11 Earth Day Sales, Deals and Freebies

NASA Earth Day

It's a holiday, so naturally there are deals.

April 22 is Earth Day, and the annual holiday that promotes the well-being of our environment is inspiring all sorts of Earth-centric promotions.

You can join in on the do-good theme and celebrate the planet with our picks for the best Earth Day sales and deals.

  • Best Buy: Save up to 35% on major appliance top deals, including Energy Star-certified products, in the store’s Earth Day Sale.
  • Better World Books: Ending April 25, get 30% off three or more used books from the bargain bin.
  • Buffalo Exchange: On April 23, shop men’s and women’s fashion styles for $1 each to support the Center for Biological Diversity.
  • DC Entertainment: Through April 25, save up to 50% on digital comics.
  • Eddie Bauer: Save up to 40% through April 24 in honor of Earth Week. Shoppers also have the option to make a donation to The One Tree Initiative.
  • Evos: Get a free organic milkshake on April 22.
  • H&M: Through April 27, recycle your used clothes at H&M as part of World Recycle Week and get 30% off your entire purchase. See your local store for details.
  • Kiehl’s: Through April 27, use coupon code EARTHDAY to get a free reusable, limited-edition canvas tote with any purchase of $100 or more.
  • National parks: Through April 24, get free admission in honor of National Park Week.
  • The Honest Company: Through April 24, get $20 off when you spend $50 (with code EARTH20), $30 off when you spend $75 (with code EARTH30) or $40 off when you spend $100 (with code EARTH40) plus free shipping.
  • Travelodge: Take 30% off the site’s “Best Available Rate” when you stay at Travelodge April 21-24.
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