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There are a ton of places where you can create a baby registry, but Amazon makes it so easy to browse products and read online reviews from the comfort of your home. We already have some tips on making the most out of your Amazon baby registry. But the purpose of this post is to help you find the absolute best Amazon baby registry items that are worth adding to your list.
We found the best deals on low-budget baby gifts as well as bigger-ticket registry items for group gift requests. Plus, we’ll break down the cost per item and even tell you the lowest price it cost in the past 12 months to help you shop smarter.
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The Best Amazon Baby Registry Items in 2023
1. Pampers Baby Wipes, as low as $0.03 per wipe now
Realistically speaking, moms with newborns will go through anywhere from 900 to 1,100 baby wipes in a month. Jeez! But luckily, Amazon has a Pampers baby wipes ($30.49, Amazon) deal where you can pay just $0.04 per wipe. And if you Subscribe & Save, you can drop that price down to just $0.03 per wipe. (Trust me, you’ll need to restock by the end of the month anyways). Compare that to Walmart’s pricing, where you’d pay $0.10 per wipe.
- Lowest price in the last 12 months: $25.92
“I love these wipes for my baby because they are super soft and are gentle on his skin!” — Amazon reviewer
2. Huggies Snug & Dry Baby Diapers, Size 2, as low as $0.20 per diaper now
On average, diapers cost about $0.29 each. Amazon has this Huggies Snug & Dry ($23.44, Amazon) deal that goes on sale often. Even before discounts, you can pay just $0.23 per diaper. And if you opt to Subscribe & Save, you’d only need to pay $0.20 per diaper.
- Lowest price in the last 12 months: $19.92
“The tabs are very stretchy and it is not a struggle to get them around our baby’s waist. The material does not feel cheap like other brands.” — Amazon reviewer
3. Munchkin Sponge Bottle Brush, 2 Pack, $2.90 per brush now
Get these bottle brushes ($5.79, Amazon) once, and you’re set for several months. Over 32,000 Amazon reviewers gave this set a perfect five-star rating. They like that you could use these for water bottles and taller tumblers too.
- Lowest price in the last 12 months: $4.99
“I like that I can stand it upright on the counter with or without the nipple brush inside the handle.” — Amazon reviewer
4. Moonkie Silicone Baby Bibs Set of 2, $5.99 each now
Moms rave about these easy-to-wipe-clean Moonkie Silicone Baby Bibs ($15.99, Amazon) because the cost per wear is just pennies. In March 2023 (and several other times in the past), we’ve seen this go for 25% off. The discount makes this set of two bibs just $5.99 each, and once your baby starts eating solids, you’ll rely on these bibs for every meal. These are obviously better than cloth ones, which stain and end up in the garbage. With silicone, you just wipe and reuse!
- Lowest price available in the last 12 months: $9.99
“These really do help catch food and protect their clothes. The food pocket has saved us so many times from liquid spilling on the floor!” — Amazon reviewer
5. Boudreaux’s Butt Paste Maximum Strength Diaper Rash Cream, as low as $6.05 now
Boudreaux’s butt paste ($7.12, Amazon) is beloved by mothers across the country. In fact, over 18,000 shoppers gave this butt paste a perfect five-star rating. Amazon’s price beats Target’s price of $7.49 and RiteAid’s price of $10.99 right now.
- Lowest price in the last 12 months: $6.05
“I have tried so many diaper creams and this will always be my go-to. Works quickly and is so healing.” — Amazon reviewer
6. Philips AVENT Soothie Pacifier, as low as $7.29
Whether you’re shopping for yourself or you wanted to add these pacifiers ($10.89, Amazon) to your registry, this is the best price you can get on them. At Target, you’d be paying $4.49 for a set of two, or $2.25 per. On Amazon, you’d pay $1.81 per and get more.
- Lowest price available in the last 12 months: $7.29
“This is our baby’s favorite pacifier as a newborn to 2 months already. She refuses any other type of pacifier and this one is recommended for sleeping too since it provides help with the nose so she can breathe if something ended up over her face.” — Amazon reviewer
7. Hahaland Baby Books, as low as $8 per book now
Crinkle books are a great way to capture a baby’s attention without having to spend a ton of money on fancy toys. This double set of Hahaland Baby Books ($29.99, Amazon) is often on sale. The current sale price of $17.99 drops the price per book to $9, which is a savings of $1.99 compared to buying a single book. We’ve recently seen this set go as low as $15.99, which averages out to $8 per book.
- Lowest price available in the last 12 months: $15.99
“It’s great to watch my daughter realize that it’s a different texture and play with them.” — Amazon reviewer
8. Baby Tummy Time Water Mat, as low as $8.99 now
We love that you can get playtime out of this mat ($16.99, Amazon) from when baby is 3 months old to 12 months. And, this mat goes on sale often. In March 2023, we’ve seen it go for as low as $6.49 and then $8.99. Similar mats at Target cost $12.99.
- Lowest price in the last 12 months: $6.49
“Its vibrant colors keep the attention of my little one for quite some time.” — Amazon reviewer
9. FridaBaby 3-in-1 Nose, Nail + Ear Picker, as low as $9.01 now
This picker ($9.48, Amazon) has a cult following on Amazon, with reviewers saying it’s effective and super easy to use. Even if you don’t Subscribe & Save, you’re getting the best price compared to RiteAid or Target. Also, this picker is often part of a deal where you can save an additional 5% if you buy it along with three other select items.
