WAYNE, N.J., Feb. 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Babies”R”Us® announced today that the company’s most-asked-about savings event will return to Babies”R”Us and Toys”R”Us® stores nationwide beginning Sunday, February 11 for loyalty members, and Friday, February 16 for all customers.
The Greater Trade-In event urges caregivers to bring in their old, used, outgrown and potentially dangerous gear and furniture items in exchange for a 25% discount on one new gear or furniture item*. New this year, shoppers looking to donate old, outgrown or gently used clothing can bring in one or more clothing items for a 25% discount on their entire purchase of clothing in store, valid through Sunday, March 18*.
Customers can now also trade in crib and toddler mattresses in exchange for a discount on hot new products like the Graco® Uno2Duo Stroller and Travel System, Babies”R”Us Next Steps Toddler Bed and more.
For customers with an “R”Us credit card, the savings get even better with a 30% discount when trading in gear, furniture or clothing in store**. No Trade-In? No problem! From Friday, February 16 through Sunday, March 18, shoppers can take advantage of a 15% discount on any one gear or furniture item at Babiesrus.com, and in-store only, shoppers will receive 15% off any one baby item**.
At Babies”R”Us stores that are undergoing liquidation, customers will be offered a 25% coupon on their trade-in which can be utilized at local participating Babies”R”Us or Toys”R”Us stores or online at Babiesrus.com, valid through March 18***.
In the spirit of giving back to those in need, Babies”R”Us will ensure clothes donated by customers during Greater Trade-In are provided to local charities across the country to help clothe children in need.
Safety for Baby, Worry Free Less for Parents
Safety has always been the root purpose of the company’s Trade-In events – and that hasn’t changed. In the eight years of events, Babies”R”Us has removed millions of unsafe products from the market, reducing the chance for children to be injured. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), used car seats may appear in working condition, but if labels or parts are missing, if the seat is past the manufacturers expiration date or the seat has been involved in a vehicle accident, its safety could be compromised****. Families are encouraged to trade-in items that could be a potential danger.
To learn more about the Greater Trade-In Event,