RECARO ProRIDE Convertible Car Seat AND A $60 Amazon Gift Card For Just $206.09 Shipped

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RECARO ProRIDE Convertible Car Seat AND A $60 Amazon Gift Card For Just $206.99 Shipped

The Recaro ProRIDE retails for $299.99 and is on sale for $206.09-$219.99 from Amazon based on the color you choose.

Additionally for a limited time you can get a free $60 gift card with purchase, just add both the carseat and gift card to your cart and you won’t be charged for the gift card at checkout.  The gift card will ship separately.

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it comes out to 234


Please save your money. The ProRide a waste because you’re going to need another car seat before they’re ready for a booster anyway, so even if you get a gift card now with the purchase, you’re losing money by having to buy another seat later and another one after that.


Oops, meant to explain you’d need another seat because the ProRide has a short back/shell, lowish harness slots and most importantly, literally almost zero-legroom when rear facing (comfort issue, not a safety one).