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Monday, July 25, 2011

Grocery Store Kids Clubs

Parents taking time to join some of the kids clubs that are out there can be very beneficial and fun for your little ones.  Here are some of the free kids clubs at grocery stores. The first kids club I joined was when I was pregnant with my first child. It was the Publix Baby Club.
It is free to join and I started receiving coupons before my daughter was born.  As a first time parent, you receive a fantastic book from the American Academy of Pediatrics' called, "Caring for Your Baby and Young Child"—a $20 value. It's full of invaluable medical and child-rearing advice from birth to age five. As my children grew I signed them up for the Publix Preschool Pals, which is for ages 2 to 4. In this club my children received free activity books, prizes, birthday cards and newsletters along with wonderful coupons.
Other grocery stores like Albertsons and Winn-Dixie also have kids clubs. Albertson’s is free and is called the Healthy Kidz Club. Each month you will receive a newsletter with tips and recipes for healthy living. The kids get fun facts and an activity page to remind them about good health. Winn Dixie has a Baby Club Program. It is also free and for children up to age 2. In this club you receive free coupons, special offers in the mail and a $10 gift card for your baby’s first prescription, plus free flavoring on liquid medications.  

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