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car seat trade-in

As our guests increasingly look for products and experiences that are good for them, their families and the planet, we are making it easy to have a positive impact on the environment through trade-in programs.

For the April 2021 Car Seat Trade-In program, we’ve taken a number of steps in support of our team and guests, with increased safety measures and operational changes, as we are committed to helping the families and communities we serve.

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program details

 

When & Where

  • When: Monday, April 5, 2021 through Saturday, April 17, 2021
  • Where: 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.
    • All stores are participating in the program.
    • Find a store near you

Coupon + Trade-in Details

  • Guests who trade in their old car seats will receive a 20% off coupon toward a new car seat, car seat base, travel system, stroller or select baby home gear. Select baby home gear includes playards, high chairs, swings, rockers and bouncers.
  • Guests must be enrolled in Target Circle to participate in the trade-in and receive a coupon.
    • Scan sheets will be placed on the drop-off boxes for guests to scan from their mobile device into their Circle.
    • Trading in two car seats? You can redeem this offer twice.
  • Coupons can be applied to both in-store and online purchases and are eligible through May 1, 2021.
  • During the trade-in event Target will accept and recycle all types of car seats, including infant seats, convertible seats, car seat bases, harness or booster car seats and car seats that are expired or damaged. Materials from the old car seats will be recycled by Target’s partner, Waste Management.

good to know

  • Target introduced its first car seat trade-in program in April 2016.
  • Since the program launched, Target has recycled more than 1,100,000 car seats, or more than 17 million pounds of plastic and counting.

read up on past trade-in events