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IKEA Home Delivery - £3.95 with IKEA Family Membership

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Refreshed 17th Mar (Posted 24th Feb)Edited by:"naffthedesimundaa"

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Simply join IKEA Family (it's free) and when you checkout, enter you membership number as a promo code and delivery will be reduced to £3.95

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getknk25/02/2019 19:18

I'm I the only odd man out who is not a fan of IKEA? Going and getting out …I'm I the only odd man out who is not a fan of IKEA? Going and getting out of IKEA is the worst experience ever in ma life


No it is rubbish. The only plus is they look after your kid for 45 minutes so you don't get bugged to buy the £1.50 FÜDSCREW OR the £4 DEADPLASTICSMOLPLANTËN.

The worst part is all the people looking as if they are having the time of their life looking through the stupid showroom which, despite the promised shortcuts, you have to walk around the whole sodding thing.

You then of course have to queue for 30mins to have some terrible school dinner food but act as if the horrible meatballs are great value because you are "IKEA family" and so get a free cup of tea.

Its the shop that should really offer click and collect so you can browse through all their stupidly named furniture at home with a few glasses of wine to control your annoyance. But no, they come from Sweden, a country which views collective suffering as an inherently pleasurable activity.

None of the stuff fits in your car, so you have to have most of it pushed between the front seats and leaning on the dashboard, which means you can only use three gears. Then, when you get home and feel like you never want to see MDF again, you realise that all the furniture comes not with intelligible instructions, but with dozens of diagrams, each one showing forty tiny screws and complicated lines about where they need to go.

You swear lots and swear you will never buy anything from IKEA again. But then you go back six months later because your wife has seen a FÖKTHAT sofa that you can get anywhere else. And so the cycle continues...
Edited by: "TipsyNurse" 25th Feb
If it is for small items only, £3.95 is their normal charge for non-members, so I cannot see any advantages for the members (talking about delivery only, i know there are some other advantages).

ikea.com/gb/…ry/
Edited by: "sheffield788" 24th Feb
2 Stig Chairs less than 10kg - Delivery £9.95
1 Stig Chair less than 5 kg - Delivery £3.95

Cheaper to do 2 separate orders for 1 chair than 1 single order for 2 chairs 😡
Why has this gone so hot? £3.95 is the normal small item delivery price, nothing to do with family cards
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below 25kg I think?

so most furniture is excluded.
Very useful!!
If it is for small items only, £3.95 is their normal charge for non-members, so I cannot see any advantages for the members (talking about delivery only, i know there are some other advantages).

ikea.com/gb/…ry/
Edited by: "sheffield788" 24th Feb
It’s been this price for a good several months for small items. They recently changed it so if you put your membership card in online you can get selected Ikea family offers online for the discounts they do, and it covers the transport of your products like when you buy instore
no reduced delviery code for anything when i checked out with my family card
I was trying a desk that came to under 10kg weight. £9.95. Just the cheapest 6 pound table top and 2.50 per table leg.

I guess it is for non furniture items only under 25kg? I didn't try with small items.
Edited by: "Yogi4L" 25th Feb
Boo we want free delivery
Don't you just get half price meatballs ?
Sadly that doesn't mean the slim & tall billy bookcase qualifies (26.5kg) ..drat, now i'll have to eat one of their delicious breakfasts
nowhere to type in the promo code
2 Stig Chairs less than 10kg - Delivery £9.95
1 Stig Chair less than 5 kg - Delivery £3.95

Cheaper to do 2 separate orders for 1 chair than 1 single order for 2 chairs 😡
Where is the code typed in
The new north Greenwich ikea are knocking £20 off delivery up to 6th April if you prove you travelled there via a sustainable method.
I would not suggest ikea for home delivery check out the reviews on trust pilot, I have had issues with them their customer services are clueless. Rather just pick it up in store
This is how it is with their delivery for several months now...
CallOfTheIdiots1 h, 6 m ago

I would not suggest ikea for home delivery check out the reviews on trust …I would not suggest ikea for home delivery check out the reviews on trust pilot, I have had issues with them their customer services are clueless. Rather just pick it up in store


