Have you got a used Ergobaby carrier hanging out in your closet with no kiddos small enough to make use of it anymore? If you’re in the U.S., we’ve got great news. The Ergobaby Everlove program is here to help you give your carrier a second shot at life, while also putting some extra cash in your pocket.
What Is The Ergobaby Everlove Program?
The Ergobaby Everlove Program is dedicated to providing a sustainable option for preloved Ergobaby carriers. The program buys back used Ergobaby carriers from parents like you who are ready to pass them along.
Ergobaby then inspects the carriers, deep cleans them, and undertakes any repairs that are necessary before sending them off to their new homes.
Aside from making some extra cash-ola, you can feel good about doing your little part to help the environment by preventing unnecessary items from ending up in a landfill.
How Do I Sell My Used Ergobaby Carrier?
Visit this link to follow the steps to see if your Ergobaby carrier meets the requirements to be sold through the Everlove program. There’s a handy little questionnaire you can fill out to determine your carrier’s eligibility. If your carrier meets the requirements, you can even opt to share your carrier’s “story” with its future owners (awwww).
They are accepting:
- Omni 360
- Hip Seat
They are not accepting:
- Aura Wrap
- Licensed Carriers
- Doll Carriers
One carrier can be mailed in per transaction to be inspected by Ergobaby. As long as it’s in good condition, authentic, and can be safely used, you’ll receive either:
- a $50 gift card to Ergobaby.com
- a $20 gift card to a retailer of your choice
- a $30 donation made on your behalf to Baby2Baby
And that’s it!
The Everlove program makes it super simple to pass the joy of an Ergo onto another family who can make a new set of memories in their carrier, all thanks to you.
When can I buy a used carrier from the Ergobaby Everlove program?
You’ll be able to shop Everlove by Ergobaby pre-loved baby carriers in late Spring 2020.
Do you have an Ergo carrier that you love? Would you consider selling it back to Ergobaby when you’re done with it? We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments.