Electronics and Ai-powered gadgets are not the only baby products rising in cost in 2022. Stroller prices have continued to rise over the years with a distinction emerging between ‘regular’ brands such as Baby Jogger and ‘high-end’ brands such as Bugaboo and UPPAbaby. To prepare this dense research on different baby stroller pricing, I have used more than 100 datasets and put all strollers available on Amazon on an excel sheet in order to analyze and obtain a clear picture of prices in 2022.
If you are just getting started on your stroller search, you can start by reading our guide where we answer a common question parents have on whether strollers are really necessary. We also have a guide on the number of strollers you may need.
This post is broken down into several questions but let’s start by answering this common question: how much do strollers cost?
How much does a good stroller cost?
The cost of a good stroller varies depending on your desired features and functionalities. A basic, yet quality stroller can be had for less than $100 while more luxurious models may exceed 1000 dollars! In a separate post, I reviewed some of the most expensive brands going for as high as $1800.
Average strollers cost approximately $200-$300 while all-terrain models range from $100 to $700 or more! If this is your first baby, I suggest opting for the cheaper models first. You’ll never know when you’re going to need that double stroller!
Also, plan on spending even more money on accessories. I bought a stroller organizer($50), cup holder ($10), travel bag ($30), car seat adapter($40) and I’m still not finished buying all the accouterments my babies will need!
What determines a stroller cost?
The price of any particular stroller is determined by
- Brand: Some brands are just more expensive than others.
- Size: Double, triple, or single vary in prices
- Frame, Fabric, and Accessories: More expensive strollers are usually made of metal rather than plastic. They also have more features like cup-holder, hanging bags etc…
- Accessory Options: The more options you get with your stroller(like car seat adapters) the more it will cost.
- Type of stroller: All-terrain strollers tend to cost more because they have a wide wheelbase and tough wheels, making them suitable for rough terrain. An umbrella stroller costs less than an all-terrain stroller because it is simple and has basic features compared to the all-terrain stroller.
A used stroller will always be cheaper than a new one. However, the condition of it will determine how much you can save. A gently used stroller might still be in great shape but if you can’t find any information about it (like the brand, model etc…), you might be better off buying a new one.
The bottom line is that strollers are expensive! If you take good care of them, they’ll last for many years which makes their cost worth it. However, I still think babies should get to ride in shopping carts like when I was a kid!
How much does a jogging stroller cost
Jogging strollers start at around $100 and go up from there depending on the brand, model, and features. The Baby Trend Expedition Jogger Stroller ($129.99) is one of the most affordable jogging strollers on Amazon, as is the Jeep Classic Jogging Stroller ($137.99). Thule Urban Glide 2 Jogging Stroller ($500+) is one of the most expensive jogging strollers you can find on Amazon.
The cost of jogging strollers varies in price. A cheap jogging stroller may go for $100 while more expensive ones can exceed $500! These are tougher than regular strollers because they have three wheels and long handles so you won’t tip over when you take them off-road or run with your baby. The best way to save money on a jogging stroller is to buy the best features you want piece by piece. For example, I bought the car seat adapter ($40), parent console ($20), and large/adjustable canopy($50).
Buying a good quality jogging stroller can be somewhat costly so if you plan on taking them for regular walks along with the neighborhood, I suggest buying a cheaper model.
The difference in price usually lies in wheel size. The wider wheelbase offers more stability when you’re jogging with your baby so it’s worth the extra money if you intend to buy one. Jogging strollers are great for hiking or just getting out of the house fast into the fresh air!
How much do double strollers cost?
The price of a double stroller is determined by its size. The bigger, the more expensive it gets. I suggest going for the least number of features possible to save money on these! They can get bulky and heavy very fast with the addition of many accessories so play it smart when buying a double stroller. The average price for a double stroller is approximately $400 to $600.
Double strollers cost more than lightweight strollers and umbrella strollers because of the added seat and increased support. The type of the double stroller (either a double umbrella stroller or a double stroller for regular walking and traveling) determines the cost. Umbrella strollers are less expensive because they are lighter and have fewer features.
Check the reviews and cost of different double strollers here
How much do umbrella strollers cost?