- Lowest price in the last 12 months: $8.49
“Add this to your registry because this is a baby must-have! We got way more use out of this than the Nosefrida suction tool.” — Amazon reviewer
10. SwaddleMe Pod, as low as $10 per sleeper now
Middle-of-the-night diaper changes are easier when you can unzip a SwaddleMe Pod ($24.99, Amazon from the bottom up. This 2-pack averages out to $12.50 per sleeper when it’s regularly priced. But we noticed the price on this set drops a few dollars every once in a while. If you catch the price drops, you’ll pay about $10 per sleeper.
- Lowest price available in the last 12 months: $20.40
“I absolutely love this product, my baby sleeps so well in it and it’s easy to use.” — Amazon reviewer
11. Haakaa Manual Breast Pump, $12.94 now
New moms swear that the Haakaa Manual Breast Pump ($12.94, Amazon) is a huge money saver. For a limited time, if you buy two, you can save 5% on your purchase.
The pump captures breast milk from one side while you’re feeding the baby on the other side, which is great since you don’t ever want to waste that “liquid gold.” Don’t forget that you should qualify for a FREE breast pump through your insurance, however, the Haakaa is not covered by insurance.
- Lowest price available in the last 12 months: $10.99
“I use the Haakaa to catch my overflow at each nursing session then finish the session by moving baby to the second breast, which, by then, has been relieved of most of the foremilk and allows him to get more of the filling hindmilk. The result is a combination of reduced gas and increased sleep, which has already made life better for both of us!” — Amazon reviewer
Related: The 5 Best Baby Registries and Tips for Building Your List
12. Homemedics SoundSleep White Noise Sound Machine, as low as $17.59 now
Sleep machines tend to cost upwards of around $70, but we were happy to see this Amazon option ($24.01, Amazon) for way less. While it retails for $24, it often goes on sale for around $17. Catch it on sale when you can!
- Lowest price in the last 12 months: $16.71
“The sound quality of the machine is top-notch and creates a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere in any room. I have been using it every night for the past week and have noticed a significant improvement in the quality of my sleep.” — Amazon reviewer
13. Ruvalino Diaper Bag Backpack, as low as $41.99 now
Listed on Amazon at $89.99, this Ruvalino Diaper Bag Backpack ($41.99, Amazon) has not been sold for more than $43 in more than a year. The price frequently jumps up and down. The lowest we’ve seen it go this year is $31.99.
- Lowest price available in the last 12 months: $31.99
“This bag is really lightweight yet very spacious & very comfortable to carry.” — Amazon reviewer
14. Fisher-Price Sit Me Up Floor Seat, as low as $42.99 now
Baby registry shoppers will save a couple of dollars on this Fisher Price Sit Me Up Floor Seat ($42.99, Amazon) versus other similar baby chairs. Watch for this one to drop drastically in price on Black Friday, but otherwise, it’s consistently priced at around $40. In mid-March, we even saw a 10% coupon offered on the product listing, so watch for discounts. Want it cheaper? Use Facebook Marketplace or Facebook Buy Nothing groups (local to your area) for heavily discounted and even FREE gently used baby products.
- Lowest price available in the last 12 months: $34.39
“This bag is really lightweight yet very spacious and very comfortable to carry.” — Amazon reviewer
15. Baby Sling and Ring, as low as $43.99 now
The cotton muslin of this Baby Sling and Ring ($43.99, Amazon) works as both a baby carrier and a cover for breastfeeding. Most of the time this baby carrier is consistently priced at $43.99, but occasionally the price goes up or down by $4. We’ve also seen Amazon offer 5% coupons on the product listing. If you want to save money though, ask a friend who recently had a baby if you can borrow their baby sling. Since babies outgrow them pretty quickly, there are ways to get gently used ones for cheap.
- Lowest price available in the last 12 months: $39.99
“Perfect sling for carrying my baby and getting things done!” — Amazon reviewer
16. Safety 1st Grow and Go All-in-One Convertible Car Seat, as low as $129.99 now
The Safety 1st Grow and Go All-in-One Convertible Car Seat ($159.99, Amazon) supports your baby from the infant stage through preschool ages. Having a convertible car seat prevents you from having to purchase a second car seat as your child grows. This one has sold for as high as $189.99 in the last year. If you can find it for $159.99 or less, it’s worth adding to your registry.
- Lowest price available in the last 12 months: $129.99
“I have a tall 2-year-old grandson where the click between the legs never fits right. This seat adjusts so well around his shoulders it will never be an uncomfortable snug fit but still a very safe fit.” — Amazon reviewer
17. Baby Jogger City Tour 2 Ultra-Compact Travel Stroller, as low as $174.99 now
It’s a waste of money to buy multiples of the same thing. This Baby Jogger City Tour 2 Ultra Compact Travel Stroller ($249.99, Amazon) folds up small enough to be a carry-on item during air travel. This means you don’t have to have one stroller at home for walks through the park and another stroller when you travel. Watch for deep discounts on Amazon Prime Day and around Black Friday. But even before then, you could likely find a 20% coupon on the product listing. Need another cheaper option? Try the Graco Pramette Stroller, which is three strollers in one for $199.
- Lowest price available in the last 12 months: $174.99
“I have been using this stroller for 4 months since my daughter was 4 months old. I wanted an alternative to the expensive YOYO2 that we could use for flying as well as our daily keep-in-the-car stroller for errands. It has met all my general expectations and it’s half the price of the YOYO.” — Amazon reviewer