Earn Rewards for Recycling at Abercrombie & Fitch

Help the environment while earning a sweet bonus deal with this rewarding recycling offer from Abercrombie & Fitch.

Earn Rewards When You Recycle at Abercrombie & Fitch

Earn Rewards When You Recycle at Abercrombie & Fitch

Earn easy incentives with rewarding recycling offers that the environment loves. Learn more below about how to take advantage of recycling programs and recycle old items from your home!

Note that offers may change or end at any time – always confirm offers are valid before making a trip.


Earn Rewards for Recycling at Abercrombie & Fitch

It’s great to find ways to be environmentally friendly that are also easy and rewarding. Enjoy great bonus offers with recycling reward programs like these where you get store credit at Abercrombie & Fitch when you recycle!


How to Get a Store Credit at Abercrombie & Fitch

Recycle for Rewards offer at Abercrombie & Fitch

Recycle for Rewards at Abercrombie & Fitch

Clear out unwanted wardrobe items with this recycling offer where you can get a store credit based on the value of items at Abercrombie & Fitch.

  • WHO • recyclers and anyone who wants a store credit
  • WHAT • recycle women’s and kids’ clothing, handbags, shoes, and accessories from any brand in any condition and receive a receive store credit based on the value of donations
    • special offers may include earning an extra 15% in Abercrombie & Fitch shopping credit!
  • WHEN • program has no stated end date
  • WHERE • Abercrombie & Fitch (via USPS or FedEx Office)
  • HOW • Return items from any brand in any condition for recycling (only select items qualify to receive store credit)

Abercrombie & Fitch has partnered with thredUP for this recycling program. Visit the Abercrombie & Fitch recycling details page to see current details for their rewarding recycling program.

Offers may be changed at any time — always confirm the offer is still valid at your preferred location before making a trip to recycle your clothes.


Additional Ways to Save at Abercrombie & Fitch

It’s already a good deal to get store credit for recycling your old clothing and fabric, but why stop there when you could enjoy even more savings?!? These money-saving ideas can help you save even more on your favorite eco-friendly clothing brands!


Join the Opt-In Abercrombie & Fitch Customer Programs

One of the easiest ways to save at your favorite stores is to join their customer loyalty programs.

Loyalty reward programs regularly send private offers and rewards to members that aren’t made available to the general public. Look for special member programs, including e-newsletters, traditional mailing lists, birthday clubs, loyalty reward programs, and smartphone apps.

These opt-in programs provide money-saving benefits throughout the year, which may include signup bonuses, annual birthday gifts, and early access to holiday sales.

Follow Abercrombie & Fitch Online

Learn about the latest offers by visiting and following online channels and relevant hashtags (#abercrombieofficial #abercrombie #abercrombie1892).

See the latest Abercrombie & Fitch offers and news on the official website (abercrombie.com) or on social media.


Purchase Discounted Abercrombie & Fitch Gift Cards

While many places only allow one promotion at a time, sometimes it is possible to find ways to get extra discounts on Abercrombie & Fitch purchases!

There are a few different places to purchase discounted gift cards for your favorite stores. Look for opportunities to buy Abercrombie & Fitch gift cards at a discount, and then spend them like cash on your purchases! Visit online gift card discounters to browse their current selection of discount gift cards.

Note that the discounted gift card inventory changes frequently. It is advised to check each discount site to find the best current deal and then complete your purchase quickly after finding an offer you like. Some gift cards are valid for online purchases only – confirm offer details before purchasing.

Additionally, many stores offer opportunities to purchase gift cards at discounts directly from the store. Watch for discount gift card offers from the store around holidays including Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and Mother’s Day



Find more ways to be rewarded for recycling clothing, shoes, and textiles on the FULL LIST of CLOTHING RECYCLING REWARDS. Plus, learn more about recycling programs in other categories at:


Have you tried the recycling program at Abercrombie & Fitch? What other ways do you find to reduce, reuse, and recycle your women’s and kids’ clothing, handbags, shoes, and accessories?

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2 Responses

  1. Johnny says:

    While recycling programs in theory are great, the reality is that it’s barely a drop in the bucket compared to the overall problem of perverse financial incentives from not pricing in environmental impacts to cost of goods and services.

    It’s a systemic issue that’s at the root cause of all our environmental problems (which bleeds into societal problems), and like a cancer, those who profit will continue to have a war chest to bribe politicians and gatekeepers to suppress fixing these problems at the source.

    This necessarily gets political because we’re talking about fixing policies (which is what politics is about), but there’s way too much corruption going on to even put a dent in this issue.

    So we end up with the consequences of a lack of leadership while society has to bear the cost or burden of the consequences while companies without such morals profit from this cost that got passed to society.

    There are well-intentioned companies trying to do something about it by making themselves appear greener, but the truth is you don’t really know if they’re greenwashing or not.

    It’s why we need to have the systemic issues fixed so the market signals are clear that you will be rewarded for doing the right thing rather than trying to guilt people into it.

    Of course, if you only care about saving money and you’re loyal to A&F, then this rewards program will probably be beneficial, but it most certainly won’t do anything about the larger environmental crisis we face that it supposedly addresses.

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Johnny, You make a lot of great points. It’s a complex problem that needs to be addressed at the root of the issue. While it is nice to find more sellers and manufacturers who are taking steps towards a greener future by encouraging recycling on a personal level, we do still have a long way to go with addressing the bigger picture.

      Thanks for sharing!

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