April 2, 2014
Shane KitzmanStaff Writer
Best Buy loves Earth Month.
Best Buy also loves Earth Minute.
Every minute Best Buy stores are open, Best Buy’s helping people recycle 400 pounds of electronics and by offering the convenience of in-store drop-off.
Meanwhile, Trade-In options and plentiful Energy Star certified products will put green in everyone’s pockets.
Try out top-notch Trade-In options
Watch this month for multiple Trade-In deals worth up to several hundred dollars in Best Buy gift cards.
And seeing that Best Buy’s Trade-In program accepts more than 11,000 different consumer electronics items, there’s good reason to clear out that closet cluttered with old gadgets and get a clean conscience too.
Find out how much your device is worth or find a Best Buy Trade-In location (which is at nearly all 1,400 stores) at bestbuy.com/tradein.
Recycle: Because Mother Nature wants you to
It’s free, Best Buy accepts most everything electronic, and there’s a store 15 minutes away from 70 percent of Americans.
Seeing Best Buy holds its recycling partners to the highest guidelines and standards to ensure all materials are handled responsibly you’ll feel good doing it.
To determine recycling details specific to you and your area, visit BestBuy.com/recycling.
Everyone wins with ENERGY STAR®
Last year, Best Buy customers in the U.S. bought more than 20 million ENERGY STAR certified products, helping save more than $76 million in utility bills.
The energy saved? Equal to more than 1 billion bounds of CO2 avoidance – like taking close to 100,000 cars off the road.
Want to see how much you can save by switching? Click here to check out Savings Calculators for select appliances and available rebates.