IKEA will buy back your old furniture.
According to Wales Online, the retailer will re-sell it to the public to encourage sustainability.
It’s a win-win situation too.
If you’ve got any unused homeware lying around at home, you can get cash back vouchers from the store.
Depending on the condition of the furniture traded in, the voucher could be worth as much as 50% of the original price:
- As new – no scratches: 50% of the original price
- Very good – minor scratches: 40% of original price
- Well-used – several scratches: 30% of original price
Items will be re-sold in the As-Is Area, which is the rebranded version of Bargain Corner.
Anything that can’t be resold to the public will be recycled.
Ikea's Peter Jelkeby, said: "Sustainability is the defining issue of our time and Ikea is committed to being part of the solution to promote sustainable consumption and combat climate change.
"With the launch of Buy Back we are giving a second life to many more IKEA products and creating more easy and affordable solutions to help people live more sustainably. It is an exciting step forward in our journey towards becoming a fully circular and climate positive business by 2030."
Products that are eligible for Ikea Buy Back include:
- Office drawer cabinets
- Small structures with drawers
- Display storage and sideboards
- Bookcases and shelf units
- Small tables
- Multimedia furniture
- Dining tables and desks
- Chairs and stools without upholstery
- Chests of drawers
- Children's products excluding baby items and PAX accessories
Customers wanting to sell back their old furniture simply need to visit the IKEA website.
You can submit items for consideration by filling out a simple online offer request.
Buy Back launches on Black Friday which is November 27 this year.
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