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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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cmrule 1 Like #21
Lyssie
Yes, same system in Edinburgh, only one size, the £25 size :-D

We did this last year there and were lucky to get one after these lowlifes had done this!

http://m.stv.tv/news/scotland/202903-christmas-trees-bound-for-ikea-stolen-overnight-from-borders-farm/

Love the article. How does a large vehicle act suspiciously?

Thanks OP - I will be jumping on the bandwagon too!
paperclip810#22
Southampton did this deal but overordered on trees - halfway through December they were selling them at £1 each. gave us a very good excuse to have more than one tree that year :) Excellent quality even though they'd been sitting out for a few weeks - no needle drop and looked fantastic. Definitely going back this year as they outdid any previous year's trees we've bought.
C0C0#23
Are these real or artificial?
wookiemummy#24
Looks great
djtrades#25
Can someone post the dates, if know please? Croydon & Wembley.
Hotstuffingwithpork 4 Likes #26
C0C0
Are these real or artificial?


go back to bed.
drummerdickens 4 Likes #27
Gingerboy
I don't bother having a tree cut down for it to be thrown away in January. Waste. Buy a decent artificial one and use it again and again and again.

Sorry to be a stickler but there are numerous problems with this statement.

I think you'll find that 99.9% of Christmas trees are grown with the full intention of them being chopped down and sold as Christmas trees anyway. It's not like Ikea are just rocking up to a random forest and chopping half of it down every year.

In fact, the trees they grow are renewable and your artificial plastic tree will have been created with non-renewable resources. So by buying artificial trees you're in fact probably doing more harm.

A quick Google search has provided me with a Telegraph article that supports what I say: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/greenerliving/6787159/Ditch-fake-Christmas-trees-to-save-planet.html


Edited By: drummerdickens on Oct 16, 2013 13:54
jammydodger24 2 Likes #28
drummerdickens
Gingerboy
I don't bother having a tree cut down for it to be thrown away in January. Waste. Buy a decent artificial one and use it again and again and again.
Sorry to be a stickler but there are numerous problems with this statement. I think you'll find that 99.9% of Christmas trees are grown with the full intention of them being chopped down and sold as Christmas trees anyway. It's not like Ikea are just rocking up to a random forest and chopping half of it down every year.In fact, the trees they grow are renewable and your artificial plastic tree will have been created with non-renewable resources. So by buying artificial trees you're in fact probably doing more harm.A quick Google search has provided me with a Telegraph article that supports what I say: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/greenerliving/6787159/Ditch-fake-Christmas-trees-to-save-planet.html

hate to be an equal sticlker but the thread is for an offer that i'm sharing, to repay others that have been equally helpful in what they post.

just enjoy the thread, or don't read it
Enjoy :p
drummerdickens 2 Likes #29
jammydodger24
drummerdickens
Gingerboy
I don't bother having a tree cut down for it to be thrown away in January. Waste. Buy a decent artificial one and use it again and again and again.
Sorry to be a stickler but there are numerous problems with this statement. I think you'll find that 99.9% of Christmas trees are grown with the full intention of them being chopped down and sold as Christmas trees anyway. It's not like Ikea are just rocking up to a random forest and chopping half of it down every year.In fact, the trees they grow are renewable and your artificial plastic tree will have been created with non-renewable resources. So by buying artificial trees you're in fact probably doing more harm.A quick Google search has provided me with a Telegraph article that supports what I say: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/greenerliving/6787159/Ditch-fake-Christmas-trees-to-save-planet.html

hate to be an equal sticlker but the thread is for an offer that i'm sharing, to repay others that have been equally helpful in what they post.

just enjoy the thread, or don't read it
Enjoy :p

Did you even read what I posted...
jammydodger24#30
cmrule
Lyssie
Yes, same system in Edinburgh, only one size, the £25 size :-DWe did this last year there and were lucky to get one after these lowlifes had done this!http://m.stv.tv/news/scotland/202903-christmas-trees-bound-for-ikea-stolen-overnight-from-borders-farm/
Love the article. How does a large vehicle act suspiciously?Thanks OP - I will be jumping on the bandwagon too!

