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Amazon drops prices on Britax car seats and strollers for Cyber Monday

Sure, we don’t consciously align bringing our children into this world with Cyber Monday deals on baby products. But hey, sometimes life has its way of offering us a treat. If you are conveniently in need of a new stroller, car seat, or the whole infant or child travel system (stroller and car seat combo) right now, you’re in luck because Amazon’s Cyber Monday deals include tons of discounts on Britax items.

While we typically think of Cyber Monday sales as focused on TVs, gaming consoles, and other splashy electronics, almost every major brand and retailer is now seizing the moment to push their products onto consumers with price cuts while their wallets are wide open. Britax is no different, offering discounts on dozens of items available at Amazon.

The absolute best deal of them all is the Britax B-Lively Travel System with B-Safe Ultra Infant Car Seat It is designed for newborn babies up to when they reach a weight of 55 pounds, so the stroller will work until your child is around 4 or 5 years old. Travel systems are always a smart purchase since every new parent with a vehicle is going to need a stroller and car seat anyway. Buying the combo set guarantees compatibility, meaning the car seat can easily lock into the stroller. It’s normally priced at $450, but you can get it now for $382 during Amazon’s Cyber Monday sale.

Below are a few other great Britax options on sale from car seats to strollers to travel systems.

Britax Cyber Monday Car Seat Deals

  • Britax Advocate ClickTight Anti-Rebound Bar Convertible Car Seat — 5 to 65 Pounds — $308 (orig. $385)
  • Britax Boulevard ClickTight Convertible Car Seat — 5 to 65 Pounds — $221 after coupon (orig. $325)
  • Britax Midpoint Belt-Positioning Booster Seat — 40 to 120 pounds — $102 (orig. $120)

Britax Cyber Monday Stroller Deals

  • Britax B-Lively Lightweight Stroller — Up to 55 pounds — $173 after coupon (orig. $240)
  • Britax B-Lively Double Stroller — Up to 100 pounds — $365 (orig. $430)

Britax Cyber Monday Travel System Deals

  • Britax B-Lively Travel System with B-Safe Ultra Infant Car Seat — Up to 55 pounds— $382 (orig. $450)
  • Britax B-Free Travel System with B-Safe Ultra Infant Car Seat — Birth to 65 pounds — $501 ($590)
  • Britax B-Free Travel System with B-Safe Endeavours Infant Car Seat — Birth to 65 Pounds — $527 ($620)
With Cyber Monday underway, this is your last chance to grab some of the best Cyber Monday deals out there. But hurry, these are sure to sell out fast!
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Go here for additional Britax deals. These aren’t the only Cyber Monday deals on baby products. Amazon and Walmart both dropped prices on tons of products for new parents.

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