IKEA Bangna is bringing Thais the real Christmas experience by importing genuine conifer Christmas trees for families to enjoy. IKEA FAMILY members, can buy the trees in an exclusive pre-sale period on Tuesday, December 11. Then all customers can join in the true Christmas spirit with the public sale which begins on Wednesday, December 12.

What’s more, the real Christmas trees come with the famous IKEA low price. Trees come in two sizes _ 1.6 meters high for just 1,290 baht, and then the ‘real deal’ Christmas tree at 2.0 meters high for just 1,990 baht. As supplies of the real Christmas trees will be limited and we want as many Thai families as possible to share in the happiness, each family will be limited to just one tree.

And for those who care about the environment, IKEA is also offering a refund in gift card to all customers who return the trees at IKEA Bangna from December 26, 2012 to January 6, 2013. IKEA focuses on sustainable environment practices so we would like to encourage customers to use fresh Christmas tree for celebrating, and when they are returned to IKEA we will use friendly environmental ways to convert the trees to fertilizers.

So this year, Go Green with IKEA this Christmas. The real tree supplies will be limited, so be in quickly to give your family a real Christmas with a real IKEA Christmas tree.

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