Unfortunately, this deal is no longer valid
Free parcel delivery at Ikea on orders over £60, items under 150cm & 25kg
1406° Expired

Free parcel delivery at Ikea on orders over £60, items under 150cm & 25kg

37
Refreshed 8th Jul 2018 (Posted 3rd Jul 2018)

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

  • FREE Parcel Delivery

  • Terms and Conditions
  • 1. When you spend £60 or more on products online you will receive free parcel delivery.

    2. When you spend less than £60 on products online you will receive parcel delivery for £3.95.

    3. This offer is valid only between 25/06/2018 and 02/09/2018 inclusive.

    4. This offer applies to UK online orders only where the product(s) meet the criteria for parcel delivery:

    a. Packages under 150cm in length;

    b. Total products to be delivered weigh less than 25kg;

    c. Products deemed suitable by IKEA for parcel delivery.

    5. Truck deliveries will apply to products not meeting the criteria above and are excluded from the offer.

    6. The offer is not valid for additional IKEA services including Kitchen Installation, Kitchen Planning or Furniture Assembly.

    7. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotional offer or discount.

    8. The offer can only be used once per transaction and the offer value cannot be exchanged for cash.

    9. All returns will be subject to the IKEA Returns Policy, available at ikea.co.uk/ret…rns. Any refunds will take this offer into account. Your statutory rights are unaffected.

    10. IKEA reserves the right to withdraw or amend this offer as necessary due to circumstances outside our reasonable control.
Community Updates
IKEA DealsIKEA vouchers
If you click through or buy, retailers may pay hotukdeals some money, but this never affects which deals get posted. Find more info in our FAQs and About Us page.

Groups

Top comments
malm03/07/2018 21:22

Nothing in life is free.




What about the air we breath? Do you pay your spouse to date you? What about your family to love you? When a shop is handing out free samples of a new product, how much do you pay then? I could continue the list, but then i might have to charge you
Edited by: "LoveABargainAlways" 3rd Jul 2018
deleted129396003/07/2018 20:52

When they arent offering free delivery, there is something odd going on …When they arent offering free delivery, there is something odd going on with their charges.I was intending to order about £180 worth a couple of months ago including a £30 delivery charge.In the end, my mum wanted some stuff as well and the total came to £320 including a £17.50 delivery charge........


That's the other deal they're doing, 50% off delivery charges on large items over £300..... that deal has already been posted
37 Comments
Amazing! And free returns with collect+!
Avatar
deleted1293960
When they arent offering free delivery, there is something odd going on with their charges.

I was intending to order about £180 worth a couple of months ago including a £30 delivery charge.

In the end, my mum wanted some stuff as well and the total came to £320 including a £17.50 delivery charge........
deleted129396003/07/2018 20:52

When they arent offering free delivery, there is something odd going on …When they arent offering free delivery, there is something odd going on with their charges.I was intending to order about £180 worth a couple of months ago including a £30 delivery charge.In the end, my mum wanted some stuff as well and the total came to £320 including a £17.50 delivery charge........


That's the other deal they're doing, 50% off delivery charges on large items over £300..... that deal has already been posted
Nothing in life is free.
Avatar
deleted1293960
OnPoint38 m ago

That's the other deal they're doing, 50% off delivery charges on large …That's the other deal they're doing, 50% off delivery charges on large items over £300..... that deal has already been posted



Really?? I had no idea, they certainly had no mention of it at any stage of the order process.
Shame about the weight limit, I wanted to buy a small computer desk, but although it is well within the dimensions it is over 25kg.
This is an old deal... Kind regards
malm1 h, 8 m ago

Nothing in life is free.


This is
malm03/07/2018 21:22

Nothing in life is free.




What about the air we breath? Do you pay your spouse to date you? What about your family to love you? When a shop is handing out free samples of a new product, how much do you pay then? I could continue the list, but then i might have to charge you
Edited by: "LoveABargainAlways" 3rd Jul 2018
Yes....yes... already trying to buy UK before next world cup game offering only free delivery..... not enough need to try better to give them 1 goal.
LoveABargainAlways03/07/2018 22:40

What about the air we breath? Do you pay your spouse to date you? What …What about the air we breath? Do you pay your spouse to date you? What about your family to love you? When a shop is handing out free samples of a new product, how much do you pay then? I could continue the list, but then i might have to charge you


Well, you could probably pay for a spouse...
Edited by: "jamie15" 3rd Jul 2018
jamie153rd Jul 2018

Well, you could probably pay for a spouse...



