Create a more sustainable everyday life at home and help give your used IKEA items another life.
As the founder of IKEA, Ingvar Kamprad said: “No method is more effective than the good example.” And last week, IKEA is initiating to buyback unwanted furnitures, aiming to have full circular and climate positive business by 2030.
For that, starting on Black Friday this year, the Swedish giant company will launch a buy-back scheme to any unwanted IKEA furnitures. Under the plan, it will offer vouchers worth up to 50% of the original price with no expiry date, to be spent at its stores, as stated in BBC News.
“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.
Each item is given an estimate of its value:…
- New items – with no scratches will get 50% of the original price.
- Very good – items with minor scratches will get 40%
- Well used – with several scratches will get 30%.
1. Send 4 or more photos of the item you would like to sell.
2. Allow 5 business days for an assessment, then check your application status online.
3. Drop off your item & get your in-store credit from your selected store.
4. After 5 business days, you can check your application online to see if your item has been approved. If it is still processing, please wait a day and check again.
5. If your item is approved, please bring your FULLY ASSEMBLED IKEA item to your selected store along with your IKEA Family card and unique code within 30 days (see your application for your code). After 30 days, you will have to submit a new application for your item.
6. If your item is not approved, you can learn why by checking your application status. If you have other IKEA items you’d like us to consider, please submit another application at any time.
With sell back, you will get store credit, refresh your home, give back to your community, help the environment.