Earth Day is celebrated across the globe on April 22. It marks the anniversary of the modern environmental movement, which was born in 1970.
In addition to celebrating the planet by making environmentally friendly choices, consumers can also score discounts on everything from toilet paper to home appliances and even some awesome freebies on Earth Day. Check out these seven Earth Day deals:
- Free park entrance: Earth Day is a great day to get outside and enjoy the great outdoors. Every national park in the U.S. is offering free admission (April 16-24) in celebration of Earth Week.
- Cheap prints: Photos.com is celebrating Earth Day by offering a 25 percent discount on anything on its site through April 24. Use code EARTH25.
- Free organic milkshake: Stop by a Florida-based EVOS store on Earth Day to get a free organic milkshake. Click here for EVOS locations.
- Paper product deals: Head to Whole Foods for 25 percent off 365 Everyday Value tissues, napkins, paper towels and toilet paper through April 26.
- Free reusable shopping bag: Natural Grocers invites you to stop by one of their stores on Earth Day to pick up a free reusable Happy Earth shopping bag. If you visit Natural Grocers between 4 and 6 p.m., you can enjoy free samples of pasture-based dairy, summer sausage and organic produce. On previous Earth Days, Target, Wegmans and the Disney Store also have offered free reusable bags.
- Discounted appliances: Earth Day is a great time to upgrade to new energy-efficient appliances. You can save up to 30 percent on major household appliances during Best Buy’s Earth Day Sale, which goes through April 30.
- Family fun deal: During Six Flags’ Earth Day Sale, you can save up to 30 percent on season passes and memberships. Plus, if you buy four or more passes/memberships, you’ll score a free season parking pass to Six Flags.
Check out “A Dozen Ways Going Green Will Save You Some Green.”
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