Ikea (UK) are celebrating their 21st birthday and will be discounting all items by 21%!
This sale will be nationwide starting at 6am until midnight on Saturday 19th April 2008.
Terms & conditions
Customers shopping at IKEA stores in the UK on 19th April 2008 between the times of 6.00am and 12.00 midnight, (last admission 11.55pm) will be entitled to a complimentary discount of 21% in celebration of the 21st anniversary of IKEA trading in the UK. This offer is made subject to the terms and conditions below:
21% discount will apply to the complete IKEA product range of furniture and accessories including articles in the IKEA Family range, The Swedish Food Market and The Bargain Corner*. The offer is made subject to product availability.
*(already discounted articles, such as products from The Bargain Corner will be subject to a further 21% discount on the lowest marked price unless otherwise stated).
The offer will not apply to IKEA services (home delivery, kitchen installation-service, home assembly-service, measuring-service, gift cards etc). Restaurant food, bistro food and alcoholic drinks from the Swedish Food Market are also excluded.
Customers who are unable to complete their kitchen purchase on the 19th April (due to increased sales volumes) will be issued with a 21% discount coupon, (to allow the option of completing the purchase at a later date). Coupons will only be issued on the 19th of April. Customers must return to the store and present the coupon between April 20th and May 4th 2008 to complete their transaction. Coupons presented after this date will not be valid. See coupon for further details.
Returned articles purchased under the offer will be refunded at the purchase price paid on production of a valid receipt. Our normal return policy applies. See in-store for details.
The offer is only available in-store and will not apply to on-line purchases. Discount will only be available to IKEA Business customers who shop in store.
The IKEA management reserve the right to withdraw the offer at any time. Your statutory rights are not affected.