Earth Day deals and freebies
You can save money while saving the planet. Free mugs, cleanser, plants and $1 ink refills.
Today, April 22, is Earth Day, and the only thing better than saving the planet is getting free stuff while saving the planet.
We’ve already told you about the great deal for free admission to national parks through April 25.
Here are some Earth Day freebies and deals:
- The first 30 customers to purchase a 32-ounce smoothie at Planet Smoothie April 22 will receive a free MacDaddy mug. Bring the mug back for subsequent visits and get a 10% discount on refills.
- Visit any Origins counter April 22 with a bottle of your current skin care product (cleanser, moisturizer, etc.) and exchange it for a free full-size bottle of one of their gentle cleansers. Choose from Checks & Balances or A Perfect World. The deal includes department store locations.
- Kids get a free plant from Pottery Barn Kids when they visit the store for events at 11 a.m and 3 p.m.
- Get a free reusable tote bag at any Babies R Us April 22 with this printable coupon. Fill it with shoes and clothes and save 25%.
- Disney Stores are offering a free hat in exchange for tossing six empty plastic bottles into a bin.
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