Ikea pilots U.S. furniture buyback program as it eyes national launch


An Ikea store in the SouthBay Pavilion shopping mall in Carson, California, U.S., on Wednesday, April 21, 2021.

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Ikea is piloting a furniture buyback and resale program in the United States as it aims to make the service a permanent fixture at its stores nationwide.

The pilot program will be available at its store in the Philadelphia suburb of Conshohocken from Monday through Sept. 19. It will eventually roll out to additional markets.

Ikea has launched repurchase programs in other countries, including the United Kingdom as it works toward making its business more sustainable and “climate positive” by 2030.

Loyalty customers will be able to sell their…


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