11 Freebies and Deals for Earth Day Weekend

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Earth Day is Monday, April 22. While you’re reflecting on how to help save Mother Earth, you can feed your mind, body, soul and wallet with a host of great freebies and deals.

Following are several examples. Call ahead to locations near you to confirm that they are participating in these offers.

Amazon Warehouse

This division of Amazon is already celebrating Earth Week by offering 20% off select items.

Amazon Warehouse is where the retail giant sells used goods. Its website explains:

“All items are inspected and graded using Amazon’s rigorous 20-point quality inspection process and sold at a discount. Purchases are Prime-eligible and backed by Amazon’s 30-day return policy and award-winning customer service.”

Target

Trade in your old child car seat April 22-May 4 and get a 20% off coupon good toward the following:

  • Car seat
  • Car seat base
  • Travel system
  • Stroller
  • Select baby home gear — such as high chairs, swings, rockers and bouncers

In 2018, Target also offered a discount on natural beauty and personal care products for Earth Day. So, check Target’s “Natural Beauty” webpage on Monday in case the retailer runs a promotion this year.

Staples

Recycle your old tech at a Staples store April 21-27, and you’ll get a $10 coupon good for your next purchase of $30 or more. You must be a member of the Staples Rewards program to participate. Stop by the Staples website to see which electronics qualify for the promotion.

For more ways to get rewarded for recycling, check out “10 Retailers That Will Pay You to Recycle Your Old Stuff.”

Mason Jar Lifestyle

In addition to a sitewide sale, home decor business Mason Jar Lifestyle is using its Facebook page to ask customers to make suggestions for “one product at 50% off for the day.”

Keep your eyes peeled to see what the retailer decides to offer.

Caribou Coffee

Buy the 16-ounce Earth Month stainless steel green tumbler — complete with the slogan “Love Our Earth” — for $39.99 and get free unlimited coffee and tea refills for the rest of the month.

You’ll also get a free Earth Day bag. Just use the coupon code “EarthDay” at checkout.

Grimaldi’s

Grimaldi’s Pizzeria will offer Traditional Cheese pizzas for just $10 on Monday, a spokesperson tells Money Talks News.

Natural Grocers

The grocery store chain’s Earth Day sale runs from Monday to Wednesday. Products by various environmentally friendly brands will be discounted.

On Earth Day itself, customers will receive a free reusable shopping bag (with a purchase) and the chance to win Natural Grocers gift cards (no purchase necessary).

Earth Origins Market

This grocery chain’s Earth Day sale runs from Saturday through Monday — when all organic produce and natural household cleaning products will be 22% off. Additionally, 10% of sales on hundreds of items going to benefit The Nature Conservancy.

Earth Fare

This grocery chain is offering Earth Day deals now through April 23.

On Earth Day itself, customers will receive a free packet of seeds with any purchase.

National Park Service

Celebrate Earth Day weekend with free admission to national parks across the country. On Saturday, the National Park Service is waiving entrance fees at many locations in honor of National Park Week.

EVOS

Stop by an EVOS restaurant on Monday and get a free Organic Milkshake. EVOS has four Florida locations.

Do you know of more great Earth Day freebies? Share them in comments below or on our Facebook page.

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