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STRANDMON wing chair for £125.00 instead of £179 @ IKEA Tottenham / Edmonton

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In grey or yellow. - High back to provide extra support for the neck - 10 year guarantee Width: 82 cm Depth: 96 cm Seat width: 49 cm Seat depth: 54 cm Seat height: 45 cm Height: 10…
In grey or yellow. - High back to provide extra support for the neck - 10 year guarantee Width: 82 cm Depth: 96 cm Seat width: 49 cm Seat depth: 54 cm Seat height: 45 cm Height: 10…
Belga Avatar3d, 9h agoFound 3 days, 9 hours ago8 Comments
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sam_of_london
​Yes cheap true. But most of the products like drawers and wardrobes are top heavy and front heavy. So very big safety risk around children as they tumble very easy.

they offer free safety kits, if that helps
http://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/ikea-launches-own-low-cost-smart-lighting-range-2647822
​Yes cheap true. But most of the products like drawers and wardrobes are top heavy and front heavy. So very big safety risk around children as they tumble very easy.
sam_of_london
Ikea is very poor quality. They only sell nice food. Keep your guarantee receipt as you will definitely need it.
I never had any issues with their products. Plus it's cheap, useful when you are a student without much cash.
sam_of_london
Ikea is very poor quality. They only sell nice food. Keep your guarantee receipt as you will definitely need it.
Nice food ... :p
Ikea is very poor quality. They only sell nice food. Keep your guarantee receipt as you will definitely need it.
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Worth checking your IKEA Family Card at their Kiosk, Got £35 off coupons today

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Hi Guys! Just to let you know its worth checking your IKEA Family Card at their Kiosk before you make any payment at their checkouts, Got 3 coupons worth £35 off today when I was buying a wardrobe.…
Hi Guys! Just to let you know its worth checking your IKEA Family Card at their Kiosk before you make any payment at their checkouts, Got 3 coupons worth £35 off today when I was buying a wardrobe.…
foreverfine Avatar4d, 16m agoFound 4 days, 16 minutes ago35 Comments
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I check whenever I go in there but have never had any vouchers on my account!
ellawookey
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MadBob
i got £40 worth of free stuff a couple of weeks ago, and a free hotdog.
how much does it cost to get the card ?
The card is free. Apply in store at a kiosk but it does take quite a while to arrive
googled it and filled my details on there website got given a digital card and the plastic ones coming in the post :)


​lol you won't get any of the discounts as ur a new customer....you have to be with them for at least a year


​Then it's good they signed up straight away isn't it? :)
SolidWarrior
Is there any way of checking online?

Yes, but i think we need to have a ikea receipt.
https://swipe.myikeafamily.com/Home/SwipeIndexWithNoCountry
here is the link, it asks for a barcode.
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Gentle_Giant
Went for a new mattress yesterday, no discounts on anything we wanted, but did manage to blag free delivery, as ALL of the mattress's we were interested were either out of stock, or "Delivery Only".
Ikea seems to be turning into "Amazon with a showroom".
I wish I could find the paperwork for the old mattress, as it popped its clogs about a year short of the 25 year guarantee.
24 years old, it must be like a lumpy old sack! X)

That's no way to speak about the guy's missus!
haritori
I hate IKEA, I nipped in for some steak knives and had a 20 minute walk to get out!

Business 101 my friend.
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Free Tea or Coffee & £1.50 for a 6 Item Cooked Breakfast Weekdays @ Ikea with a Ikea Family Card

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This seems like a great deal from Ikea and something I wasn't aware of previously. Free Tea or Coffee & £1.50 for a 6 Item Cooked Breakfast Weekdays @ Ikea with a Ikea Family Card http://…
This seems like a great deal from Ikea and something I wasn't aware of previously. Free Tea or Coffee & £1.50 for a 6 Item Cooked Breakfast Weekdays @ Ikea with a Ikea Family Card http://…
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Can I order two of these breakfasts with the same card for £1.50 each or will we both need a family card to get them both at this price?
I think you will find that Family means more than one person, and mostly consists of 2 parents and any number of offspring.
All the family card means is that you're a member of the 'Ikea Family', you can order as many breakfasts as you can eat without a requirement to have kids or a partner.
That said Swedes are big on family life because unlike here they have well funded and comprehensive public services to make that possible. It's written into their psyche, to reorientate society around family rather than place such a huge emphasis on work like we do here.
Kindaa contradicting yourself there I think.

Where do you think I am contradicting myself? I'm just correcting what you said and emphasising why the Swedes are big on family life. It's not a contradiction. A cultural emphasis on family life and a loyalty scheme where you join a family are two things that are not opposed to each other, they're actually quite complimentary.

