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The Swedish giant will next month launch a scheme to buy back your unwanted Billy bookcases, and certain other of its furniture items you no longer need or want.
Under the plan, it will offer vouchers worth up to 50% of the original price, to be spent at its stores.
The “Buy Back” initiative will launch to coincide with Black Friday.
“By making sustainable living more simple and accessible, Ikea hopes that the initiative will help its customers take a stand against excessive consumption this Black Friday and in the years to come,” it said in reference to 27 November, when lots of retailers offer discounts on their products.
The international scheme will see customers given vouchers to spend at Ikea stores, the value of which will depend on the condition of the items they are returning.
Customers must log the item they wish to return and will then be given an estimate of its value.
“As new” items, with no scratches, will get 50% of the original price, “very good” items, with minor scratches, will get 40% and “well used”, with several scratches, will get 30%.
They should then return them – fully assembled – to the returns desk where they will be checked and the final value agreed.
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