Umbrella strollers are the most affordable strollers because of their basic features. An umbrella stroller of lightweight fabric, a small storage basket, a simple suspension system, and a small sun canopy costs $14 to $80. Umbrella strollers with superior features cost more, ranging from $100 to200.
Below is a simple Disney stroller going for about $30.
Umbrella strollers are compact, lightweight, and easy enough to fold up. The small wheels make it difficult for this type of stroller to perform well on rough terrains so they should only be used around the neighborhood or mall.
Walmart sells a variety of umbrella strollers from as low as $14 that you can find here.
How much do lightweight strollers cost?
Lightweight strollers are perfect for moms and dads who don’t want to invest too much in a new stroller. It will be difficult to use this on rough terrains, but perfect for jogging with your baby! Expect to spend anywhere from $60 to $180 on one of these depending on the quality and brand that you choose.
Here are lightweight strollers that Amazon retails.
How much do all-terrain strollers cost?
All-terrain strollers cost more than other strollers because they are made of superior materials that can withstand indoor and outdoor surfaces, including rubber wheels for rugged trails, handbrakes to enhance control, and big storage to support extended outdoor periods. Expect to pay $300-$500 on one of these depending on quality and brand.
All-terrain strollers are perfect for families who plan to go off-road or into the wild! They come with heavy-duty wheels and suspension to support rougher terrains.
How much do travel system strollers cost?
Travel system strollers cost more than just strollers because they are a combination of a car seat and a stroller. The travel system cost also depends on the brand, model, and materials usually costing between $200 and $500.
The price of a travel system varies in pricing depending on your needs and personal preferences. For example, the type of wheels it has can make or break the deal! If you plan to use this only around the neighborhood, you might want to get a stroller with inflatable tires. This type is much cheaper and easier to maneuver because you don’t have to push down when making turns. If you plan on going off-road or traveling somewhere more rugged, invest in a stroller with durable wheels like the three-wheel jogger strollers made of rubber.
Another thing to consider when buying a new travel system is the size of your car trunk. If you own a small sedan, you might want to consider getting one that comes with its own carrier or has more compact wheels like an umbrella stroller. This will save you money on gas because your car won’t need as much fuel while pushing the stroller around!
How much do sit and stand strollers cost?
If you have an infant and toddler, a sit and stand stroller is perfect for your family! This type of stroller allows one child to be seated at the front while another stands in the back area. Expect to pay up to $700 on one of these depending on quality and brand.
How much do convertible strollers cost?
Convertible strollers cost between $400 and $700 depending on their conversions, height limits, weight limits, and reclining and headrest positions. Convertible strollers are the ultimate travel system because they come with several seating options.
For example, you can choose to have one child seated in front while another stands at the back or both children sitting next to each other. These types of strollers are bulky and take up a lot of room but are perfect for families with two small children!
How much does a stroller cost to rent at Disney/stroller cost at Disney World?
Disney World rents out strollers at $15 per day for a single and $31 per day for a double stroller. Disney World also rents strollers on a prepaid multi-day basis at discounted prices of $13 per day for a single and $27 per day for a double
Six flags stroller rental cost
Six Flags rent strollers depending on the type of stroller, the number of days rented, and the time of the year.
Cost of particular stroller Brands
Bugaboo Stroller Cost
The cost of the Bugaboo stroller depends on the specific type. Fox 3 costs $1,199, Lynx costs $949, Bee 6 costs $749, and Donkey 3 goes for about 1,100.
Below is the cost snapshot of the 3 Donkey 3 strollers from the Bugaboo official site.
Bob Stroller Cost
The cost of the Bob strollers depends on the particular type of the single strollers, double strollers, and the travel system.
Amazon sells the Bob strollers, which you can find here.
Bob single strollers
- Alterrain Pro Jogging strollers costs from $679.99
- Alterrain Jogging stroller costs $599.99
- Revolution Flex 3.0 Jogging Strollers costs $549.99
- Rambler Jogging Stroller costs $449.99
- Revolution Flex 3.0 Duallie costs $749.99.
- Revolution Flex 3.0 Travel System featuring B-Safe Car Seat costs from $799.9
- Rambler Travel System featuring B-safe Gen2 Car Seat costs $699.99
Britax Stroller Cost
Britax Stroller cost depends on the particular type.
