Earn Rewards for Recycling Clothing & Shoes

Did you know that fashion is one of the world’s most polluting industries? An average American throws away over 80 pounds of clothing each year — which collectively adds up to 11 million tons of textile waste in the USA alone.

Ways Recycle Clothing

Innovative Ways to Recycle Clothing

Fortunately, there are many retailers who are working towards more sustainable fashion, and some even provide rewards for recycling old clothes!  ♻️


Textile and Clothing Recycling

In this modern age, most of us are familiar with recycling standard items like paper, plastics, and glass, but when it’s time to clean out the closet, we find ourselves unsure of what things you can recycle and how to recycle old clothes. Continue reading to learn more about the stores and brands that offer rewards for recycling clothes, plus more innovative recycling solutions to get additional use from old clothes.


Recycle Clothing for Rewards

Clothing Recycling for Rewards

Clothing Recycling for Rewards

If you have a pile of old clothes and want to know where to recycle clothing, the following programs make it easy to recycle used garments while incentivizing customers with money-saving rewards. Enjoy great shopping incentives for recycling old textiles and apparel at these textile recycling locations.

These clothing recycling programs offer a win-win-win scenario: the brand receives increased traffic and loyalty, the environment is spared excess pollution, and you earn shopping discounts and rewards for recycling!

