Target’s Running Their Car Seat Trade-In Event Again!

Thanks to Target’s car seat trade-in program, parents can get rid of old car seats they no longer use in exchange for a 20% coupon for baby gear.

Seats, boosters, and bases that have been outgrown, in an accident, or simply expired all qualify.

As if we need another reason to love their stores.

The program, which runs from Sunday, April 16th until Saturday, April 29th, is an attempt to reduce waste by turning all that sticky icky into recycled products like plastic buckets, grocery carts, and construction materials. So, not only do you rid your house of baby stuff that takes up a lot of space, but you’ll also feel good about yourself because you’re recycling. Apir!

All car seat brands are accepted in the Target Take Back recycling area at participating stores. All you have to do is bring in a car seat you no longer need, drop it off at the designated recycling area and then pick up your coupon for 20% off select baby items.

Here’s how the target car seat trade-in works

Bring an old car seat or base to a nearby Target and place it in the designated box inside the store.

Open your Target App to scan the code on the box. Speak to a Member of the Guest Services Team if you need assistance.

Open your Wallet in the Target App and check ‘Additional offers’ to find your coupon.

Click the green checkmark next to the offer and place your order online, or scan your barcode at the register.

It’s very easy

The coupon is good for any car seat and/or select baby items you purchase in store or on Just make sure to download the Target App so you can get access to the coupon right then and there.

Coupons can be used in store or online and are valid until May 13th, 2023.

I love this initiative because it means Target will join the ranks of other businesses aiming to keep car seat materials out of landfills.

In fact, since the first round of trade-ins in 2016, they’ve recycled more than 32.9 million pounds of plastic, which is pretty impressive. That’s a heck of a lot of Cheerio dust. Good job, Target!

Related: Finding the Best Infant Car Seat

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