By Caroline Hallemann
February 13, 2015
Briggs & Riley Torq International Carry-on Spinner
Credit: Briggs & Riley

Does your carry-on need an upgrade? Before you splurge on a brand new bag, take a look at the luggage collecting dust in your closet.

From February 13 to March 1, Briggs & Riley is hosting “A Case for Giving,” a luggage trade-in program benefitting over 100 charity partners including foster homes, battered women’s shelters, Dress for Success, and Ronald McDonald House charities in communities across the country.

Simply roll in to one of the participating Briggs & Riley retailers with your gently used luggage and roll out with a new bag, at a discount. The program will give you a $100 credit for donating a gently used Briggs & Riley roller bag or a $50 credit for a non-Briggs rolling suitcase.

Now that’s baggage worth claiming.