  • & Other Stories: recycle textiles and/or beauty containers from any brand in any condition and receive 10% off voucher (see details)
  • Abercrombie & Fitch: recycle women’s and kids’ clothing, handbags, shoes, and accessories from any brand in any condition and receive store credit based on value of items (see details)
  • Adidas: recycle shoes, clothing, and accessories from any brand in any condition and receive 200 membership points plus Adidas vouchers based on value of returns (see details)
    • Alternately, the Made to Be Remade line of Adidas products has a separate process to return to Adidas for e-gift card credits
  • American Eagle Aerie: recycle jeans from any brand in any condition and receive $10 off new jeans plus 2x points (see details)
  • Ariat: recycle jeans from any brand in well-worn condition and receive $10 off coupon (see details)
  • Athleta: recycle women’s and kids’ clothing, handbags, shoes, and accessories from any brand in any condition and receive store credit based on value of items (see details)
  • Banana Republic: recycle women’s and kids’ clothing, handbags, shoes, and accessories from any brand in any condition and receive store credit based on value of items (see details)
  • Carter’s: recycle baby & kid clothing from any brand in any (cleaned) condition and receive 75 rewards points (see details)
  • Coyuchi: recycle linens from Coyuchi brand in any condition and receive 15% off coupon (see details)
  • Cuyana: multiple recycling program options – including recycle clothing items from any brand in any condition for store credit (see details)
  • DSW: recycle shoes from any brand in new or gently-worn condition and receive 50 loyalty points (see details)
  • Eileen Fisher: recycle clothing from Eileen Fisher brand in any condition and receive $5 in Renew Rewards for each piece returned (see details)
  • For Days: recycle clothing from For Days brand in any condition and receive $5 store credit per item (see details)
  • Frank And Oak: recycle denim from any brand in any condition and receive 15% off purchase (see details)
  • GAP: recycle women’s and kids’ clothing, handbags, shoes, and accessories from any brand in any condition and receive store credit based on value of items (see details)
  • Girlfriend Collective: recycle compressive bras, leggings, and shorts from Girlfriend brand in any condition and receive $15 store credit (see details)
  • Guess: recycle 5+ unwanted items of clothing from any brand in any condition and receive 15% off coupon (see details)
  • H&M: recycle garments and/or textiles from any brand in any condition and receive 15% off coupon (see details)
  • Hackwith Design House: recycle clothing from most lines from Hackwith Design House brand in any condition and receive HDH Bucks (see details)
  • Hanky Panky: recycle 4+ pieces of underwear, bras, or socks from any brand in any condition and receive 100 loyalty points (see details)
  • Industry Standard: recycle denim from Industry Standard brand in any condition and receive $20 off coupon (see details)
  • J. Jill: recycle clothing from any brand in gently-worn condition and receive $10 off coupon per each item donated (see details)
    • Only valid during annual Compassion Fund Clothing Drive events (previous events were held at the beginning of October). Follow social media or subscribe to J. Jill to be notified of event dates.
  • Just Black Denim: recycle denim from any brand in any condition and receive 15% off coupon (see details)
  • Knickey: recycle undies, bras, socks, tights, and cloth face masks (womens, mens, and kids) from any brand in any (cleaned) condition and receive free organic cotton Knickeys undies with purchase (see details)
    • Note that recycling shipping labels have a cost of $5
  • Levi’s: recycle Levi’s adult jeans, denim shorts, and Trucker Jackets from Levi’s brand in wearable condition and receive store credit based on value of items recycled (see details)
  • Lucky Brand: recycle jeans from Lucky Brand brand in gently worn condition and receive $20 off coupon (see details)
  • lululemon: recycle clothing and bags from lululemon brand in good condition and receive store credit based on items returned (see details)
  • Madewell: recycle jeans from any brand in any condition and receive $20 off of a brand-new pair of Madewell jeans (see details)
    • May also recycle any brand of women’s and kids’ clothing, handbags, shoes, and accessories for via thredUP for Madewell credit
  • Marine Layer: recycle tee-shirts from any brand in any condition and receive $5 store credit (see details)
  • Nisolo: recycle shoes from any brand in any condition and receive $40 off coupon (see details)
  • O.N.S Clothing: recycle jeans from any brand in any condition and receive 20% off purchase (see details)
  • PacSun: recycle denim from any brand in any condition and receive $10 off coupon (see details)
  • Patagonia: recycle most products from Patagonia brand in good condition and receive store credit based on items returned (see details)
  • Rag & Bone: recycle denim from any brand in any condition and receive 25% off denim purchase (see details)
  • Reformation: recycle shoes, denim, sweaters, and activewear from Ref brand in any condition and receive store credit based on items returned (see details)
    • May also recycle any brand of women’s and kids’ clothing, handbags, shoes, and accessories via thredUP for Ref credit
  • REI: recycle clothing and gear sold at REI brand in gently-used condition and receive store credit based on item values (see details)
  • Runners Roost: recycle sports bras from any brand in lightly-used condition and receive $5 off discount (see details)
    • Additionally, all Runners Roost locations offer free shoe recycling
  • Soma: recycle bras from any brand in new or gently used condition and receive 1500 loyalty points (see details)
  • The North Face: recycle apparel and footwear from any brand in gently-used condition and receive $10 off coupon (see details)
  • Thousand Fell: recycle shoes from Thousand Fell brand in any condition and receive $20 account credit (see details)
  • Timbuk2: recycle bags from Timbuk2 brand in any condition and receive 20% discount (see details)
  • tonlé: recycle any from tonlé brand in good condition and receive tonlé activists points based on garment value (see details)
  • Vert Toi: recycle tee shirts from Vert Toi brand in any condition and receive 20% off on a replacement tee (see details)
  • Zero Waste Daniel: recycle any from ZWD brand in good condition and receive store credit based on value of garments (see details)

In addition to offering fashion recycling rewards, many of the designers above are also recycled clothes designers and have product lines of fashion made with recycled materials.


Other Ways to Recycle Clothing

While it’s always nice to get a bonus where you can, it’s good to have other ways recycle old clothes when you need them. These options provide additional ways to find new uses for old textiles and help to keep usable materials out of landfills.


Free Clothing Recycling Programs

These clothing recycling programs are offered free to customers under certain conditions. Learn more about how to recycle clothes and shoes no longer in use and give the material a new life outside of the landfill.

