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They did this last year to, we bought it and it was really good.
Buy the tree on the 2 selected December dates, last year it was the first 2 Saturdays in December. They were sizes from 4ft to 6 or 7 ft last year.
You paid £25 for the tree on the day, at the same time they give you a voucher for £20 to spend in Ikea, obviously, but that's usually valid first few weeks in January.
I won't insult anyone by showing the final amount, technically, paid!!
This is all from memory but I saw the poster in Leeds store at weekend, anyone assist with a picture or link would be good
Not sure if it's online, seems not at the minute. Will keep an eye out and keep updating when I see it again etc.


The link will take you to the tree stand, also very good.


Enjoy, we will/did!


EDIT: these were not tiered when i bought the tree. £25 for a tree of 4-6/7ft and the £20 voucher was given. This was Leeds Ikea, other may differ i guess

1st and 8th December
- Sanchit

Last year. The offer continued onto the Sunday and through the week until all trees had sold out. So if you can't make it on Saturday don't worry too much.
- allsaint23

Between 6th December & 22nd December. See back page of Xmas catalogue.

http://onlinecatalogue.ikea.com/GB/en/Winter_Brochure/
- allsaint23
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1 Like #41
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1 Like #42
Their trees in Milton Keynes last year lasted so well, i was so surprised!
#43
I did this last year at the Lakeside Store in Essex and we paid £25 for tree and got a £20 voucher which I spent in January. Excellent deal and will do it again if they have it at Lakeside!
#44
eggroll
I did this last year at the Croydon branch.

Good tree at a good price, however the vouchers were tiered - £5 voucher for a £25.00 Tree, £10 for a £35.00, £20 for £50, etc.

Still a good deal overall, but not quite as good as advertised on this deal...


karri123
eggroll
I did this last year at the Croydon branch.

Good tree at a good price, however the vouchers were tiered - £5 voucher for a £25.00 Tree, £10 for a £35.00, £20 for £50, etc.

Still a good deal overall, but not quite as good as advertised on this deal...


Ah! Was thinking that seemed a great deal and I do like a real tree! Will keep an eye on this and see what transpires :)



Croydon must be conning people, nottingham was £25 for any tree and everyone got a £20 voucher
#45
If I remember correctly, we also got a voucher for a percentage off tree accessories? 10-25% off, which you could use to buy a stand.

That first weekend, they also had loads of mulled juice and gingerbread samples - we had them at every opportunity ;-D
#46
chapchap
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/A7W_xFPCQAAEIvm.jpg

The 8th isn't a Saturday.....!
1 Like #47
1on4
chapchap
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/A7W_xFPCQAAEIvm.jpg

The 8th isn't a Saturday.....!

It was in 2012 :-)
1 Like #48
Does it come with all the parts included? :p

I might just go to Ikea on one of the promo days for the entertainment value. Last time I was there I ended up spending about an hour sat outside with a coffee near the loading area. Its like the best show you could hope for, with the inclusion of a christmas tree I could see it being very entertaining.
1 Like #49
1on4
chapchap
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/A7W_xFPCQAAEIvm.jpg

The 8th isn't a Saturday.....!
It's from last year- just using it as an example of what the op means.
#50
Is this confirmed happening this year?
#51
Never had a real xmas tree before but am tempted with this offer. If I purchased around 1st dec- will it last until xmas??? Thanks guys
#52
Chuckles1001
eggroll
I did this last year at the Croydon branch.Good tree at a good price, however the vouchers were tiered - £5 voucher for a £25.00 Tree, £10 for a £35.00, £20 for £50, etc.Still a good deal overall, but not quite as good as advertised on this deal...
karri123
eggroll
I did this last year at the Croydon branch.Good tree at a good price, however the vouchers were tiered - £5 voucher for a £25.00 Tree, £10 for a £35.00, £20 for £50, etc.Still a good deal overall, but not quite as good as advertised on this deal...
Ah! Was thinking that seemed a great deal and I do like a real tree! Will keep an eye on this and see what transpires :)
Croydon must be conning people, nottingham was £25 for any tree and everyone got a £20 voucher

This is Croydon's offer from last year

http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&frm=1&source=web&cd=2&ved=0CDAQFjAB&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ikea.com%2Fms%2Fen_GB%2Fimg%2Flocal_store_info%2Fcroydon%2Fxmas_tree_t_and_c[1].pdf&ei=2rZeUszZL8OWhQfWhoHgAQ&usg=AFQjCNGTulXdZouyelBMjuzfSvqj-OEg7g&bvm=bv.54176721,d.ZG4
#53
Devro
Chuckles1001
eggroll
I did this last year at the Croydon branch.Good tree at a good price, however the vouchers were tiered - £5 voucher for a £25.00 Tree, £10 for a £35.00, £20 for £50, etc.Still a good deal overall, but not quite as good as advertised on this deal...
karri123
eggroll
I did this last year at the Croydon branch.Good tree at a good price, however the vouchers were tiered - £5 voucher for a £25.00 Tree, £10 for a £35.00, £20 for £50, etc.Still a good deal overall, but not quite as good as advertised on this deal...
Ah! Was thinking that seemed a great deal and I do like a real tree! Will keep an eye on this and see what transpires :)
Croydon must be conning people, nottingham was £25 for any tree and everyone got a £20 voucher

This is Croydon's offer from last year

http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&frm=1&source=web&cd=2&ved=0CDAQFjAB&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ikea.com%2Fms%2Fen_GB%2Fimg%2Flocal_store_info%2Fcroydon%2Fxmas_tree_t_and_c[1].pdf&ei=2rZeUszZL8OWhQfWhoHgAQ&usg=AFQjCNGTulXdZouyelBMjuzfSvqj-OEg7g&bvm=bv.54176721,d.ZG4

No that's from the year before last i.e 2011.
#54
princessyin
Never had a real xmas tree before but am tempted with this offer. If I purchased around 1st dec- will it last until xmas??? Thanks guys
Obviously pick a healthy one with as few brown pines as possible. Then put in water asap and away from radiators etc

Then yes it will be fine,....
#55
ukbilleh
Is this confirmed happening this year?


