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Where can I buy strollers via cash back websites + General Tips

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Where can I buy strollers via cash back websites + General Tips

Where can I buy strollers that will allow be to collect cash back via your regular popular cash back websites?

I looked up the standard ToysRus, bestbuy (appliances only) on GCR....

There is Amazon ofcourse, but they don't have the ones we are interested in?

Also, I'd be generally curious where RFD members buy their baby/toddler items and how they make the most of rebates/deals/offers/tricks/tips, etc....

Excited to be frequenting this part of the forum in the coming months!
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Aug 22, 2011
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Try ebates.
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Apr 10, 2011
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Depends on what stroller you want. I would personally recommend the Uppababy Vista or Cruz. All my friends with cheaper strollers regret not investing in an Uppababy. It also converts into a double-stroller if you're planning on having a second.

Try looking at this list for ebates: https://www.ebates.ca/stores/baby-kids-toys

The stroller and carseat(s) were the only thing I splurged on. Everything else I got at my baby shower, Value Village/Salvation Army and Facebook buy/sell/trade groups.
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Sep 20, 2012
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Another vote for splurging on a good stroller (I also have Uppababy Vista and love it) and getting the rest second hand. I love the Once Upon A Child chain of stores...
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I just bought a City Select Lux stroller. I bought it from Strolleria in the usa. We saved probably $250 after exchange and taxes. You won't get nearly that much back from ebates or any other cash back site. Don't limit your searches based on getting cash back
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Sep 19, 2007
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Just curious...did you ask or look into warranty. I was planning on purchasing in the US too but I’ve been reading that it will not be covered by Canadian warranty??
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PlayerzInc wrote: Just curious...did you ask or look into warranty. I was planning on purchasing in the US too but I’ve been reading that it will not be covered by Canadian warranty??
I know Uppababy will not cover anything if you purchased in a different country.

From their website:

"The warranty is valid only in the original country of purchase. This warranty is subject to the conditions set forth by country in which the items were purchased. Conditions may vary. UPPAbaby will not ship replacement or repair parts out of the country of purchase."
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Nov 24, 2017
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bajanjamie1 wrote: Another vote for splurging on a good stroller (I also have Uppababy Vista and love it) and getting the rest second hand. I love the Once Upon A Child chain of stores...
Really? I'll be contrarian and add a vote for a cheaper stroller. There's no reason one needs to spend four figures+ on overpriced strollers. I have a cheap Graco modes ($400 with car seat) that works well and has gotten me through two Toronto winters (so far) . I don't have a car either, everywhere our kid goes is via this stroller, so it's got a lot of mileage. Works great.

It's interesting that strollers attract so much focus for new parents. There's a list of about 100 things a baby needs. The stroller is just one of them, and far from the most important.

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