Gift packaging is available for most items for $5. Items are gift boxed together (in most cases), but separated by Carter’s and OshKosh B’gosh brands. Items that are gift boxed will be removed from the protective plastic, wrapped in tissue paper, and placed in our signature Carter’s gift box or OshKosh B’gosh gift box. Personalized message will be delivered with your gift, and gift receipt will not display pricing information.
Gift cards make a great gift for baby showers, birthdays, or other celebrations. Gift cards are redeemable in store or online, never expire, and are available in amounts from $10 to $200.
We are pleased to offer electronic gift cards via email. Electronic gift cards pop into the recipient's email box within one business day upon credit card validation. Upon delivery electronic gift cards are ready to be used in stores or online at both Carter's or Oshkosh B'gosh retail locations and never expire.
We are unable of offer physical gift cards purchases online at this time. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Click here to check balance of an existing gift card or electronic gift card.
Creating your very own Wish List of items you would like to have is easy and fun. You may share your list with family and friends, or you can choose to keep it yourself.
Step 1 Register for an account to create your own wish list. Once you have registered, you can access your wish list at any time from the upper right hand corner of any page on site.
Step 2 Find an item you would like to add and click the "Add to Wish List" button. Items from both the Carter's and OshKosh stores can be added to one combined list.
Step 3 Every time an item is added, you will be brought to your wish list page to view all the items on your list.
After your wish list is completed, you can share it with family and friends or just keep it to yourself for later reference.
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