How to Buy Wholesale Baby Bottles

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Buying wholesale baby bottles can be beneficial for a number of people in a number of situations, including running a day care, having multiples or starting a gift basket or other gift business. Baby bottles are an essential part of preparing for a new bundle of joy and buying wholesale can also save a new mom and dad money.

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    Know any special situations you need to meet in the baby bottles you will buy based on your child's feeding habits. For example, if your baby has problems with spitting up, he may need a bottle with smaller nipple holes for slow feeding. If she has colic, there are bottles special designed to aid in that as well.

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    Research baby bottle wholesalers both local and online. Dollar Days is one such wholesale company. They offer popular baby bottle sizes and styles including 9 oz. shaped printed baby bottles. Other wholesale baby bottle companies offer Evenflo, Avent, Born Free and Playtex, just to name a few.

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    Compare wholesale prices to local retailers to make sure you are in fact getting a good deal. Some retailers may also match the price, or offer you a wholesale purchase price to keep your business, so make sure to ask.

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    Ask for discounts. Just because it's wholesale, doesn't mean it can't be on sale. Ask for additional discounts, especially if you are a business or are buying in a large quantity. If customer service says no, ask to speak to a manager. The first person you talk you is often not authorized to make such decisions.

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    Purchase baby bottles in large packs to be broken up for resale if you are looking to stock the shelves of a baby boutique or other small store. This method is good for gift basket and diaper cake companies. Check out for a reliable company specializing in bulk baby bottles.

Tips and warnings

  • Get familiar with or ask about the return policy. Make sure the company you are ordering through offers one.
  • Avent is known for their bottles that help with colic. Evenflo Comfi's have an angled neck to prevent gas and spit up. For easy clean-up, consider bottles with disposable liners.

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