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Wardrobe BOSTRAK White £39.00 @ Ikea

£39.00 @ IKEA
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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1w, 5h agoFound 1 week, 5 hours ago
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: 7.5 cm
Height: 180 cm
Max. load/shelf: 15 kg
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1 Like #1
It's £39 online too.

But delivery for me is £35...

Unbelievable.
#2
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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
#3
Hi, do you know if the finish is a gloss or matt white please? Hard to tell from the photos and can't see it written anywhere. £39 is a bargain. Thanks.
1 Like #4
yulu91
3guesses
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...
#5
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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.
1 Like #6
Been this price for years
1 Like #7
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.
4 Likes #8
3guesses
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.
#9
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.
2 Likes #10
3guesses
kiish
3guesses
yulu91
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yulu91
3guesses
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.

Did you want the OP to also include petrol costs to collect instore too? Or add on the cost of a the obligatory hotdogs too? (or is that just me?)
#11
Northerndave
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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.
Did you want the OP to also include petrol costs to collect instore too? Or add on the cost of a the obligatory hotdogs too? (or is that just me?)

I don't know - would they cost around the same amount as the wardrobe?
3 Likes #12
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yulu91
3guesses
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...


Get a car loser
#13
3guesses
kiish
3guesses
yulu91
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yulu91
3guesses
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.
1 Like #14
I had a look at one of these, I got inside and the back opened, I walked through and found myself in a magical restaurant serving meatballs.
1 Like #15
lucas
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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...
Get a car loser

Ooh, good comeback.
#16
kiish
3guesses
kiish
3guesses
yulu91
3guesses
yulu91
3guesses
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.
#17
kiish
3guesses
yulu91
3guesses
yulu91
3guesses
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.
1 Like #18
3guesses
kiish
3guesses
kiish
3guesses
yulu91
3guesses
yulu91
3guesses
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 !
#19
sam654321
kiish
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yulu91
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yulu91
3guesses
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?
#20
Northerndave
3guesses
kiish
3guesses
kiish
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yulu91
3guesses
yulu91
3guesses
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.

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