IKEA IKEA: Get a FREE $25.00 Coupon When You Buy a Christmas Tree for $25.00 Get a Coupon for $25 Off When You Buy a $25 Tree!

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'Tis the season at IKEA, because their annual Christmas tree deal is back for 2019 and when you purchase a Christmas tree for $25.00, you'll receive a free coupon for $25.00 off a future purchase!

This offer is available at all IKEA locations in Canada -- simply purchase a fresh natural fir tree at your favourite store and you'll get the free coupon at checkout!

The coupon itself is redeemable on purchases of $100.00 or more between December 26 and February 29, 2020.

This offer is available in-stores only while tree supplies last -- click here to find the location nearest you.

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    • These are real trees??
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    • Anyone got a pic of this tree? Size?
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    • sprung wrote:
      Nov 27th, 2019 7:44 am
      https://www.ikea.com/ca/en/stores/?itm_ ... 19#details


      Annual Christmas tree deal is back for 2019 and when you purchase a Christmas tree for $25.00, you'll get a free coupon for $25.00 off a future purchase!

      This offer is only available with the purchase of fresh natural fir trees and IKEA will donate a portion of all tree sales to support Tree Canada!

      Coupon redeemable from December 26, 2019 – February 29, 2020.

      *Offer is valid while tree supplies last. Coupon valid on an IKEA purchase of $100 or more (before taxes). Exceptions may apply. Talk to a co-worker for more details.
      Years ago, I recalled Ikea gave coupons for the same value of christmas tree purchase without any restriction to the amount required to qualify for redemption except to bring back the tree for recycling.
      Bought a few trees and the coupons were stackable.
      It was popular and literally, people were pushing and jostling for the best trees available in the parking lot.
      Then Ikea smarten up and started to change its requirements from $25 to $75 and now $100.

      All I can say, not worth time and more $$ unless one have products in mind at non-regular (sale) price to make the requirement as Ikea most likely has fewer items on discounted prices.
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    • Chalovskii wrote:
      Nov 27th, 2019 8:41 am
      Anyone got a pic of this tree? Size?
      I dont got a picture but I did see them in the Vaughan location they're about 6-8' tall and some are pretty wide I would say roughly 4-5'' in diameter
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    • GodBlessU wrote:
      Nov 27th, 2019 8:40 am
      These are real trees??
      yes, these are real tree, live tree that will dry out without pot of water underneath.
      you shall be able to see them at the parking lot. the height of the tree are usually about 6-8', I saw ppl bring small saw in the trunk and trim a bit for easier transportation.
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    • Chalovskii wrote:
      Nov 27th, 2019 8:41 am
      Anyone got a pic of this tree? Size?
      based on the past experiences, the height is varies from 6-8', and there was saw in the cashier to lend, but bring a small saw and trim in parking lot!
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    • Do i get a free xmas tree if I buy a $100 gift card?
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    • VinhL893 wrote: I dont got a picture but I did see them in the Vaughan location they're about 6-8' tall and some are pretty wide I would say roughly 4-5'' in diameter
      Bad times are near if 8 feet trees are 4" skinny in diameter. Unless you are talking about trunk size.
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    • Tommy74 wrote:
      Nov 27th, 2019 5:02 pm
      Bad times are near if 8 feet trees are 4" skinny in diameter. Unless you are talking about trunk size.
      You're right. My mistake. I went back and they're about 6-8' and the diameter span about roughly 6 feet wide. Pretty decent and happy looking trees.
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    • The tree I got this year was not worth $25 and last year it wasn't great either...thought I'd give it one more try. This year it seems to be especially dry...probably cut for too long and as they come from one supplier I expect many are like this. Also spindly for the height which is about 7 feet. Honestly put your $25 toward a better tree! I won't be buying an ikea tree again.
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    • The tree I got this year was not worth $25 and last year it wasn't great either....thought I'd give it one more try. This year it seems to be especially dry...probably cut for too long. Also spindly for the height which is about 7 feet. Honestly put your $25 toward a better tree! I won't be buying an ikea tree again.
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