This week’s Free Money Friday offer is a really interesting one! RecycleBank allows you to earn points for taking green actions like recycling household goods and cutting back on your energy use.

Earning RecycleBank points also goes along great with the Earth Day Freebie celebration this weekend!

What is RecycleBank?

RecycleBank trades the actions you make that have a positive, green impact on your home for points that you can use for rewards you choose.

Rewards can include products, discounts and coupons from the world’s leading brands (think: Kashi, Footlocker, Dunkin Donuts).

How It Works

  1. Register for RecycleBank.
  2. Earn points for taking everyday green actions.
  3. Redeem points for great rewards like discounts on groceries, entertainment and even gift cards.

RecycleBank Terms and Conditions

  • Registration is currently open to residents of the U.S. and U.K only.
  • As long as your Recyclebank account is active at least once every twelve (12) months (meaning there’s some points-earning or points-spending), your points won’t expire.

More on RecycleBank

Gift Cards. If you want to redeem your Recycle Bank points for gift cards, you can choose from companies including The Home Depot, Best Buy, iTunes, Walmart, the Gap, various restaurants and more.

Referral Program. Encourage your neighbors & friends to become members & you’ll get 25 Recyclebank Points for each person that you refer.

Donations. In addition to redeeming your points for gift cards and coupons, you can also choose to donate your points.

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Comments to Free Gift Cards from Recycle Bank

  1. That’s too bad that this is not available here in Canada. It sounds like a great program. The only thing I wonder about is how they hold you accountable. What’s to stop someone from stretching the truth or outright lying about their contributions?

    Modest Money

  2. Ive never heard of Recycle Bank but it sounds really interesting. I’ll have to check it out!

    MoneySmartGuides

  3. Has anyone tried this out before? I like the idea.

    Linda


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