Earth Day Deals 2022

Many retailers are celebrating with deals on sustainable products, recycling services and more! Thanks to Shannon Dwyer of RetailMeNot we have a list of great deals for you to enjoy to shop sustainably on Earth Day.

Amazon: Starting April 11, Amazon is launching their Devices Sustainability landing page in celebration of Earth Day! This will be a central hub for shopping and educational information for sustainable Amazon devices, such as their Smart Thermostat and Pre-owned/refurbished Devices. Additional content will include information on Alexa sustainability programs and features, existing sustainability-related videos, and an “Alexa, plant a tree” feature where customers can help protect the planet by using their voice to directly donate $1 to plant one tree through the One Tree Planted foundation. They will also be offering up to $35 off on select Echo and Alexa devices, including 20% off the Amazon Smart Thermostat, 38% off Alexa-enabled Home security devices and up to $112 off advanced eero WiFi 6 mesh routers!

Babo Botanicals: Use the promo code HELLO25 to get 25% off your purchase. They are also offering free shipping on all orders of $39.95+.

Bamboo Ave: Between April 20 and 26, you can get two pairs of Boundless Shorts for just $110 ($18 savings). No code is necessary.

Burt’s Bees: Save big when you buy any Burt’s Bees CBD product and get a second free with code CBD50.

CandaScent: This luxury wellness brand sells candles that are free of all synthetics with 100% plant-derived ingredients. For Earth Day, they are offering their candles at 22% off with free shipping on orders of $75+ in the USA.

Cariloha: Get up to 50% off clearance items and free shipping on all orders over $100.

Esembly: The entire site is 25% off from April 21-28 to help parents make the switch to cloth diapering or purchase new sizes, designs and more. No code needed! 

Fekkai Hair Products: We love that every bottle of FEKKAI’s hair products are made with recyclable high-grade repurposed plastic! You can save 20% on their apple cider detox three-step system through April 1 and free shipping on orders of $20+

Free People: This popular clothing company goes a step further and celebrates Earth Month. Free People partners with the National Park Foundation (NPF) to create the largest sustainable collection to date with the FreeCycled Tees collection, whose fiber contents contribute to a savings of over 3 million liters of water. Plus, when you buy any style from their Running Through My Mind Collection you’ll receive a free Nalgene Earth Day water bottle!

GNC: By one, get one free on everything you need to power through spring.

Google: They have a few deals running throughout Earth month! From April 11 to May 8, you can get $50 off the Nest Learning Thermostat, available at the Google Store, Amazon, Best Buy, Target and Walmart. Then from April 21 to May 1 you can get $30 off the Nest Thermostat, available at the Google Store, Bed Bath & Beyond, Home Depot and Kohls.

Green Mountain: Did you know that Green Mountain Coffee Roasters K-Cup pods are recyclable?! To celebrate Earth Day, in previous years they’ve offered a “buy, snap and get” promotion in select stores and online to encourage consumers to recycle responsibly. To participate, customers could purchase $15 worth of recyclable K-Cup pods, snap a picture of their receipt texted or emailed to and receive a $12 coffee coupon and a reusable tote bag.

Just Salad: This leading sustainable food brand, Just Salad, is encouraging customers to eat green on April 22 with a deal. Get all their chef-designed salads and bowls purchased in-store in a reusable bowl for just $8.99. Plus, Just Salad will also be offering $8.99 for climatarian menu options – order online or in the Just Salad mobile app.

Lowe’s: Lowe’s is bringing back with SpringFest just in time for Earth Day! From April 7 to May 4, you can get major spring savings on lawn and garden items, lighting, patio furniture and lots more.

Lush: This body product company believes in creating a cosmetic revolution to save the planet. For Earth Day, Lush is donating 100% of the profits of their Charity Pot products to local charities and initiatives around the world.

ModCloth: They have a great deal for! You can get up to 40% off two items – such as two select styles for $30 or two for $40. ModCloth also offers a sustainability style guide to help you shop more eco-friendly.

My Green Mattress: Save $100 on certified organic mattresses with the code GREEN100.

Natural Vitality: Get 25% off bottles of Natural Calm products with code 21RELAX1.

Nest Thermostat: The best-selling Google Nest smart home thermostatis on sale for $129 with rebates available!

Next Level Burger: America’s first 100% plant-based burger joint is celebrating Earth Month by offering a Good Catch burger that gives back. From now through April 30, customers can purchase a Good Catch Crispy Fish Burger made with a Good Catch fish patty, lemon-herb mayo, organic lettuce, tomato and plant-based American cheese and 10% of its proceeds will benefit non-profit environmental organization Ocean Blue Project. 

Nick’s Ice Cream: In celebration of Earth Day, Nick’s will be creating a better planet through better-for-you snacking. Nick’s will be offering a chance to win a year’s supply of Nick’s ice cream made with Perfect Day at

Origins: The Green The Planet Fund plants a tree for every Mega-Mushroom Relief & Resilience Soothing Lotion purchased. Get free shipping on orders of $35+, a free sample for every $15 spent and healthcare heroes get 30% off.

Out of the Woods: This company sells bags made from materials we can replenish to save the planet we can’t replace, and they are offering 20% off site wide during Earth Week.

Pact: Purchase sustainable fashion for the whole family, plus earth-friendly products, and get 20% off your first order and free shipping on orders of $50+. 

PHYTO: This eco-friendly hair care company is offering free shipping on orders of $75+ and 15% off your first order.

Pressed: On Earth Day (April 22), customers can bring two empty plastic bottles into any Pressed retail location to redeem for a free Greens 2 juice that has a limited-edition “Save the Soil” label to support regenerative agriculture farmers in partnership with Kiss the Ground. 

Proof: Proof offers a line of really (really) leak proof period underwear that empowers women to live life worry-free. Starting midnight PT on April 22 – 11:59pm PT on April 22, they are offering 20% off your purchase with code DOWNTOEARTH20.

Spongelle: From April 20-24, Spongellé is partnering with Women’s Earth Alliance and donating a portion of sales. Shop their Gentle & Eco-Friendly collection and save up to 40% off, no code required. Plus, Spongelle is donating a portion of sales to Women’s Earth Alliance, a women-led, grassroots solutions organization with the mission to protect our environment and strengthen communities from the inside out.

S’well: If you’re a new customer, sign up for their email blasts and take 15% off your first purchase. Plus, get free shipping on orders of $20+.

Tentree: Get 10% off sitewide of any of Tentree’s sustainable apparel with the code PLANT10MORE. Plus, free shipping on all orders!

ThredUP: Reduce your carbon footprint and help the earth by donating or selling your used clothes using ThredUP. Get 50% off your first order right now!

TOMS: This brand is known for practicing sustainability in how they create their products. Right now for Earth Day, TOMS is offering a buy one, get one 50% off deal on full-priced styles. Plus, get 15% off sitewide with codeRTMN15 and 15% cash back with RetailMeNot.

Veggie Grill: Veggie Grill Rewards members that sign up will unlock $5 off when they place their first order to help the planet.

Wolven: This fashion company is on a mission to make sustainability sexy! They have active tops made from bottles, and everything they make is carbon-neutral. Right now, get 20% off with the code ATOMIC20.

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