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Old, Expired Car Seats Taking Up Space? Don't Miss Target & Walmart's Car Seat Trade In Events

Target and Walmart Car Seat Trade in Events Coming Soon


Target's Recycling Event Happening September 3-13, 2019

During which time, they will accept all types of car seats. This includes infant, convertible, harness seats, boosters, and car seat bases. Have an expired or damaged seat? They'll accept those too! (Pretty awesome, right?)

Waste Management is working with Target to recycle the materials from the old seats.

What do you get in return?

You can receive a 20% off coupon for a brand new car seat, stroller, or other select baby gear! You'll want to hurry and take advantage of your reward fast. The coupon expires September 14, 2019.


Walmart Trade In Event Hosted September 16-30, 2019

Walmart is participating in a car seat trade in event for the first time, and it's anticipated to be the nation's largest. The big chain is launching this special event in nearly 4,000 store in the United States.

What's accepted?

Any brand of car seat except for boosters can be traded in. The catch? Only 2 car seats will be accepted per household.

The incentive?

You'll receive a $30 Gift card! You can use it online or in store to buy something new for your baby.

Added bonus? The car seat that kept your little one safe gets recycled! Tom Szaky, the CEO and Founder of TerraCycle, stated "Through this event, we expect to divert the plastic equivalent of approximately 35 million water bottles from landfills."

Is your local Walmart participating?

Check it out here!

What are you waiting for? Dust off the old car seats that are simply taking up space, and get rewarded!

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