The last thing you might expect while expecting is free stuff, but there are tons of pregnancy freebies for you to take advantage of, Mama! In the spirit of becoming a mother with expert level couponing and ways to save, take a look at all the things you can get at no cost to you.
1. Breast Pump
Aeroflow Breastpumps Mamas already know this, but before you go out and spend hundreds of dollars, did you know you may be able to receive a free double electric breast pump through insurance? The process is quick and easy through Aeroflow Breastpumps, simply follow the following steps:
- Fill out an easy Qualify Through Insurance form online.
- An Aeroflow Breastpump Specialist will contact you to discuss your options.
- Aeroflow Breastpumps submits all of the necessary paperwork to your doctor and insurance to make sure your breast pump is sent directly to your door.
A Breastpump Specialist will work with you to find the best option to fit your individual needs and insurance coverage. Choose from high-quality breast pumps from Medela, Motif, Spectra, Lansinoh, and more.
2. Baby Registry Bundles
Next up on our list of totally free baby stuff includes welcome bundles. Stores like Target, and Amazon welcome new moms with open arms. Simple create your baby registry online with the participating store of your choice, confirm via email, and pick up your gift bag in store (Amazon will ship your bundle for free). Aeroflow also makes it easy for our Mamas to sign up for their own Amazon baby registry, look for the link after you fill out our Qualify Through Insurance form!
These bundles are loaded with tons of free baby and pregnancy samples for you to try. From pacifiers, shampoos, and more. Plus, they include a lot of great pregnancy coupons. This will help you discover your favorite brands before baby arrives.
ote: Amazon requires at least one purchase of over $10 to be made on your registry before shipping your bundle.
3. Prenatal Vitamins
Our list of free pregnancy stuff includes essential nutrients and minerals for you and baby! Prenatal vitamins are extremely important for healthy pregnancies and newborns, so check out Meijer Pharmacys’ prenatal vitamin program. They have been providing select prenatal vitamins to moms as a part of community outreach efforts since 2008!
4. Pregnancy and Newborn Apps
Where would baby freebies be without modern technology? There are tons of free apps for pregnant moms to use on their smartphones and tablets that assist with breast pumping, tracking your baby’s progress, connecting with other moms, and much more.
- Ovia helps new moms and families track their most precious moments from fertility, pregnancy stages, and your baby’s development. Connect with other moms and families for advice in a safe community and celebrate achievements with friends!
- Use the pumpspotting app to instantly spot a place to breast pump. The app lists great, clean and private places to pump nearby, with reviews listed by moms. You can also connect with moms for how-to’s and personal stories from first-timers and experienced mamas.
- Breast pump manufacturers such as Medela and Lansinoh offer apps to help you hook your smart pump to your phone, keep track of pumping schedules and output, and much more!
5. Preventative Testing
You and baby need to stay ahead of your health by catching any issues before they become a problem. That’s why most insurance plans will cover preventive testing to check for diabetes, Rh incompatibility, and more. Simply contact your insurance provider to determine what is covered by your plan.
6. Free Nursing Tank Tops
For this pregnancy freebie, you’ll have to get a little crafty. Don’t worry, even the most anti-DIY mamas can pull off turning old tank tops into awesome nursing ones. Use the easy-to-follow instructions to combine simplicity with functionality in just a few minutes.
7. Maternity Compression
Maternity compression garments provide support and relief for pregnant and postpartum Mamas. Best of all, your insurance might cover them. Maternity support bands help relieve the pressure that causes pregnancy-related pain or discomfort. Compression socks help minimize the risk of varicose veins and help prevent swelling. Postpartum recovery garments stabilize the abdomen with supportive panels.
8. Lactation Support Directory
Each mother and baby are different. Heck, even each breast is unique, which is why every breastfeeding journey isn’t the same. Sometimes mom needs a few tips on how to help their infant latch or how to make the entire process go a bit more smoothly. Use the Aeroflow Breastpumps Lactation Support Directory to connect with professional lactation educators, consultants, registered nurses and more. This free tool even includes support groups if you need a little advice from moms who have been in a similar situation before.
Most insurance companies will cover maternity compression garments to help ease the pain associated with pregnancy and help postpartum recovery. Maternity support belts shift baby's weight off the abdomen, hips and lower back to help relieve pregnancy-related pain. Postpartum recovery garments (aka postpartum girdles) stabilize the abdomen and support the hips and lower back. Compression socks can be worn during pregnancy and postpartum. They help prevent swelling and promote blood circulation. See if your insurance will cover compression garments.
Please note: All offers are subject to change at anytime.