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Car Seat Trade-in Event FAQ

Car Seat Trade-in Event FAQ

What is the car seat trade-in program? Guests who trade in their old car seats will receive a 20 percent off coupon toward a new car seat, car seat base, travel system, stroller or select baby home gear. Select baby home gear includes playards, highchairs, swings, rockers & bouncers.

When is the car seat trade-in program taking place? Sunday, September 9 through Saturday, September 22, 2018. What type of car seat qualifies for a trade in? Target will accept and recycle all types of car seats, including: infant car seats, convertible car seats, car seat bases, harness or booster car seats, as well as car seats that are expired or damaged. Guests will receive a 20 percent off coupon for trading in any one of these items.

Where do I bring my old car seat to trade-in? Car seats can only be traded in at a Target store. Target will have drop-off boxes for guests’ unwanted car seats located near Guest Services.

How do I receive a coupon for trading in an old car seat? You can pick up a coupon from Target Guest Services, which will be located near the drop-off boxes.

What is the coupon offer and how do I redeem it? You will receive a 20 percent off coupon toward a new car seat, booster seat, car seat base, travel system, stroller or select baby gear. Coupons can be applied to both in-store and online purchases and is eligible through October 6, 2018. This coupon can be stacked with existing baby sale items, such as 10 percent off select car seats.

Are all stores participating in the car seat trade-in program? All stores, excluding the small-format stores, are participating in the program. Find a participating store

What does Target do with the car seats that are traded in? Materials from the old car seats will be recycled by Target’s partner, Waste Management, to create new products such as pallets, plastic buckets and construction materials such as steel beams and carpet padding.

Is this the first time Target has had a car seat trade-in program? Target introduced its first car seat trade-in program in April 2016. Since the program launched, more than 306,000 car seats, or 4.6 million pounds of car seats, have been recycled.