Many of the big UK retailers run baby and toddler events, with the big three supermarkets often vying for your custom to help boost sales, and also save yourself a good amount of money in the process. We have created this page to help point you in the direction of the biggest and best Baby and Toddler Events in 2019. Although, it is our aim for the community to get involved and also advise our readers when other baby and toddler events will be taking place.

    Update: Upcoming Baby Events.

  • Tesco’s is on Now
  • Aldi – Started Today 10th
  • Morrisons – Monday 14th
  • Boots – Wednesday 16th
  • Sainsbury’s – Wednesday 16th
  • Lidl – Thursday 17th
  • Asda – Online 17th.
  • Mothercare – 7th Feb

There are usually baby and toddler events every month of the year, and March 2019 is no exception, as the UK retailers aim to either bring you in to their stores, or their websites.

Below you will find details on several retailers, and the dates they usually hold these events focussed on young children. When there is a new event on we will update each section, and also include all the latest baby and toddler events in the comments section.

Asda – Firstly there is the Asda Baby and Toddler Event, which tends to happen several times a year, and we know that the retailer always holds one of these sales in January. The end of March is usually another month that Asda holds one of these events, and also in the build up to Christmas. Deals for the Asda Baby and Toddler Event will always be HERE.

Update: The Asda Early Bird Baby Event has now Gone LIVE Online.

Argos – While Argos does not hold a specific event for babies and toddlers, they do hold several toy events each year. One of them is their 3 for 2 Toy Event, along with their Big Red promotion, which tends to happen several times a year. Argos always holds a baby event in January, and we also know that in the month of August last year Argos had up to 50% off many child focused items including prams, car seats and toys, and so we suspect the same will happen in 2019 as well. There is always an Argos Half Price Baby Event during the month of November and December to take advantage of Black Friday, and the start of the Holiday shopping season. When the Argos Baby events are live, the can be found HERE.

Boots – As for the Boots baby events for 2019, it looks as though this could happen towards the end of January, and run until very early March. The next ones are more than likely going to run from mid-August until September, and once again from mid-October until early November. However, we know that while there will be no specific Black Friday Boots baby event, we know that there are reductions across most categories in-store and online during this period. If you would like to grab yourself a bargain, then please visit the Boots Baby event HERE.

Mothercare – always holds an event during the month of January, as this is always a good way to kick start the year, and so you will tend to find up to 70% off clothing, selected pushchairs, car seats, nursery furniture feeding items and much more. Having said that, February is usually the month this retailer holds the exclusive Expectant Parent Event, and normally ends at the beginning of March. Mothercare usually holds a few Baby & Me Club Expectant Parent events throughout the year, although you have to make certain you sign up to these way in advance, as spaces in-store are limited. The Mothercare Big Baby Event can always be found HERE.

Aldi – holds several baby and toddler events throughout 2019, with there always being one held in January. However, we also know that another is very likely in the summer, and also as we see the end of the year out. Whenever there is one of the Aldi Special Buys running they will be seen on this page.

Update: The Next Aldi baby Event will be Online on Sunday January 6th 2019, with the event starting in-store on January 10th, 2019.

These are just some of the most popular baby events running in 2019, but if you would like to add any more that you know of happing in March, then please do so in the comments section below.