Earth Day Freebies - April 22, 2015
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Earth Day Freebies – April 22, 2015

Posted on Tuesday, April 21st, 2015 at 10:45 am
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Earth Day is April 22. Check out some of these offers to reward you for Green Thinking and for taking care of the Earth. Thanks to Mission to Save for this list of Earth Day Freebies and Deals!

Anthropologie Many locations are hosting a children’s Rainforest Craft event during Earth Week. Check your local store for time and participation. #AnthroEarthDay

Caribou Coffee – Unlimited free refills now through April 30th when you purchase the Earth Month tumbler. Supplies are limited.

Disney Store On 4/22 receive 1 FREE Disneynature Monkey Kingdom Reusable tote with purchase. Call store to confirm participation. To see offer details go here and scroll to bottom.

Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy + UltraViolet)– Snag this great video combo for $13 + FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Remember, Amazon prices can change at anytime.

EVOS – Free Organic Milkshake on 4/22 (locations in FL, GA and NC)

Make Every Day Earth Day BookmarkFree printable Earth Day Bookmarks. Laminate them and give to your kiddos to pass out at school.

National Park WeekNational Park week runs 4/18 – 4/26/15. So on 4/18-19, the 401 national parks will have Free park entrance. See parks here.

Origins An Origins rep messaged me that there will be a Free tote with purchase offer and to watch Facebook for an announcement on Earth Day. Please note last year Origins did NOT sponsors a Trade-in Event.

Penzeys Spices – Free Heal the World Mug when you use code 94049C at checkout (you will pay shipping). Or email subscribers look for an email with a coupon for in store redemption. Offer ends 4/22.

Pottery Barn Kids On Tuesday April 21 kids can create a Free biodegradable flower pot- including seeds to plant. Details here, space is limited and must call store to RSVP.

Recyclebank Rewards you for taking everyday green actions. Earn points to redeem for rewards with discounts and deals from local and national businesses.

Schoola– Recycle your wardrobe too! Right now Schoola is offering FREE Shipping (limited time) and if you are a new member you can snag $15 free credit (= FREE Clothes!). Join Schoola here for Free $15 credit

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.

ThredUP– Another site to upcycle your clothes. Save an extra 20% 4/21-4/22. Join ThredUP here and get a Free $10 credit too.

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.

Wegman’s Grocery– On April 26th from 11AM-3PM in all stores, the first 300 customers to bring in a bunch of clean, dry plastic bags that day will receive a coupon for a reusable shopping bag.

Zoya Nail Polish Exchange– Offer confirmed for 2015! 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. Check for details here.

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