Earth Day is April 22, so here are some ways to recycle AND help your wallet at the same time.
Staples accepts empty ink cartridges in exchange for giving you a $2 credit. Any brand is accepted, with a limit of 10 per month. You must be a rewards member to receive the credit. If you're not, you can sign up FREE in store.
Starbucks offers a 10c discount to customers who use re-usable mugs at their visit. If you're dining in, you can request a ceramic mug be used at no extra charge.
Dixon Golf offers 50c for every golf ball of any brand, and $1 for their own brand when recycled at one of their participating store locations.
CVS' GreenBag Tag initiative offers a bonus each time a customer brings their own bag or refuses plastic bags. Earn $1 in Extra Bucks for every 4 scans.
Best Buy accepts old video games, musical instruments and electronics in exchange for gift cards. You can ship items to a trade in center (get a pre-paid shipping label) or take them to your local store.
MAC cosmetics will give customers a FREE lipstick when they return 6 packaging containers to one of their counters.
Costco has a trade in program which accepts laptops, cell phones, cameras, MP3 players, Blu-Ray discs, games and more, in exchange for a gift card.
Many stores offer cents off when you use your own bags: Super Fresh, Super Giant, Target