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IKEA Axes Christmas Offer Leaving Shoppers Devastated


Hello savvy shoppers! Let's dive into a bit of a Christmas conundrum. IKEA, the go-to for many of us looking for affordable home solutions, has made a significant change this festive season. The retailer has decided not to sell real Christmas trees in its stores across England and Northern Ireland. This is quite the shift, especially considering the value these trees offered in the past.

In previous years, IKEA's Christmas tree deal was a real saver. You'd buy a tree for £25 and get a £10 voucher in return, effectively making the tree cost only £15. All trees were Nordmann Firs, averaging 1.70m in height. It's a decent deal. But, according to IKEA, there's been a decline in demand, leading to this sudden change.

Image: Ikea
Image: Ikea

Now, for those in Scotland, there's a silver lining. IKEA stores in Glasgow and Edinburgh will continue selling locally grown Nordmann Firs from 18th November. Plus, with each purchase, you'll get a £10 discount on a spend of over £60 in specific stores. In Cardiff, Bristol, Croydon, and Lakeside, an external supplier will sell real Christmas trees in IKEA's carparks. But, no offers will be available on these.

Ethan Singh at The Sun reported on this development, highlighting the mixed reactions from customers. Many are understandably upset about losing out on a cost-effective holiday tradition.

To add a bit of festive cheer, IKEA is launching a digital advent calendar on December 1. Each day will reveal a new offer, potentially offsetting the absence of the tree deal. It's a creative approach, but the joy of bringing home a real Christmas tree at a bargain we will get to know soon.

As Tom Church, Co-Founder of LatestDeals.co.uk, puts it, "While this decision may disappoint many, it's a reminder to always be on the lookout for the best deals and alternatives, especially during the festive season." So, keep your eyes peeled for those holiday bargains, folks!

Despite IKEA's decision, savvy shoppers can still find ways to make their Christmas special without breaking the bank. Keep exploring those deals!

Comments+20 points

Sad really i know a few people that normally get their tree from ikea

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