You have up to one year after your shower to return or exchange items from your registry.Dana Sitar (@danasitar) is a Staff Writer at The Penny Hoarder.
There are a few different places you might be considering. Now you're wondering this: Where should I open my baby registry?They probably include the obvious ones: Babies "R" Us, Buy Buy Baby and Target.When I was pregnant, I spent so much time looking at the different registry programs to find one I liked.I didn't want to jump straight to Babies "R" Us like some people suggested I do.Since I took so much time figuring it out, I thought that I might as well summarize my research for everyone else's benefit!
Today I'll tell you about the 5 main baby registry programs, and which one I recommend you use! Not only did they have the widest selection, but being a member of Amazon Mom, I got a 15% completion discount.
I'd personally recommend Amazon for your registry, but some of the other options are good, too.
When you’ve got a baby on the way, your to-buy list gets long pretty quick. I’m not expecting, but I decided to test-drive the registry.
You’ll need a crib, a stroller, a car seat, plenty of diapers… We don’t want to recommend anything we can’t vouch for, so I wanted to see for myself what really comes with the free gift — I was impressed!
You’ll also be able to manage your registry on the go with the Target Registry smartphone app.
Manually add items, or browse in the store and scan items to add to your registry.