Today is Earth Day, (April 22.) Several businesses are offering steals and deals to encourage us to take care of Mother Earth. A big thank you to Mary from Mission to Save for compiling this list of Earth Day Deals and Steals for us.
2019 edition, now expired…..
Earth Day Deals and Steals 2019
For Earth Day 2019, the theme of which is “Protect Our Species,” shoe brand Allbirds is releasing five new limited-edition colors inspired by endangered birds. One new shoe will be released a day starting April 15 through April 19.
Get 40% off open-box electronics through April 27. These electronics have been returned in accordance with Best Buy’s return policy and have been inspected by Best Buy to confirm they are in top notch condition.
CafePress is offering 20% off items in the Earth Day collection with promo code EARTH19.
Buy the straw-less Earth Month tumbler and score free refills of hot coffee or tea and $2 crafted press beverages through the end of April. Purchase the tumbler online, and get a free reusable Earth Day tote bag with promo code EarthDay.
EVOS – Free Organic Milkshake on 4/22 (locations in FL, GA and NC). And since Earth Day falls on a Monday this year, you can also take advantage of their BOGO Meatless Monday offer: Buy 1 Get 1 Free on all Meatless Burgers, Wraps, Salads and Bowls.
Get 40% off your first box of produce from April 22 through May 5 with code earthday2019.
Bring in your used (make sure it’s clean and dry) denim from any brand, and get a 20% discount off your purchase. The donated denim will be transformed into insulation for schools, libraries and low-income housing built by Habitat for Humanity via the Blue Jeans Go Green program.
Make Every Day Earth Day Bookmark – Free printable Earth Day bookmarks.
Get the Earth Month Trio gift (a reusable tote bag, a bottle of Mega-Mushroom lotion and a flowering plantable pencil) with purchases of $45 or more.
Recyclebank – Rewards you for taking everyday green actions. Earn points to redeem for rewards with discounts and deals from local and national businesses.
SmartBuyGlasses.com– 50% off OhMyWoodness! collection for Earth Day. Also every item purchased from the OhMyWoodness! collection helps plant life-saving trees in Haiti, Madagascar or Nepal. By partnering with the world renowned Eden Projects, an educational charity, SmartBuyGlasses has ensured that this range of eyewear goes the extra mile in the fight for environmental protection. Celebrate sustainability and green fashion!
From April 22 through May 4, trade in an old car seat and get a 20% off coupon toward a new car seat, base, travel system, stroller or select other baby gear purchase. The coupon is good through May 11.
The Four Seasons App: The Four Seasons – An Earth Day Interactive Children’s Story Book HD includes a song to sing along with and puzzle in celebration of Earth Day.
Verde – FREE Verde Energy Audit App for iPad. Verde helps you find the best things in your home to update and become more energy efficient. Find out exactly how much money and environmental impact that you can save by upgrading to a new television, refrigerator, air conditioner or lighting.
Get 20% off outdoor furniture with promo code 20OUTDOOR from now through April 29.
Zazzle- Up to 50% Off Posters, Mugs, Totes, Pillows & More and 15% Off Sitewide, Limited Time! Enter code: ZHELLOAPRILZ
Zoya Nail Polish Exchange– Order 6 to 24 bottles of participating Zoya Nail polish at a 50% discount. Then send in your old, non-Zoya polish for proper disposal. Offer valid thru 4/29/19. Check for details and code here.
Here is a list of stores that will reward you for recycling not just on Earth Day but every day.
Amazon Trade-In – Turn in your used items for an Amazon Gift Card, even if you bought them at other retailers. Trade in your cellphones, tablets, laptops, video games or consoles and books.
H&M – Take old clothing and home items, like bedding or towels, to the nearest H&M location and drop it in one of their in-store collection boxes for a sweet coupon.
Madewell – Bring in that old pair of jeans sitting in your closet into any Madewell store and receive $20 off a new pair. You’ll be proud you did — Blue Jeans Go Green turns that old denim into housing insulation for communities around the country.
The North Face – “Every year 85% of textiles produced ends up in landfills. Clothing. Shoes. Gear. Wasted, without a second thought. But it doesn’t have to be this way. We can shift from a traditional, linear model to a circular model where people share, resell, repair and recycle clothing to keep them out of landfills and in the value chain. A world where people can have more experiences with less waste.
The North Face Renewed is a collection of refurbished clothing remade to explore, more. Whether previously worn, returned, damaged or defective, it’s inspected, washed and tuned up for your next adventure. It’s the same great quality and performance you expect from The North Face with less impact on the earth.”
Levi’s – If you’re like most of us, you’re starting to get that itch for Spring Cleaning. Your once pristine stack of jeans and sweaters is toppling over and now that the sun is peeking out, it’s time to make some changes. We have the perfect solution.
In January 2014, Levi Strauss & Co. launched a clothing recycling initiative with I:COin the US that allowed consumers to recycle clothing and shoes in stores to reduce the volume of waste being sent to landfills every year
Kiehl’s –Only full-size product will receive a stamp, deluxe samples and complimentary products can be returned for recycling but do not warrant a stamp. Each customer can redeem one reward per month (one reward = ten empty full-sized containers) for a 2.5oz travel-size product worth up to $11 in value.
For the Official Recycle and Be Rewarded policy, please speak to a Kiehl’s Customer Representative. See rules
MAC – If you love MAC products (who doesn’t?) and have at least six packaging containers lying around, take them to the closest counter immediately to trade them in for a free lipstick!
Lush – If you’re an avid Lush fan and have accumulated five or more plastic pots that had originally housed a liquid product, bring them to your local Lush retailer and they’ll reward you with a free mask.