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IKEA to Buy Back Your Old Furniture

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The Buy Back initiative will be launched in Ikea stores across the UK and Ireland on 27 November – the Black Friday discount day. Customers will receive vouchers to spend in store, with their value calculated according to the condition of the items returned.

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2020/oct/13/ikea-buy-furniture-price-uk-ireland-black-friday

https://www.ikea.com/es/en/campaigns/sell-your-furniture-pub70f47900

Ann1984
2 months ago
What do you think of this?
hspexy
hspexy2 months ago

Sounds like an okay scheme, at least one way to help recycle old furniture rather than have them dumped on the street

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarc2 months ago

A lot of what we had and have from IKEA breaks after a few years so wouldn't buy from them. Their wood is cheap trash.

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eyeballkerry
eyeballkerry2 months ago

I must be lucky with my purchases, as everything i have got from ikea is solid and I have never had any issues

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarc2 months ago

Good for you. I'm not loyal to any brand, but rather if they provide a quality product. eyeballkerry

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gerrykelly25
gerrykelly252 months ago

It will be mayhem, people trying to return old furniture to stores! I wonder how they will recycle them?

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarc2 months ago

Without instructions most of 'em won't be able to reassemble.

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k4ren2006
k4ren20062 months ago

I wonder what will happen to them, would be good if they resold them on for the bargain hunters...good scheme for recycling 😁

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gerrykelly25
gerrykelly252 months ago

Apparently they are reselling any items in a reasonable condition k4ren2006

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KellyHarrop
KellyHarrop2 months ago

I had 2 of the klippan sofas that both lasted well over 10 years and the quality was great, I only got rid of them because I was given a bigger sofa.

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lornaae
lornaae2 months ago

That's great, hopefully they will make good use of old materials that otherwise might end up in landfill

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Hackabusi
Hackabusi2 months ago

No issues with any IKEA furniture. Some of the cheap stuff is knackered, scuffs, bits degrading etc but most of it still in good nick

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laraquinn
laraquinn2 months ago

This sounds like a pretty good idea to me.I'm all for recycling.

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HayleyMcGill
HayleyMcGill2 months ago

Sounds like a good idea especially if you fancy a change or going for a different colour theme etc x

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