If you have an old car seat laying around, it may be a good time to head to Target.
The Minneapolis-based retailer’s car seat trade-in program officially kicked off Monday, allowing parents the opportunity to recycle older car seats for newer models at a discount.
However, the program itself aligns with the company’s commitment to sustainability, helping to reduce millions of pounds of plastic and waste over the last five years.
Target customers will be able to return their used car seats to any Target store nationwide until April 17. In return, the guests will get 20% off toward a new car seat, car seat base, travel system or strollers, the company said.