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Finally a spot to recycle your used and recalled baby gear. The '??Great Trade-In'? event takes place from Friday, January 28 through Monday, February 21 at all Babies'??R'?Us and Toys'??R'?Us stores nationwide.

Babies'??R'?Us and Toys'??R'?Us stores across the country are once again hosting the popular '??Great Trade-In'? event, which encourages parents and caregivers to bring in potentially unsafe used baby items, such as cribs, car seats, strollers and more in exchange for a 25% savings on the purchase of a new item.

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We applaud this effort and hope the goods end up getting recycled not filling up a landfill. For the latest information about the '??Great Trade-In'? event, product safety standards, tips to keep kids safe and to sign up to receive e-mail notifications about product recalls, you can visit the company'??s dedicated Safety website, www.toysrus.com

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