10 Pregnancy Must-Haves You’ll Be Glad You Scored During After-Christmas Sales

Find deals on pregnancy pillows, vitamins, stretch mark creams, and more

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After Christmas Deals


On the first day after Christmas, our true love gave to us ... sales and deals on pregnancy stuff! Don’t worry—the after-Christmas sales and deals are way better than our rhyming. If you just found out you’re pregnant, you’ll want to take advantage of markdowns on must-have pregnancy items, like prenatal protein powder, nursing bras, and more. Plus, it’s a great time to use that gift card you got for Christmas. 

Retailers like Amazon, Walmart, Barnes and Noble, and Nordstrom are throwing in major discounts on thousands of items after the big holiday. Whether you need to stock up on dietitian-approved prenatal vitamins or want to find the perfect maternity pillow, you’ll want to act fast on these after-Christmas sales because many of these pregnancy must-haves will sell out quickly.

Nature Made Prenatal Multivitamin + DHA Softgels

 Courtesy of Walmart

To buy: Nature Made Prenatal With Folic Acid + DHA, $16 (normally $28), amazon.com, walmart.com

Stock up on a three-month supply of Nature Made prenatal vitamins with this after-Christmas sale on a 110-count bottle of 200 mg DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) softgels. Each vitamin contains folic acid and other nutrients to support the development of your baby’s eyes, brain, and nervous system.

Related: The 9 Best Prenatal Vitamins

PharMeDoc Pregnancy Pillow


To buy: PharMeDoc Pregnancy Pillow, from $40 (normally $60); amazon.com, walmart.com, bedbathandbeyond.com 

Support your hips, back, knees, head, and neck with the top-rated PharMeDoc Pregnancy Pillow. The U-shaped body pillow provides additional support while you sleep or lounge and has various color options to match your bedding theme.

Related: The 10 Best Pregnancy Pillows

What to Expect When You're Expecting by Heidi Murkoff


To buy: What to Expect When You're Expecting, from $13 (normally $18); amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, walmart.com 

Long considered the “pregnancy bible,” this all-in-one guide tells you everything you need to know about pregnancy and the fourth trimester. “What to Expect When You’re Expecting” covers tips, practical advice, insights, and more on topics from conception to birth, like pregnancy symptoms and ultrasounds. It’s an after-Christmas deal you’ll use faithfully throughout your entire pregnancy—which is priceless.

HATCH Everyday Nursing Bra


To buy: HATCH Everyday Nursing Bra, $68; amazon.com, hatchcollection.com

The Pima cotton and spandex materials of the HATCH Everyday Nursing Bra are worth celebrating before your little one arrives. A front strap adjuster and four hook-and-eye closures allow you to find a proper fit as your growing body changes during pregnancy . After the baby arrives, this top-rated nursing bra will help you feel supported and will provide convenient access when you need to breastfeed.

Related: The 10 Best Nursing Bras, Tested by Verywell Family

Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Complete Stretch Mark and Pregnancy Kit


To buy: Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Complete Stretch Mark and Pregnancy Skin Care Kit, $24; amazon.com, walmart.com, walgreens.com 

This Palmer’s stretch mark kit contains four hypoallergenic products for stretch marks: oil, lotion, cream, and butter. Palmer’s uses raw and natural ingredients to soften and smoothen skin, so it’s great for sensitive skin.

Related: The 11 Best Stretch Mark Creams, Tested by Verywell Family

Belly Bandit Upsie Pregnancy Belly Support Band


To buy: Belly Bandit Upsie Pregnancy Belly Support Band, $70; amazon.com, bedbathandbeyond.com, buybuybaby.com 

Relieve pregnancy aches and pains with a support belt that lifts your belly to reduce pelvic pressure and strain on your back muscles. The Belly Bandit Upsie comes in several sizes and features a back pocket for hot or cold gel packs.

Needed Protein Powder for Prenatal, Pregnancy, Breastfeeding, and Postpartum


To buy: Needed. Protein Powder for Prenatal, Pregnancy, Breastfeeding, and Postpartum, $50; amazon.com, thisisneeded.com

Boost your protein intake with the unflavored Needed. Prenatal Protein Powder. The collagen protein helps manage blood sugar, nausea, joint pain, and more while supporting your growing baby.

Related: The 6 Best Pregnancy-Safe Protein Powders

Three Lollies Preggie Pop Drops Plus with Vitamin B6 for Morning Sickness Relief,Sour Raspberry and Sour Lemon
Courtesy of Amazon

To buy: Preggie Pop Drops Morning Sickness, $15 (normally $20); amazon.com, walmart.com

These pregnancy drops pack a powerful (and delicious) punch against morning sickness. All 48 drops arrive individually wrapped for easier on-the-go nausea treatment and dissolve in your mouth like candy.

Dr. Scholl's Women's Compression Knee High Socks


To buy: Dr. Scholl's Women's Compression Knee High Socks, $6 (normally $9); amazon.com, walmart.com

At some point during pregnancy, you’ll likely experience swollen, achy feet and legs, which is where Dr. Scholl’s compression socks come into play. The microfiber yarn feels soft against the skin, while the tighter fit provides much-needed comfort from pregnancy pains.

Related: The 7 Best Compression Socks for Pregnancy

Iron Flask Sports Water Bottle

To buy: Iron Flask Sports Water Bottle, $22 (normally $45); amazon.com, walmart.com

The Iron Flask is a durable option if you’re looking for a new solid water bottle during after-Christmas sales. It features double-wall insulation, stainless steel, multiple sizes and colors, and three leak-proof lids.

By Katrina Cossey
Katrina has been a news and feature writer for more than six years with experience at KFOR-TV and BabyGaga.com. She has covered topics ranging from local and national news as well as writing and researching for parenting content. She is passionate about sharing accurate news in hopes it will make the lives of others easier.