Yes - read above for the link to Ikea's holiday catalogue.

princessyin
Never had a real xmas tree before but am tempted with this offer. If I purchased around 1st dec- will it last until xmas??? Thanks guys


The offer's not available until the 6th anyway. If you follow the car instructions and make sure you have a stand and water your tree then, yes, it will last through Christmas. We had ours up until 8 January last year.
#56
Page 22 of the online Christmas catalogue: http://onlinecatalogue.ikea.com/GB/en/Winter_Brochure/

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#57
thanks, thought it was only a one off last year!
#58
Devro
Chuckles1001
eggroll
I did this last year at the Croydon branch.Good tree at a good price, however the vouchers were tiered - £5 voucher for a £25.00 Tree, £10 for a £35.00, £20 for £50, etc.Still a good deal overall, but not quite as good as advertised on this deal...
karri123
eggroll
I did this last year at the Croydon branch.Good tree at a good price, however the vouchers were tiered - £5 voucher for a £25.00 Tree, £10 for a £35.00, £20 for £50, etc.Still a good deal overall, but not quite as good as advertised on this deal...
Ah! Was thinking that seemed a great deal and I do like a real tree! Will keep an eye on this and see what transpires :)
Croydon must be conning people, nottingham was £25 for any tree and everyone got a £20 voucher


This is Croydon's offer from last year

http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&frm=1&source=web&cd=2&ved=0CDAQFjAB&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ikea.com%2Fms%2Fen_GB%2Fimg%2Flocal_store_info%2Fcroydon%2Fxmas_tree_t_and_c[1].pdf&ei=2rZeUszZL8OWhQfWhoHgAQ&usg=AFQjCNGTulXdZouyelBMjuzfSvqj-OEg7g&bvm=bv.54176721,d.ZG4



Like i said croydon were conning people, i am sure (well 90%) that wembley stores charged £25 and gave £20 vouchers too last year
#59
tekhieboy
eggroll
I did this last year at the Croydon branch.

Good tree at a good price, however the vouchers were tiered - £5 voucher for a £25.00 Tree, £10 for a £35.00, £20 for £50, etc.

well go to chopwell direct?!

Still a good deal overall, but not quite as good as advertised on this deal...

Not the case in Gateshead, all were £25 and everyone got a £20 voucher. It was just a pain that you needed to go into the shop and pay before you could queue to get your tree.
#60
VincentGO
Why cold?? It's a good price for a real tree. I've got it last year too.
Misspelling of receive in the title?
#61
So any time in those dates then. Pretty cool
1 Like #62
Reminder: the trees look smaller at ikea than they will in your house.

...made a mistake last year, wife still hasn't forgiven me for the tree that was almost bigger than our living room.
#63
To anyone that picked one up last year - What were the queues like?
banned#64
So you pay £25 for the tree, and they give you £20 back. But, you say that you can only spend the £20 in their store. So, effectively I have just made £35 profit?
#65
What variety of Christmas Tree is it?
#66
Please do this Christmas after next, when ikea will be near, unlike now, where I live in the middle of pggin' nowhere. They wanted to open in my nearest town and the council refused them permission citing traffic, congestion etc.

I will of course send the parents etc.
#67
I really need to know the 2010 price..... can anyone help.... please???
1 Like #68
teambintip
To anyone that picked one up last year - What were the queues like?


We went on the first day. There was no queue AT ALL. We just rocked up, they gave us a SKU to get scanned, we walked through the market place section and got some ornaments, and paid for the tree, had some meatballs, got our tree, and away we went.
#69
Cold because it's October & to be talking about Christmas this early is frankly ridiculous. I went to a pub earlier & they had a Christmas tree up, I appreciate they have to advertise Christmas bookings, but surely a poster would do.
#70
Could you spend the £20 voucher in the Cafe?
#71
and after the 2nd weekend they reduced them to £1!!!!! Bought 6 for the garden! I had a Christmas Forest!!!! ;-)
#72
Below image states between 6th & 22nd December.


http://i42.tinypic.com/213gduu.jpg
#73
thanks
#74
Why is this in the Edinburgh store but not the Glasgow store?
#75
However Ikea around here sold good Christmas trees 5 to 6' for £1 closer to Christmas
#76
STOP!

We haven't even had Hallowe'en yet or Bonfire Night, so STOP talking about Christmas!

oO

But in other news, thanks OP, I will *forget* I've read this and give you some heat and then *remember* this deal again nearer the time!
#77
1on4
chapchap
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/A7W_xFPCQAAEIvm.jpg

The 8th isn't a Saturday.....!

By deduction, nor is the 1st
#78
CBEE2
So you pay £25 for the tree, and they give you £20 back. But, you say that you can only spend the £20 in their store. So, effectively I have just made £35 profit?

Genius, you must be Vince Cable in disguise.
#79
Bargain, can imagine the mess it would create in my thick pile carpet though. Not good.
#80
natz265
Bargain, can imagine the mess it would create in my thick pile carpet though. Not good.


Not if you keep it watered. We barely had any needles shed last year.

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