Amazon offers free shipping and free return shipping for 90 days on all baby items that they sell so that you can try it out and make sure that you love it.
These prices are the lowest ever from Amazon.
-UPPAbaby VISTA Stroller (Indigo), was $839.99, now $671.99
-UPPAbaby VISTA Stroller (Red), was $839.99, now $671.99
-UPPAbaby VISTA Stroller (Marine Blue), was $879.99, now $703.99
-UPPAbaby VISTA Stroller (Black), was $839.99, now $703.99
-UPPAbaby VISTA Stroller (Grey), was $839.99, now $703.99
-UPPAbaby CRUZ Stroller (Red), was $499.99, now $399.99
-UPPAbaby CRUZ Stroller (Black), was $529.99, now $423.99
-UPPAbaby CRUZ Stroller (Grey), was $529.99, now $423.99
-UPPAbaby G-LUXE Stroller (Jade), was $259.99, now $207.99
-UPPAbaby G-LUXE Stroller (Orange), was $259.99, now $207.99
-UPPAbaby G-LUXE Stroller (Red), was $259.99, now $207.99
-UPPAbaby G-LITE Stroller (Red), was $159.99, now $127.99
-UPPAbaby G-LITE Stroller (Black), was $179.99, now $143.99
-UPPAbaby MESA Infant Car Seat, was $299.99, now $191.99. Update: Sold out from Amazon, but available here from Nordstrom on sale for $239.99
-UPPAbaby MESA Infant Car Extra Base, was $119.99, now $95.99
It’s not much of a secret that I’m a huge UppaBaby fan.
We started off with a Bugaboo that we got free thanks to AMEX. After all, that’s what all the cool kids seemed to have.
Except it was hard to push, especially in the snow or on bad sidewalks. And it had a tiny, hard to reach basket.
Then we saw someone else with an UppaBaby Vista. It pushed like a dream and had a basket large enough for an entire grocery trip. We were sold.
Even though it’s not light, it’s a dream to travel with. When Rafi and Talia were in their infant carseats we would bring it through security with their infant carseat attached to it and then we would gate check the stroller and bring their carseat on the plane. It made getting through the airport and getting around our destination a breeze.
Plus as the frame detaches from the seat or carseat, it falls under the 20 pound weight limit that airlines like American now rigidly enforce. People with double strollers learn that lesson the hard way.
Now that both kids are in convertible carseats we just check the stroller under in an UppaBaby travel bag. It did get damaged once, but UppaBaby covers all airline damage if you own their airline bag. For a while we used the RumbleSeat for Rafi, though now he just uses the Ride-Along board when he gets tired.
To get around the airport we use 2 Costco Scenra lightweight convertible carseats and 2 GoGo Babyz Travelmates that fit into the overhead bins. Those carseats and travelmates were lifesavers when we were running around JFK like headless chickens last November on our London fiasco. I can’t even imagine how it would have worked if Rafi had to walk the 10 miles we covered in JFK and LGA during those 24 hours. And he wouldn’t have even gotten the little bit of sleep that he did without them.
HT: nafnaf12, via DDF