Score up to $2K in Baby Gear From Your Baby Registry Through This Contest

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You’re having a baby? Congrats! Now, time to get shopping.

Welcoming a tiny human into the world can set new parents back tens of thousands of dollars in the first year alone.

Expectant parents can use all the help they can get. That’s the main reason to create a baby registry — in hopes that family and friends will come to the rescue with gifts the baby will need or enjoy.

But one set of parents-to-be won’t have to rely on the benevolence of their loved ones to check items off their baby wish list. Nanobébé, a company that sells uniquely shaped bottles for breastfed babies, launched a giveaway this month where it’ll purchase everything from the winning expectant parents’ baby registry, up to $2,000.

The company is running the contest on social media. Parents-to-be need only follow a few simple rules to enter.

  1. “Like” the post announcing the contest on Facebook or Instagram — or both platforms for an increased chance to win.
  2. Add a Nanobébé product to your baby registry at Target, BuyBuyBaby or Amazon.
  3. Share a screenshot of the Nanobébé item on your registry to your Facebook and Instagram accounts using the hashtags #nanobebe and #YouCompleteMe in the captions. Tag nanobébé on Facebook and @nanobebe_world on Instagram.

To be eligible to win the contest, those who enter must be at least 18 years old and live in the United States. The giveaway ends Nov. 15, 2018 at 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time. The winner will be notified via social media.

In addition to getting $2,000 worth of baby registry items, the winning family will be awarded extra baby gear from Nanobébé. A company representative told The Penny Hoarder the winner will receive a prize pack with one of each product Nanobébé sells, plus a three-month supply of breast milk storage bags.

Nicole Dow is a senior writer at The Penny Hoarder.

 

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