Get 30% Off Code & Gift When You Trade in Any Old Denim @ GUESS

Blue Jeans Go Green Denim Trade-In @ GUESS

Got any old denim? Because now thru 10/1 GUESS has partnered with the Cotton Incorporated Blue Jeans Go Green™ program and they're giving you quite an incentive to recycle your old stuff! All you have to do is bring ANY denim clothing item of ANY brand to your local GUESS store you'll receive a keychain gift with a discount code valid for 30% off a new denim item!

I love a deal with a good cause and this is a great one! Plus you can bring in as many denim items as you want and you'll get up to FIVE keychain gifts each containing a one-time use discount code good for 30% off your purchase!

The items you bring in can be any denim item whether it's a pair of toddler jeans, your own jeans or a denim shirt. And they don't have to be GUESS brand items either! Any brand, any denim and you score a gift with a 30% off discount code inside!

GUESS has partnered with the Blue Jeans Go Green movement to give your old, unwanted denim a "new life" and a better purpose. By recycling worn denim into Ultratouch Denim Insulation, the Blue Jeans Go GreenTM program keeps textile waste out of landfills and helps with building efforts in communities in need around the country.

Since its launch in 2006, Blue Jeans Go Green has diverted over 600 TONS of denim from landfills and collected over a million pieces of denim to date. That's pretty impressive right?!

This is definitely a cause I can get behind! And scoring some new GUESS denim at 30% off for doing it? Pssht, sign me up!!

The discount codes are valid for use thru October 1st on any one regular priced GUESS denim item. (Some exclusions apply - Click here for more details).

If you're using multiple promo codes, they will apply first to the lowest, regular priced denim item in your order. And the keychain gift is only available while supplies last.

So hurry in to GUESS with your old denim and get yourself hooked up with a deal on some new stuff quick before this offer ends on 10/1!

And click here if you'd like more information on the Cotton Incorporated Blue Jeans Go Green movement.

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