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H&M and Grab will pick up your unwanted garments for free

No excuses about being too lazy to drop off your clothes yourself

By Andrea Tim | Published: 13 Apr 2016

H&M collects clothes
Photo: H&M

To celebrate World Recycle Week, H&M and Grab will reward you for donating your unwanted textiles. The best part: you don't have to go to the store to drop off your clothes. Grab will do that for you for free, but this is only available in the Klang Valley.

Every day from 18 to 24 April, 11am to 3pm, send your unwanted garments via Grab and receive two H&M vouchers that give you a 15% discount on one item. Simply download the Grab app onto your phone, select the H&M icon, hit 'Next' and book a ride. Make sure you're booking via the H&M tab. Key in your pick-up location, and select H&M Lot 10 as your destination. Have your bag of textiles ready for a Grab driver to collect it.

And finally, no, you can't hitch a ride with your old clothes. Read more terms and conditions here.

This is H&M's first World Recycle Week and singer M.I.A. (pictured above) is the face of the campaign. In addition, H&M will be opening two new stores in Malaysia: in AEON Mall Shah Alam on 21 April and in AEON Mall Kota Bharu on 28 April. The first 200 customers to queue up on the opening day of the stores will receive an H&M shopping voucher worth up to RM500, among other special prizes.

Related: H&M's Spring 2016 collection is for exploring cities in


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