  • Nike: recycle athletic sneakers from any brand in any condition
    • does not accept sandals, dress shoes, boots, or shoes with metal (like cleats or spikes)
  • Planet Aid: fabric recycling of clothing, shoes, bedding, towels, curtains, sleeping bags, socks, underwear, and bras from any brand in well-worn (minor tears, stains, or imperfections are okay) condition
    • Alternately, a “Give Back Box” shipping label may be purchased and printed for mailing up to 70 pounds of used clothes, shoes, books, small electronics, and housewares to their thrift store in Rockville, Md.
  • Teva: recycle sandals and flip-flops from Teva brand in any condition
  • UNIQLO: recycle clothing from UNIQLO and GU brands in any condition
  • Zappos: recycle shoes from any brand in any condition


Host or Attend a Clothing Swap

Host or attend a Clothes Swap event

Host or attend a Clothes Swap event!

At some point, many of us find that we have outgrown items in our wardrobes, even if the garments are still in great condition.  These gently-used items are perfect choices for a clothing swap! Plus, a clothing swap is a great excuse to get together with friends and freshen up everyone’s look without spending any money!

  • Pick a date for the clothing swap
  • Invite guests
  • Let guests know what items will be swapped at your event
    • Clothing and shoes in good condition (women, men, children, sports, etc)
    • Other items of your choice (household linens, small appliances, home decor, etc)
  • Exchange clothes and enjoy new wardrobe items and less clutter from things that aren’t utilized!


Upcycle Clothing

Upcycling is the art of creating something new and valuable using repurposed products. Generally, the new finished product is considered an upgrade (upcycle = upgrade original item).

Get creative with your upcycling ideas and design custom looks by embellishing old clothes with patches, new stitching, rhinestones, and appliques. Cut off old blue jeans and remake them into your new favorite pair of jean shorts. Plus, those with more advanced skills can sew totally new items like reusable tote bags, throw pillow covers, stuffed toys, and much more!


Downcycle Clothing

If you are wondering what is the difference between upcycling and downcycling, you are not alone. They are both somewhat generic terms for repurposing an item for something other than the original intended use, but generally speaking, downcycling involves using the original item for a less valuable purpose. This includes cutting up old clothes for household rags, using old towels as pet bedding, and so on.


Donate to Shelters

If you have gently used clothing items that you no longer need, consider donating them to a local shelter that can immediately benefit members of your community.


Donate to Local Thrift Stores

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Clothing Recycling and Donations

Local thrift stores like Goodwill offer an easy way to donate your old clothing and help it find a new life.

Items in good condition are resold in stores, but some thrift stores also recycle unusable textiles instead of sending them to landfills. Thrift store participation in textile recycling can vary, so it is advised to call your local stores to inquire about their current recycling policies.


Sell Used Clothing

In addition to the above programs that recycle old clothing into something new, clothing in great condition may be sold for cash to online consignment shops including Poshmark, Swap.comTheRealReal, and thredUP.


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Recycle Clothes and Earn Rewards

Recycle Clothes and Earn Rewards


In addition to all the great places where you can be rewarded for recycling your clothing and shoes, make sure to check out the places you can be rewarded for recycling:


What are your favorite ways to recycle old clothes? Do you know of additional recycling ideas that should be added to the list?

59 Responses

  1. Anna says:

    What an important article!

    It’s heartening to see that so many clothing companies offer incentives to recycle old clothes.  What a wonderfully long list!

    We have WAY TOO MUCH stuff in this culture.  The manager of our local thrift store told me that they bundle up 40,000 pounds of clothing every month to send off to China, where it will be re-cycled into…whatever.  40,000 pounds.  And this is a low population area, too.  It’s impossible to even imagine how that translates across the whole continent.  Mind boggling.

    But thank you, for bringing this important topic to the conversation.  We all need to start being a LOT less wasteful.



    • Alyce says:

      Hi Anna, It’s great to hear that your local thrift store bundles what they can’t resell and sends it to be recycled! It’s amazing that they have 40,000 pounds of used clothing each month to recycle!!

