Earth Day Freebies 2018
Sunday, April 22nd is Earth Day, which means you can snag some great freebies and offers out there! Please note that these offers are good on select days only and some may be while supplies last. As always, I encourage you to phone ahead to inquire if your store is participating (or to check on quantities left) before making a special trip out.
Last updated: April 18, 2018
Nationwide Earth Day Freebies & Deals
Amazon: Download a free interactive Earth Day children’s storybook.
Amazon: The highly rated Earth Day, Birthday! eBook is currently available for $0.99 on Amazon for Kindle (list price $3.99).
Amazon Warehouse: Take an extra 20% off select used items in celebration of Earth Week (items are marked and the discount applies at checkout).
Care2: Check out a number of free Earth Day e-cards you can send to a loved one.
Caribou Coffee: Buy the Earth Day Tumbler for $39.99 which will get you free coffee for the month of April as well as $3 specialty drinks.
Dunn Brothers Coffee: Save $1 off your beverage this week when you use a reusable mug and present this coupon (valid April 16th – 22nd).
EVOS: Come in for a free organic milkshake on April 20th (note the different date).
IKEA: Visit IKEA for a free Make Room for Nature event on April 21st and 22nd from 9:30 am – 4 pm. The first 200 IKEA FAMILY members in the door each day will receive a gift. You can also print a coupon for $25 off $150 or more, plus enjoy activities, giveaway opportunities, and restaurant specials.
Kiehl’s: Get a free reusable water bottle with any $100 purchase when you use the coupon code EARTH through April 22nd.
Michaels: Kids 3 and up can make a fun Earth Day project for just $2 or $5 each (depending on the project) on April 21st from 10 am – noon.
National Parks: Get free entrance to all National Parks on April 21st. For more information and to see the list of parks, please visit the National Parks website.
Natural Grocers: Get a free reusable bag with purchase, plus they’ll be randomly giving away gift cards at checkout all day long.
Origins: Get a free reusable tote and deluxe samples with a $45 purchase when you use the coupon code DISCOVER (tote only available in store).
Primary Games: Kiddos can play a number of free Earth Day games online at PrimaryGames.com.
Punchbowl: Send a free Earth Day eCard or two to a loved one.
Staples: Gather up your old technology and bring it to your nearest Staples store for recycling from April 22nd – 28th. Rewards members who do this will receive a coupon for $10 off your purchase of $30 or more (it’s free to join Staples Rewards).
Tanger Outlets: The first 300 shoppers on April 21st and 22nd will receive a free Eco-Tote and wildflower seeds. Just show any Tanger Outlets store receipt at Shopper Services. Plus, five random Eco-Totes will feature a green ticket for a $100 shopping spree.
Target: Recycle your old car seats at Target April 22nd – May 5th and you’ll save 20% on a new one. Details here.
Wegmans: Bring in a bundle of clean and dry plastic bags to Wegmans on April 21st from 11 am – 3 pm and you’ll receive a free recyclable bag.
Youfit Health Clubs: Stop by on April 23rd form 9 am – 9 pm for a nationwide Earth Day open house. They’ll be hosting free workouts, group exercise classes, and lots more.
Zoya: Exchange your unwanted nail polish for brand-new bottles at Zoya.com and you’ll save 50% plus get free shipping with coupon code HEALTHY through April 29th – minimum of 6.
Seattle/Tacoma Earth Day Events
Discovery Park (Seattle): Join National Wildlife Federation, Seattle Parks and Recreation, and more than 20 other groups for free kids activities on April 21st from 1 – 5 pm as part of the Wildlife Festival.
Haller Lake Community Club (Seattle): Friday, April 20th from 7:30 – 9:30 pm is the Celebrating Our Earth event. Snacks will be on hand; donations welcome.
IslandWood (Bainbridge Island): Explore the woods with the Afternoon on the Trails event on Sunday, April 22nd from 1 – 5 pm and consult with the Ask the Naturalist panel to determine what you’ve discovered. Maps will be available, and greeters can suggest a route that is suitable for your family and abilities.
Kids Discovery Museum (Bainbridge Island): Enjoy special Earth Day Birding Weekend activities April 20th – 22nd, all free with normal admission.
Lewis Creek Park Visitor Center (Bellevue): Bellevue’s annual Arbor Day – Earth Day Family Festival is being held on April 21st from 11 am – 1:30 pm. Check out free activities and eco-demonstrations, journey through various eco-stations, and enter to win a prize.
Magnuson Children’s Garden (Seattle): Check out the Earth Day Celebration on April 21st from 10 am – 2 pm. Activities include a community stewardship event, a family garden class, and garden and nature exploration activities.
Seattle ReCreative and Chocolati: Stop by for an Earth Day Celebration from 10 am – 2 pm for Earth Day activities and treats.
Tacoma Nature Center: Check out the free Earth Day Migration Celebration event on April 21st from 12 – 4 pm. Recommended for ages 4 and up.
Top Ten Toys (Seattle): Celebrate the natural world through creativity at the free Earth Day Craft Playday on April 19th from 4 – 5 pm.
W.W. Seymour Botanical Conservatory (Tacoma): Stop by on April 22nd between 11 am – 3 pm to plant veggie and flower seeds, learn about pollinators and low water landscapes, and learn how to make your own homemade cleaners at the Earth Day Weekend Celebration.
Washington State Parks: Earth Day is a free day for Washington State Parks – no Discover Pass required.
If you’re aware of an offer I’ve missed, please feel free to share by leaving a comment. Thanks!
Need a fun Earth Day craft? Check out this Earth Day Craft: Boot Planters I made with my daughter’s old rain boots!