Did you know that you can get monthly boxes of actual products sent to your home for free?  I had never really heard of these, but so glad I stumbled upon them courtesy of a few too many snow days and hours spent trolling the internet.  I've joined quite a few sights claiming to offer free things, but have yet to receive much of anything besides a few pestering daily emails that inevitably must be deleted.  The Walmart Baby Box is different.  No emails.  No pestering.  Just actual stuff that showed up on my doorstep in no time at all.

Now because it is free, don't expect to get full sized products.  They are only samples, and I am fully aware of the fact that I have fallen victim to brilliant marketing attempts to get me to go to the store and buy more.  But you know what?  For a first time mom, samples are exactly what I need.  I'm just starting out.  I know nothing of which products my babies will want or need or what I even need to keep on my radar.  I fully appreciate the opportunity to try various items before I commit to purchasing a regular size amount.  In addition, there are lots of coupons included for every sample found in the box, so if you decide you like something, you have a coupon ready to go.  Boom.

When you sign up to receive boxes, you sign up based on your babies age or your gestation period.  I'm 15 weeks now, so I am starting with the 2nd trimester box.  

What's inside?
Some products I will need to save until later when baby comes, while some I can use right away.  This particular box included:

  • Desatin Rapid Relief
  • Newborn Pampers Swaddler and sensative wipes in cute floral carrying case
  • Lansinoh disposable nursing pads
  • Lansinoh breastmilk storage bags
  • All dryersheets for sensative skin
  • Summer's Eve cleansing wash and wipes
  • Aquaphor Advanced Therapy skin protectant
Of course, coupons for all of these products, plus more are included as well.  There was also a "Nursery by Walmart" catalog.  It's strange, but I must say the products look much more appealing and less overwhelming in a catalog than when searching online, so I appreciated that.

Interested in getting your own boxes?  Click here to sign up.  

*Boxes are FREE, but you do have to pay a $5 shipping fee.  

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