Earth Day Freebies

April 21, 2011 by staff 

Earth Day Freebies, Happy Earth Day, folks! Many retailers are celebrating giving gifts to promote the mantra of reduce, reuse, recycle.

Free Full-Size Origins Cleanser: Earth Day, on Friday, April 22 you can receive a free full-sized Origins Cleanser (and 20 losses) at the skin care recycle any existing product of yours. Complete this form and lead a full or empty bottle of your current product at any Origins store. You can choose a Free Checks and Balances Frothy Face Wash or A Perfect World White Tea Antioxidant Cleanser with return of bottle age. Offer good while supplies last. Find a store near you Origen.

Free tree from Lowe’s: Lowe’s, in partnership with American Forest, is giving away one million trees throughout the country on Saturday, April . Supplies are limited and available on a first-come, first serve basis. When planted millions of trees produce 260 million pounds of oxygen per year, providing the air for more than 670,000 people for one year. Customers will be able scanning a 2D bar code on the stock of trees from a mobile phone for instant access to the facts of trees and a little information video on how to plant and care for the tree.

Free coffee at Caribou and Starbucks: Friday, April 22 Caribou and Starbucks are both giving basic drip coffee. Bring your own reusable cup at any store and get a free fill. It’s a perfect day to go for a coffee date with a friend or loved one, do not you think?

Cup of soup and bread sticks in Eddington: Potentially inspired by snow this week, you can get a cup of soup and bread sticks anywhere Eddington. To get yours, you must subscribe to e-mail every day of purchase, a site much every day. Once registered, the coupon will be added to your account. The coupon is valid until July 31. Eddington has facilities in Coon Rapids, Edina, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Minnetonka, and Roseville.

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