Trade-In Your Car Seat For Discount On A New One In The Quad Cities
As a new parent, my baby's car seat, stroller, and all of that stuff are brand new. But if you are still holding onto a car seat that hasn't been sat in for quite some time, that's damaged, or expired, you can trade in that car seat for a discount towards a new one. Target is holding its biannual Car Seat Trade-in event over the rest of the month of April so now is the time to trade yours in.
Twice a year, customers of Target can bring an old, expired, or damaged car seat to Target and recycle it. When a customer does that, Target will give them a coupon on the Target app or Target.com/circle for 20% off one car seat, one stroller, or select baby gear. The first window for the Car Seat Trade-in event at Target just started, but it won't last long.
From April 18-30, 2022, Target customers will have the opportunity to stop into any Target (with the exception of select small format stores) and trade their old car seat in. The 20% discount coupon that participating customers will receive will be good until May 14, 2022. The great news, the 20% discount coupon can be redeemed twice!
All Targets in the Quad Cities and locations throughout Iowa, Illinois, and Wisconsin are participating. The Target locations in the Quad Cities and surrounding area are listed below:
- 5225 Elmore Avenue, Davenport, IA 52807
- 900 42nd Ave Dr, Moline, IL 61265
- 1071 W Carl Sandburg Dr, Galesburg, IL 61401
- 525 S Gear Ave, West Burlington, IA 52655
- 113 E Washington St, Iowa City, IA 52240
- 1441 Coral Ridge Ave, Coralville, IA 52241
- 3400 Edgewood Rd SW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52404
- 1030 Blairs Ferry Rd NE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52402
- 3500 Dodge St, Dubuque, IA 52003
Target says that this program is another way they are working to make it easier for customers to make and access more sustainable choices. It is also a way to drive progress for Target's sustainability commitments through Target Forward.
Target has been doing its Car Seat Trade-in events since April of 2016. Since its first event, Target has recycled 1,700,000 car seats or 25.4 million pounds of car seat material. Materials from the old car seats will be recycled by Target’s partner, Waste Management.