MoneySavingExpert Martin Lewis has revealed how we can get our Christmas tree for just £9 this year.

Ikea has brought back its amazing offer again this year where you can get a real Christmas tree for just £9.

This savvy shopping hack will help you decorate your home for the festive season.

From Monday, November 22, you can buy a real Christmas tree - worth £29 - and fork out under a tenner for it.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Christmas trees decorated with fairy lights. Credit: CanvaChristmas trees decorated with fairy lights. Credit: Canva

Here's how you can get your hands on a real fir and leave your bank balance feeling pretty merry.

How to get an Ikea Christmas tree for £9

This fantastic hack is one that money-savers come back to every Christmas.

On Monday, November 22, shoppers can get a real Christmas tree from your nearest Ikea for just £9. 

The tree is normally worth £29 on its own but you'll be given a £20 voucher to spend in-store which you can use towards your tree this year.

The voucher is valid to spend between Monday, January 10 and Sunday, February 13 which means you'll essentially have a £9 tree so long as you'd have spent £20 in the New Year anyway. 

The promotion is officially running until Friday, December 23 but in previous years, they have sold out long before this date so you'll have to be quick.

Ikea's full Christmas range is also now available, featuring everything from wrapping paper to tableware.

See the full collection via Ikea's website.

Martin Lewis Ikea hacks

Martin Lewis has made a name for himself as a financial journalist and consumer champion.

Lewis has helped us avoid crucial Black Friday blunders and find the best deals from big brands. 

Now he has cracked Ikea with his rundown of Ikea Moneysaving tips and tricks blog. 

In his Ikea blog, the money expert recently revealed that consumers could trade in their old Ikea furniture for vouchers of up to 50 percent of the item's original value. 

See the full list of MoneySavingExpert's Ikea tips and tricks via its website.