Edited By: supermann on Mar 30, 2017 01:24: .
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Can I order two of these breakfasts with the same card for £1.50 each or will we both need a family card to get them both at this price?
I think you will find that Family means more than one person, and mostly consists of 2 parents and any number of offspring.
All the family card means is that you're a member of the 'Ikea Family', you can order as many breakfasts as you can eat without a requirement to have kids or a partner.
That said Swedes are big on family life because unlike here they have well funded and comprehensive public services to make that possible. It's written into their psyche, to reorientate society around family rather than place such a huge emphasis on work like we do here.



Kindaa contradicting yourself there I think.
soldierboy001
hvc123xo
Can I order two of these breakfasts with the same card for £1.50 each or will we both need a family card to get them both at this price?
I think you will find that Family means more than one person, and mostly consists of 2 parents and any number of offspring.

All the family card means is that you're a member of the 'Ikea Family', you can order as many breakfasts as you can eat without a requirement to have kids or a partner.

That said Swedes are big on family life because unlike here they have well funded and comprehensive public services to make that possible. It's written into their psyche, to reorientate society around family rather than place such a huge emphasis on work like we do here.
hvc123xo
Can I order two of these breakfasts with the same card for £1.50 each or will we both need a family card to get them both at this price?



I think you will find that Family means more than one person, and mostly consists of 2 parents and any number of offspring.
Do you have a choice? I mean my kid would not touch it if its drowned in baked beans like the picture shows, can you omit bits of the breakfast or swap them
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Half price Ikea kitchen home design visit - £20.00

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Nationwide: All Ikea family card holders (free card) get 50% off an Ikea home visit kitchen design. Usually £40 down to £20. Valid until 2/4/17.
Nationwide: All Ikea family card holders (free card) get 50% off an Ikea home visit kitchen design. Usually £40 down to £20. Valid until 2/4/17.
seancharles Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago4 Comments
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I agree most do it for free however the fact it's half price is better than not!
Most places do it for free
Can't believe they charge in the first place!
I never realised that Ikea not only want lots of money to supply your kitchen, deliver your kitchen and fit your kitchen but they also want money for telling you what to buy too. Good skills.
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IKEA All the furniture you can eat- Free meal if you make a purchase

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Enjoy a weeknight meal* in the IKEA Restaurant & Café and we’ll take the total cost of your meal off any purchase you make in store. Just got this email but don't know about minimum or maximum
Enjoy a weeknight meal* in the IKEA Restaurant & Café and we’ll take the total cost of your meal off any purchase you make in store. Just got this email but don't know about minimum or maximum
AR03 Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago94 Comments
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Is ikea Birmingham the wednesbury one???
Yes
I think they mean the collection point in the city not the Wednesbury one
rachnumber1
Is ikea Birmingham the wednesbury one???
Yes
Error440
Can someone tell me what the fish and chips​ are like and also what kind of gravy is on the meatballs and mash, can you opt out of things, like no gravy please or no baked beans on the breakfast?
I'm planning on taking the small person there during the school holidays, he can help me pick out some nice storage furniture for the living room, be nice if we can make a day of it starting off with food and ending it with a 50p ice cream

This offer is for after 4.30pm.
Don't think there is any gravy with the meatballs. Comes with mash and the jam type sauce but they usually ask if you want that sauce- kids meatball meal:

http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/images/local-store-pages/ikea-childrens-meatballs__1364317271045-s2.jpg

Fish and chips was a bit old school dinners. I tried it with the £1 offer last year. Fish was flakes:http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/images/local-store-pages/ikea-fish-and-chips__1364317268479-s2.jpg Can have tartare sauce with it.

It's a bit like a canteen really. So you can just say what you don't want.

Register for a family card before you go and print out the temporary card. Otherwise you may be able to register via one of the kiosks in the store. You will need the membership card or the temp printout to show in order to get this deal.


Edited By: thetarget on Mar 28, 2017 18:37
Can someone tell me what the fish and chips​ are like and also what kind of gravy is on the meatballs and mash, can you opt out of things, like no gravy please or no baked beans on the breakfast?

