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7 Saving Tips for Parents

    The Bumble Bee Baby & Childrens Market
  1. Go to comparison sites like www.goswitch.com.au to get cheapest energy plan.
  2. Go to iSelect to get the most competitive private health cover.
  3. Join a toy library rather than buying toys.
  4. Eat homemade meals - way cheaper than eat-out.
  5. Use www.kidspot.com.au to find out about free events.
  6. Join a playgroup. For a low annual fee you and your kid(s) can meet new friends.
  7. Go to secondhand children's items markets like bumble bee, Gumtree, or use eBay to buy items.
* More saving tips here.

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