Total disgrace when it comes to the Home Delivery. Ordered sofas in November 2018 & delivery failed 17 times in a row. Had to involve bank for a dispute in February 2019. Still waiting for my money.
Edited by: "GrabTheDeal" 25th Feb
Ordered £1300 worth of furniture last year, came on time as expected, no problems at all. Everything was brought in the house and put where i asked despite it being around 35 boxes
I'd like to order a dressing table for £70 but the £39 delivery charge is putting me off. That's the total price going up more than 50% Just for a minute when I saw this post I thought IKEA would start reasonable delivery charges.
Am I the only odd man out who is not a fan of IKEA? Going and getting out of IKEA is the worst experience ever in ma life
Edited by: "getknk" 26th Feb
marlene1746 m ago

I'd like to order a dressing table for £70 but the £39 delivery charge is p …I'd like to order a dressing table for £70 but the £39 delivery charge is putting me off. That's the total price going up more than 50% Just for a minute when I saw this post I thought IKEA would start reasonable delivery charges.


The new North Greenwich store are offering delivery discounts until 6th April.
getknk25/02/2019 19:18

I'm I the only odd man out who is not a fan of IKEA? Going and getting out …I'm I the only odd man out who is not a fan of IKEA? Going and getting out of IKEA is the worst experience ever in ma life


No it is rubbish. The only plus is they look after your kid for 45 minutes so you don't get bugged to buy the £1.50 FÜDSCREW OR the £4 DEADPLASTICSMOLPLANTËN.

The worst part is all the people looking as if they are having the time of their life looking through the stupid showroom which, despite the promised shortcuts, you have to walk around the whole sodding thing.

You then of course have to queue for 30mins to have some terrible school dinner food but act as if the horrible meatballs are great value because you are "IKEA family" and so get a free cup of tea.

Its the shop that should really offer click and collect so you can browse through all their stupidly named furniture at home with a few glasses of wine to control your annoyance. But no, they come from Sweden, a country which views collective suffering as an inherently pleasurable activity.

None of the stuff fits in your car, so you have to have most of it pushed between the front seats and leaning on the dashboard, which means you can only use three gears. Then, when you get home and feel like you never want to see MDF again, you realise that all the furniture comes not with intelligible instructions, but with dozens of diagrams, each one showing forty tiny screws and complicated lines about where they need to go.

You swear lots and swear you will never buy anything from IKEA again. But then you go back six months later because your wife has seen a FÖKTHAT sofa that you can get anywhere else. And so the cycle continues...
Edited by: "TipsyNurse" 25th Feb
Why has this gone so hot? £3.95 is the normal small item delivery price, nothing to do with family cards
hoarhouse4 h, 40 m ago

The new north Greenwich ikea are knocking £20 off delivery up to 6th April …The new north Greenwich ikea are knocking £20 off delivery up to 6th April if you prove you travelled there via a sustainable method.


I’ll take my horse . Make sure he has plenty of numbers 2’s outside
Be careful ordering sofas and chairs from the bargain corner as some can be taken apart but it's not obvious.

The delivery drivers will refuse to take anything from the bargain corner up stairs that hasn't been taken apart in store.
TipsyNurse6 m ago

No it is rubbish. The only plus is they look after your kid for 45 minutes …No it is rubbish. The only plus is they look after your kid for 45 minutes so you don't get bugged to buy the £1.50 FÜDSCREW OR the £4 DEADPLASTICSMOLPLANTËN.The worst part is all the people looking as if they are having the time of their life looking through the stupid showroom which, despite the promised shortcuts, you have to walk around the whole sodding thing.You then of course have to queue for 30mins to have some terrible school dinner food but act as if the horrible meatballs are great value because you are "IKEA family" and so get a free cup of tea.Its the shop that should really offer click and collect so you can browse through all their stupidly named furniture at home with a few glasses of wine to control your annoyance. But no, they come from Sweden, a country which views collective suffering as an inherently pleasurable activity.None of the stuff fits in your car, so you have to have most of it pushed between the front seats and leaning on the dashboard, which means you can only use three gears. Then, when you get home and feel like you never want to see MDF again, you realise that all the furniture comes not with intelligible instructions, but with dozens of diagrams, each one showing forty tiny screws and complicated lines about where they need to go.You swear lots and swear you will never buy anything from IKEA again. But then you go back six months later because your wife has seen a FÖKTHAT sofa that you can get anywhere else. And so the cycle continues...