  2. LineCowley says:

    What a great incentive for everybody to be recycling their clothes and shoes that they no longer require. With less than 10% of clothing being recycled, and most of it ending up in landfill, recycling and upcycling is an awesome way in which to help the environment. 

    Donating to a charity shop has always been one of my favourite things as well, if the clothing is still good enough to be used again. It is great that there are so many brands that are offering recycling, as well as outlets like Thredup. Thank you for sharing this vey helpful resource.

    • Alyce says:

      These small steps can add up to a big impact if enough companies and individuals make recycling clothes and textiles a priority. Thank you for helping by donating to your local charities!

  3. Lorenz Valdez says:

    Hello Alyce.

    Thank you for sharing this info with me. This will be incredibly useful because I personally have lots and lots of clothes i get rid of every month, but i never knew about this concept. It’s genius! I especially have a lot of Adidas apparel and Nike apparel so hopefully they offer great rewards! I also sometimes sell old branded clothes on Mercari, but they don’t always sell so this is great Thank you!

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Lorenz, You may have some luck getting rewards by recycling through Adidas, but the Nike program is much more limited. The good news is that the Adidas program accepts items for recycling from any brand — including Nike!

  4. Anusuya says:

    It’s always a pleasure for a minimalist to have just enough to get by every day. However, people, in general, are fashionable. They need to use varieties of clothes and accessories for enhanced life and like to live in luxury. The fashion designers come with creative designers and the world is flooded with enormous amounts of used, partially used, and at the time bought and never used stuff.

    The earth is already polluted and this post is highly valuable in that respect, as it deals with recycling, ways of reusing and minimizing the wastes that may go to landfills,

    It’s nice to know there are so many programs to handle the excesses, old nad newer one or even used.

    We have a few high schoolers in my neighborhood, they come and collect old shoes. They plan on opening a business and repairing them to new ones! Great ides. 

    We had bins around the neighborhood to drop off shoes, clothes, etc. There are consignment stores close to my campus.to use.

    Typically, I go to India often and used to carry my old stuff to donate to whoever needed them. But these days everyone seems to have more than what they need.

    I like “For Days” from your description and will see if I can use them.

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Anusuya, I love that the teenagers near you are collecting old shoes to repair! It’s encouraging to know that the younger generation can see the value in these items and the benefits of keeping them out of landfills!

  5. John says:

    With over 100 million tons of textiles produced annually, an enormous quantity of clothing is being thrown away every year. A lot of clothing ends up in landfills or incinerators — either as garbage or burned into energy. Both options are problematic, harmful to the environment, and wasteful. I do my best to take care of my clothes and donate them to good charities. Thank you for sharing this post.  

    • Alyce says:

      Hi John, It’s great to know that there are places to send used textiles and shoes when they are beyond their usable life. Glad to hear that you enjoyed learning more about what to recycle and where to drop off old clothing for recycling! 

  6. Monalisha says:


    Thanks for sharing such an important and informative post about the best  rewards  programs. After reading your post it is very clear to me that we can get rewards to recycle our own clothes and shoes. It may be a good way to make some out money too. We all have some clothes and shoes those we don’t like to use. But it is very disturbing to keep them in our self. On the other hand if we through it out side it will pollute our environment. But reading your post I understood that we can recycle the old and get the new one. It is really very helpful for all. It will save our environment and also our storage space. 

    Thanks again. I’ll share this post with my friends and family. 

  7. Baraka says:

    This article is very good and interesting. Recycling the items we have already used for instance  clothes and shoes is very important especially for controlling environmental pollution. I am very happy to know that there are companies that give rewards to people who want to recycle their belongings.I knew a little bit about Levis, but I’m happy to see that there are many other companies doing the same. Thank you very much.


  8. Wilson says:

    Holy crap, I had no idea these big brands did a recycling program. I guess it makes sense since eco-consciousness is trending these days. 
    I personally don’t buy a lot of clothes, and if I do it is only out of necessity. I always been a bit critical of people that buy clothes for just the sake of shopping, ending up with a closet full of clothes that are never worn, supporting toxic manufacturing processes that happen over seas.

