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Earth Day is April 22, and while the holiday is first and foremost an annual reminder to protect our planet, getting into the spirit can help you save some green, too.
Retailers and other institutions are offering Earth Day-themed deals to encourage environmentally friendly habits like recycling and reusing items. Here are six limited-time discounts and freebies that will better your world, and your bank account.
National parks: Entrance to all National Park Service sites is free April 21, the first day of National Park Week.
Buffalo Exchange: On April 21, all Buffalo Exchange locations will offer select clothing items for $1 each. Proceeds go to The 5 Gyres Institute, a nonprofit working to combat plastic pollution.
Amazon: Save up to 20% on nature-friendly home products throughout April.
Best Buy: Through April 28, trade in a working Apple Watch and receive $70 toward a new Series 3 Apple Watch.
BurgerFi: Diners can get the vegetarian VegeFi Burger and the plant-based Beyond Burger for $5 each at participating locations April 22. With any burger purchase, customers will also receive a free “plantable burger” that they can use to grow their own lettuce and tomatoes.
Staples: April 22-28, Staples Rewards members who recycle their old tech products in stores will get a coupon for $10 off a purchase of $30 or more.
It’s likely that more Earth Day offers will pop up elsewhere, so keep an eye on social media for up-to-date announcements from your favorite businesses. Promotions may vary, so check with specific locations for details and exclusions.