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German chain to sell islands

German chain to sell islands

German store chain Tchibo, mainly known for its coffee, will sell seven island in collaboration with real estate company Vladi Private Island.

Realtor discount

The islands are located in Canada, Ireland and French Polynesia and vary in price, ranging from 60,000 to 999,000 euro. The most expensive island is 120,000 sqm and located in the French Polynesian Raiatea atoll. Tchibo customers will even get a 20 % discount on the realtor's fee.


"Our customers expect surprises in our product range and these island sales will definitely manage to surprise. We are the very first to give a broad customer base access to this type of purchase, which is unique in Germany, " a Tchibo spokesperson said.

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