Spring cleaning time has arrived and as people across the Northland set off on the mission to declutter, Target stores have a great opportunity for parents to accomplish that goal and save money in the process.

Target has announced its Car Seat Trade-In Program is returning, with another car seat trade-in window opening in April. Anyone in possession of an old, expired, or damaged car seat is encouraged to bring it to the Target store closest to them.

As a bonus, anyone who takes advantage of the Car Seat Trade-In event to recycle their car seat will receive a coupon, redeemable on the Target app or at  Target.com/circle,  for 20% off one car seat, one stroller, or selected baby gear. This coupon can be redeemed through May 13, 2023.

The next Target Car Seat Trade-In event is from Sunday, April 16 through Saturday, April 29. Target says this program is one way they're working to make it easier for their guests to "make and access more sustainable choices, and to drive progress for our sustainability commitments through Target Forward, which includes commitments to eliminate waste."

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Target adds that its sustainability strategy takes a holistic approach, with efforts focused on business driving positive impact for both people and the planet.

We see sustainability efforts as part of an interconnected system, where our actions to help address climate, restore natural systems, and drive opportunity and equity for our teams, communities and partners impact and reinforce one another to create change that is good for all.

Since 2016, the Target Car Seat Trade-In Program has recycled 2.19 million car seats, which means that an astounding 32.9 million pounds of car seat materials have been recycled since that time.

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