Buy an Abies Nordmanniana Christmas tree @ IKEA for £29 and receive a £20 voucher
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Buy an Abies Nordmanniana Christmas tree @ IKEA for £29 and receive a £20 voucher

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Posted 15th Nov 2019Available: National
Christmas Tree Offer Terms & Conditions

Buy a Christmas tree from IKEA for £29 between 21st November 2019 and 24th December 2019 and receive a £20 voucher, which can be redeemed in a participating IKEA store between 13th January 2020 and 23rd February 2020.

1. This offer is open to residents of the United Kingdom, aged 18 and over.

2. This offer is valid when you buy an ABIES NORDMANNIANA Christmas tree [Article number: 80228363] for £29 in a single transaction from an IKEA store and is subject to availability. Upon purchase of the Christmas tree you will then receive a £20 voucher to spend in a participating IKEA store at a later date.

3. This voucher is only valid for use within participating IKEA stores, Order and Collection Points, and Planning Studios in the UK.

4. This voucher can be redeemed between 13th January 2020 and 23rd February 2020 only.

5. This voucher cannot be used towards purchases from IKEA Shop Online, IKEA Restaurant, IKEA Swedish Food Market and IKEA Bistro.

6. This voucher cannot be used towards the purchase of Home Delivery, Kitchen Planning, Installation Pick and Delivery services, or any other service offered by IKEA.

7. This voucher cannot be used towards Distribution orders except when redeemed at IKEA Order and Collections Points or Planning studios.

8. Only one voucher can be redeemed per transaction per day. Multiple vouchers cannot be redeemed in the same transaction.

9. This voucher cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or promotion.

10. This voucher must be presented before purchase.

11. This voucher has no cash value and no change will be given.

12. Damaged, defaced, illegible, copied or altered vouchers will not be accepted.

13. Items bought using this voucher are subject to IKEA’s current returns policy which can be found via the IKEA website at: ikea.com/gb/…cy/

However, any refunds will take the voucher into account. Your statutory rights are unaffected.

14. By using this voucher, you agree to these Terms & Conditions.

15. This voucher is and remains the property of IKEA.

16. IKEA reserves the right to withdraw this voucher at any time without prior notice.

17. These terms are governed by English and Welsh law and the courts of England and Wales have exclusive jurisdiction.

18. The promoter of this promotion is IKEA Limited of Witan Gate House, 500-600 Witan Gate West, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire MK9 1SH
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Let's be clear. The tree is NOT £9.

It costs £29. You walk out of Ikea with a tree, and £29 gone from your pocket.

Yes, it comes with a voucher for £20.

A voucher that forces you to return to Ikea to buy some nonsense you never knew you needed.

Now, if that voucher can be used against next year's tree purchase, well that's a different story
Edited by: "Footsore" 15th Nov 2019
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3rd time I have seen this posted
Let's be clear. The tree is NOT £9.

It costs £29. You walk out of Ikea with a tree, and £29 gone from your pocket.

Yes, it comes with a voucher for £20.

A voucher that forces you to return to Ikea to buy some nonsense you never knew you needed.

Now, if that voucher can be used against next year's tree purchase, well that's a different story
Edited by: "Footsore" 15th Nov 2019
also only available in participating stores.
Footsore15/11/2019 09:13

Let's be clear. The tree is NOT £9.It costs £29. You walk out of Ikea with …Let's be clear. The tree is NOT £9.It costs £29. You walk out of Ikea with a tree, and £29 gone from your pocket.Yes, it comes with a voucher for £20.A voucher that forces you to return to Ikea to buy some nonsense you never knew you needed.Now, if that voucher can be used against next year's tree purchase, well that's a different story


Am pretty sure that the voucher can only be spent in Jan. That was the rule a couple of years ago when I bought one anyway.
greenkat16/11/2019 10:46

Am pretty sure that the voucher can only be spent in Jan. That was the …Am pretty sure that the voucher can only be spent in Jan. That was the rule a couple of years ago when I bought one anyway.