I'm planning on taking the small person there during the school holidays, he can help me pick out some nice storage furniture for the living room, be nice if we can make a day of it starting off with food and ending it with a 50p ice cream
Excluding Warrington store, well that counts me out
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HOLMIUM floor lamp textile white 125cm for £7.00 instead of £14 @ IKEA Croydon (for IKEA FAMILY members)

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Great value for a floor lamp :3 A++ energy rating. Height: 125 cm Base diameter: 20 cm Cord length: 2.7 m Offer available 01/03 - 31/03 or while supply lasts
Great value for a floor lamp :3 A++ energy rating. Height: 125 cm Base diameter: 20 cm Cord length: 2.7 m Offer available 01/03 - 31/03 or while supply lasts
Belga Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago3 Comments
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SFJnet
I wonder if this is Croydon only or wider? I suppose I should go check myself at Ikea Milton Keynes but it's such a nightmare in there on the weekends that it would be doubly disappointing to find out the lamp wasn't on sale there!

According to IKEA website, the HOLMIUM lamp is not on sale at the Milton Keynes store.

But they have another floor lamp, the RANARP (below), at £39 down from £49. Nice looking but rather different price range :{

http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/images/products/ranarp-floor-reading-lamp-off-white__0210371_pe363792_s4.jpg
I wonder if this is Croydon only or wider? I suppose I should go check myself at Ikea Milton Keynes but it's such a nightmare in there on the weekends that it would be doubly disappointing to find out the lamp wasn't on sale there!

Edited By: SFJnet on Mar 10, 2017 15:40: spelling
looks like a mini milk ice lolly ;)
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HENRIKSDAL chair cover blue/white for £5.00 down from £20 @ IKEA Tottenham / Edmonton (for IKEA FAMILY members)

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75% off. Quick and cheap furniture / decorating update :) Fits HENRIKSDAL chair frame (picture in first comment). Washable cover. Easy to put on and take off. 80% cotton, 20% polyeste…
75% off. Quick and cheap furniture / decorating update :) Fits HENRIKSDAL chair frame (picture in first comment). Washable cover. Easy to put on and take off. 80% cotton, 20% polyeste…
Belga Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago4 Comments
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is this for old folks who 'wet' the chair?
I actually like them :3 But sadly we have different chairs. Else, one can easily change the mood of a room for £20/30 (£5 * 4/6 chairs).
Not surprised.....reminds me of mattress covers (old style) One of the worst patterns they did.
The HENRIKSDAL chair

http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/images/products/henriksdal-chair-birch-nolhaga-grey-beige__0365246_pe513821_s4.jpg
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Ikea single 4 way bed £159.00 instore / online - Frame only

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ikea single bed 4 way use. single bed has storage and can convert into double.
ikea single bed 4 way use. single bed has storage and can convert into double.
suzannelea Avatar3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago48 Comments
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Got two of these when they were shifting a load for some reason a few years ago £25 each, bargain
Hi
Care to explain how the set-up works. Do you buy two single mattresses and where does the 2nd one store when the unit is being used as a single bed or seat ? Thanks in advance


Hi buggbairn, I set ours up in box room at our house and grandparents so don't have enough room to pull out to use second bed, bought as fit the space and good for storage. But you would buy two mattresses and place one on to of other then when you want to use the trundle bed pull out bed and slide mattress over. HTH
TJ95
savagevixen
We bought this for my sons room, when it was new to the store we got it for £120. It's bloody awful. Don't get me wrong, I am an Ikea fan and have loads of Ikea furniture I am really pleased with and love. The higher price is with mattesses (they do sometimes advertise price with mattresses) because this was always a cheaper option than the Hemnes.
We bought this bed with the foam mattresses. For my little boy in top of 2 foam mattresses it was fine. When we had guests and my husband and I used it for 5 nights it was horrendous. The mattresses were very uncomfortable and slim, when I got on (10 stone) a slat broke. I have never slept so badly.
Basically this is just a minor price drop, £185 to £159.
It's an complete nightmare to put together. Took ages and some mdf split. It wasn't worth £120 let alone £160. The cheap mattressss were awful.
To be fair Ikea refunded the bed after 6 months. We were stuck with the mattresses though. We have instead purchased an iron bed in a similar style (trundle pull out underneath and becomes a double) so much more comfortable.
So the beds fine, you're complaining about the mattress. This post is just the bed so your post is irrelevant.
Not at all. Clearly you are just being picky and haven't read the other posts. There are a number of reasons this bed is poor quality and not value for money.
They do have a guest bed currently on offer which looks better for £95.
I'm not just saying the mattress was poor at all, it is the mattress advertised with the bed and if it was just a mattress issue I would've returned them under ikeas very good return policy. The mattresses are fine on2 other Ikea beds we owned.
I was simply stating that I did purchase the cheaper ones recommended but as I have several Ikea foam mattresses I could not see how the superior ones would enhance this bed.
Shane you didn't bother to read my comments obviously just popped along for a little bit of internet trolling.
savagevixen
We bought this for my sons room, when it was new to the store we got it for £120. It's bloody awful. Don't get me wrong, I am an Ikea fan and have loads of Ikea furniture I am really pleased with and love. The higher price is with mattesses (they do sometimes advertise price with mattresses) because this was always a cheaper option than the Hemnes.
We bought this bed with the foam mattresses. For my little boy in top of 2 foam mattresses it was fine. When we had guests and my husband and I used it for 5 nights it was horrendous. The mattresses were very uncomfortable and slim, when I got on (10 stone) a slat broke. I have never slept so badly.
Basically this is just a minor price drop, £185 to £159.
It's an complete nightmare to put together. Took ages and some mdf split. It wasn't worth £120 let alone £160. The cheap mattressss were awful.
To be fair Ikea refunded the bed after 6 months. We were stuck with the mattresses though. We have instead purchased an iron bed in a similar style (trundle pull out underneath and becomes a double) so much more comfortable.
So the beds fine, you're complaining about the mattress. This post is just the bed so your post is irrelevant.
have now put up this bed and my child is using it he loves it and I'm happy with product draws are big and sturdy and bed is comfortable.
You can get beds like this all over in good quality, lots of places do Iron and solid wood beds. We just got a really nice one and the second mattress goes under the bed and has a really nice frame with rollers to make it easy to handle. Ikea is good for a lot of things, just not beds, the only selling point with them for me was they always did European sizes which are longer than the UK ones have I've been over 200cm since I was in my early teens so my feet get less cold on a European single.

