Trade-In Old Baby Gear For 25% Off at Babies R UsMacki West
Remember when I discovered that my infant car seat expired and I cut it apart and tossed it? Well, I had no idea that Babies R Us has a campaign for turning in your old stuff to get 25% off new stuff. Breaks my frugal heart. Had I known I would have saved both my expired infant seat and the toddler seat from the trash so I could use them to get savings on new gear I had to purchase. Total bummer. That’s why I felt it was necessary to pass this important info along. For a limited time check out all of what they will take in exchange for a discount…
The 2013 Great Trade-In event will take place in Babies”R”Us® and Toys”R”Us® stores nationwide from Friday, January 18 through Sunday, February 10.
The “Great Trade-In” event is a national safety program designed to draw attention to the fact that certain used baby products, like cribs and car seats, can carry potential hazards, but are still in circulation and are not the best candidates to be handed down or resold. Beyond recalls, certain older and used baby items can be potentially unsafe for a variety of reasons, including damage or lack of compliance with recent advances in product safety standards.
Since introducing the “Great Trade-In” event in September 2009, approximately 900,000 potentially unsafe cribs, car seats and other baby products most of which were in extremely poor condition have been turned in at “R” Us stores across the country.
Customers can visit their local Babies”R”Us or Toys”R”Us store to trade-in used cribs or baby products. Day care centers or other organizations that wish to exchange items in bulk are encouraged to contact their local Babies”R”Us or Toys”R”Us store prior to returning their used items to ensure adequate availability of new merchandise.
For additional information, please visit Babiesrus.com/trade-in.
Additional information on Toys”R”Us, Inc. safety initiatives, tips to keep kids safe and to sign up to receive e-mail notifications about product recalls, you can visit Toysrus.com/Safety.
Follow Macki on Twitter for updates!