     It gives me great relief that companies are battling this tendency with programs like these! 

    Thanks for sharing! I know a few people that will need this as a resource. 

    • Alyce says:

      The fashion industry does create a lot of waste, but it’s great to know that there are a handful of brands that are also trying to help minimize any negative impact by offering great clothing recycling programs!

  9. Bonnie says:

    Wow! What a great article. I had no idea companies were offering these benefits. I keep my clothing because I feel bad throwing it away just because I don’t want to wear it anymore. This is a great way to help the environment and clean up some of my storage space! I think my favorite is Nike, because no one would want the used shoes I have in storage. Thanks a lot!

    • Alyce says:

      It is definitely nice to know that your old clothing items can be transformed and recycled into something that will continue to be useful!

  10. Willy says:

    Wow! This is a really great opportunity to make few cash outside the monthly income. I have a lot of clothes and wears that aren’t good for me and my partner anymore and I think I have to try this out. I never knew there are a lot of earn reward programs like this that are ready to render few bucks for giving this clothing’s. Thanks for this helpful and informative review, those clothes occupying space at home are finally leaving.

  11. jessetoikkanen says:

    Good article about getting rewards for recycling your clothes. As you mentioned, the fashion industry causes huge amount of pollution. Actually the fashion and make-up industry causes more co2 to the atmosphere than worldwide flying traffic and ships combined. The fashion industry also uses 20% of world water resources. It’s always nice to see people giving tips on how to recycle and even getting rewarded about it. That’s called win-win, the environment gets less pollution and people get some money while another gets clothes.

    • Alyce says:

      I definitely agree — it’s always nice to see a relationship that is a win-win for everyone. Recycling clothing is a great way to minimize negative impacts from the clothing industry.

  12. Henderson says:

    Oh my, I never thought about this honestly. I have a lot of Nike air Jordan I don’t wear anymore. No one to dash it out too and I just don’t know why I couldn’t dispose it. The fact that I can actually get money back from my unwanted clothes are really good. It’s a win for me,the company and also the environment too. I’m glad I can do my own part in helping the environment and still make money in the process. Thanks for this eye opener.

    • Alyce says:

      Thank you for considering these recycling programs and helping to keep recyclable shoes and clothing items out of landfills!

  13. RoDarrick says:

    I have tons of these kinds of clothing materials that I no longer wear that are wasting at home. I never knew these clothing stores give rewards for recycling clothes. Wow! This is a great way to stack up some extra bucks to supplement monthly income. Though it is only Zara that I know of within my area and I will check with them to know if they offer such service since you stated that it is only within selected stores. I really wish the one in my area is among the selected stores.

    Thanks for your selfless service to humanity. God bless you

  14. Charles says:

    Thanks again for more information about great rewards programs. Wow 80 lb of clothing a year per person? I can’t remember the last clothing that I threw out. I even keep my socks with holes in them because maybe I could use them for something one day. But I think that’s great that people are encouraged to do more with clothes they no longer wants then just totally throw them out. Some companies even let you mail it in to them for free. That is pretty cool. Please keep making articles about these great reward programs and I will forward it to everyone I know who might be interested.

    • Alyce says:

      You’re not the only one who keeps old socks — I also keep them to to polish furniture and use as dust rags. Small acts like this add up to make a big overall difference so keep it up!

  15. Todd Matthews says:

    Crazy that clothes cause so much pollution to the environment. It’s something very few of us think of until we’re exposed to such information and when we are, the mind is blown. I’ve always done Goodwill donations (without knowing what really happens afterward), but these recycle rewards strategies would be just as good for certain brands. I think more companies will be offering identical reward programs in the future, allowing for more renewable outlets for years to come. 

