Here’s How to Get a Brand-New Nursing Pillow for Half the Price of a Boppy

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I’m not a mom, so I don’t know too much about babies.

One thing I do know from being around my friends’ babies? They eat.

All the time.

And when they’re hungry, my friends always reach for their nursing pillows.

If you have a newborn — or are expecting a new addition — you might want one, too.

Well, I just found out about a way to get a free nursing pillow. All you have to do is pay shipping and handling.

Keep reading to learn more…

How to Get Your “Free” Nursing Pillow

The nursing pillow is available from

Just add one of its basic nursing pillows to your cart (value: $39.95). Then enter coupon code FREE4MOM.

This takes $40 off your total, but you still need to pay shipping and handling.

The site quotes $14.99 for “economy shipping,” which takes 15-25 days, plus a $2.95 fee for “Exchange and Return Insurance,” which basically allows you to return the pillow if you don’t like it.

Your total should come to $17.89 — about half the price of the ultra-popular Boppy.

Though it’s a great price for a nursing pillow, this product has received some negative feedback online.

Complaints include: It’s not firm enough, doesn’t have a removable cover and it’s too small and tears easily.

If you’d rather purchase a Boppy or other brand-name pillow, check on baby forums, local mom groups and in thrift stores. You can often find used Boppys for $15 to $20. Since they have washable covers, you don’t even need to worry about germs.

But if you’re in need of a nursing pillow and want to get a new one at a greatly discounted rate, this one might be worth checking out. 

You can also check out our guide to getting free baby stuff.

Your Turn: Do you want to try this nursing pillow?

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Susan Shain, senior writer for The Penny Hoarder, is always seeking adventure on a budget. Visit her blog at, or say hi on Twitter @susan_shain.