I have to ask ....
What does OP stand for?
Rudess#31
If you're patient enough, wait till December and buy it then, they sold them last year for £1
karlie88 1 Like #32
jammydodger24
cmrule
Lyssie
Yes, same system in Edinburgh, only one size, the £25 size :-DWe did this last year there and were lucky to get one after these lowlifes had done this!http://m.stv.tv/news/scotland/202903-christmas-trees-bound-for-ikea-stolen-overnight-from-borders-farm/
Love the article. How does a large vehicle act suspiciously?Thanks OP - I will be jumping on the bandwagon too!

I have to ask ....
What does OP stand for?

Take your pick:


* OP Dominican Sisters of Divine Providence (religious order)
* OP Oak Park (Illinois)
* OP Observation Point
* OP Observation Post
* OP Occiput Posterior (fetal position)
* OP Occupation Permit (Hong Kong)
* OP Ocean Pacific
* OP Off-Peak (time)
* OP Offensive Power (online gaming)
* OP Office of Policy (Social Security)
* OP Office of the President
* OP Office Productivity (course)
* OP Office Professional
* OP Ohjelmointiputka (Finnish programming site)
* OP Oil Pulling
* OP Oil Purifier
* OP Old Patient
* OP Old Persian (linguistics)
* OP Olden Polynice (basketball player)
* OP Oligodendrocyte Progenitor
* OP Olympic Peninsula (Washington)
* OP One Piece (Anime)
* OP One Power (Wheel of Time series)
* OP Opacity Project
* OP Open Pollinated (botany)
* OP Opening Post (internet message boards)
* OP Opera
* OP Operating Plan
* OP Operating Pressure
* OP Operating Procedure(s)
* OP Operating Profit
* OP Operation Officer (Navy)
* OP Operation Phoenix (San Bernadino, CA after school program)
* OP Operation Point
* OP Operation Register
* OP Operation/Operational
* OP Operational Phase/Project
* OP Operational Picture
* OP Operational Priority (US Navy)
* OP Operational Program
* OP Operations Order
* OP Operations Panel
* OP Operations Procedures
* OP Operationssaal (German: Operating Room)
* OP Operator (IRC)
* OP Operator Panel
* OP Operator Personal
* OP Operator-Promoter
* OP Opinion
* OP Opponens Pollicis
* OP Opponents Pollicis
* OP Opportunities Page (CECOM)
* OP Opportunity (Ads)
* OP Opposing Party (legal notation and billing)
* OP Opposite (volleyball position)
* OP Optical
* OP Optical Power
* OP Optimal Partitioning (sectorization method)
* OP Optimus Prime (Leader of the Autobots, icon of the 80s)
* OP Optional Procedure
* OP Opus (Latin: A Work; used in referring to music)
* OP Oral Participation
* OP Oral Presentation
* OP Oral Production (test)
* OP Orbit Prediction
* OP Orbiter Payload
* OP Order of Preachers (Roman Catholicism; Dominican)
* OP Order of Precedence
* OP Order of the Pelican (Society for Creative Anachronism)
* OP Order Point
* OP Order Processing
* OP Ordinis Praedicatorum (Latin: Order of Preachers)
* OP Ordnance Pamphlet
* OP Ordnance Personnel (US Navy)
* OP Ordnance Publication
* OP Ordo Praedicatorum (Latin: Order of Preachers; formal name of Dominicans, a Catholic religious institution)
* OP Organized Play (gaming)
* OP Organophosphate (insecticide)
* OP Organophosphorus (pesticide)
* OP Orienteering Problem
* OP Orifice Plate (flowmeters)
* OP Original Pack (pharmacology)
* OP Original Poster
* OP Original Poster (internet newsgroups and message boards)
* OP Original Production
* OP Originating Party
* OP Oropharynx (anatomy)
* OP Orthographic Projection
* OP Osmotic Pressure
* OP Osteitis Pubis
* OP Osteoporosis
* OP Osuuspankki (Finnish banking cooperative)
* OP Other People
* OP Other Procurement
* OP Out of Print
* OP Outpatient
* OP Outpatient Pharmacy
* OP Outpicked (gaming)
* OP Outpost (gaming)
* OP Output
* OP Output (Hyper Logo command)
* OP Output Power
* OP Outreach Program
* OP Ouvrier Professionnel (French: Professional Worker)
* OP Over Powered (gaming)
* OP Over-Proof (of alcohol)
* OP Overland Park (Kansas)
* OP Overlap Pulsing
* OP Overnight Per Diem
* OP Overpowered (gaming)
* OP Oxidative Phosphorylation
* OP Oxygen Pressure
OldEnglish 1 Like #33
jammydodger24
cmrule
Lyssie
Yes, same system in Edinburgh, only one size, the £25 size :-DWe did this last year there and were lucky to get one after these lowlifes had done this!http://m.stv.tv/news/scotland/202903-christmas-trees-bound-for-ikea-stolen-overnight-from-borders-farm/
Love the article. How does a large vehicle act suspiciously?Thanks OP - I will be jumping on the bandwagon too!

