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The Best Snoo Sales Happening Right Now

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Happiest Baby

Snoo sale alert! The Snoo has been a total game-changer for parents with newborns, but since it’s so expensive, most people wait for the Snoo to go on sale. Full price, the Snoo goes for $1,495, so it’s typically not an item you can just put on your baby shower registry (unless you have super wealthy friends and family, then a) lucky you, and b) go for it). The Snoo, sold by Happiest Baby, is a smart bassinet that rocks your baby to sleep when it detects movement in the middle of the night. It’s been a godsend to parents, since they don’t have to get up as many times in the middle of the night to try to calm down their fussy little one, either by rocking them, walking around, or feeding them (if Baby’s hungry, then you’re outta luck — the Snoo won’t feed ’em). Luckily, there’s a Snoo sale happening this weekend for Valentine’s Day and President’s Day! Check it out below.

Best Snoo sales

Happiest Baby

The sales below are currently out of date. Bookmark this page, as we’ll be checking for the best sales on the daily!

Happiest Baby is offering 20% off the Snoo until February 15 — no code required. We recommend taking advantage of the sale quickly, since the Snoos are likely to go fast.

Pottery Barn Kids

The Snoo is currently out of stock at Pottery Barn Kids and the sales below are currently out of date. Bookmark this page, as we’ll be checking for the best sales on the daily!

Pottery Barn is offering an awesome deal on the Snoo right now at $1,046.25 — same as Happiest Baby. That’s saving almost $350, so get on that STAT.

Amazon

The Snoo is currently out of stock on Amazon and the sales below are currently out of date. Bookmark this page, as we’ll be checking for the best sales on the daily!

Amazon is giving us 20% off the Snoo and should ship in 3-4 days.

Check back, as we’ll be adding more Snoo deals to this page. On a similar note, if you’re looking for the best Dyson deals, we’ve made a handy guide.

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