Save even more on Earth Day at Kid to Kid

Good Things Utah
Sign up for our GTU Newsletter and Recipe Newsletter, bringing you our favorite recipes, guests, and more every day!

Rob Aguero, owner of Sandy’s Kid to Kid joins Good Things Utah with an example of the items you can buy and sell at Kid to Kid. Every Kid to Kid location provides hand-selected gently used items, as well as an affordable selection of brand new items. All Utah stores are locally owned and are stocked with hundreds of new items coming in every day. Plus, at Kid to Kid they offer YOU cash or 20% more in store credit for your kids’ stuff – so shop while you get paid for your gently-used kid items. Because stores are locally owned and locally stocked, with hundreds of new items coming in every day, you will find different items behind every pink door. One thing you can always expect: a wide selection of ways to save.

April 22 is Earth Day and it’s like Earth Day everyday at Kid to Kid! Bringing your kids’ outgrown items to Kid to Kid is recycling that pays. Even items that they turn away are donated to a local charity in our community to help children or mothers in need. They love giving back to the community and bringing in your kids’ outgrown and gently used items is the easiest way to start. Come celebrate Earth Day at Kid to Kid. Visit any of the 10 locations on April 22 and receive 22% off anything you can fit into a reusable bag. That means 22% off any items that are nearly 70-75% less than retail already. Be creative and bring any reusable bag, even one as big as a gardening/leaf bag, and go green at Kid to Kid!

Kid to Kid of Utah has 10 locations across the state. For the store nearest you go to

This story includes sponsored content. 

Copyright 2020 Nexstar Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

Utah VP Debate

More Utah Debate

Good Things Utah Sponsors