It's the mattress that costs not the bed itself, bed frames are cheap as chips. If you do get this do yourself a favour and just get a silent knight memory foam off amazon, way better than Ikeas and they are cheap. If you aren't used to sleeping on a foam mattress be prepared for crap sleep though.
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Hovag matress £140.00 instore @ Ikea

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Hovag double mattress £140 with family card was originally 200 then 180. Comes rolled up bought one today seems very good quality for the price, fit in my Ford Focus, plus 25 year guarantee Online…
Hovag double mattress £140 with family card was originally 200 then 180. Comes rolled up bought one today seems very good quality for the price, fit in my Ford Focus, plus 25 year guarantee Online…
Abz2525 Avatar3w, 6d agoFound 3 weeks, 6 days ago15 Comments
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This is memory foam?
Bought a Sultan Harestua double mattress from ikea.com for £79 a few years ago, and that has been very good. Recently contacted Ikea CS for details of which product had replaced it, but they were incredibly unhelpful. Useless would actually be more accurate. If this Hovag mattress is a replacement for the Harestua then it's a shame that it's more than twice the price.
STEWIEG
Sad to read you are sleeping in your car. Life can be cruel.

My car is my castle lol
Wow, that's a big Focus!
WhatGoesRoundComesRound
Are their sizes conventional u.k size single/double?


​They now do conventional sizes as standard, but if you've got the older EU sizes they can get them too.

Which is good, cos we've got that massive super king size EU bed & could do with a new mattress!
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Hydroponic Planter - £4.00 @ IKEA

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Ikea is selling hydroponic kits. Fun, educational range.
Ikea is selling hydroponic kits. Fun, educational range.
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oO This is a great price for seedlings, but I suspect a wild goose chase. How much are they normally?
looks like a great pot (err, sorry, Fraudian slip)...
I've been looking at these for a while, but I haven't found a good review anywhere yet, only a couple of negatives.
I don't think they've been selling well, in fact they seem to have disappeared from the catalogue in some countries.
But it's got me interested, and indoor/vertical farming will be more and more important.
looks perfect for seedlings, heat!
Interesting!
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tablet stand £1.49 @ Ikea

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£1.49 @ IKEA
£1.49 tablet
£1.49 tablet
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they do a laptop support stand as well for £2.90 i bought 2 as well as 2 of these tablet stands. http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/desks/desk-computer-desks/bräda-laptop-support-black-art-60150176/
Smartguy1
Link doesn't take you to the item. They do one in the pound shop which is good for a quid.


​how much does it cost in the 1 pound shop?
Link doesn't take you to the item. They do one in the pound shop which is good for a quid.
you what?
That's the 1st time I came across man. And I though it was quite cool
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Wardrobe BOSTRAK White £39.00 @ Ikea