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Todd, Goodwill is a great place to donate your old items. I have read that they can recycle the clothes that are too old for resale, so it’s helpful to take all your old clothing items (even the ones in really terrible shape)!

  16. Daniel says:

    I must say that this is not bad at all. Fortunately, I have a respectful salary so my wife and I enjoy going shopping and we have a lot of clothes and shoes. I never thought about this, we often throw away old shoes and clothes but this is a good idea about recycling. Some extra bucks are always welcomed, thank you for sharing this legitimate places.

    • Alyce says:

      Even if you don’t need to earn rewards for recycling your clothes, recycling certainly helps the environment and someone else probably enjoys being on the recieving end those gently worn items!

  17. My Daily Pointers says:

    I love that companies are finally stepping up to the plate and giving incentives for people to recycle their clothing and shoes.  Unfortunately many of the stores listed in this article are not available in my area but the few that are will be ones I will check out.

    I personally am totally about recycling clothing.  I suspect more than 75% of my current clothing items are used.  Some of them I have actually paid money for while others I traded for something in my closet that I no longer wear.

    Every little bit helps when it comes to saving our planet!  RECYCLE!

    • Alyce says:

      That is awesome! I have had clothing swaps with groups of friends and we all enjoy the chance to get rid of things that we no longer wear and pick up a few new things (new to us anyway…) at no cost!

  18. Kat says:

    I had no idea there were programs offering rewards for bringing your old clothes to stores as a way to reduce the pollution in the environment. This is awesome. I’ve always been an op shopper, mainly from when I was a uni student and it was cheap, while also recycling my clothes with op shops but over the years, I became more aware of the waste and impact of new clothes on the environment. So recycling became a more conscious action. I’m so glad to see that stores and brands are now getting in on the act too. I know it means they will continue to make new items, as there is always a demand for it anyway, however they are also acknowledging the need to reduce the impact on the environment, while also helping either organisations such as I support the Girls, or End Domestic Violence programs, or thrift shops who also offer help in local communities. It is a great incentive for companies to encourage people with discounts to help reduce the textiles going into landfill and who doesn’t love a bargain. Thanks so much for your super important and valuable sharing! Love it!

    • Alyce says:

      Thanks Kat! It’s great to know that more and more companies are taking a proactive stance in the fight against pollution and waste!

  19. Paul says:

    Excellent post, Alice, on a very worthwhile and eco-friendly activity.

    I’m pleased that you have included some Canadian addresses that I was not aware of. 

    I’m a big fan of recycling. 

    I come from a time and place where we recycled before it became mainstream. I’m also developing an allergic reaction to STUFF! I can’t believe the amount of stuff that I’ve accumulated over the years. 

    A few years ago, I began donating, giving away, and curtailing my “unnecessaries”. The feeling of freedom from all this material is game-changing. I now move stuff OUT and OFF my property as often as possible, and quite regularly. All off to recycling and repurposing.

    Thanks for motivating me even more, and offering some of these great suggestions that I was not aware of.


  20. Anthony Hu says:

    Thanks for your post. I know a lot of places which we could donate our used clothes and shoes, but I am not aware of earning rewards by recycling them.

    My kids are in the middle school and they are growing very fast. The clothes and shoes are mostly used only one year. We need to donate some clothes and shoes. Now you introduced so many stores which reward for recycling the used items. I bookmarked your webpage and am going to find the stores near us. It is so nice we could get rewards by recycling.

    It is kind of you sharing such useful information with us

  21. Tama says:

    I’m very interested in recycling and getting rewards for my used clothes! I’m going to bookmark this article for future use. I going to sign up for the waitlist at For Days – that sounds like an awesome program! 

    I love Soma too and have donated bras and earned a discount. Great program. I’m excited to learn about these other programs too – thanks!

  22. Tru2yu says:

    I’m very pleased with your website As I am an adoptive parent in also a previously licensed foster parent! I have seen a lot of waste when it comes to how many of us discard our clothing and other items that we can reuse for somebody that needs it Hey. Thank you for offering this great idea supplying rewards for good deeds! Thanks for your post I enjoyed it very much.

