Win It: Travel Set from BubbleBum!
During this busy holiday travel season, families everywhere are taking road trips and flights for family gatherings. During this time, many families will likely have to take cabs, rental vehicles or relatives’ cars as part of their travels — which can become tricky for families with kids who still need to ride in a booster seat. It’s crucial that all kids aged 4-11 use a booster seat when traveling in the car — which is why we love BubbleBum’s inflatable Booster Seat!
BubbleBum’s inflatable booster seat is easy to pack, carry and set up, so your child will never be without a booster seat. Its air-filled design provides more comfort than other booster seat alternatives.
If you’re worried about safety — don’t be! BubbleBum’s inflatable booster seat meets and exceeds all Europe and U.S. safety regulations. We love it so much, we are giving away a Travel Set from BubbleBum to one lucky road warrior! Details below.
One lucky Daily Mom reader will receive a Travel Set from BubbleBum, including: a BubbleBum Inflatable Car Booster Seat in the winner’s choice of pink or black, valued at $29.99; BubbleBum’s Junkie Car Organizer, valued at $39.99; and BubbleBum’s Sneck Travel Pillow, valued at $14.99. This contest is open to all U.S. residents aged 18+. Enter using the rafflecopter below. Mandatory entries include signing up for the Daily Mom newsletter and “liking” Daily Mom on Facebook, and additional entries can be earned by following further instructions on the rafflecopter. Good luck!
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Sarah is a yoga practicing, mostly vegan, coffee chugging, Jack White-loving, stay-at-home-mom to three kids 4 and under in Cincinnati, Ohio. In her free time, she does freelance work for Cincinnati Parent, Dayton Parent and Indy’s Child, and blogs about her adventures with three kids in the Queen City.