Strollers For Sale

inding the right pram or stroller for your child can be tough! There are so many factors to take into consideration - size, portability, comfort, brand, extra features, load capacity, and so much more. Choosing one that fits within your budget can make it even more challenging!

At Mother’s Choice, we stock a range of cheap strollers and prams for sale, giving you all the features and functionality without the hefty price tag. Don’t compromise on all the little extras that make daily tasks easier - choose a budget stroller that’s equipped with a cup holder, additional storage, weather protection, or even one that can be folded up to maximum portability. Our budget strollers are designed to fit your needs, and your budget. Browse the full range below.

Types of cheap strollers

With so many budget strollers on the market, it can be tough deciding which one best fits your lifestyle. Here are just some of the types of cheap strollers to consider:

  • Full size strollers - These strollers are large and are fitted out with all the features you need, and then some. They’re great for everyday use and are fitted with plenty of extra storage.
  • Lightweight strollers - Designed for portability, a lightweight stroller is compact and folds up so you can easily transport it in your car, on public transport, or on a plane.
  • Jogging strollers - Enjoy your daily jog with your little one in tow. Jogging strollers are designed for uneven terrains, such as nature trails, so you can get out and about with your baby with ease. Our 3-wheel strollers are great for active parents and bubs.
  • Convertible strollers - Need more flexibility? Reversible or convertible strollers are great if you have multiple children, as seats can be added or configured to suit your needs.
  • Umbrella stroller - Keep your little one safe from the elements. Umbrella strollers are lightweight, portable and generally on the more affordable end of the scale.

What’s the difference between an affordable stroller and a luxury option?

This entirely depends on your individual needs. Are you a city-dweller that travels around regularly and needs a stroller that can rack up mileage while being portable? Or, are you more of a suburban parent who enjoys walks and needs a stroller to get from A to B? Whatever your circumstances, it’s important to consider how often you’ll be using your stroller, and what sort of features you need.

Many strollers - both high end and affordable - offer a range of features including convertible riding positions, easy to clean material, extra storage, durability, portability, and much more. There’s no need to purchase the most expensive stroller on the market, nor is there a need to discount the cheapest ones, either. Before shopping for a new stroller, make a list of your absolute non-negotiable requirements, and the extra features you’d like. Then, browse the selection of strollers on offer - you may be pleasantly surprised to find a stroller to the lower end of your budget that packs a punch!

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FAQs

How much does an average pram cost?

According to Canstar Blue’s most recent survey, parents in Australia are spending an average $486 on a pram. However, there are a lot of factors to consider when buying a pram, and not all families will have the same requirements. While it can be tempting to purchase the most expensive pram on the market, there are plenty of budget strollers that are packed with features, so you don’t have to break the bank when it comes to shopping for a new stroller.

What is the best pram for newborns and toddlers?

Regardless of the price tag, a pram is one of the most important purchases you’ll make for your baby. The best pram is one that grows with your child and is suitable from infancy through to their toddler years. Choose a comfortable, convertible stroller that supports a bassinet, so your newborn can lay flat. As your child gets older, they’ll want to see the world; select a pram that faces forward so they can marvel at their surroundings.