There are shortcuts, there are doors between sections on each floor, it's just no obvious. They're normally white swing doors.
TipsyNurse23 m ago

No it is rubbish. The only plus is they look after your kid for 45 minutes …No it is rubbish. The only plus is they look after your kid for 45 minutes so you don't get bugged to buy the £1.50 FÜDSCREW OR the £4 DEADPLASTICSMOLPLANTËN.The worst part is all the people looking as if they are having the time of their life looking through the stupid showroom which, despite the promised shortcuts, you have to walk around the whole sodding thing.You then of course have to queue for 30mins to have some terrible school dinner food but act as if the horrible meatballs are great value because you are "IKEA family" and so get a free cup of tea.Its the shop that should really offer click and collect so you can browse through all their stupidly named furniture at home with a few glasses of wine to control your annoyance. But no, they come from Sweden, a country which views collective suffering as an inherently pleasurable activity.None of the stuff fits in your car, so you have to have most of it pushed between the front seats and leaning on the dashboard, which means you can only use three gears. Then, when you get home and feel like you never want to see MDF again, you realise that all the furniture comes not with intelligible instructions, but with dozens of diagrams, each one showing forty tiny screws and complicated lines about where they need to go.You swear lots and swear you will never buy anything from IKEA again. But then you go back six months later because your wife has seen a FÖKTHAT sofa that you can get anywhere else. And so the cycle continues...




All very true...My OH decided that after the last trip he's now settled on his FÖKTHAT sofa and I now go with a friend who loves an IKEA day out instead!
Edited by: "Kookykat" 25th Feb
sheffield78824/02/2019 22:14

If it is for small items only, £3.95 is their normal charge for …If it is for small items only, £3.95 is their normal charge for non-members, so I cannot see any advantages for the members (talking about delivery only, i know there are some other advantages).https://www.ikea.com/gb/en/customer-service/services-at-ikea/home-delivery/


So...this nearly 1000 heat deal isn't a deal in any way? Classic HUKD.
marlene1725/02/2019 18:52

I'd like to order a dressing table for £70 but the £39 delivery charge is p …I'd like to order a dressing table for £70 but the £39 delivery charge is putting me off. That's the total price going up more than 50% Just for a minute when I saw this post I thought IKEA would start reasonable delivery charges.


I feel they would boost sales dramatically if they offered sensible delivery charges, but maybe I just don't know business
herrbz10 m ago

I feel they would boost sales dramatically if they offered sensible …I feel they would boost sales dramatically if they offered sensible delivery charges, but maybe I just don't know business


It's really annoying as people who live alone effectively end up subsidising slumlords and the like who buy tonnes of stuff.

But I guess you could make an argument the other way.
herrbz17 m ago

So...this nearly 1000 heat deal isn't a deal in any way? Classic HUKD.


Same here, I could not believe this reached nearly 1000 heat. It seems a reminder or making others aware of the obvious can get you votes. I did not know about the delivery charge either, I visited Ikea twice last week and this is how I found out how much they charge.
I agree they will boost sales if they offer sensible delivery charges, we wanted to get a guest bed, quite flimsy, 30 kg in total over 3 boxes. They charge £3.95 to £9.95 depending of the size of the item, obviously I was expecting us to pay £9.95. Instead, the item was classed large, 2 men delivery (10kg each box), so £39. I will look elsewhere, not willing to pay £40 for delivery when the item costs £200.
TipsyNurse5 h, 18 m ago

