Toys'R'Us expands trade-in event to include clothing

- Toys"R"Us announced its trade event, the Great Trade-In, is back but with more options for parents ready to clean out their kids' closets. 

The toy retailer has held Great Trade-In events for the past eight years, but say this year will be "greater" than years before.

At this year's event, now called the Greater Trade-In, Toys"R"Us is taking "old, used, outgrown and potentially dangerous gear and furniture items," including crib and toddler mattresses and used car seats. In return, shoppers get 25 percent off on a new gear or furniture item.

This year, gently used clothing has been added to the Greater Trade-In event and Babies“R ”Us and Toys“R ”Us are working with local charities across the country to help clothe children in need.

Anyone who brings in clothes for the event will get a 25 percent discount on their entire purchase of clothing through March 18. 

The Greater Trade-In event begins Sunday, February 11 for loyalty members, and Friday, February 16 for all other customers, and will run through Sunday, March 18.

Customers using their “R”Us credit card will receive a 30% discount when trading in gear, furniture or clothing in the store. Some restrictions apply, of course, so check with your local store for details.

Anyone who doesn't have something to trade can get 15 percent off on one gear or furniture item  Friday, February 16 through Sunday, March 18. 

At stores undergoing liquidation, customers will be offered a 25 percent coupon on their trade-in which can be utilized at local participating Babies“R”Us stores or online at, valid through March 18.

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