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Cost of living savings: Turns old clothes/goods into CASH vouchers or new products M.A.C, IKEA, LUSH and more

Cost of living savings: Turns old clothes/goods into CASH vouchers or new products M.A.C, IKEA, LUSH and more

We are all being hit by the cost of scoring mortgage rates, gas and electricity prices have hit the roof and overall groceries in the UK have gone up by 11% the last time we checked. But we still can have some treats if we find clever ways to shop. Each month we bring you the best bargains that come into our inbox or are bought to our attention. Every little helps lets start with M.A.C get those lips #ValentinesDay ready with a new #lipstick FREE. Hurry scheme ends 31st Jan in UK. Ikea is also a WOWZER bring in your old IKEA furniture and get something new!! You can save money and save the planet all in one. Check out the rest of the savings…..

BACK 2 M·A·C take back program

Upon returning six empty M∙A∙C makeup containers to a participating M∙A∙C counter or sending via mail, consumers can choose a standard M∙A∙C lipstick of their choosing as a thank you. Please note, Lipsticks provided at no charge cannot be returned or exchanged.  Note:
After March 31, 2023, M. A.C discontinue the free product incentive  HERE;

Recycle at Boots

Boots want to play their part in looking after the planet by making it easier to recycle items that might be difficult to recycle elsewhere. And they want to reward you for playing your part and making recycling part of your regime too. How it works: Visit one of their participating stores and bring five empty products to one of the in-store recycle bins, #Boots will give you a total of 500 Boots Advantage Card points when you spend £10 or more – that’s worth £5 (see coupon T&Cs here – offer 32). Boots will track how many empties you bring back so you can see the positive impact you’re making to the planet.

Lush Bring it Back Scheme

This simple recycling scheme entitles Lush customers in the UK and Ireland to exchange any individual Qualifying Lush Packaging item for 50 pence/cents towards their in-store purchase at the same time.1. Firstly, check that your packaging is eligible for the scheme. This scheme applies to the following full sized Qualifying Lush Packaging items all details here


H&M Garment Collecting programme

This has been going since 2013 and they have recycling boxes in our stores across the globe. It works like this:

1. Take any unwanted clothes or textiles, by any brand and in any condition, to one of their stores.

2. Hand in your bag of old clothes at the cash desk and receive a thank you voucher to use towards your next purchase. Easy!

Once you’ve dropped off your previously loved fashion in one of our garment collecting boxes, our business partner takes over. They empty the boxes and sort the contents into three categories. Get that £5 voucher

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IKEA Buy Back & Resell

Do you have IKEA furniture that’s an oldie, but it’s still a goodie and looking to retire it? #IKEA will buy it back and you help pave the way toward #sustainable living. By finding your furniture a new home, we are making the things we love last longer.

How it works:

Start by filling out the form below to get emailed a quote of your buy back value. Please bring a copy of your quote, buyback number and your fully assembled furniture to your participating #IKEA store where a co-worker will assess your furniture’s buy back value in person. When you buy back, you will get store credit and your furniture gets a second life in the As-Is department.

Where it’s available:

The Buy Back & Resell service is currently available at participating #IKEA locations as an exclusive benefit to IKEA Family members. Which you can join more details HERE.

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