I have to ask ....
What does OP stand for?

Oral pleasure i think, but i'am new to this ;)
ronmanager#34
Jimbo79pp
Gingerboy
I don't bother having a tree cut down for it to be thrown away in January. Waste. Buy a decent artificial one and use it again and again and again.

Because people like the nostalgic childhood memory's that the smell of a real tree brings.

Go to Homebase after Christmas and buy a 1-2ft live tree in a pot for £2.50 (this price the last 2 years). Plant it in your garden and water the living daylights out of it if there's not much rain. It should grow a couple of feet (in height not those things at the end of your legs) in the first year. Then either decorate it in your garden every year for ever more with some solar lights etc, or chop it down, bring it indoors and save yourself some cash.

I have a live one in the front and back garden both growing nicely.
jennypenny 1 Like #35
This applies to the Edinburgh, so may not apply to other store.
This year at IKEA Edinburgh we a selling real Christmas trees. If you buy a tree for £25 then we will give you a
£20 coupon to redeem in-store!

To make sure you don't miss out on this fantastic deal we are giving you the chance to reserve your tree in-store today!

Trees will be available to collect in-store between 6th - 22nd December.

Your £20 coupon will be redeemable between 20th January - 9th February 2014.

Terms & conditions apply. While stocks last.
Jimbo79pp#36
ronmanager
Jimbo79pp
Gingerboy
I don't bother having a tree cut down for it to be thrown away in January. Waste. Buy a decent artificial one and use it again and again and again.

Because people like the nostalgic childhood memory's that the smell of a real tree brings.

Go to Homebase after Christmas and buy a 1-2ft live tree in a pot for £2.50 (this price the last 2 years). Plant it in your garden and water the living daylights out of it if there's not much rain. It should grow a couple of feet (in height not those things at the end of your legs) in the first year. Then either decorate it in your garden every year for ever more with some solar lights etc, or chop it down, bring it indoors and save yourself some cash.

I have a live one in the front and back garden both growing nicely.

Thanks for the pointer!
willpower 2 Likes #37
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 :)

Ha ha "trees"... "transpires" I bet you thought no-one would spot that one eh.
Lyssie#38
cmrule
Lyssie
Yes, same system in Edinburgh, only one size, the £25 size :-D

We did this last year there and were lucky to get one after these lowlifes had done this!

http://m.stv.tv/news/scotland/202903-christmas-trees-bound-for-ikea-stolen-overnight-from-borders-farm/


Love the article. How does a large vehicle act suspiciously?

Thanks OP - I will be jumping on the bandwagon too!


Heh, no idea! But seriously, what kind of scum do you have to be to steal almost 500 Christmas trees?
Lyssie#39
Rudess - these aren't for sale *until* December ;-)

OP = Original Poster
chapchap#40
OP= Overly Plastered.

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