Earth Day Freebies

by Laura on April 21, 2014

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Earth Day Freebies

Earth Day is officially April 22nd but we see all kind of great deals around this date as well.

Here are some of the normal ones we see- as they confirm for 2014 I will let you know!

Carribou Coffee: Buy the Earth Month Tumbler and get unlimited coffee refills in April. – CONFIRMED for 2014

- day2dayprinting: Four Free Growable Earth Day Cards!

- Disney Store: Celebrate Earth Day at Disney Store! Visit any Disney Store on April 22, 2014 to receive a FREE Disney Nature Bears Reusable Tote Bag when you bring in 5 plastic bags. (NOTE: This offer is limited to 1 tote bag per guest, while supplies last.) – CONFIRMED for 2014

-JO-ANN FABRICThe first (50) customers at Jo-Ann Fabric stores will receive a FREEReusable Shopping Tote! (4/22 Only)- CONFIRMED for 2014

- National Parks: Visit Your Favorite National Park for FREE! (Weekend Before)- CONFIRMED for 2014

Peet’s Coffee: Free medium beverage with purchase of a mug or tumbler April 20-22. No coupon required.- CONFIRMED for 2014

- Target: Free Reuseable Shopping Bags (First Customers Nationwide)

- Wegman’s: The first 300 customers who bring in clean plastic bags on Saturday the 26th can exchange them for a coupon for a reusable bag.- CONFIRMED for 2014

And don’t forget the Earth Day Cupcakes and Earth Day Word Search!

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