'Green Friday': IKEA to offer 20 per cent extra on buy back and resell furniture offer

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IKEA Family members will receive 20% extra value on buy back and resell items for a limited time during November | Credit:IKEA
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IKEA Family members will receive 20% extra value on buy back and resell items for a limited time during November | Credit:IKEA

Furniture giant will encourage customers to make use of its buy back and resell scheme this 'Black Friday'

Members of IKEA's loyalty scheme could receive an extra 20 per cent off new items bought between the 19th and 29th of November as part of the furniture giant's 'Green Friday' offer. The furniture retailer...

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