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I've seen this wardrobe at un unbeatable price £39 in store at IKEA Bristol. The quality is not to bad and is available online too. Assembled size: Width: 80 cm Depth: 50 cm Plinth, height: 7…
I've seen this wardrobe at un unbeatable price £39 in store at IKEA Bristol. The quality is not to bad and is available online too. Assembled size: Width: 80 cm Depth: 50 cm Plinth, height: 7…
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It's £39 online too.
But delivery for me is £35...
Unbelievable.
Ikea delivery is always £35 for everyone anywhere.... except small items can be delivered using normal carrier service which cost about £7
So the bottom-line cost of the wardrobe is almost twice the advertised price...
Well yes if you have to have it delivered.... £35 delivery charge is a fixed price no matter you are buying only one piece of furniture or furnitures for your entire house iirc so someone would find it to be all right.
Considering there are only ~20 stores in the whole country, I would say that delivery is the only viable option for a LOT of people.
Sure and is that the OPs fault? Its a good price for those with Ikea nearby.
No, but that small detail was conspicuously absent.
Ok I'll give you that maybe OP should have said collection only or stated delivery price. But I'm sure the few extra minute or so finding delivery charge has not endangered your life and busy schedule.
You have no idea how busy my schedule is.
We all know how busy it is, as you have plenty of time to post facetious comments on this post !
I make an extra effort to squeeze them in.
sam654321
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It's £39 online too.
But delivery for me is £35...
Unbelievable.
Ikea delivery is always £35 for everyone anywhere.... except small items can be delivered using normal carrier service which cost about £7
So the bottom-line cost of the wardrobe is almost twice the advertised price...
Well yes if you have to have it delivered.... £35 delivery charge is a fixed price no matter you are buying only one piece of furniture or furnitures for your entire house iirc so someone would find it to be all right.
Considering there are only ~20 stores in the whole country, I would say that delivery is the only viable option for a LOT of people.
Sure and is that the OPs fault? Its a good price for those with Ikea nearby.
​Considering that a significant majority of the UK population live at urban population centres hence within a decent distance of an IKEA store, I would say that delivery is an unnecessary option for a LOT of people.

So it is unnecessary for a lot of people, yet necessary for a lot of people. What's your point?
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It's £39 online too.
But delivery for me is £35...
Unbelievable.
Ikea delivery is always £35 for everyone anywhere.... except small items can be delivered using normal carrier service which cost about £7
So the bottom-line cost of the wardrobe is almost twice the advertised price...
Well yes if you have to have it delivered.... £35 delivery charge is a fixed price no matter you are buying only one piece of furniture or furnitures for your entire house iirc so someone would find it to be all right.
Considering there are only ~20 stores in the whole country, I would say that delivery is the only viable option for a LOT of people.
Sure and is that the OPs fault? Its a good price for those with Ikea nearby.
No, but that small detail was conspicuously absent.
Ok I'll give you that maybe OP should have said collection only or stated delivery price. But I'm sure the few extra minute or so finding delivery charge has not endangered your life and busy schedule.
You have no idea how busy my schedule is.

We all know how busy it is, as you have plenty of time to post facetious comments on this post !
kiish
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yulu91
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It's £39 online too.
But delivery for me is £35...
Unbelievable.
Ikea delivery is always £35 for everyone anywhere.... except small items can be delivered using normal carrier service which cost about £7
So the bottom-line cost of the wardrobe is almost twice the advertised price...
Well yes if you have to have it delivered.... £35 delivery charge is a fixed price no matter you are buying only one piece of furniture or furnitures for your entire house iirc so someone would find it to be all right.
Considering there are only ~20 stores in the whole country, I would say that delivery is the only viable option for a LOT of people.

Sure and is that the OPs fault? Its a good price for those with Ikea nearby.


​Considering that a significant majority of the UK population live at urban population centres hence within a decent distance of an IKEA store, I would say that delivery is an unnecessary option for a LOT of people.
kiish
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kiish
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yulu91
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yulu91
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It's £39 online too.
But delivery for me is £35...
Unbelievable.
Ikea delivery is always £35 for everyone anywhere.... except small items can be delivered using normal carrier service which cost about £7
So the bottom-line cost of the wardrobe is almost twice the advertised price...
Well yes if you have to have it delivered.... £35 delivery charge is a fixed price no matter you are buying only one piece of furniture or furnitures for your entire house iirc so someone would find it to be all right.
Considering there are only ~20 stores in the whole country, I would say that delivery is the only viable option for a LOT of people.
Sure and is that the OPs fault? Its a good price for those with Ikea nearby.
No, but that small detail was conspicuously absent.
Ok I'll give you that maybe OP should have said collection only or stated delivery price. But I'm sure the few extra minute or so finding delivery charge has not endangered your life and busy schedule.

