Earth Day 2012 Freebies, Contests & Discounts

Earth Day 2012 is April 22! While one doesn’t typically think of shopping and consumption as the most earth friendly activity, stores aren’t letting that stop them from hosting Earth Day specials and promotions! 

Target is giving away reusable Target bags on April 22. Stop by the guest service desk to claim one!

Kellogg’s is giving away retro style reusable bags. Purchase two Kellogg’s cereals or Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts (10 oz. or larger) and fill out a form to get a bag.

Origins invites you to bring in one of your skincare products and they’ll swap it out for a full-size sample of one of their cleansers.

The National Park Service is offering free admission to any national park from April 21 to April 29.

Pottery Barn Kids is giving away free packets of sunflower seeds on April 21 and 22.

Whole Foods invites you to share a simple change you’re making this Earth Day for a chance to win a year supply of Eco-Scale cleaners.

Barnes & Noble is offering specific kids’ toys and games at 20% to celebrate Earth Day on April 22.

Lowe’s is giving away a million free trees on April 23, 2012.

Verde – Get a free Verde Energy Audit App for your iPad until April 22.

Disney Store – Get a free reusable tote when you bring in 5 plastic bags to recycle April 22.

Michael’s Arts & Crafts – Kids can decorate a free tote during the “Make-It-Take-It” activity from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. on April 22.

Jo-Ann Fabrics – First 50 customers get a reusable bag on April 22.

Caribou Coffee – Get a free cup of coffee when you bring your own cup on April 22.

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