IKEA and Ecotricity chargers have been free for a long time (5 years in fact) but as of 14th November 2016 they will all be paid options via the Electric Highway app from Ecotricity.
The good news:
IKEA are offering to give customers the £6 they spend on charging to them in store credit (if used on the same day as charging) so spend £6 in-store and get £6 off your spend.
- You still cannot do 2 x 30 min charges without visiting the charger (i.e. blocking a charger whilst you finish shopping).
- You must wait for the email receipt (i.e. blocking a charger whilst you wait to pay or waiting around for your charge to end)
- You cannot spend the £6 in the Restaurant or the Food Market
1. Your electric vehicle email receipt can only be redeemed for the £6 discount on the day of the electric vehicle charging on an IKEA UK site. Proof of date of electric vehicle charge is required.
2. The £6 discount cannot be used towards purchases from IKEA Shop Online, IKEA Swedish Food Market, IKEA gift cards, IKEA Bistro, IKEA Restaurant or IKEA services including but not limited to Home Delivery, Installation, Assembly, and Kitchen Planning.
3. Your electric vehicle email receipt can only be used once per customer, per transaction.
4. Minimum spend of £6 in store is required to redeem this offer.
5. Your electric vehicle email receipt must be presented at the time of purchase at the IKEA checkouts.
6. IKEA Limited reserves the right to refuse any electric vehicle email receipt that we reasonably believe has not been validly obtained or has been obtained fraudulently.
7. Your electric vehicle email receipt is non-refundable and non-transferable.
8. Your electric vehicle email receipt has no cash value and no change will be given.
9. IKEA Limited reserves the right to withdraw and discontinue this offer at any time without prior notice.
10. IKEA Limited reserves the right to modify these terms and conditions at any time without prior notice.
11. This offer and these terms and conditions are governed by English law and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of English courts.