PLANO, Texas, April 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- As Earth Day approaches, consumers are reminded to be kind to the earth, but at what cost? Often consumers equate products that are all natural, organic and environmentally friendly to costing more money. But going green does not have to be expensive; eco-friendly companies often offer ways to save when buying all natural products and in many ways going green pays consumers' dividends down the line.
"You can find deals on even environmentally friendly products that many consumers assume are more expensive," says Kevin Strawbridge, President of online savings hub DealTaker.com. "Deals aren't just geared towards bulk mainstream brands. The key is to remember to do your research and utilize the proper tools when making those purchases." Whether looking to make a holistic lifestyle change, or simply take small steps to help the Earth, Kevin offers tips on saving when going green.
Flowers: Mother's Day is coming soon and a green gift idea is sustainably grown flowers from OrganicBouquet.com. Save on flowers using a DealTaker.com coupon, just in time for the holiday!
Sleep Friendly: Keetsa.com offers eco-friendly mattresses, pillows, sheets and other options to keep your bedroom green. Visit the deal page now to receive free shipping and discounts on mattress protectors and pillows.
Energy Star Kitchen: Energy Star appliances come with an initial expense that soon pays off due to lower bills. Find the latest discounts on new kitchen appliances from Sears outlet store and Home Depot.
Switch to Pellets: The cost of oil is on the rise and an alternative home heating solution that is both environmentally friendly and cost effective is wood pellets. Learn more at WoodPellets.com on how to change your heating system and visit DealTaker.com to get WoodPellet deals.
Green Pets: Holistic remedies and all-natural treats are better for the environment and your pet's health. Find free shipping and other discount options at OnlyNaturalpets.com to even save on essentials like heartworm pills.
Fashion Forward: Have you noticed that many organic clothing options actually happen to be softer and more comfortable? Join the trend with Alternative Apparel's eco-friendly line. Transform your closet while saving 20% on purchases using the DealTaker.com coupon.
DealTaker.com is the premier destination for consumers looking to spend less and get more. A free coupon site for members to share and take deals, DealTaker.com makes it easy to save on merchandise and services including food, travel, electronics, home furnishings, jewelry and pet supplies, among others. Founded in Plano, Texas in 2004, DealTaker.com works with more than 2,500 stores, 70,000 followers on Twitter and more than 280,000 deal-sharing members to provide over 9,000 active coupons and deals every day.