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Contest: How to Get a “Good Buy” On Your Baby Gear

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Summer boredom has started creeping into the house. Knees can only be skinned at the playground so many times. Let’s call it: sometimes you just need a day inside, with quiet times, books, and maybe something to keep those popsicle-stained hands busy for a bit.

Good Buy Gear to the rescue! My kids and I explored the website and found great play options in their Art & Music, Building, and Puzzles & Games sections. A lot of the offerings are gently used, but they also have many new, but still discounted, items from well-known companies like Melissa & Doug, Cra-Z-art, and others.

We chose four very fun looking craft kits. I could have chosen the 1-3 day delivery option for $5 (free for orders over $60), but instead we opted to make a trip to the Good Buy Gear warehouse for free pickup. After a few hours, I got a notification that our order was ready for pickup! I was super-impressed with the speedy service and convenient options.

Picking up our order wasn’t any more challenging than going to the store, although my daughter remarked it was “edgy” which added to the adventure! (Don’t worry. It’s only edgy if you are under 12.) We rang the bell as instructed and were let in immediately. Our crafty stuff was bagged and waiting. It was so easy and the staff we encountered was very friendly.

Good Buy Gear was there when we needed a change of routine but didn’t want to spend a fortune!


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Author: gretchen

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