Target’s Car Seat Trade-In Program Is Back
You may not know this (I didn't before I was a parent), but your kid's car seat has an expiration date. They don't stay "safe" forever. On top of that, if a car seat has ever been through an accident (even a fender-bender) it is no longer considered safe.
How do you find the expiration date of your car seat? Most car seats, like the very popular Graco seats, will have a "date of manufacture" listed on the seat. And, either on the seat or listed in the seat's instruction manual, there should be a "useful life" listed. Use the DOM and "useful life" to determine when it is time to get a new seat.
So, what do you do if your car seat is out of date? You've got to buy a new one!
Here's a tip to help you save some money - according to News Center Maine, Target is bringing back their car seat trade-in program.
Between Monday, April 5th and Saturday, April 17th, you can bring your old (or damaged) car seat to your local target and, using the coupon, get 20% off a replacement car seat.
Plus, they'll be offering some other deals on baby stuff.
Get more details HERE
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