Please note in above info
“4. This voucher can be redeemed between 13th January 2020 and 23rd February 2020 only.”
Note Manchester ikea won’t sell them till tomorrow. Wasted journey
Edited by: "andygreen315080" 21st Nov 2019
Last one we got from IKEA we had to throw out. Bug infested.
Thanks for posting, we've added this to the Highlights pages
Footsore15/11/2019 09:13

.A voucher that forces you to return to Ikea to buy some nonsense you ….A voucher that forces you to return to Ikea to buy some nonsense you never knew you needed.Now, if that voucher can be used against next year's tree purchase, well that's a different story


Ah, what? Since when is a real Christmas tree not a nonsense thing you don't need?
Edited by: "EndemicAlarm" 21st Nov 2019
Wow!! How many double negatives can a single sentence contain?
This has gone up. The last 4 years I have bought an ikea tree for £25 with a £20 voucher back. Now it's £29...still a good deal though but our tree last year didn't last as long for some reason
Why the hell are Ikea selling Christmas trees on the 21st Nov, they’ll be dead my mid December. They did this last year and by the 1st Dec they were all sold out
Daz513521/11/2019 22:06

Why the hell are Ikea selling Christmas trees on the 21st Nov, they’ll be d …Why the hell are Ikea selling Christmas trees on the 21st Nov, they’ll be dead my mid December. They did this last year and by the 1st Dec they were all sold out


Bought 2 last year they last fine, just keep them outside until you are ready to decorate. Simples
Last years was bug invested. Would not buy another one ever
Edinburgh had them today. Remember you'll need a tree stand or something to keep it upright. If you've got nothing, they sell one for £9.50ish.
Daz513521/11/2019 22:06

Why the hell are Ikea selling Christmas trees on the 21st Nov, they’ll be d …Why the hell are Ikea selling Christmas trees on the 21st Nov, they’ll be dead my mid December. They did this last year and by the 1st Dec they were all sold out


No they werent i brought a tree from there around the 1pth December
Footsore15/11/2019 09:13

Let's be clear. The tree is NOT £9.It costs £29. You walk out of Ikea with …Let's be clear. The tree is NOT £9.It costs £29. You walk out of Ikea with a tree, and £29 gone from your pocket.Yes, it comes with a voucher for £20.A voucher that forces you to return to Ikea to buy some nonsense you never knew you needed.Now, if that voucher can be used against next year's tree purchase, well that's a different story



Still....it is a better Christmas REAL Tree deal than you will find elsewhere
Last year our £25 / £20 voucher Ikea tree came with a lot of lazy tree bugs which, with warm log fire on, lazily dropped onto wooden floor and were investigated by our cat....it's the old "tree" out of the loft for us this year
steph_fnb21/11/2019 22:33

Last years was bug invested. Would not buy another one ever



We had exactly the same....loads of them....wee B*ggers....into the presents and everywhere (Edinburgh Ikea). No real tree this year!!!
Had one from Ikea last 2 years. Trees absolutely perfect. Good deal if you have an Ikea local and can easily nip back next year to get a few things for nothing using your voucher
Footsore15/11/2019 09:13

Let's be clear. The tree is NOT £9.It costs £29. You walk out of Ikea with …Let's be clear. The tree is NOT £9.It costs £29. You walk out of Ikea with a tree, and £29 gone from your pocket.Yes, it comes with a voucher for £20.A voucher that forces you to return to Ikea to buy some nonsense you never knew you needed.Now, if that voucher can be used against next year's tree purchase, well that's a different story


I thought it was already pretty clear tbh
I've bought my tree from IKEA for the last 2 years because of the voucher offer (we get most of our furniture from there so the voucher is helpful for us).

The trees have always been good, however last year ours was infested with grey aphids. Would advise to check at IKEA or spray it when you get it home. It wasn't too much of an inconvenience, just had to clear up dead bugs in the mornings!
There seem to be a fair few who had bugs last year, mind sharing which stores you got them from?
Footsore15/11/2019 09:13

Let's be clear. The tree is NOT £9.It costs £29. You walk out of Ikea with …Let's be clear. The tree is NOT £9.It costs £29. You walk out of Ikea with a tree, and £29 gone from your pocket.Yes, it comes with a voucher for £20.A voucher that forces you to return to Ikea to buy some nonsense you never knew you needed.Now, if that voucher can be used against next year's tree purchase, well that's a different story


Even if that’s that case £29 for a REAL tree is cheap, get a grip
As some have said before we've done this deal every year for the last 3 years (picked mine up last night) great tree (about 8 foot) no bugs and even though its gone up to £29 still a bargain. To the people moaning that you have to use a £20 voucher buying things you dont want - cant please everyone I guess, enjoy your plastic tress this year
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