Sumary of 11 companies that offer trade-in programs: Apple, Ikea, and more:
- A shopper walks past a sign outside an IKEA store in Wembley, north London.
- REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN – Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)Ikea’s recently announced “Buy Back &
- (Getty Images)H&MIn 2012, clothing retailer H&M announced its Garment Collection program, which encourages shoppers to participate in garment recycling by bringing a bag of old clothing to participating retail locations.
- The North FaceThe North Face’s “Clothes the Loop” program welcomes trades both online and at its retail locations.
- Your items earn you a $10 certificate to be used on future North Face purchases of $100 or more.
- Story continuesLevi’sLevi’s (LEVI) SecondHand trade-in program encourages customers to drop off their used Levi’s jeans and jackets at U.S. retail stores, which are then sent to be cleaned and sold on Levi’s SecondHand website.
- PatagoniaPatagonia’s Wornwear program will pay up to $100 in store credit for worn items still in good condition such as coats, fleece, and even baby clothing.
- While the service is mostly online, REI’s Manhattan Beach Garage Sale Store does accept trades in person.