IKEA offering $20 coupon when you donate unwanted furniture Saturday


IKEA and Goodwill will partner Saturday to host a national furniture take-back event.

During the event, which is part of the IKEA’s Earth Day celebration, customers may donate used furniture via a Goodwill truck in the IKEA parking lot.

In exchange, IKEA will give customers a coupon for $20 off a $150 IKEA purchase. The coupon is valid from Saturday until May 21.

IKEA West Chester’s furniture take back is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the parking lot at 9500 IKEA Way, West Chester Twp.

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As part of Earth Day events, IKEA will be conducting games and several workshops. Some of the topics will include:

  • Benefits of Biking
  • Sustainable Living Challenge (with prizes)
  • LED Lightbulb Digital Game (with prizes)
  • Småland Video and Coloring Sheets

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IKEA and Goodwill cannot accept donations of mattresses, bedding, children’s furniture, toys or lighting. Furniture does not need to be from IKEA, any furniture brand will be accepted.

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