IKEA’s Christmas tree offer is back for a sixth year, offering one of the best-value Christmas trees around.
What’s the deal exactly?
When you buy a £25 tree at IKEA you will get back a £20 voucher to spend, cutting the overall cost of the festive essential to £5.
IKEA says it will only be stocking locally-sourced Nordman fir trees from Scotland (for stores in Scotland and England) and Wales (for IKEA Cardiff).
The offer is available until 24 December.
Why should I care?
Christmas is an expensive time of year, so any savings that you can make will help you stretch your purse strings even further.
IKEA is also launching a free ‘Tree Styling Tutorial’ in stores across the country, with experts giving tips to shoppers on how to decorate their trees.
What’s the catch?
This offer is valid for use within IKEA stores in the UK with the exception of IKEA Stratford Order and Collection Point and IKEA Tottenham Court Road Planning Studio.
You can only redeem the voucher between 14 January and 3 March 2019. The voucher cannot be used towards purchases from IKEA Shop Online, IKEA Restaurant, IKEA Swedish Food Market and IKEA Bistro.
What other options do I have?
The British Christmas Tree Growers Association estimates that Brits purchase over seven million trees are a year.
Your local garden centre is a good bet if you want a Christmas tree and they usually have a good range to suit any budget. Prices at B&Q start from £12 for a small spruce tree.
If you are looking to make savings in the long term you might want to consider an artificial tree.
Argos currently has a six feet tall Christmas tree with 25% off at £15.
Marks and Spencer also has a six feet tree for £35 that comes with baubles and lights.
Where can I find out more?
You can find out more by going to the IKEA website.