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[IKEA] (May 4 and 5) Get $25 off $150 coupon. When you drop off your out-of-use electronics [North York Location]

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rob444 wrote: Not many details on the screen shot. Do you know if there's a list showing what items are accepted? Wondering if old printers would be ok to drop.

Also wondering if $25 coupon is good to use immediately or it will be effective on a future date.
You can find out what is accepted listed here: https://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/on/ ... i-recycle/
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Can we stack these coupons? Is it one per transaction?
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Error416 wrote: Can we stack these coupons? Is it one per transaction?
No I'm sure you can stack 6 of these coupons to get your $150 purchase for free. Just have to pay tax most likely.
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amkorp wrote: No I'm sure you can stack 6 of these coupons to get your $150 purchase for free. Just have to pay tax most likely.
Really? Has this been done before? The only other similar deals I've seen IKEA do is the Christmas Tree Rebate, where you buy a tree and they give you $20 to spend in store if you spend $75.

Have you done this before? If so, this makes the deal way more intriguing.
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amkorp wrote: No I'm sure you can stack 6 of these coupons to get your $150 purchase for free. Just have to pay tax most likely.
highly highly doubtful.
That would be absolutely waaay too easy to abuse.

the interpretation should really be "get $25 for every net $150 of purchases"
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I guess nobody knows if the coupon is valid for use only at the NY location?
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how can i wipe a tablet that i cant turn on anymore..
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truenorthstrong wrote: Really? Has this been done before? The only other similar deals I've seen IKEA do is the Christmas Tree Rebate, where you buy a tree and they give you $20 to spend in store if you spend $75.

Have you done this before? If so, this makes the deal way more intriguing.
I think the guy who said you can do this was being sarcastic.
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Quentin5 wrote: Do they freeze well?
They have bags of meatballs in the freezer already, for $150 you can go wild.
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jlokine wrote: how can i wipe a tablet that i cant turn on anymore..
Use a drill machine
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Angultra wrote: They have bags of meatballs in the freezer already, for $150 you can go wild.
Too simplistic Winking Face
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Wondering if the $150 is before or after tax, anyone knows?

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