Good Buy Gear Is Partnering With Buybuy BABY to Launch a Trade-In Program

This trade-in program wants to help parents save money and shop smart.
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January 29, 2021
good buy gear partners with buy buy baby for a baby gear trade in program
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Baby gear is costly, so it’s no surprise parents love to save wherever they can—and trade in programs are a great way to do so. Not only do trade-in programs provide the gear with a second life and home, but they’re also a lot more sustainable. Now, Good Buy Gear, an online marketplace dedicated to extending the life of great children’s gear, and buybuy BABY are partnering to launch a trade-in program.

The program, available online and in participating stores, aims to support buybuy BABY customers who are looking to declutter and transition to the next stage of their child’s gear. To participate in the program, customers can mail in or drop off their gently-used items at a participating buybuy BABY store. Based on the item’s condition, customers can receive up to $400 in gift cards, redeemable at buybuy BABY.

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“Most children’s gear is designed to have a usable life that far exceeds the average time a caregiver actually needs an item. Good Buy Gear serves as the leading arbiter for the quality and safety of secondhand baby items and helps families shop smartly, save money, and reduce consumerism,” Good Buy Gear CEO and Co-founder Kristin Langenfeld said in a press release.

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The list of accepted gear includes loungers, strollers, carriers, sleepers, bouncers and high chairs froms brands including Baby Bjorn, Dockatot, UPPAbaby, Thule, Stokke, HALO and more.

To learn more about the trade-in program and how to participate, visit

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