Mothers who prefer cribs to pack and plays argue that babies outgrow pack and plays very fast. Other mums argue that a pack and play serves as a napping and playing area during the day. A pack and play is most useful during the day. It keeps pets away from the baby while you’re doing chores. When you’re working on a shoe string budget, needs always trump wants. Pack and plays are useful. Tight budget concerns don’t mean that you have to do away with purchasing one. You can get a functional cheap pack and play. The following models fall within $30 and $100.
The Cosco Funsport Play Yard
It costs about $38, is easy to fold and stash away. Your kid will have a lot of room to play in. The design is satisfactorily beautiful.
Graco Pack and Play Playard with Automatic Folding Feet, carnival
It is a convenient pack and play going for about $42. You can wheel it around and later make use of the automated folding feet to put it away until you need to use it again. It only weighs 6 kilograms.
Dream On Me Zodiak Playard
This $39 pack and play features an easy set-up and comes with a baby bag.
Graco Pack and Play Bassinet with Automatic Folding Feet, Pasadena
You get a comfortable pack and play with an additional detachable bassinet for $63 when you opt for this pack and play. It also has room to store what you need to keep your baby clean.
Cosco Deluxe Funsport Play Yard, Black Arrows
This light-weight cheap pack and play is spacious and spots a pretty easy set up. The design is simple classy. You’ll need about $55 to get it.
Expensive frills never serve functionality. Claims that cheap things aren’t stylish aren’t true.