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March 27, 2021
Target’s popular car seat trade-in program is returning this Monday, April 5 through Saturday, April 17, 2021!
For this limited time, you will be able to turn in an unused or expired car seat at guest services and receive a voucher for 20% off your next purchase of a car seat, car seat base, booster seat or stroller, and select baby home gear at Target stores or online at Target.com.
You must be enrolled in the Target Circle program to take advantage of the offer and you’ll have to redeem that voucher by May 21, 201.
To help save the planet! The car seats you turn in will be recycled by Waste Management which will turn your old seats into things like shopping carts, buckets and construction materials!
Target has held several recycling programs like this since 2016 and has recycled more than ONE MILLION car seats which equals out to 17+ million pounds of waste that DID NOT end up in land fills! Pretty cool.
During the program dates, you can drop off your old car seat at one of the car seat collection boxes near Guests Services at your local participating store. Make sure you’ve already registered with the Target Circle program to save time. There will be scan sheets near the collection boxes to scan into your Target Circle account from your phone.
Pretty simple process and it’s a win-win since you get to save $$ while doing a small part to save the planet!
We knew we already loved Target, but now we love them even more!
Speaking of love…we are loving all of the valuable information Michelle Pratt of Safe in the Seat shared with us during our Facebook Live a couple years ago at the Target on Gandy Blvd in Tampa.
Related Stories by Michelle Pratt:
We met with her to learn more about what we as parents can do to better ensure our children’s safety on the road. Did you know as many as 90% of us are not properly using our children’s car seats?? It’s staggering. The certified car seat inspector shares important tips and advice on what to look for in your new car seat or booster seat along with some other great safety tips you must hear!
Check out our LIVE interview with Michelle from 2018 (info the same, but dates are not for 2020’s program.)
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