H&M clothes recycling offer - Get a FREE £5 voucher for unwanted clothing
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H&M clothes recycling offer - Get a FREE £5 voucher for unwanted clothing

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Refreshed 13th Feb (Posted 10th Feb)
Saw this board outside H&M, they will exchange a bag of unwanted clothes for a £5 voucher.

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Misslovely35 s ago

Will a fruit bag? Or a sandwich bag? Be ok?



Teabag
My wife has been using this for years. Usually it's £5 off a £25 spend. 1 voucher per bag of old clothes. Only one per transaction. The vouchers used to appear to be valid August to August but recent ones have different expiry month. But usually you have a few months to use.
As another user mentioned, H&M have been offering this for years good to remind everyone though!

Don’t forget the voucher is £5 off £25 spend.
CrudBucket46 m ago

Just use a small bag.


Will a fruit bag? Or a sandwich bag? Be ok?
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Sounds like an excellent idea!
Anyone know the full T&Cs for this? Could I take in 4 bags, get 4 vouchers and then use them in a single purchase?
My wife has been using this for years. Usually it's £5 off a £25 spend. 1 voucher per bag of old clothes. Only one per transaction. The vouchers used to appear to be valid August to August but recent ones have different expiry month. But usually you have a few months to use.
grommachine9 h, 17 m ago

My wife has been using this for years. Usually it's £5 off a £25 spend. 1 …My wife has been using this for years. Usually it's £5 off a £25 spend. 1 voucher per bag of old clothes. Only one per transaction. The vouchers used to appear to be valid August to August but recent ones have different expiry month. But usually you have a few months to use.


Does the bag have to be full?
Darkraiser9 m ago

Does the bag have to be full?


I took a small carrier bag with 2 kids t-shirts last time and they said its supposed to be a bigger filler bag, but gave me the voucher anyway. Done this for years if I know I am spending £25-30
Darkraiser9 m ago

Does the bag have to be full?


Just use a small bag.
CrudBucket46 m ago

Just use a small bag.


Will a fruit bag? Or a sandwich bag? Be ok?
Misslovely35 s ago

Will a fruit bag? Or a sandwich bag? Be ok?



Teabag
We have used the old free /5p carrier bags in the past but usually they are full.
CrudBucket41 m ago

Teabag


bilbo bag-gins
Edited by: "chimpee" 11th Feb
richard1913 h, 27 m ago

Anyone know the full T&Cs for this? Could I take in 4 bags, get 4 vouchers …Anyone know the full T&Cs for this? Could I take in 4 bags, get 4 vouchers and then use them in a single purchase?


One bag = one voucher
As another user mentioned, H&M have been offering this for years good to remind everyone though!

Don’t forget the voucher is £5 off £25 spend.
Anyone know if you can take multiple bags at the same time?
Gotta5 m ago

Anyone know if you can take multiple bags at the same time?


Yes you can. 1 voucher per bag.
what a great deal. i got so much clothes to chuck out, i just normally chuck them in the bin. a great opportunity to get rid of hubby's clothes, lol
grommachine12 h, 19 m ago

My wife has been using this for years. Usually it's £5 off a £25 spend. 1 …My wife has been using this for years. Usually it's £5 off a £25 spend. 1 voucher per bag of old clothes. Only one per transaction. The vouchers used to appear to be valid August to August but recent ones have different expiry month. But usually you have a few months to use.


Similar scheme also running in M&S, at least it was in the past unsure if still going on.

It is more about your spending than the recycling, canning way to make you keep on spending...
I didn’t know about this, handy to know, thanks op
you can sell them for a tenner a bag at clothes recyclers
mutley12 h, 41 m ago

what a great deal. i got so much clothes to chuck out, i just normally …what a great deal. i got so much clothes to chuck out, i just normally chuck them in the bin. a great opportunity to get rid of hubby's clothes, lol


You chuck clothes in the bin that's not very eco friendly
Janzbro1 h, 56 m ago

you can sell them for a tenner a bag at clothes recyclers


Really? Where are you based? Not sure if my area has recyclers that would pay £10 a bag.
near Hartlepool

Thr cash for clothes shop - not sure if local
Edited by: "Janzbro" 11th Feb
The H&M I went to the other day to drop clothes off said that it didn’t matter how many items were in the bag. I only had a handful of items
Domthedonkey4 h, 28 m ago

You chuck clothes in the bin that's not very eco friendly


i know. i used to take them to the clothes recycle bins but they were always so full to the brim, i got fed up taking the clothes back home as you can't leave the bags outside the full bins, you would be done for fly tipping! so now i just chuck it in the black bin, much less fuss.

i don't know who needs clothes as where we live the clothes bins are always so full as people throw out so much clothes.
mutley144 m ago

i know. i used to take them to the clothes recycle bins but they were …i know. i used to take them to the clothes recycle bins but they were always so full to the brim, i got fed up taking the clothes back home as you can't leave the bags outside the full bins, you would be done for fly tipping! so now i just chuck it in the black bin, much less fuss. i don't know who needs clothes as where we live the clothes bins are always so full as people throw out so much clothes.