- B-Lively double stroller costs $449.99
- B- Free stroller costs $379.99
- Pathway Stroller costs $139.99
Chicco Stroller Cost
Chicco stroller costs depend on the type of the stroller, being either full-size strollers, lightweight strollers, jogging strollers, double strollers, and frame strollers
- Viaro Quick-Fold Strollers costs from $209.99
- Corso LE Modular Stroller costs $529.99
- Bravo Primo Air Stroller costs $359.99
- Bravo Quick-Fold Stroller costs $249.99
- Corso Modular Staccato Stroller costs $529.99
- Corso Modular Black Stroller costs $529.99
- Liteway stroller (Available in Moon Grey, Fog, Petal, Cosmo, and Astral) cost $109.99
- Mini Bravo Plus Lightweight Stroller (Available in graphite and storm costs $189.99.
- Activ3 Air Jogging Stroller- Q Collection costs $329.99
- TRE Jogging Stroller-Titan costs $399.99
- Cortina Together Double Stroller- Minerale costs $319.99
- BravoFor2 LE Standing/Sitting Double Stroller (Available in Crux and Iron) costs $349.99
- KeyFit Caddy Frame Stroller costs $99.99
Cybex Stroller Cost
Cybex strollers are some of the most costly brands of strollers because it is a luxury brand. Cyber Stroller Cost depends on the collection type (either platinum or gold) , the kind of stroller, and the particular model.
Cybex Gold Strollers
Cybex Gold Strollers are of different categories; Combi strollers, All-terrain strollers, Double Stroller, City strollers, Buggies, and Jogging Strollers.
- Talos S Lux costs $649.95
- Talos S 2-In-1 costs from $550
- Gazelle S costs $799.95
- Melio Carbon costs from $549.95
- Melio costs $549.95
- Melio Street costs $549.95
- Configure your Zeno costs $899.99
- Configure your Avi costs $579.95
- Eezy S Twist 2 costS from $349.95
- Eezy S Twist+2 costs $349.95
- Eezy S 2 costs from $399.95
- Eezy S+2 costs $349.95
- Libelle costs from $299.95
- Beezy costs $349.95
Doona Stroller Cost
The Doona Car Seat & Stroller
The Liki Trike
Mima Stroller Cost
Mima strollers are luxury strollers that cost from $599 to $1,649.99. Mima strollers are available in Xari strollers and Zigi strollers.
Mima Xari 4G strollers cost between $1, 599.99 to $1. 649.99
Zigi 3G Strollers
The Zigi 3G stroller costs $599.99
Maclaren Stroller Cost
Maclaren strollers cost from $129 to $499, depending on its features. The cost of each particular Maclaren stroller is discussed below.
Compact Flatfold Strollers
- Atom costs $470
- Atom Style Set Costs $398
- Atom by Jason Woodside costs from $269.99
Compact Umbrella Strollers
- Quest Arch costs from$239
- Sherpa costs $129
- Mark II Style Set costs $199
- Globetrotter costs $199
- Triumph costs $239
- Quest costs from $279
- Quest Arc by Jason Woodside costs $239
- Techno XT costs from $299
- Techno Arc costs $299.99
- Techno XLR Arc costs $299
- Twin Triumph costs $399
- Twin Techno costs $499
How much are Stroller Strides?
Stroller Strides demand a $79 enrollment fee for all new monthly memberships, but you pay a discounted price of $59 when you pay on the first day of class catering for your equipment and helps to fund our free weekly playgroups.
It will only cost you half the registration fee, however, when you cancel your membership and wish to rejoin or when you transfer from one franchise to another.
Can i bring my own stroller into disney world
You can bring your own stroller into Disney World as long as you follow the stipulated guidelines of using personal and rented strollers at Walt Disney World Resort.
To use a stroller in Disney World, the stroller must not be larger than 31” (79 cm) in width and 52” (132 cm) in length and should not be a stroller wagon. Also, you must remove your child from their stroller when riding on a parking lot tram. You should also not leave your personal belongings in an unattended stroller.
However, you cannot use a stroller on escalators and a Cast Member can move a strolers due to operational needs.
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