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Best Black Friday car seat deals: save up to 47% now

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CHILD car seats are one of the many expensive but essential things you have to buy as a parent. However, if you’re looking to buy your first baby seat before your baby’s birth, or to replace an existing baby seat for one designed for a toddler, Black Friday could present an opportunity to save yourself some cash.

A large number of retailers have already reduced the prices of top rated car seats, meaning that you’ll be able to grab a discount while ensuring you’ve found a model that will keep your child safe and sound.

We’ve rounded up some of the best Black Friday car seat deals on offer below.

  • Shop car seat deals at Amazon – here
  • Shop car seat deals at John Lewis – here
  • Shop car seat deals at Boots – here

Best Black Friday Car Seat deals

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Our top picks from the sales:

  • Silver Cross Balance i-Size Car Seat Group 1/2/3, £163.99 (saving 61.01) at Amazon – buy here
  • Britax Romer Advansafix M i-Size Group 1/2/3, £89.99 (saving £35.01) at Amazon – buy here
  • Cosatto All in All Rotate Group 0+/1/2/3 Car Seat, £139.95 (saving £110) at Uber Kids – buy here

Amazon – up to 47% off

Amazon has a wide range of products on offer this Black Friday, from 99p Audible subscriptions and dashcams, to car DVD players and car seats, the retail giant will pretty much have a discount on everything you’d ever need for a car journey. Here are the car seat deals that caught our eye.

  • Britax Romer Advansafix M i-Size Group 1/2/3, £89.99 (saving £35.01) – buy here
  • Silver Cross Balance i-Size Car Seat Group 1/2/3, £163.99 (saving 61.01) – buy here
  • Britax Romer Evolva Group 1/2/3, £76.49 (saving £68.51) – buy here
  • Maxi-Cosi Titan Group 1/2/3 ISOFIX Car Seat, £129 (saving £70) – buy here
  • Graco Junior Maxi Lightweight Booster Seat Group 2/3, £29.95 (saving £5.05) – buy here

John Lewis – up to 35% off

John Lewis is offering up to 35% off its own brand car seats, and up to 10% off popular brands like Joie.

  • John Lewis Swivel Group, 0+/1 Isofix car seat, £140 (saving 30%) – buy here
  • Maxi-Cosi CabrioFix Group 0+ Baby Car Seat, 83.99 (saving 20%) – buy here
  • Joie Baby Trillo Group 2/3 High Back Booster Car Seat, £44.99 (saving 10%) – buy here
  • John Lewis Group 0+/1 Belted Car Seat, £65 (saving 35%) – buy here
  • Joie Baby Spin 360 Group 0+/1 Car Seat, £179.10 (saving 10%) – buy here

Boots – up to 27% off

You can save up to 27% on car seats at Boots, plus there’s also 33% off car fragrance kits.

  • Mothercare Madrid Combination Car Seat, £75 (saving £25) – buy here
  • Maxi-Cosi Pearl Pro2, £191.20 (save £47.80) – buy here
  • Silver Cross Balance i-Size Car Seat, £200 (save £25) – buy here

Halfords – 30% off

Most of Halford’s car seat deals are price matched elsewhere, however, you do get a £10 voucher when you spend £50 or more.

  • Joie Elevate 1/2/3 Cherry Car Seat, £59.99 (saving £15) – buy here
  • Joie i-Venture Group 0+1 Baby Car Seat, £170 (saving £90) – buy here

Uber Kids – up to 45% off

  • Britax Romer KIDFIX III S Group 2/3 Car Seat, £129.99 (saving £60) – buy here
  • Cosatto All in All Rotate Group 0+/1/2/3 Car Seat, £139.95 (saving £110) – buy here
  • Cybex Sirona M2 i-size Car Seat, £153.99 (saving £65.95) – buy here
  • Recaro Mako Elite i-Size Car Seat, £128.99 (saving £60) – buy here

Mamas and Papas – up to 25% off

  • Maxi-Cosi Mica I-Size Car Seat, £239.20 (saving £59.80) – buy here
  • Cybex Solution B2 Fix Car Seat, £99.95 (saving £40) – buy here
  • Joie Trillo Car Seat Stage 2/3, £45 (saving £15) – buy here
  • Bugaboo Turtle Air Car Seat, £171 (saving £19) – buy here

When is Black Friday 2021?

Black Friday is closely linked with Thanksgiving, a holiday celebrated in various countries across the world, but perhaps most directly associated with the US. It falls the day after “Turkey Day”, which means that this year it will be on Friday, November 26.

However, plenty of stores will start slashing prices from the start of November.

When is Cyber Monday?

Cyber Monday is an online-only shopping event that takes place on the Monday following Thanksgiving — this year, that’s November 29. The fact that it’s online-only means it’s not quite as well known as Black Friday.

However, the sales themselves are often even more impressive, if less certain — many of the most popular products available will be sold out by the time Cyber Monday rolls around.

Do child car seats go on sale for Black Friday?

Absolutely. Judging by past years, we’re expecting a number of retailers to discount car seats designed for children of all ages and sizes.

Amazon — one of the prime (get it) reasons for Black Friday’s modern popularity in the UK — will likely be responsible for some of the best offers, but don’t be surprised to see more traditional child-oriented retailers like Uberkids or Mamas and Papas offering discounts, too.

