It’s back! Here’s how to bag to a real IKEA Christmas tree for just £9

Highly anticipated annual Christmas tree offer has returned for 2021
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  • Those Scandinavians really know how to do Christmas, and it usually includes a real spruce fir tree. We think that’s the reason why, once again, our favourite Swedish homeware store has bought back the real IKEA Christmas tree deal.

    IKEA is giving all customers a £20 voucher to spend in-store when they buy a real Christmas tree for £29. Meaning your IKEA Christmas tree costs just £9!

    If you are a regular IKEA customer and are sure to be spending £20 in an IKEA store next year this works out to be an absolute bargain!

    IKEA Christmas tree voucher is back!

    IKEA Christmas tree WITH GOLD BAUBLES

    Image credit: IKEA

    ‘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, IKEA UK and Ireland.

    ‘With the added bonus of a £20 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!’

    IKEA Christmas tree REAL FIR

    Image credit: IKEA

    The Christmas trees are available in-store for a month from November 22nd until the 23rd of December 2021. The real fir Christmas trees stocked by IKEA this year will be sourced from Scotland. IKEA Cardiff will be stocking trees grown in Wales.

    The Christmas tree offer will be available in participating stores excluding IKEA Leeds and Manchester. While the IKEA Tottenham, Lakeside, Warrington, Gateshead & Greenwich stores are participating IKEA warns that they are experiencing some delays with their supply.

    Image credit: IKEA

    You’ll just need to remember to spend your voucher in-store between  10th January and 13th February 2022 next year. Unfortunately, it won’t 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. Alternatively, you can hand it over to the local council to ensure it is disposed of properly. If you aren’t able to do this it might be wiser to invest in one of the best artificial Christmas trees instead.

    Thanks, IKEA! We’ll probably be spending our £20 voucher on storage solutions for all the gifts Santa will be bringing us. Well, here’s hoping…

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