Earth Day Freebies You Don’t Want to Miss!

Published On April 22, 2013 | By Melly Allen | Cafe Mom, Community, Daily Deals, Entertainment, Family, Women

I love my freebies and deals! Earth Day is no exception, and I ventured over to MyLitter to see what great goodies she has rounded up for us to save on this 2013 Earth Day! Oh, by the way, check out Google today, they have a super cute Earth Day doodle. I just love those!

  • Zoya Nail Polish Exchange– Confirmed! From 4/19 to 4/26, 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.  More details here.
  • National Park Week – National Park week runs 4/20 – 4/28 and from 4/22- 4/26 the 401 national parks waive all entrance fees. See parks here.
  • Origins – $10 off $25 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
  • Starbucks – bring in a reusable cup and get a FREE hot or iced coffee or a hot or iced tea on 4/22. Be sure to call first, not all stores participate.
  • 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. See more about the necklace here.
  • Free Plantable Earth Day Cards– Request a set of 4 plantable greeting cards from Day2DayPrinting (free shipping too). Offer is valid until 4/22 or while supplies last.
  • EVOS – Free Organic Milkshake on 4/22 (locations in FL, GA and NC)
  • Target -Sunday, 4/21, Target will give away 1.5 million reusable bags at stores across the country, as well as coupon books that offer over $40 in savings. 250,000 of the reusable bags, will also contain samples of sustainable products, including method Dish Soap, Annie’s Bunny Grahams, Seventh Generation Laundry Detergent and Burt’s Bees Moisturizing Cream. Target’s Earth Day giveaway encourages guests to take advantage of Target’s $0.05 per reusable bag discount.
  • 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)
  • Jo-Ann Fabric – During the Simple Sunday event on April 21, customers can create Ball Jar Herb Planters to celebrate Earth Day – a great project for crafters of all ages and skill levels. The Free event will last as long as supplies do, or until 3 p.m. And on Monday, the first 50 customers in the store on 4/22 will recieve a FREE tote bag.
  • Michael’s Arts & Crafts – 3 great Kid’s Club craft events, 4/6, 4/13, 4/20. Read more here.
  • Anthropologie – Several locations are hosting a children’s potting event on 4/21. Several events held on 4/18 and 4/20 as well. (Thanks The Frugal Mom)
  • Happy Earth Day App: An interactive song to sing along with, in celebration of Earth Day.
  • Living Locurto – Free printable Earth Day Bookmarks. Laminate them and give to your kiddos to pass out at school.
  • Lowe’s Home Improvement Stores – FREE trees on 4/22? When I called 800 # the customer service rep said, yes they would be giving out Free tress on 4/22. But I called both my local stores and they said no. This year they are giving out packets of tomato seeds, while supplies last- starting now. So definitely call your store for participation.

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As the Community Director and Editor of Recess, Melly Allen is the Founder of the Recess Sandbox Revolution where she strives to unite Southern Nevada women by giving them a voice and place to connect and share. Melly is also a major Social Media Producer.

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