You have no idea how busy my schedule is.
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ANVÄNDBAR 250*145cm cotton/flax drape for £9.00 instead of £15 @ IKEA Tottenham / Edmonton (for IKEA FAMILY members)

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40% off. Ideal to reduce drafts, thanks to the densely-woven fabric. Ready to hang, as the drape/curtain has a ready-sewn channel at the top and is hemmed at the bottom. Length: 250 cm
40% off. Ideal to reduce drafts, thanks to the densely-woven fabric. Ready to hang, as the drape/curtain has a ready-sewn channel at the top and is hemmed at the bottom. Length: 250 cm
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amzzzzyyyy
Tought that was a rat

oO


Yes the cat from far lol
amzzzzyyyy
Tought that was a rat

oO
amzzzzyyyy
Tought that was a rat


​me too
Tought that was a rat
They are also thermal and light block - I'm being sarcastic BTW.
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Vinninge USB AA/AAA Battery charger £1.80 @ IKEA

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A small battery charger that’s easy to take with you. Turns off automatically when the batteries are fully charged, defective or too hot. 2 separate charging channels make it possible to charge
A small battery charger that’s easy to take with you. Turns off automatically when the batteries are fully charged, defective or too hot. 2 separate charging channels make it possible to charge
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seems a better deal £1 posted!!
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/201809100892
I bought one of these a month ago as we'll as a 4 pack of IKEA rechargeable batteries (the bigger powered AA's) for use in my XBOX One controllers and they work great! This is the normal price in IKEA though
fire risk :D
Voted hot, the Liitokala is stll about 3 quid, does Li's too:

http://www.gearbest.com/chargers/pp_272183.html
freakstyler
Apparently Ikea rechargeable batteries are actually Eneloop's in disguise - they're all made in Japan.
As for this charger, I have couple and use them for reviving deeply discharged cells that my smart charger wont recognise. A minute or so in one of these and they're ready to go on the smarty.

Not that smart then, really, is it? :p
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Free tea or filter coffee at IKEA Mon-Fri for loyalty card holders (Family card, anyone can get free)

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Free hot drinks in the restaurants (NOT bistros), tea or filter coffee all day every day as many times as you like, mon to fri. Get card scanned after picking up a mug and taking it to a till. Fresh…
Free hot drinks in the restaurants (NOT bistros), tea or filter coffee all day every day as many times as you like, mon to fri. Get card scanned after picking up a mug and taking it to a till. Fresh…
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Isn't the tea in the form of a tea-bag, which is one only at the cash desk I believe, so no tea refills?
I drink coffee, that's why I can't say for certain.
​the tea bags at Wembley IKEA are by the hot water so you can go back for a refill. no idea if the same everywhere
Same at Southampton IKEA
I've used the "free" drink with the Family Card a few times when I've stopped to charge the car up (free charging station and a free drink whilst it's being done).

They do Hot Chocolate on this as well, although there is a slight premium for it (about 30-40p) and as its given as a token for the machine you can't get refills, but still a bargain.

Incidentally, if you've forgotten your card they will accept the temporary paper ones issued by the machines dotted around the place.

Edited By: TheDr-UK on Feb 07, 2017 00:22
I've not used my family card yet if I went with my husband would we both get the offers or is it limited to one person.
vinnyV2591
Not sure if they still do the breakfast deal in the mornings for Family card holders.
If memory serves me right it was only a couple of quid for a cooked breakfast and add in the free tea or coffee it was worth the couple of mile drive!!


​yes they do, 6 item £1.50 add a toast and butter for 30p and 5p each, plus free tea coffee, great for morning weekday shops
twinkle.eyes
shame they dont do hot chocolate

Ikea family price is only 40p for Hot chocolate, and to be honest it's pretty good Hot chocolate.
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Sauce/cooking stainless steel pot with glass lid £4.00 @ Ikea instore and online

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Annons pot and lid The glass lid allows you to monitor the contents of the pot during the cooking process. Works well on all types of hobs, including induction hob. Made of stainless steel, which…
Annons pot and lid The glass lid allows you to monitor the contents of the pot during the cooking process. Works well on all types of hobs, including induction hob. Made of stainless steel, which…
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I think a lot of people on this site smoke alot of POT
I haven't got a pot to p i ss in so thanks from me
wow good deal. thanks guys...
Do these last ? Always put off buying pots and pans from ikea.
Flipping heck-it's a hot deals site-nothing about sales or reductions just items that are hot deals!
Good find
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Ikea HÖVÅG Mattress - £135.00 (single) / £180 (double) / £230 (king) (£35 Delivery)

