Take Your New Baby Home in the New Year with a Ride Courtesy of Diapers.com

As the New Year approaches, many families are not only counting down the days of 2014, but also the days before they welcome a new bundle of joy.

A couple of weeks ago, we shared with you the amazing promotion Diapers.com is doing for New York City families with their “Baby’s First Ride Home” program. The program had such a great response with the December babies and their families that the site has extended the program to include New Year’s and January babies. Any baby born in a Manhattan hospital now through January 31, 2015 can get a free ride home (up to $50.) 

The site, known for its free, overnight delivery of baby care essentials ($49 minimum), also announced that it will provide a year of free diapers to the first 2015 baby born in New York City!

Even after the ride home from the hospital, mom can continue to count on Diapers.com to deliver everything she needs during those first few postpartum weeks.  In fact, Diapers.com has curated a “New Mom Survival Kit” containing some of the most commonly ordered items during the first few weeks of parenthood such as breastfeeding supplies, newborn pacifiers, hand sanitizer, gentle bottle detergent, etc.

And if you’re not due this month, you can enter for a chance to win Diapers.com’s New Mom Survival kit! Just fill out the form below to enter! 

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Parents interested in the program can contact the Diapers.com 24/7 customer care team at 1-800-DIAPERS on their day of discharge to receive a $50 Lyft credit to use towards their baby’s first ride home from the hospital. Participants are responsible for requesting rides home through the Lyft app. Program details and specific instructions can be found at www.diapers.com/babysfirstridehome.

New moms throughout the U.S. can experience the convenience of shopping with Diapers.com; new customers get $10 off their first case of diapers and all customers get $5 off cases through March 31, 2015 with code GIMMEFIVE at checkout.

(Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Diapers.com. As always, all thoughts and opinions are our own.)