Written by Hugh Metcalf

IKEA’s £9 Christmas tree deal returns for 2020

If you buy one of IKEA’s £29 real Christmas trees, you’ll receive a £20 voucher in return! Here’s what you could spend your credit on..

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Buying a real Christmas tree certainly adds to the magic of the festive period. Don’t you just love the scent of a proper tree in your living room? However, real trees can be expensive, at a time of year where you’re already forking out for presents and food for friends and family.

IKEA’s big idea to tackle this is to offer a real Christmas tree for £9 – well, sort of… In order to take advantage of the deal, you need to purchase an Abies Nordmannania tree between 22nd November and 24th December 2019. After you buy a tree, you’ll be issued with a £20 voucher that you can spend at participating IKEA stores between 18th January to 28th February 2020. This year, IKEA will only be selling Nordman Fir trees – sustainably forested in Scotland for stores in England and Scotland, and why Wales’ stores will have a supply of Welsh-grown trees.

In terms of COVID-19 regulations, you’ll have to refer to local guidelines. IKEA stores in England will be shut until at least the 2nd December, but trees can be pre-ordered for collection before then from your choice of IKEA store carparks, excluding Greenwich, Manchester, Norwich and Aberdeen OCP’s and Tottenham Court Road Planning Studio.

In Scotland and Wales, they can be collected from outside the store as per normal.

Here’s a few ideas of what you could spend your £20 voucher on.

A new lamp or pendant light

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A stylish mix of brass and reeded-style glass, these light fittings look much more luxe than their price tag. The Solklint pendant is £19, while the Solklint lamp is just £13!

These Insta-favourite styling pieces

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With a Svenvas pegboard, Handskalad artist’s figure and your Instagram account, you can do great things. These are both £10 each, so perfect candidates for your £20 voucher.

A whole side table

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Throw in £2 and your Christmas tree purchase could bag you this nifty little Burvik side table – amazing value at just £22!

 

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