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2014 Earth Day Round-Up

12:00 PM MST
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Earth Day is tomorrow, April 22nd! Below is a round-up of the great freebies that you’ll be able to score in honor of this special day. Enjoy! :) Screen Shot 2014-04-17 at 10.44.58 AM



On April 22nd, enjoy a FREE Organic Milkshake at EVOS! To find an EVOS location near you, just go here.


*Disney Store*

On April 22nd, Disney Store (scroll down to see this upcoming event advertised) is offering up a FREE reusable bag in honor of Earth Day! Just bring in 5 plastic bags to get your Disney Nature Bears reusable bag, while supplies last. Head here for the Disney Store locator.


If you have children between the ages of 5 & 8, many Anthropologie locations are hosting a Butterfly Craft event during Earth week (each location has different times and days, so be sure to look at this list for more details). Before heading out, click here to make sure your local store is participating and be sure to call ahead to R.S.V.P.

*Pottery Barn*

April 21st-25th, head on in to your local Pottery Barn (with the kiddos!) where the kids will be able to participate in an eco-inspired treasure hunt! Plus, if they are able to find them, they’ll be able to take home a plantable bookmark!


The first 300 customers who bring a clean plastic bag into their closest Wegman’s location on April 26th from 11AM-3PM will score a coupon valid for a FREE re-usable bag!



*Kids Earth Day Apps*

Head on over to iTunes to download The Four Seasons – an Interactive Children’s storybook completely FREE! Plus, here are 2 more great Earth Day apps for the kiddos…

*The Lorax Earth Day Sale $0.99 (Reg. $4.99!)
*Lorax Garden $0.99 (Reg. $4.99!)

*FREE Adult Earth Day App*

If you have an iPad, head on over to the iTunes Store to download this highly rated app called Verde completely FREE!

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.

(Thanks, Suzanne, Melissa, Free Stuff Times, Freebie Shark, Mission to Save & Spend Less Shop More!)

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  • Anna C says:

    Waldbaum’s has Seventh Generation products on sale this week. The 25oz dish detergent is on sale for $2.49. has a $1 coupon for it so it would make it $1.49 tax! :D Just wanted to share in case someone is interested.

  • Mel says:

    No free reusable bag @ Target this year? Didn’t they always give one away in years past?

    • Nikki says:

      They’ve also had a lot of complaints because the bags were so small. I dont understand why people complain about things that are free.

    • MissiontoSave says:

      I actually think is has to do with when the event usually falls. In the past, Target has done it the Sunday before Earth Day. Since this year that fell on Easter (and they were closed- Kudos), I think it was easy to just not do it. At least that is my theory. ;)

    • tina says:

      They said they are not doing it this year…I always look forward to it because the coupon books make for great deals on the “green” products I buy :(

    • CW says:

      Good point Mel- you are right! Their profit last quarter was way down so maybe they cancelled it?

  • Em says:

    We <3 Earth Day!!!! I'm so excitied. We treat it as our Christmas, gifts and all! Gifts are gently used items from garage sales, of course! We spend all of April not buying a single "new" item. We can buy whatever we need (and some want!) used, but nothing from a store! We don't step foot in one all month. We eat from the pantry and freezer, using up the last of our garden stock from the previous year cleaning out for new garden stock!

    • Kelli says:

      That is a fabulous idea, but what about things like milk or bread?

      • Em says:

        We are vegan, so no milk. We buy wheat in bulk to fresh grind, and bake our own bread, so it’s something we only buy every 4-6 months. :) The best part about a no spend challenge is you can tweek it a bit, if you need milk go and buy it but only buy it and force yourself not to check the clearance racks and such.

  • beth says:

    Target stated they are not doing that this year.

  • sonia says:

    Origins: Select stores may be participating in Origin’s Earth Day promo: 4/17-4/26: Celebrate Earth Day 4/22 with an Origins mini facial and receive an exclusive Earth Day Tote with any $65 purchase. Reuse, Reduce, Recycle, you can bring your empty cosmetic containers into Origins and they’ll recycle them for you for free!

  • sonia says:

    Starbucks: Bring your travel mug to Starbucks to get Free Coffee or Tea at Starbucks on Earth Day (April 22). No coupon required! (Some have said this is a rumor, but many stores are participating. I recommend calling ahead to see if yours is giving free coffee.)

  • sonia says:

    H-E-B: Bring in 5 plastic bags, and they give you a Free tote bag, 4/22.

  • sonia says:

    Ann Arbor Area:  43rd Annual Earth Day FestivalCalifornia Businesses can get an awesome Recycling Container free!Earth Day Texas  is a two day festival in Dallas, TX, on 4/26 & 4/27. Admission is free!NASA: Free Family Activities in Washington D.C 4/20- 4/22New Orleans: Celebrate Earth Day 2014 at Louis Armstrong Park on Saturday, April 19th, 10 am to 7:30 pm!Northwest Indiana: Free Family Fun day 9th annual Northwest Indiana Earth Day Celebration. The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 19, at the Porter County Expo Center, 215 E. Division Rd., Valparaiso.Pleasanton, CA:  Free Community E-Waste Eventfor Earth Day. Residents can drop their items on April 18 between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. and on April 19 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.San Louis Obispo, CA: Sunday, 4/27 – 10 am to 5 pm, 24th annual Earth Day Fair & Music Festival. Free bus rides from SLO City Transit Center, carpool with your family and friends, or bicycle to El Chorro Regional Park and SLO Botanical Gardens for a day of discovery, exploration, inspiration and fun for all ages. Admission is free.Santa Barbara, CA: Earth Day Festival 2014 April 26-27, Alameda ParkSouth Louisiana: 6th Annual Earth Day South LATakoma Park, MD: 2014 Takoma Park Earth Day event Sunday, 4/27, from 10 am – 4 pmWashington, D.C.: Earth Day 2014 at Union Station, free admission. activities, entertainment, discussion panels, contests, games, giveaways and more, with a full day of special events and entertainment on Earth Day 4/22York, PA:  Free tire disposal thru Earth Day 2014

  • Criket Godwin says:

    I tried to find that app for global soundscape and it’s not on the app store on the iPhone do you know when it’s going to be available

  • Tarri says:

    Picked up my Disney Store Reusable Tote. Was surprised they still had some left.

  • Chrissy says:

    krrb is another great app for earth day! you can sell your secondhand things locally (rather than throwing them out!) without having to be concerned or annoyed with craigslist.

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