Add yoga pants to the list of items you can trade in for store credit.

In advance of Earth Day, Lululemon announced a sustainability program called “Like New”; starting in May, get ready to save big on your next new pair of Lululemon leggings by trading in your old ones.

Ready to create your own Lululemon sale? Here’s what you need to know:

 

Expect a $10 gift card for each pair of ‘like new’ leggings.

Lululemon says they’re going to accept “gently used” Lululemon garments, in exchange for an electronic store gift card.

Here are the e-gift card amounts Lululemon plans to dole out:

  • $5: tank tops, T-shirts, short sleeve shirts, long sleeve shirts, shorts
  • $10: hoodies, sweatshirts, sweaters, pants, crops, leggings, dresses, bags
  • $25: coats and jackets

There’s no limit to the number of items you can exchange for gift cards.

 

The trade-in program begins in May at select stores.

While Lululemon is fully planning to roll out the Like New program nationwide, they’re starting at more than 80 stores in California and Texas in May.

Then, in June, Lululemon will introduce a resale business at those same stores.

The company says they’re planning to roll this out slowly, and they haven’t set any dates for expansion.

 

 

Look for Lululemon to start selling the used clothes soon.

After the Like New program starts in California and Texas, stores in those states will start selling the used clothes — after they’re professionally cleaned and sanitized.

Any items that can’t be resold will be recycled.

 

Buy discounted Lululemon gift cards now to save even more.

Whether you’re buying deeply discounted used Lululemon apparel or you’re planning to buy a new set of leggings after trading in your old stuff, a discounted Lululemon gift card will make you save even more.

Save an extra 4 – 6% when you buy a discounted gift card from Raise.com. Stack it with your Like New gift card to create a pretty incredible sale. There are plenty more Lululemon shopping hacks where that came from.

 

Lululemon Is Gonna Pay You for Old Yoga Pants