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Ikea have reduced the price of their Hovag mattress: Standard single £135 (was £150) Standard double £180 (was £200) Standard king £230 (was £250) This mattress was rated very highly by Which.…
Ikea have reduced the price of their Hovag mattress: Standard single £135 (was £150) Standard double £180 (was £200) Standard king £230 (was £250) This mattress was rated very highly by Which.…
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How does this compare with M&S cashmere comfort mattress
Mine lasted about 5 years and now has a massive dip and knackered springs. Very comfy, I'll probably buy again
I have one of these mattresses . Relatively comfortable and good for the price but after 4-ish years it's a bit noisy (I'm not a comfy sleeper so I tend to move around a lot) and if you're near the edge you feel like you're going to roll off.
YEh that's their price on every delivery, it's stupid
No need to pay for delivery. Will fit in a car boot as comes rolled with air vacuumed. Very comfy with 25 years warranty. Been at this price for few months.
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Ikea Pen cup set of 3 50p HEJSAN

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Not sure if it's local but it's cheap. Says brown only on offer so not everyone's favorite colour but for 50p, can't argue with that..
Not sure if it's local but it's cheap. Says brown only on offer so not everyone's favorite colour but for 50p, can't argue with that..
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Ikea Tablet Stand LÄTTFATTLIG 25p instore

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Not sure if it's local only but 25p, can't argue with that despite it is a very cheap quality product. And this size does like an iPad mini or similar. Not everyone's cup of tea, but again, it s 2…
Not sure if it's local only but 25p, can't argue with that despite it is a very cheap quality product. And this size does like an iPad mini or similar. Not everyone's cup of tea, but again, it s 2…
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Tablet stand? No problem!
Remember this is not advertised as a case nor a protector, it is only a stand.
This looks cheaper, but probably works : http://www.instructables.com/id/Five-Minute-Tablet-Stand/ - Macgyver style DIY Tablet stand
It looks like a piece of cardboard with an elastic band on it. I could make one of those for 25p, never mind spend all afternoon lost in Ikea.
Not voting either way, it might be cheap, but also looks really cheap.
I haven't seen this is person but from the look in the photo, I wouldn't put my tablet in this even if they paid me 25p!
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Patrull baby monitor for £22.00 in IKEA Edinburgh

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Patrull baby monitor available for £22 in IKEA Edinburgh (down from £60). Lots in the basket today. First impressions of these are good. Both units are nice and small and can run from batteries as wel…
Patrull baby monitor available for £22 in IKEA Edinburgh (down from £60). Lots in the basket today. First impressions of these are good. Both units are nice and small and can run from batteries as wel…
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No sign of these online, I wonder if they're discontinued.
ladyeesolja
Still full price on Saturday at Ikea Ashton in Manchester.
Cheers. I thought it might be national but doesn't appear to be then.
Still full price on Saturday at Ikea Ashton in Manchester.

Affordable, well-designed furniture for every size of home at IKEA

IKEA was established in 1943, by Ingvar Kamprad; the unusual name is an acronym, representing the founder’s initials, along with those of the house and town where he grew up, Elmtaryd and Agunnaryd. The business initially dealt with mail orders, but began opening physical stores in the 1950’s. These were joined by international IKEA branches from the 1960s. Now there are nearly 400 stores around the globe and in 2008, IKEA was confirmed as the world’s biggest furniture shops. They keep prices low by asking customers to be part of the retail process, in that their role is to assemble the flat packs of furniture that IKEA is famous for.

Where to Shop for IKEA Furniture

IKEA have a well-organised retail website where most items are available to purchase online. For access to every product in their range, you’ll have to visit one of their 21 UK shops. To find your closest branc, click on “Your Local IKEA Store“ on their website and then select a location for more information.

What’s on Offer at IKEA?

IKEA organise their website into a number of different departments, so that shoppers can easily navigate to the products they need:

  • Outdoors – The IKEA garden furniture collection includes tables, chairs, sofas and parasols. There are items to suit larger spaces and smaller balcony or patio areas.
  • Living Room – As well as comfortable seating, the IKEA living room section has TV stands, media storage cabinets, side tables, and lighting.
  • Bedroom – Shop here for bedroom storage, beds, plus mattresses and duvet covers, along with king-size, single, and double bedframes. They also have a range of lighting solutions and mirrors.
  • Bathroom – This section includes everything you’d need for the bathroom, from towels and flannels, to mirrors and toothbrush holders. There are also large items like wash stands and basins for bigger projects.
  • Kitchens – IKEA enable their customers to design the layout of a kitchen then choose cabinets, worktops and storage to complete the bespoke look. You can also find smaller items like trolleys, knife holders and containers to organise the space you have.
  • Storage – If you need to tidy up and pack away day to day items, clothing or a collection of articles, then this is the perfect place to start. From sturdy plastic under bed boxes, to cardboard containers and glass jars for little odds and ends, it’s all here.
  • Dining – From intimate dining solutions to larger tables for big families, this category has it all. Choose from sturdy wooden chairs, stackable stools, cafe type furniture, plus a selection of eating and drinking accessories.
  • Children – In this area you can find pieces of furniture that are designed with younger users in mind. There are coordinating sets to furnish an entire room, rugs, bedding and toy storage systems. You can also shop for curtains, toys and pin boards.
  • Textiles and Rugs – Here you can find textiles that can be cut to a specific length for personal projects, as well as a variety of rugs, curtains, cushion covers and bedding. There is also table linen and fixings for attaching curtain rods or rails.
  • Home Office – For people who work from home, IKEA have a section dedicated to desks, chairs and media organisers. There are cable management boxes, bins, lights and laminate flooring, to complete the effect.