What car seat Black Friday deals were available last year?

Amazon

In 2020 Amazon discounted child car seats by more than a third, which translated to savings of more than £100 on some models from trusted brands including Maxi-Cosi, Britax Römer, Cosatto and Graco.

If last year’s offers were anything to go by, we’d predict there will be a range of sizes available: the selection of last year’s offers below includes models suitable for children from newborn all the way up to age 12.

  • Maxi-Cosi Axiss Swivelling Toddler Car Seat, (9 months – 4 years, 9-18kg), £123.95 – buy here
  • Maxi-Cosi Beryl Isofix Car Seat with G-Cell Technology (0-7 years, up to 25kg), £223.30 – buy here
  • Britax Römer Kidfix 2 S Isofix (Group 2-3, 15-36kg), £129.99 – buy here
  • Cosatto Ninja Child Car Seat, (4-12 years, 15-36kg), £44.95 – buy here
  • Graco SnugEssentials i-Size Infant Car Seat (0-12 months, 40-75cm), £67.99 – buy here

Uberkids

Britax Romer DUALFIX M i-Size Car Seat

As a retailer of equipment for babies and toddlers, it’s no surprise that Uberkids had some great car seat Black Friday deals last year. Many of these centred around Britax Römer, a very well-respected and trusted manufacturer of pushchairs and other children’s equipment, as well as award-winning brand Cybex.

  • Britax Römer Dualfix M i-Size, £275 – buy here
  • Britax Römer Dualfix 2 R Group 0+/1 Car Seat, £199 – buy here
  • Britax Römer Evolva 123 PLUS Group 1/2/3 Car Seat, £89.99 – buy here
  • Cybex Sirona Z i-Size Car Seat with Sensorsafe, £209.95 – buy here
  • Cybex Solution B-Fix Group 2/3 Car Seat, £54.99 – buy here

Mamas and Papas

Mamas and Papas is a well-loved store that most parents across the UK will be familiar with — after all, it’s been selling pushchairs, cribs, toys and other newborn-focused products since the early eighties.

It’s no stranger to a smashing sale, either, and last year saw up to £50 off models from Joie and Maxi-Cosi. And if you’re in a real hurry, fear not: Mamas and Papas is currently holding its “Big Little Event”, which includes 20% off selected car seats.

  • Maxi-Cosi Kore Pro i-Size, £175.20 – buy here
  • Maxi Cosi Rock i-Size, £135.2o – buy here
  • Maxi-Cosi Coral Car Seat, £191.20 – buy here
  • Joie Every Stage 4 in 1 Baby to Child Car and Booster Seat, £150 – buy here

John Lewis

Maxi-Cosi Pearl Pro2 i-Size Car Seat, Authentic Black

John Lewis might not be the first retailer that pops into your mind when you think of car seat Black Friday deals, but the department store stocks a host of household names including Joie, Cybex and Maxi-Cosi, and even makes car seats bearing its own name (which we’d expect to see bearing the biggest discounts come November). The “never knowingly undersold” mantra can be extremely reassuring, as can the legendary customer service if something goes wrong or needs replacing.

Last year, we saw John Lewis take the same approach to a number of other retailers and discount a range of Maxi-Cosi car seats by 20% — which saw parents save more than £60 on some models.

  • Maxi-Cosi Jade i-Size Carrycot Car Seat, £183.20 – buy here
  • Maxi-Cosi Beryl Group 0+/1/2 Car Seat, £254.99 – buy here
  • Maxi-Cosi Pearl Pro2 i-Size, £191.20 – buy here
  • Maxi-Cosi AxissFix i-Size, £239.20 – buy here

Which retailers will have the best car Black Friday deals in 2021?

As you can see from our round-up above, there is a variety of online destinations you can head to if you’re looking for a deal on a child car seat come Black Friday.

However, if you’ve only got the time to visit one place, we’d recommend going to Amazon. Last year saw some huge discounts — more than a third, compared to around 20% at other retailers we found — and if you’re a Prime customer, delivery is often free and super quick.

If you’re more of a traditionalist, though, you might be more comfortable shopping somewhere like John Lewis or Mamas and Papas, both of which will likely discount a range of brands by 20%.

Is Black Friday a good time to buy car seats?

Yes, absolutely. You’ll likely find models discounted by at least 20% and potentially up to 30% or 40%. Discounts like that can lead to a lot of savings on something like a child seat — parents know better than anyone that they don’t come cheap. However, you’re also likely to find discounted car seats in the January sales, so if you miss out on Black Friday, don’t fear.

Which is the best car seat to buy?

We’ve created a guide to the best toddler car seats, and tested the Nuna MYTI, which is reportedly the car seat of choice for celebrities including Beyoncé and the Kardashians. At £275, it’s not exactly cheap, but it’s designed to last your little one from when they’re 15 months old to when they’re 12, saving you cash in the long run. It’s also super easy to install and our reviewers (a toddler and a 7-year old) found it extremely comfortable. We’d recommend it.

Should I wait until Black Friday to buy a child car seat?

While waiting until Black Friday will likely save you some money on a new car seat, your child shouldn’t be using a car seat that is broken or that they’ve outgrown. It’s a great time of year to pre-emptively buy your child’s next, bigger car seat, but if your little one needs a new seat pronto, then don’t wait.

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