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Free £5 H&M Voucher When You Bring a Bag of Your Old Clothes

Free £5 H&M Voucher When You Bring a Bag of Your Old Clothes

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Did you know that H&M has been offering a garment recycling service across all stores since 2013?

The H&M Garment Collecting programme is a global initiative that works to prevent customers unwanted clothes from going to landfill.

We accept unwanted clothes by any brand, in any condition, at any of our stores, every single day of the year.

Simply hand in your bag of old clothes at the cash desk and receive a £5/€5 voucher to use towards your next purchase of £25/€25 (or more) in store or online.

All clothes collected by H&M are either reused, reworn or recycled with 0% going to landfill.

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MrsCraig
MrsCraig22 days ago

I have bags of clothes that I need to get rid of! I will be taking them to my local store! I'm not bothered about getting the voucher, its the idea of them being reused or recycled that appeals to me.

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mrbarrypowell
mrbarrypowell22 days ago

Time to dig out all my undies from before Christmas lmao

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kavithamohanrao
kavithamohanrao22 days ago

Great freebie 😊H&M is my favourite shop to buy for my girl’s clothes with the wide range of collections 👍thanks for sharing this wonderful freebie with us 😊

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CNOlga
CNOlga22 days ago

Great idea, gonna look through all my clothes 👍

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nilly
nilly22 days ago

Thank you for sharing this with us.i think this is a very good way of recycling clothes.

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Nemo
Nemo21 days ago

I love this idea! It's such a great way to get into better environmental habits, and I'm so pleased that large companies are now encouraging this. Here's to a more environmentally friendly 2020 🙂

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archanat
archanat21 days ago

Thank you so much for sharing with us

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luckydipies
luckydipies21 days ago

Thanks for sharing this, what a great idea, how big does the bag have to be(black bin liner or size of a supermarket bag?) and how full /heavy? Thanks in advance.

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lornaae
lornaae20 days ago

I was with someone who did this before and as far as I can remember it was just a normal sized carrier bag and it was full, I couldn't see any more info on the website about size/weight specifications etc but I'm sure you could ask in store or contact H&M

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luckydipies
luckydipies20 days ago

lornaae

Oh great!! thank you for all the info, it's very much appreciated 😁👍

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lornaae
lornaae19 days ago

luckydipies no problem! Hope you manage to it, think I’ll be doing this in future, nice to know your old clothes can be used in other ways

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luckydipies
luckydipies19 days ago

lornaae

Now I know this,im going to empty my wardrobe first, then my drawers and only put back,what I want to keep.Its a great idea knowing that any old clothes are going to be re-used in one way or another. It's also a good excuse for a clear out,or early spring clean. Thank you again. 👍😁💐

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lornaae
lornaae19 days ago

luckydipies yeah absolutely agree, I’ve been meaning to have a sort out for a while so this is great motivation to do it!🙂

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