LoveABargainAlways03/07/2018 22:40

What about the air we breath? Do you pay your spouse to date you? What …What about the air we breath? Do you pay your spouse to date you? What about your family to love you? When a shop is handing out free samples of a new product, how much do you pay then? I could continue the list, but then i might have to charge you


If Apple could reinvent air or breathing as "innovation", you can bet that they would charge you for it
MarineRX17928 m ago

If Apple could reinvent air or breathing as "innovation", you can bet that …If Apple could reinvent air or breathing as "innovation", you can bet that they would charge you for it


Do you think when Apple reinvent the Air, it will come with an app that purifies the atmosphere around you
Great, never knew they offered these incentives. Thanks for sharing OP. Sure beats an horrendous car journey with ongoing motorway restrictions, walking miles around store, dodging the folk that go there for a day out, sourcing the things you would like, long queues at the end etc. Consumers usually do most of the work in any case! One gets there, browses/decides on item(s), finds location(s) around various isles, lift/place item(s) on trolley, putting on/taking off conveyer belt, navigating trolley to your car, returning your trolley, drive home, munching on Dime bars, feeling sick by the time you get home unpack, checklist, build, dispose of packaging... Said to be one of the most clever business ideas as consumers do a lot of their work!
A welcome change :-) Just hope it all works out...
14 days to notify them of a return request BTW - make sure you read the online T&Cs
sassysoapbox04/07/2018 01:16

Great, never knew they offered these incentives. Thanks for … Great, never knew they offered these incentives. Thanks for sharing OP. Sure beats an horrendous car journey with ongoing motorway restrictions, walking miles around store, dodging the folk that go there for a day out, sourcing the things you would like, long queues at the end etc. Consumers usually do most of the work in any case! One gets there, browses/decides on item(s), finds location(s) around various isles, lift/place item(s) on trolley, putting on/taking off conveyer belt, navigating trolley to your car, returning your trolley, drive home, munching on Dime bars, feeling sick by the time you get home unpack, checklist, build, dispose of packaging... Said to be one of the most clever business ideas as consumers do a lot of their work!A welcome change :-) Just hope it all works out...14 days to notify them of a return request BTW - make sure you read the online T&Cs


Nottingham store by any chance?
Avatar
deleted863095
LOL, this offer applies to nothing...
what would you get from ikea, what is
- under 25kg
- less than 150cm
- over £60
deleted86309504/07/2018 08:02

LOL, this offer applies to nothing...what would you get from ikea, what is …LOL, this offer applies to nothing...what would you get from ikea, what is - under 25kg - less than 150cm - over £60


Smart bulbs which I've been desperate to order over the last three months but haven't due to the stupid delivery charges.

EDIT: Except the lamp I want is oos ffs!
Edited by: "alexjameshaines" 4th Jul 2018
deleted86309504/07/2018 08:02

LOL, this offer applies to nothing...what would you get from ikea, what is …LOL, this offer applies to nothing...what would you get from ikea, what is - under 25kg - less than 150cm - over £60


Have you ever been to Ikea
Edited by: "OnPoint" 4th Jul 2018
I guess Ikea may have to up there game in free delivery. Even this offer is with caveats 150cm/25kg/£60 etc. when lot of companies encouraging delivery. It's matter of time Amazon will have Ikea similar department with free delivery.

Voted hot anyway
getknk04/07/2018 09:03

I guess Ikea may have to up there game in free delivery. Even this offer …I guess Ikea may have to up there game in free delivery. Even this offer is with caveats 150cm/25kg/£60 etc. when lot of companies encouraging delivery. It's matter of time Amazon will have Ikea similar department with free delivery.Voted hot anyway


I guess what IKEA are doing, with this and the larger items offer, is test the water. If their online sales increase because of it then we can look forward to free delivery or cheaper delivery after September.

My closest IKEA is 50 miles away so 100 miles in total. My car does 31mpg so it costs £17ish to go there so this is a good deal for me.
Edited by: "greencode" 4th Jul 2018
ugh, I literally just spent the weekend driving to ikea to save on shipping just for a kallax unit and one of them 5 quid tables. Well atleast I got some meatballs
Avatar
deleted863095
OnPoint3 h, 12 m ago

Have you ever been to Ikea


yes, everything i wanted was too large for my car and too heavy to carry.
online order was the option for me, sadly the delivery charges were outrageous.
this offer did not change a thing.
getknk5 h, 0 m ago

I guess Ikea may have to up there game in free delivery. Even this offer …I guess Ikea may have to up there game in free delivery. Even this offer is with caveats 150cm/25kg/£60 etc. when lot of companies encouraging delivery. It's matter of time Amazon will have Ikea similar department with free delivery.Voted hot anyway


I think Wayfair is probably trying to do that right now lol
About time. Heat
greencode04/07/2018 09:14

I guess what IKEA are doing, with this and the larger items offer, is test …I guess what IKEA are doing, with this and the larger items offer, is test the water. If their online sales increase because of it then we can look forward to free delivery or cheaper delivery after September. My closest IKEA is 50 miles away so 100 miles in total. My car does 31mpg so it costs £17ish to go there so this is a good deal for me.


