DENVER, Nov. 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- eBags, the industry-leading e-tailer and travel gear expert, is making it easy for customers to enjoy the spirit of giving this holiday season. eBags believes that wonderful things can happen when a not-so-new bag gets a brand-new owner. Now, when an eBags customer has a backpack, business case, handbag or duffel that's no longer getting the love it deserves, the company's Trade In, Trade Up Program helps those bags stay out of the landfill.
eBags' partnership with Goodwill and Give Back Box® makes it easy for customers to donate their bags to charity with any shippable box. The program is completely free and eBags customers automatically qualify for a 25% off coupon and a free eBags Connected Luggage Tag for giving back. How it works: 1) Download and print your prepaid shipping label2) Pack up used bags and luggage or other used household items 3) Send your box. Mail your donations to Goodwill for free. You can drop off your package at a local UPS or USPS store, or schedule a pick-up with either company. 4) Save on something new for yourself. Once received, you will get an email with a code for 25% off and a free eBags Connected Luggage Tag. All donations are tax-deductible for the customer. All items donated must be used, without stains, burns, tears or holes, and wheels, handles and zippers must be intact and in working condition. "The community of wanderlovers who purchase eBags products is passionate and committed to helping others have a better journey," said eBags CEO Mike Edwards. "We're thrilled to launch our new Trade In, Trade Up Program, and to work with our community to provide an effortless and convenient way to share our good fortune, complement our 5% rewards program, and pay-it-forward to others." eBags' Trade In, Trade Up Program also supports the environment by recycling shipping boxes and keeping them out of landfills, as boxes are shipped directly to the nearest Goodwill organization. It's a win-win for all involved and a wonderful way for travelers to give back over the holiday season.