Deck the halls and get cosy by the fireplace because Christmas is ringing in early this year. You guessed it, our favourite Swedish homeware store is bringing back the real IKEA Christmas tree deal.
If not even one of the best artificial Christmas trees is taking your fancy and you want to opt for the real deal this festive season, you can bag one for a budget at IKEA.
IKEA is giving all customers a £10 voucher to spend in-store when they buy a real Christmas tree for £25 – meaning your IKEA Christmas tree costs just £15. And with the cost of living concerns amidst us, we’re keen to take any deal that comes our way, especially for Christmas time.
If you are a regular IKEA customer and are sure to be spending £10 in an IKEA store next year this works out to be an absolute bargain!
Real IKEA Christmas tree voucher is back
‘Over the festive season, a beautifully decorated tree can become a focal point of any space. We’re really happy to be bringing back IKEA’s real Christmas trees for another year, offering affordable, high-quality trees for customers to enjoy,’ says Anna Liakh, commercial activities leader at IKEA UK and Ireland (opens in new tab).
‘With the added bonus of a £10 voucher to spend in the new year across our range of homewares in-store, we hope to spread the festive cheer for a few more months to come!’
The Christmas trees will be available in-store for a month from November 25th until the 24th of December 2022. To help ensure that trees stay fresher for longer, stores located in England and Scotland will only be stocking locally sourced Nordmann fir trees grown in Scotland. IKEA Cardiff will be stocking trees grown in Wales.
The Christmas tree offer will be available in all UK stores excluding IKEA Greenwich and IKEA Hammersmith.
However, you’ll just need to remember to spend your voucher in-store between 9th January and 15th February 2023 next year as the offer will unfortunately not be valid straight away.
Once the festive season is over, IKEA is encouraging its customers to recycle their Christmas tree responsibly. You can do this at home if you have space to compost it or use it for firewood. Using it for firewood could be a savvy solution if you’ve recently considered turning to a wood burner vs central heating.
Alternatively, you can hand it over to the local council to ensure it is disposed of properly. Thanks, IKEA! We’ll probably be spending our £10 voucher on storage solutions for all the gifts Santa will be bringing us. Well, here’s hoping…
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