Ikea are smart, whilst everyone else has been doing free delivery they have maintained the line that they are too damn cheap and you must come to one of their tedious stores and eat horrible food solely because that is cheap too.

Now they offer some bizarre delivery service which is basically "if we can be bothered to wrap your item small enough we'll deliver it for free" even though that probably applies to 1% of their catalogue and people fall over themselves with excitement.

I wish someone like Argos or B&M would do cheap furniture that isn't made of newspaper where you could drive 10 minutes, collect, out, home. However, for some reason both seem to specify their furniture to fall apart in the event of any human contact or light breeze. So we are stuck with Ikea and their infuriating way of doing everything.
Will they come and collect it for free too when I realize it won’t go together?
deleted86309504/07/2018 08:02

LOL, this offer applies to nothing...what would you get from ikea, what is …LOL, this offer applies to nothing...what would you get from ikea, what is - under 25kg - less than 150cm - over £60


Lots of meatballs.
OnPoint23 h, 12 m ago

That's the other deal they're doing, 50% off delivery charges on large …That's the other deal they're doing, 50% off delivery charges on large items over £300..... that deal has already been posted


not just large items, any order over £300 is 50% off delivery, this is online only or can be used in store when ordering for delivery though distribution!
Spoodle16 h, 33 m ago

Nottingham store by any chance?


Ha, no, Wednesbury - West Midlands, though probably applicable to most locations!
TipsyNurse4th Jul

Ikea are smart, whilst everyone else has been doing free delivery they …Ikea are smart, whilst everyone else has been doing free delivery they have maintained the line that they are too damn cheap and you must come to one of their tedious stores and eat horrible food solely because that is cheap too.Now they offer some bizarre delivery service which is basically "if we can be bothered to wrap your item small enough we'll deliver it for free" even though that probably applies to 1% of their catalogue and people fall over themselves with excitement.I wish someone like Argos or B&M would do cheap furniture that isn't made of newspaper where you could drive 10 minutes, collect, out, home. However, for some reason both seem to specify their furniture to fall apart in the event of any human contact or light breeze. So we are stuck with Ikea and their infuriating way of doing everything.


For cheap but well made furniture have a search for community/charity furniture places in your local area. They end to have a lot of sofas and beds but also wardrobes, tables, chairs, storage units, in modern style and retro, all sorts. I wouldn't personally buy a sofa or mattress but by popping in now and then when passing I have ended up with a very large mirror ('upcycled' by local artist in a hardwood frame) for £20, a small 'hall'/side table for £10 (small but oak top and ornate steel framework) and a nice ornate engraved wooden cabinet 'old church style' for £40 which is solid, heavy and also hardwood though I don't know which. The places local to me use facebook and instagram to post new arrivals. Great value and more environmentally friendly than always buying new although more effort and less choice than, say, Ikea, if you want something specific.
nice ta
malm3rd Jul

Nothing in life is free.


That's not what I heard on the nudest beach
Anyone have any ideas why this IKEA picture frame doesn't come up as half price delivery?

It's less than 150cm long. When I have three in the basket (to take it over £60 which should mean free delivery) the website still wants to charge full price.

Cheers, (or as they say in Sweden, "Cheers").
TheOnlyRick08/07/2018 11:02

Anyone have any ideas why this IKEA picture frame doesn't come up as half …Anyone have any ideas why this IKEA picture frame doesn't come up as half price delivery?It's less than 150cm long. When I have three in the basket (to take it over £60 which should mean free delivery) the website still wants to charge full price.Cheers, (or as they say in Sweden, "Cheers").


You need to look at the measurements at the bottom of the page, which are the box dimensions. For this it states 163x7x5 unfortunately.
It's coming home
greencode8th Jul

You need to look at the measurements at the bottom of the page, which are …You need to look at the measurements at the bottom of the page, which are the box dimensions. For this it states 163x7x5 unfortunately.


Thanks. (I spoke to IKEA. They also said that certain fragile things would be delivered by truck anyway (eg a glass picture frame), and truck deliveries were exempt.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text