After a total bargain at this festive time? For the ninth year in a row, get a £ 20 voucher when you buy a real IKEA Christmas tree for just £ 29.
Are you thinking of having a real Christmas this year?
Would you like the scent of pine needles to fill your home?
The latest offering from IKEA can help you keep your budget in check!
IKEA Christmas tree
To get your hands on a super cheap tree and voucher, all you have to do is shop at IKEA between November 22, 2021 and December 23, 2021.
The tree on offer is the real ABIES NORMANNIANA Christmas tree [Article number: 80228363]. The Christmas trees in the IKEA range were obtained from Scotland in previous years.
You have to buy it for £ 29 (which is cheap in itself!) And IKEA will give you a £ 20 voucher to spend in the store (more details below).
(Don’t worry about the needle prick, here’s how to keep your Christmas tree alive until the New Year).
The Christmas trees are only available in participating stores, with the exception of IKEA Leeds and Manchester.
There are some inventory delays at the branches in Tottenham, Lakeside, Warrington, Gateshead and Greenwich.
Enter the Ikea voucher
This offer has been running for nine years and is very popular.
The trees may be sold out and this offer is only valid if they are still available in the store.
Redeem your £ 20 IKEA voucher at any participating UK store.
When it comes to redeeming your voucher, you can use it for everything in the store except for the IKEA restaurant, the IKEA Swedish grocery store and the IKEA bistro.
You cannot use the voucher for purchases in the IKEA Shop Online either.
See the full terms and conditions of the offer.
IKEA shopping tips
To make the most of your trip to IKEA, here are a few tips:
- When shopping, make sure you take comfortable shoes with you and don’t get lost in the aisles!
- Whatever you do, be sure to make a list before you go to the store as it is so easy to get your napkins, candles, picture frames and everything else before you check out! It has the same bargain appeal as a pound store!
- Also, make sure you have your IKEA Family card in your pocket. You can get additional discounts on items by showing the card at checkout.
- Find out what is going on in the store you plan to visit. There is a lot going on in the run-up to Christmas. For example, our local is hosting a Treetorial to share tips on decorating trees (plus a goody bag), as well as hosting hacks, elf tales, homemade Christmas card tips, and gift wrapping demonstrations. Check your nearest store to see what’s going on and when.
Remember to take advantage of the buyback program while you are at IKEA, which allows you to sell your unwanted furniture.
Don’t let your real Christmas tree go to waste after the 12th night!
There are many things that you can do to make sure that you are recycling your Christmas tree and making additional use of it.