Earth Day Freebies and Deals 2013
Origins – $10 off $25 Origins.com purchase, plus Free Standard Shipping + a free sample at checkout, in celebration of Earth Day! Offer is valid from 6pm 4/22 – 6am 4/23 (gift sets excluded). Use Offer Code TENOFF at checkout. Please note: This year Origins is NOT sponsoring a Trade-in Event
Michael’s Arts & Crafts – 3 great Kid’s Club craft events, 4/6, 4/13, 4/20. And Upcycle your old t-shirt into trendy accessories on 4/20.
Caribou Coffee – Bring in a reusable cup on 4/22/13 and receive a FREE Coffee. Also, during April, for each new Like they receive on Facebook, Caribou will plant a fruit tree in Central or South America to help restore the earth and provide a source of food trading for the local communities. See details on both offers here. NOTE- Ohio readers, most Caribou locations are closing 4/14, so be sure to check if your location is still open.
Pottery Barn Kids: Get a FREE packet of seeds from 4/20 – 4/22, while supplies last in store.
Recyclebank – Earn over 500 points in April with the Eco Time Capsule.
The Vintage Pearl – 50% of each Vintage Earth Charm necklace sold in April goes to to Blood:Water Mission, founded by music group Jars of Clay, who is working hard to overcome the HIV/AIDS and water crisis in Africa.
Disney Store – On 4/22 receive a FREE Brave or Cars 2 Reusable Bag when you come in and recycle 5 plastic shopping bags. Call store to confirm participation. (Ohio stores are)
EVOS – Free Organic Milkshake on 4/22 (locations in FL, GA and NC)
Verde - FREE Verde Energy Audit App for iPad. With over 20,000 people using this tool to be more green, the average person learns how they can save $774.43 in electricity costs, or over 54%. 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.
Lowe’s Home Improvement Stores – FREE trees on 4/22, packets of tomato seeds, while supplies last. Call local Lowe’s for more information.
Thanks, Mission to Save!