DealDash Kids: Baby Clothes on a Budget


Babies can be expensive. Thankfully, DealDash is here to tell you how you can reduce your spending on baby clothes.

Whether this is your first child or not you may be looking for ways to save money on things like clothes for your baby.  One of the ways that you can save money is by purchasing used baby clothes. Here are some helpful tips that will make it a lot easier for purchasing baby clothes that have been used before. Read on for more information from DealDash.

Ask for Hand-Me-Downs

If you have friends or family with kids they will most likely offer you their old baby clothes as hand-me-downs. If you don’t have any immediate family or close friends that have offered hand-me-downs you can always spread the word on your social media that you are looking for hand-me-downs. This is a great way that you can get used baby clothing.

Buy Them Online

One of the most common ways that you can buy used baby clothes is on the Internet. You can get them from many different sites, including online yard sales. You’ll find that either way most sets of baby clothes will not have tags on them and will be grouped in similar sizes and for one gender or the other.  This makes it easy for you to find what types of clothes that you’re looking for for your baby.

You need to pay attention to things like shipping and whether or not you have to meet someone to pick up the clothes that you would get on a classified ad site for example.  That way you know you’ll be able to get the very best deal on the use clothes that you’re looking to purchase.

Look on Used Clothing Sites

Another option for buying used baby clothes is looking for websites that sell used clothing.  There are many stores online that specialize in selling used baby clothes so they are easy to find and take advantage of all the great prices that they have to offer.  Here you may find lots of baby clothes and you may also find clothes that are available for sale individually. Again you’ll want to pay attention to things that shipping so you know you’re getting the very best deal on the baby clothes that you’re looking for for your child.

Your Local Thrift Store

Depending on the size of your town or city, you may have a lot of options for thrift stores. When you think of a thrift store your mind might immediately think of a big national company. However, if you check online you can probably find many smaller thrift stores close to you. One of the benefits of getting used baby clothing at a local store is no shipping, of course. Another big benefit of going to a smaller, locally owned store is that the prices tend to be cheaper.

You’ll find there are good and bad points to all options for buying baby clothes that have been used before.  You just have to figure out which option works best for you and then look for the very best deal that you can get.

Thanks for Reading

Shopping for used the baby clothes is a great way to save money on the things that you need for your newborn child.  By saving money this way you’ll be able to have more money to apply to other things that your child will need.

Speaking of those other things that your child will need, DealDash has them for you. DealDash has baby cribs, baby strollers, travel systems, and more.

Thanks so much for reading this DealDash article on budget baby clothing. Don’t forget to check back every day for new articles here. Also read our sister blog, DealDash Tips. We love to hear from our readers, just leave a comment down below.

Do you need new baby items? Go check DealDash for cribs and strollers. DealDash has all of the things that you need for your baby’s room. Visit DealDash now to see how much you can save. Have a great time on DealDash and happy bidding everyone! 


This sponsored DealDash blog article was written by Dawn E, a mother of 3 who loves DealDash. Dawn was compensated for writing this article. This blog is written by real DealDash customers. The opinions and advice shared here represent our customers’ views and not those of the company. Read even more on, or on her own blog, DawnBlogtopus.