In general charity shops will take old clothes. Those that aren't saleable they can sell on by the bag for "scrap" value.
so this deal is not about getting £5 voucher with no minimum spend but about "£5 off £25 spend"?
Edited by: "kiwio" 11th Feb
mutley11 h, 48 m ago

i know. i used to take them to the clothes recycle bins but they were …i know. i used to take them to the clothes recycle bins but they were always so full to the brim, i got fed up taking the clothes back home as you can't leave the bags outside the full bins, you would be done for fly tipping! so now i just chuck it in the black bin, much less fuss. i don't know who needs clothes as where we live the clothes bins are always so full as people throw out so much clothes.


Don't you get those charity bags posted through your door to put clothes in,we get loads?
dragonsmum1 h, 44 m ago

In general charity shops will take old clothes. Those that aren't …In general charity shops will take old clothes. Those that aren't saleable they can sell on by the bag for "scrap" value.


I used to take stuff down the charity shops but I gave up after a while as they are often busy so I have to queue to give the stuff in. Then they are not near to me so I have to make a special trip there.
Domthedonkey41 m ago

Don't you get those charity bags posted through your door to put clothes …Don't you get those charity bags posted through your door to put clothes in,we get loads?


Yeah. But I read that they are often from Eastern Europeans who make money out of them and pretend they are raising money for charity.
Hear. Thanks up didn't know about this could do with being amended in the title though to ensure people know it's £5 off a £25 spend because unless you scroll through the comments it's not evident
Can be used online as well.
Anyone know if it combines with app offers?
grommachine23 h, 49 m ago

My wife has been using this for years. Usually it's £5 off a £25 spend. 1 …My wife has been using this for years. Usually it's £5 off a £25 spend. 1 voucher per bag of old clothes. Only one per transaction. The vouchers used to appear to be valid August to August but recent ones have different expiry month. But usually you have a few months to use.


i donated in dec and the voucher valid until feb. so only 2 mths. before you can only redeem it instore but now it can be redeem online.
Cheapea11 h, 31 m ago

Similar scheme also running in M&S, at least it was in the past unsure if …Similar scheme also running in M&S, at least it was in the past unsure if still going on. It is more about your spending than the recycling, canning way to make you keep on spending...


for M&s, you have to donate it through oxfam and at least one of the clothes has to be from M&S. the voucher only valid for 30days and min spend £30 (i might be wrong as i dont really remember
Ruth.Renata6 h, 12 m ago

for M&s, you have to donate it through oxfam and at least one of the …for M&s, you have to donate it through oxfam and at least one of the clothes has to be from M&S. the voucher only valid for 30days and min spend £30 (i might be wrong as i dont really remember


Think M&S have been selling them back in their sales.
mutley18 h, 27 m ago

Yeah. But I read that they are often from Eastern Europeans who make …Yeah. But I read that they are often from Eastern Europeans who make money out of them and pretend they are raising money for charity.


You can check the charity number on the packet that's posted through the door.

It's usually people stealing the bags is the thing to worry about but we take most of our stuff to the charity shop I only usually put things i've used for gardening and painting in those bags in case anyone decides to steal them
Right guys let's get the food bags out a sock in each.
Just give them to charity. Worth more than a fiver
mutley19 h, 51 m ago

I used to take stuff down the charity shops but I gave up after a while as …I used to take stuff down the charity shops but I gave up after a while as they are often busy so I have to queue to give the stuff in. Then they are not near to me so I have to make a special trip there.


Keep them in bin bags somewhere out the way and then take them, it may need a little effort but ultimately it's for charity, we should all give up our time for charity sometimes. I don't wait if they are busy, I take them in and put them either by the door to the store room or next to the counter and say "excuse me just donating these".

Sorry if this sounds a bit off, but it just sounds like you're making excuses to do the easiest thing and dump them in the bin. Go out of your way to take them to charity. It doesn't have to be more than once every month or so, does it?
Ruth.Renata7 h, 57 m ago

for M&s, you have to donate it through oxfam and at least one of the …for M&s, you have to donate it through oxfam and at least one of the clothes has to be from M&S. the voucher only valid for 30days and min spend £30


M&S sends me 20% off vouchers all years round, better than this.
Domthedonkey10 h, 44 m ago

Don't you get those charity bags posted through your door to put clothes …Don't you get those charity bags posted through your door to put clothes in,we get loads?


So did we, but more than once in our neighbourhood they were not bothered to pick up. Why?

Don't want to encourage stealing...
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