Ikea Canada: Free $20 Off $75 with $20 Tree Purchase (In Store)

8 December 2015


*Bump! This offer is back again - woo!*

Occasionally, an in store deal only is so good that we just have to mention it. Purchase a fresh natural fir tree at Ikea for only $20, and receive a $20 off $75 coupon valid for your next purchase. Essentially, you are getting the tree for free.

If you have not picked up a Christmas tree yet, this is the time to do it. This offer is only valid on the natural fir tree that will only cost you $20. The coupon you receive for $20 off $75 will be valid between January 2nd and February 29th, 2016. That means that unfortunately this coupon cannot be used during Boxing Day unlike last year, which is a bummer.

The offer does not make mention of any store exclusions, so I assume it includes all of the following Canadian Ikea locations - excluding Quebec as I cannot find mention of it on store pages for the Montreal and Vaughan locations.

Of course, this offer is available while quantities last. You may wish to phone ahead to your local store to ensure that the promotion is on and that there are still trees (and coupons) available.

If you live in Quebec, then I would double check to see whether this promotion is indeed available or not at your Ikea stores. I do not understand why Quebec is excluded from so many promotions.

I do not live near an Ikea anymore, but when I did, it was quite the event to take a trip there. The store is like a giant maze and I often felt like a mouse trapped inside it. There is just so much stuff and once you are inside, you just have to keep on following the paths until you find an exit. While they have some great stuff in there, I did find the store too big for me. I like stores where I can see a few windows into the outside world now and then.

Bargainmoosers, when do you put up your Christmas Tree?

(Expiry: Unknown)

TOPICS:   Christmas   Furniture


  • Amanda
    It's "fir" tree, not "fur" tree.
    • Avigayil M.
      Thank you. :-)

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