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Saving Money at IKEA

IKEA have a regular summer and winter sale, during these periods selected products or ranges are reduced by up to 50% in store. They also reduce the price of discontinued stock and seasonal products, like those promoted during Christmas and summer. Sometimes discounts are specific to each store. They also send out vouchers in the post and via e-mail for IKEA Family Card members, which can only be used in store.

Placing an Online Order and Being Part of the IKEA Family

When you order items from www.ikea.com you can choose to log in to your personal account or continue with the process as a guest. After you’ve entered your details, you can then choose to register as a member, if you wish. Joining the IKEA Family scheme has a number of benefits, you are entitled to discounts in the cafe, some products are reduced and at certain times of year you can win prizes each time you swipe your card. You’ll also be invited to workshops and events held in store. IKEA have a new catalogue each season whichcontains details on each available range. Complimenting this, there are separate catalogues for Kitchens, Wardrobes, Bathrooms, Bedrooms, and IKEA Business. These are available to view online or to pick up in store. There is also an extensive digital brochure with interactive content, tips and ideas.

How to Pay for an IKEA Order

As methods of payment in their online shop at ikea.com, IKEA accepts Maestro, MasterCard, IKEA Business Card, Visa, Visa Electron and Delta.

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Delivery options from IKEA

IKEA deliver to most parts of England, Scotland and Wales.  To see if you are eligible for delivery, use their Postcode checker.

You can choose between two options when you’d like IKEA to deliver your order. The first is Parcel Delivery which is used to send items weighing up to 25kg. This service costs £7.50 and is available Monday to Friday, 9am to 6pm, and is provided by Parcel Force. However, if you order a range of smaller items, they could have a combined weight of 100kg so please be aware of possible charges.

Many of the items IKEA deliver are large, so as part of their Truck Delivery service, they will bring your purchase in to any room in your home. Truck Delivery charges start from £35, but vary depending on your postcode; the actual price is worked out during the ordering process. Within 72 hours of your order being placed, IKEA will tell you when they’ll be delivering your goods. If you provide a mobile number, you can also expect a text message to confirm the date.

Returning Unwanted Items to IKEA

You can return faulty or unwanted goods to IKEA within 365 days, even if the item is assembled. It does need to be in a resaleable condition however. To get a refund from IKEA here’s what you need to do:

  1. Contact IKEA and explain that you’d like to return an item.
  2. They will instruct you to either send it back through the Post Office or arrange a courier to pick it up
  3. If you cancel the whole order within 14 days of receipt, your delivery costs will be refunded.
  4. The refund will be credited back to the original payment source.

Alternatively, take the item back to an IKEA store, along with your proof of purchase. Your refund will be credited to the card you paid on.

Keeping Up with the Latest from IKEA Online

IKEA have a number of social media accounts where they communicate with customers, post new ideas for using their products and give tips on interior design. You can like them on Facebook, tweet them at, watch their videos on YouTube or look at their pages on Pinterest.

Using the IKEA Apps

IKEA have two free apps. The IKEA Store app enables you to search for a nearby branch, view their products and make a shopping list. The IKEA Catalogue app lets users view the entire IKEA range and has extra videos and product stories.

IKEA´s Blog and Newsletter

IKEA have a blog that’s regularly updated with design ideas, seasonal features and articles focussing on a particular type of room. If you sign up for their newsletter you can expect a regular selection of offers and interior design ideas.

IKEA Customer Services

If you have a query or complaint about any IKEA product or service, you can contact their Customer Support Centre via hotline on 020 36450000 for issues relating to a store, or on 020 36450015 for online orders. You can e-mail them via an online form, or talk to them on a web chat. If you’d prefer to search for an answer yourself, IKEA have a comprehensive FAQ page.

So that customers can always save money on their furniture and home wares, HotUKDeals collects the details of each IKEA offer and then posts them on a dedicated merchant page.