Half Price Delivery (£17.50 instead of £35) at Ikea when you spend £300 or more
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Half Price Delivery (£17.50 instead of £35) at Ikea when you spend £300 or more

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Found 11th Mar
Until 09//04/18 when you spend £300 or more at Ikea.com you'll qualify for half price delivery making it £17.50 instead of £35. No voucher code required, it's applied at checkout automatically.

Full T&C...

1. When you spend £300 or more online you will receive half price truck delivery.
2. This offer is valid only between 09/03/2018 and 09/04/2018.
3. This offer applies to UK online orders only where the product(s) is over 150cm in length, weighs more than 25kg or is deemed unsuitable by IKEA for parcel delivery.
4. Parcel-only deliveries will apply to products weighing less than 25kg and are excluded from the offer.
5. The offer is not valid for additional IKEA services including Kitchen Installation, Kitchen Planning or Furniture Assembly.
6. The offer can only be used once per transaction and the offer value cannot be exchanged for cash.
7. 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.
8. IKEA reserves the right to withdraw or amend this offer as necessary due to circumstances outside our reasonable control
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i think £17.50 is still expensive
Original Poster
sofi684 m ago

i think £17.50 is still expensive


Cheaper than hiring a van and paying for fuel for most I'd imagine when ordering large items. I'd love it to be free, but this was a nice suprise when I had things to order and was expecting £35 for delivery. Other Ikea discounts seem hard to come by (unless others can share/correct me), so this seemed like a plus.
Honestly wouldn’t touch Ikea delivery with a barge pole. We have only used them twice and both times were an absolute disaster, resulting in numerous calls, emails etc. If you do decide to risk it I would strongly advise you to check every single package before the lorry departs as once they have left you stand very little chance of getting things sorted.
I’ve had two large deliveries from Ikea with no problem (one just last month) so like anything I think it can be hit and miss.

I think £35 is reasonable, my nearest is an hour away so £17.50 even better!
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i think £17.50 is still expensive
Original Poster
sofi684 m ago

i think £17.50 is still expensive


Cheaper than hiring a van and paying for fuel for most I'd imagine when ordering large items. I'd love it to be free, but this was a nice suprise when I had things to order and was expecting £35 for delivery. Other Ikea discounts seem hard to come by (unless others can share/correct me), so this seemed like a plus.
Honestly wouldn’t touch Ikea delivery with a barge pole. We have only used them twice and both times were an absolute disaster, resulting in numerous calls, emails etc. If you do decide to risk it I would strongly advise you to check every single package before the lorry departs as once they have left you stand very little chance of getting things sorted.
GandA1 h, 4 m ago

Honestly wouldn’t touch Ikea delivery with a barge pole. We have only used …Honestly wouldn’t touch Ikea delivery with a barge pole. We have only used them twice and both times were an absolute disaster, resulting in numerous calls, emails etc. If you do decide to risk it I would strongly advise you to check every single package before the lorry departs as once they have left you stand very little chance of getting things sorted.


This^^^^ just had an ikea delivery a couple of days ago and wardrobes came broken and table without the screws
I’ve had two large deliveries from Ikea with no problem (one just last month) so like anything I think it can be hit and miss.

I think £35 is reasonable, my nearest is an hour away so £17.50 even better!
Ridiculous usual price for delivery!
This for us too. Bought dinner table and bench set (£500). Came with three working legs! Requested replacement fourth leg. Three weeks later nothing arrived despite half a dozen calls.

