Martin Lewis shares easy way you can get free cash for recycling ‘Really simple!’

Martin Lewis returning with a brand new series of his Money Show Live on ITV on Thursday evening. While energy was top of his agenda, the money saving expert wanted to share a few clever ways shoppers could get free cash for recycling. He also mentioned a few retailers who were giving away free products when you returned empty pots and packaging. 


Thinking of updating your wardrobe? Have a look to see whether you’ve got some old items you could recycle to get a money off voucher. 

H&M has a money clothes recycling scheme that will reward you with a £5 off and 20 loyalty points if you’re a H&M member. 

All you have to do is donate a bag of old clothes or unwanted garments. 

Clothing can be from any brand, not just H&M and in any condition. 

You can also recycle any kind of textile, whether it’s curtains, shoes, towels, old knickers etc. 

As for the voucher T&C’s to spend the £5 in store or online, you must have £25 or more in your basket. 

Marks & Spencer 

Marks & Spencer partnered with Oxfam back in 2008 and launched Swhopping – an easy way to give unwanted clothes a second life. 

Every Shwopped item makes a difference and Oxfam knows how to make the most money out of every single item. 

Unwanted clothes donated by the public to Oxfam shops or in M&S stores are turned into millions of pounds every year – whether by selling them in our shops, selling them overseas or recycling them. 

But nothing ends up in a landfill.

So how does it work? 

Anyone who has M&S clothes that they are looking to get rid of, can bag them up and take them to their local Oxfam or M&S store. 

The clothing must be clean, undamaged and M&S branded.

Underwear, socks or swimwear will not be accepted. 

In return, a £5 voucher will be issued to spend in M&S on orders over £35 – but you can’t spend that on M&S Food. 

Since the partnership began, over 28 million garments have been donated in M&S and Oxfam shops, worth an estimated £19 million for the charity. 

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Throughout 2021, Lush is inviting customers in the UK and Ireland to return any of their Lush plastic packaging back to our shops for recycling.

Not only that but customers can claim 50p/c towards their Lush shopping per qualifying item they bring back. This ‘deposit’ return will be added towards their total bill at the till-point on the same day.

Martin also spoke about returning “ five black pots or full-size plastic containers [and] you can get a free £9 face mask”.  

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