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Earth day Freebies 2013

Earth Day freebies are freebies you can get on or around Earth Day that help celebrate the planet. Look below to find out how you can get Earth Day freebies such as free coffee, reusable bags, seeds, milkshakes, and more.

Tip: Earth Day 2013 is April 22 but be sure to note the dates below because not all of these Earth Day freebies are given away on that day.

Find more one day only freebies that happen during the year on freebie days.

1. Free Reusable Bag From Target

Earth Day Freebies 2013© Target

Visit your local Target store on Sunday, April 21, and get a free reusable bag beginning at 10:00 a.m. while supplies last.

Target will be giving out 1.5 million reusable bags and 250,000 of them will also include coupons and samples.

2. Free Coffee at Caribou Coffee

Earth Day Freebies 2013© Caribou Coffee

Here’s an Earth Day freebie to get you up and going. Bring in a reusable mug or tumbler to your nearest Caribou Coffee on Earth Day, April 22, and you’ll get filled up with a free coffee.

For every new like Caribou Coffee gets on Facebook, their sponsors will plant a fruit tree in Central or South America.

3. Free Reusable Bag From the Disney Store

Earth Day Freebies 2013© Disney Store

Bring in 5 plastic shopping bags into your local Disney Store on April 22nd and you’ll get an Earth Day freebie of a free reusable bag. Looks like you’ll get to choose between a Brave or Cars 2 bag.

 

4. Free Packet of Seeds From Pottery Barn Kids

Earth Day Freebies 2012© Pottery Barn Kids

Stop into a nearby Pottery Barn Kids store on April 20-22 and pick up a free packet of seeds from PBK.

There are many free events for kids at Pottery Barn Kids all during the year.

5. Free Entrance Into National Parks All Week

Earth Day Freebies 2012Photo: Ryan McVay / Getty Images

This Earth Day freebie will really help you celebrate the Earth! Go out to almost 400 national parks this week (April 22-26) and you don’t have to pay an entrance fee.

Check with each national park as well because there are many free events happening this week.

Source:  About.com

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