  23. Christine says:

    This is great! I had no idea that clothing stores offered these recycling options. The only one in my hometown is Zara. I will check if they offer this, because you mentioned that for Zara it was only at select stores. I buy many clothes at a local second hand store, because they often have great quality clothes and even brand names. Now that I know that the stores you mentioned recycle clothes and shoes, I may shop with them now, online. I am pleasantly surprised that Nike participates in this. 

    I’m so glad I read this post. I learned something new today 🙂

  24. Dave Sweney says:

    Thanks for this comprehensive listing of all the stores and brands that offer clothing and/or shoe recycling programs where you can earn rewards. The recycling is something most people can participate in as it makes so much sense, and knowing where you can get some rewards for your effort is cool too.

    I had no idea that so many of the big companies are implementing this kind of a program, that made my heart warm when I read through them all. I live in Germany, and we regularly deposit our clothing, shoes, glass bottles, etc. into big bins that are centrally located.

    It does help out others that can use such items, and if you can get a reward, there will be a whole new segment of the populations across the globe that will start recycling. That is a good thing for everyone. It helps these companies with their image, but that is secondary.

    There are a number of ways to also sell your used clothing and shoes that I did not know about, so for those that may want to use this route as opposed to the other programs, these are ideal. I did not know about them either. You have given me lots of ideas with this article and it will do the same for many I think. Thanks again!   

  25. Alex says:

    Wow, recycling your clothes and shoes is a great way to stop pollution as it’s become a serious issue. Hopefully, more organization and companies will start realizing this soon enough and provide for options like these here to recycle and get rewarded for that. More people should know about this and become aware of the problems that we are facing. Become part of the solution and get rewarded for that. I love your post, keep up the great work.

  26. Pentrental says:

    I appreciate you bringing awareness to this topic as I never really considered fashion in this fashion. It’s nice to know that there are retailers out there who are providing rewards for recycled clothing. I always want to see more consignment shops out there. This is a wonderfully thorough list of retailers and the rewards that they offer. Also it’s nice to know that Nike takes donations. I’ll definitely keep this post handy so that I can refer back to it, well done!

  27. Harry says:

    I am a big recycle freak and this article came about at the right time when I was thinking about getting rid of some of my old clothes and shoes…

    Some of them I’ll definitely give some homeless people in my neighborhood and the rest of them are going recycling…

    Thanks a lot for letting me know about all those stores that provide benefits and rewards for recycling clothes…

    • Alyce says:

      You’re most welcome Harry! Thanks for recycling your items and I hope you’re able to enjoy some rewards for your efforts!

  28. Jay says:

    It is pretty awesome that this is actually a thing. I have actually heard of this but was not entirely sure if it was true. I have a lot of used clothes and shoes and I normally just dispose them. I had no idea I could actually make money from them by having them recycled. Like you said it is a win-win-win situation because I help the brand, I get paid in the process and we save the environment one step at a time.

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Jay, I certainly agree. It great to find ways to minimize waste and even better if there are incentives to reward these behaviours! These are fantastic programs to know about!!

  29. Alenka says:

    Thank you for this useful list for recycling our unwanted clothes. I’ve used these discounts at Zara and it works so well. 

    Great to find out about the program where you can hire clothes for $8! What a great idea! I do hope it catches on because what the world does not need any more of are new clothes. 

    I’m going to print out this article (or do you maybe have it somewhere on your site as a PDF?) for future reference. 

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Alenka, I don’t currently have a PDF available (but that is a great idea)! However, you can find share buttons on the left side of the page for social media and other tools. 

  30. AmDetermined says:

    hi, thank you for your post because it is helpful by earning rewards for recycling clothes and shoes, i really appreciate your time to make research about list of stores to enjoy this rewards, sharing this information will do my friends good, all your rewards that you keep sharing makes me lovely among my friend i love you website.

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