The Swedish retailer has brought back its popular deal for another year, which will give you a £20 voucher when you buy any real tree worth £25.

There is one small catch though – you can only spend the voucher between February 4 and April 1 next year, so you won't get your cash back for at least two months.

But when you do, it will mean that your real Christmas tree could only cost you £5 if you pick up one of the cheapest £25 6-foot trees.

They won't go on sale until November 22 and will then be available until December 22, or while stocks last.

The flat-pack furniture giant is expected to sell a range of Nordman fir trees grown in Scotland and Wales for £25 again in the run up to Christmas.

The average size of Ikea's trees is six feet, although the sizes do vary.

But the price will be the same for all trees on offer, so that shoppers can pick the one the they think will look the best in their home.

Eager deal hunters were first posting about the offer back in September on

One said: "They have some beautiful trees and you can pick your own, I'll be getting one this year."

Another warned: "Don't buy it to [sic] early. Tree died before Christmas and I did water and even treated it to some sugar."

Real Christmas trees can be pricey, often reaching £60 to £100.

They only last one year whereas an artificial one can be stored away to use Christmas after Christmas.

But real Christmas trees are much better for the environment as many councils offer a tree recycling scheme.

They also add a lovely smell of pine to your home – even if you have to keep vacuuming up the needles.

Marcos Tejedor, home decoration and outdoor sales leader from IKEA UK and Ireland said: “At Ikea, we believe that people shouldn’t have to fork out a small fortune on their tree.

"There is something quite special about a fresh, real Christmas tree."

If you don't want a real one, there are plenty of artificial trees to choose from this year.

We've put together a guide to buying the best ones.

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