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The “Great Trade-In” Event at Babies“R”Us and Toys“R”Us Stores Nationwide

From Friday, January 28 through Monday, February 21, Babies“R”Us and Toys“R”Us stores nationwide are holding the “Great Trade-In” event, urging customers to trade-in any used cribs, car seats, bassinets, strollers, travel systems, play yards, high chairs or toddler beds in exchange for a 25% savings on the purchase of any new baby item, in any of these product categories, from select manufacturers.

The “Great Trade-In” event is a national safety program designed to draw attention to the fact that certain used baby products, like cribs and car seats, can carry potential hazards, but are still in circulation and are not the best candidates to be handed down or resold.  Beyond recalls, certain older and used baby items can be potentially unsafe for a variety of reasons, including damage or lack of compliance with recent advances in product safety standards. Since the company introduced the “Great Trade-In” event in September 2009, approximately 300,000 potentially unsafe cribs, car seats and other baby products – most of which were in extremely poor condition – have been turned in at stores across the country.

Customers can visit their local Babies“R”Us or Toys“R”Us store to trade-in used cribs or baby products.  Day care centers or other organizations that wish to exchange items in bulk are encouraged to contact their local Babies“R”Us or Toys“R”Us store prior to returning their used items to ensure adequate availability of new merchandise.

For more information on the “Great Trade-In” event, including a list of participating manufacturers, please visit Babiesrus.com/trade-in.  For additional information on Toys“R”Us, Inc. safety initiatives, tips to keep kids safe and to sign up to receive e-mail notifications about product recalls visit Toysrus.com/Safety.

  1. September 20, 2011 at 10:48 am

    Wow..wish I had known about this event. I think its great they did something to try and prevent items such as carseats from being resold when they could be potentially dangerous.

  1. February 1, 2011 at 2:53 pm

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