Earth Day Freebies, New Writers, and More

Posted by Madison on April 19, 2012

Earth Day is coming up (on Sunday), so of course we have to list the Earth Day freebies!

Announcement: New Writers

But before we get to that, I’m excited to announce that we have our new writers on board! Beginning next week, you’ll start to see their articles and get to know each of them. And just like last time (when we brought on Jill and Amanda) we’ll watch to see who is the most popular with readers over the next few months. The writers who get the best response will join us as staff writers going forward.

Earth Day Freebies

Target: Free Reusable Bag on Sunday. One bag per guest, near the Guest Service desk in stores.

Origins: Free Origins Cleanser when you trade in your old skincare cleanser.

Pottery Barn Kids: Free Sunflower Seeds on Saturday and Sunday.

Disney: Free reusable shopping bag when you bring 5 plastic shopping bags to any Disney Store to be recycled.

Expedia: Green Travel Guide. Celebrate Earth Day with green hotels and travel tips.

Amazon: Earth Day Sale on green cleaning products, personal care, lighting, baby products, toys and more.

National Parks: Entrance to all national parks are free this week.

Of course, if you are feeling ambitious, you can always make some big changes at your house to take advantage of the tax credit for solar panels.

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Comments to Earth Day Freebies, New Writers, and More

  1. Half Price Books is giving away a free reusaeable water bottle with a $25 or more purchase as well.

    Budgeting in the Fun Stuff

    • Oh good one to add! Thanks for adding to the list BFS.

      Madison

  2. I think more companies should be doing this sort of incentive-based giveaways.

    Why wait for earth day to get people to do things that are great for the environment?

    Brandon

    Brandon Schmid

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