Ended up returning table to store and bought one from John Lewis for the same price

It became a running joke; we couldn’t have people round for dinner due to the ikea ‘tablegate’ scandal

Over priced disposable furniture that doesn’t last.
Edited by: "alexc100" 11th Mar
Ikea have never *really* understood the internet shopping.
I like their products, but the online ordering & delivery process sucks.
simonspeakeasy13 m ago

Ikea have never *really* understood the internet shopping.I like their …Ikea have never *really* understood the internet shopping.I like their products, but the online ordering & delivery process sucks.


they don't want you to buy online, they rely on footfall instore and lots of extra impulse buys
Yeah, I wouldn't get anything delivered from IKEA again. Delivered by Parcelforce over two days (a day early, completely out the blue), didn't give my phone number to the driver, boxes were loosely-filled, badly-taped, battered and half-open, and cabinets were crushed on the corners (luckily at the back, but it's still not on)
Delivery prices have put me off from buying from IKEA a few times . Even this “deal” is ridiculous.
Had 3 double IKEA pax wardrobes delivered a few weeks ago and can't fault the service provided by the delivery chaps.
Very polite and professional.
Original Poster
Thanks for the comments and votes so far. I know there will have been good and bad experiences on past deliveries, this wasn't really to attract those so much, just to make anyone aware who was thinking of ordering soon anyway with delivery that they have the chance to save £17.50. Hopefully it's of use to some.
Edited by: "morgie" 12th Mar
I purchased some PAX wardrobes last week for delivery. One of the side panel was split in half upon opening the packaging. Called customer services and they were very apologetic and organised a replacement to be delivered this week. We'll see what happens.
GandA11th Mar

Honestly wouldn’t touch Ikea delivery with a barge pole. We have only used …Honestly wouldn’t touch Ikea delivery with a barge pole. We have only used them twice and both times were an absolute disaster, resulting in numerous calls, emails etc. If you do decide to risk it I would strongly advise you to check every single package before the lorry departs as once they have left you stand very little chance of getting things sorted.


Disaster I agree! For me I think they couldn't be bothered to do the job, cancelled without turning up before a bank holiday. In the end I had to pick the stuff up.
You can always push a trolley to a bus stop but the temptation to dump the said trolley at said bus stop is always there.

£35 to deliver items that sometimes can be less than £35 is ridiculous though. Espeically as this is often the delivery locally.

For example my local furniture charity shop delivers for £5 within the city radius.
Edited by: "supermann" 2nd Apr
Shame Ikea is so expensive For what you get
I've been wanting to order two chests of drawers from the Hemnes range. Both white, both a similar size, willing to pay £35 for delivery etc... but only one of the chests is available for delivery. The other is not and is available for in-store collection only. Where do they get their logic from exactly? I asked on their live chat last week and just got fobbed off with "we just don't offer delivery on this item".
Shame they charge so much for delivery
DAMMMMM! £17.50 delivery and thats half price... Absolute rip off

No wonder you never see Ikea vans driving around, would never spend £17.50 or £35.00 for that matter on delivery. I can now understand why IKEA profits in the UK has nosed dived in the last few years.
We have had 2 large deliveries this week, one due with Parcelforce tomorrow and another large delivery due on Thursday. The deliveries so far included 2 PAX wardrobes, mirror doors, Malm drawers, bedside tables, coffee table and all the bits to go inside the wardrobes. The delivery was very efficient, received a call half hour before on both and the 3 young men (the same both times) were friendly, happy to help, even wiped their feet before standing on my brand new carpets. Nothing missing or broken (yet to open doors) so 🏼 From us
I live 1+ hours away from my nearest Ikea. I’ve ordered large deliveries multiple times for stuff too big for the little hatchback and have always had positive experiences (Birmingham Wednesday branch). They arrived in their window and rang in advance. Have in past brought parcels up a flight of stairs.

I think the usual £35 is steep if you live closer by, but half price for >£300 can only get heat from me.
Edited by: "mawkeye14" 3rd Apr
Had ikea delivery twice never had a problem...1st delivery wardrobe door was broken called customer service and they arranged a new wardrobe delivery without the delivery charge...i find the wardrobes and the chest of drawer easy to put up
Very good price when you consider the alternative
The horror stories have put me right off buying from Ikea. Not seen so many complaints in a single page before. Wow.
This deal has been extended to the end of the month. Not sure how this can be updated to reflect this.
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