(Ending Early – 9/21) Trade In Your Old Car Seat Get A $30 Walmart Gift Card

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Walmart Car Seat Trade In

Walmart Car Seat Trade In Event – Get A $30 Gift Card

The Walmart car seat trade in event kicks off today.  It is a good way to get rid of that old car seat and get $30 for your trouble.  Some people will even purchase old car seats at garage sales etc. for this promo and turn a small profit.  Let’s take a look at the Walmart car seat trade in event details.

UPDATE: The event is ending today due to how popular it was.

Event Terms

The car seat trade in promo is a part of the best of baby month.  Here are the terms of the offer:

  • Promotion runs from 9/16/19 – 9/30/19
  • Limit of 2 trade ins per household
  • Booster seats are not eligible to be traded in
  • Go to the customer service desk for all trade ins

Link to Offer

Final Thoughts

My daughter just switched over to a booster seat so this is perfect timing.  I wish I had not thrown out old car seats in the past since this promo comes around every year it appears.  Remember that the plastic on car seats break down and they do have an expiration date.  This is a great way to get rid of an aging one or to get a discount when your child moves to the next style of car seat.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. ” Some people will even purchase old car seats at garage sales etc. for this promo and turn a small profit.”

    Call m me ‘party pooper’ but this is exactly WHY the promo does not last. I even saw people begging for car seats to get the gift card. I find people doing that so very wrong as many just want the cash .No problem if you are buying a booster or something for a child but so many are using the car seat program dishonestly.

    • Yeah that does stink. I am guessing that is because you can buy them for $15 so people would just make money off them. But they could have done like $5-$10 for boosters I guess.

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