Time for spring cleaning? Redoing the family room? But what to do with all the furniture that just doesn’t match anymore? If you bought all your furniture at this retailer, CNN Business tells you how to make some cash on that long-ago bought relic.
They tried it in the past, and now IKEA is permanently bringing on board its Buy Back & Resell program with items such as cabinets, dining tables, bookcases, sideboards, little tables, multimedia furniture, office drawer cabinets, desks and chairs and stools that are not upholstered.
Mattresses and leather items, lighting fixtures or chests of drawers cannot be returned. See the store for the full list of what is acceptable for the Buy Back & Resell program.
The program can accept items that are assembled and used, but not altered in any way. IKEA notes that if you did a little DIY or used a ‘hack’ on an IKEA Billy bookshelf, you cannot return it for the buyback program.
The program is now in effect in 37 United States-based stores, and you can get a nice percentage back of the sale price.
Read more about the Plymouth Meeting-based IKEA Buy Back & Resell program for their furniture on CNN Business.