Get a of Reynolds new recycled aluminum foil (worth up to $4) when you visit their Web site on Earth Day. Go here to set up a .
My Green Electronics is a cool site that lets you each appliance and gadget sucks by the minute, day, month and year. Knowing the cost of each item may help you cut back.
MSNBC has a of green resources, like a site that helps you find a local recycling program for a lot more than bottles, get info on hybrid and alternative-fuel cars, and more.
Get $1 and $2 off coupons for Seventh Generation products when you register on their site.
Yahoo! has a with many money-saving tips, like using baking soda as a home cleaner and buying an LCD TV instead of a plasma TV, which uses twice as much energy. If you have covered all the basics, read their ten tips to go .
The site 123 Greetings has you can send electronically to friends.
Get a at Peet’s Coffee when you buy one of three green products, from $5 to $22. Peet’s regularly gives ten cents off if you bring your own cup and twenty-five cents off when you reuse a bag. They also give away coffee grounds for your garden or compost bin. Just ask.
You may find many local deals by Googling “earth day deals + 93167” or whatever your zip code may be.
Find Earth Day events .