The picking are pretty slim this year but we do have a few Earth Day deals.
1. National Park Service: April 16-24
All National Park Service entrance fees are waived for Earth Week, to encourage Americans to get outdoors and enjoy one of the 410 national parks nationwide. If you have a fourth grader, bring him or her along with you. That’s because National Park Service “Every Kid in a Park” events encourage fourth-grade students to visit national parks and other public lands by offering them a free annual pass. Go here for more info about National Park Week activities throughout the country.
*** I went to Historic Jamestowne this week- it was so much fun! ***
2. Natural Grocers: April 22-23
Natural Grocers, with more than 100 stores in 19 states, is hosting a two-day Earth Day celebration with tons of freebies, including food tastings, an ice cream social and a free reusable shopping bag, while supplies last. Get more information on the Natural Grocers’ website.
3. Ruby Tuesday: April 22
Ruby Tuesday’s Earth Day freebie is actually a BOGO deal—buy one, get one. That is, when guests buy one Garden Bar, they get one free on April 22 ($9.99 value). You can access the coupon for this BOGO through So Connected (the Ruby Tuesday e-club) and Ruby Tuesday’s Facebook page.
4. EVOS: April 22
Just like in the past, EVOS is giving away free organic milkshakes on Earth Day.
5. Zoya Nail Polish Exchange– 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. Offer valid thru 4/28. Check for details and code here.