No it is rubbish. The only plus is they look after your kid for 45 minutes …No it is rubbish. The only plus is they look after your kid for 45 minutes so you don't get bugged to buy the £1.50 FÜDSCREW OR the £4 DEADPLASTICSMOLPLANTËN.The worst part is all the people looking as if they are having the time of their life looking through the stupid showroom which, despite the promised shortcuts, you have to walk around the whole sodding thing.You then of course have to queue for 30mins to have some terrible school dinner food but act as if the horrible meatballs are great value because you are "IKEA family" and so get a free cup of tea.Its the shop that should really offer click and collect so you can browse through all their stupidly named furniture at home with a few glasses of wine to control your annoyance. But no, they come from Sweden, a country which views collective suffering as an inherently pleasurable activity.None of the stuff fits in your car, so you have to have most of it pushed between the front seats and leaning on the dashboard, which means you can only use three gears. Then, when you get home and feel like you never want to see MDF again, you realise that all the furniture comes not with intelligible instructions, but with dozens of diagrams, each one showing forty tiny screws and complicated lines about where they need to go.You swear lots and swear you will never buy anything from IKEA again. But then you go back six months later because your wife has seen a FÖKTHAT sofa that you can get anywhere else. And so the cycle continues...



Hahaha quality mate
Edited by: "cyclops" 26th Feb
We have one of those click and collect stores, completely pointless as you still have to pay a delivery charge to the store. Might as well get it delivered to your home as it's the same price.
Last time I checked it was £3.95 with or without Ikea family
TipsyNurse9 h, 22 m ago

No it is rubbish. The only plus is they look after your kid for 45 minutes …No it is rubbish. The only plus is they look after your kid for 45 minutes so you don't get bugged to buy the £1.50 FÜDSCREW OR the £4 DEADPLASTICSMOLPLANTËN.The worst part is all the people looking as if they are having the time of their life looking through the stupid showroom which, despite the promised shortcuts, you have to walk around the whole sodding thing.You then of course have to queue for 30mins to have some terrible school dinner food but act as if the horrible meatballs are great value because you are "IKEA family" and so get a free cup of tea.Its the shop that should really offer click and collect so you can browse through all their stupidly named furniture at home with a few glasses of wine to control your annoyance. But no, they come from Sweden, a country which views collective suffering as an inherently pleasurable activity.None of the stuff fits in your car, so you have to have most of it pushed between the front seats and leaning on the dashboard, which means you can only use three gears. Then, when you get home and feel like you never want to see MDF again, you realise that all the furniture comes not with intelligible instructions, but with dozens of diagrams, each one showing forty tiny screws and complicated lines about where they need to go.You swear lots and swear you will never buy anything from IKEA again. But then you go back six months later because your wife has seen a FÖKTHAT sofa that you can get anywhere else. And so the cycle continues...


Lol mate. Same feeling here
Costs more for delivery of a bookcase than the bookcase costs.....

Get real IKEA.
I've been using Wayfair a long while, had more furniture from them than IKEA. They're really a drop shipping operation with numerous suppliers hidden behind one payment and delivery system. With a minority of problem orders, returns/refunds have been immediate. Point is, delivery charges are near free. I guess the money they save from not having physical showrooms allows this model.

I could write a list of what IKEA could do to improve its pick and collect system...
Edited by: "harrythefish" 26th Feb
TipsyNurse25/02/2019 21:20

No it is rubbish. The only plus is they look after your kid for 45 minutes …No it is rubbish. The only plus is they look after your kid for 45 minutes so you don't get bugged to buy the £1.50 FÜDSCREW OR the £4 DEADPLASTICSMOLPLANTËN.The worst part is all the people looking as if they are having the time of their life looking through the stupid showroom which, despite the promised shortcuts, you have to walk around the whole sodding thing.You then of course have to queue for 30mins to have some terrible school dinner food but act as if the horrible meatballs are great value because you are "IKEA family" and so get a free cup of tea.Its the shop that should really offer click and collect so you can browse through all their stupidly named furniture at home with a few glasses of wine to control your annoyance. But no, they come from Sweden, a country which views collective suffering as an inherently pleasurable activity.None of the stuff fits in your car, so you have to have most of it pushed between the front seats and leaning on the dashboard, which means you can only use three gears. Then, when you get home and feel like you never want to see MDF again, you realise that all the furniture comes not with intelligible instructions, but with dozens of diagrams, each one showing forty tiny screws and complicated lines about where they need to go.You swear lots and swear you will never buy anything from IKEA again. But then you go back six months later because your wife has seen a FÖKTHAT sofa that you can get anywhere else. And so the cycle continues...


Being this bitter about a shop what did IKEA do to you and your family? It's a shop that sells furniture and house hold items that offers free facilities to try to make peoples lives easier and food (which isn't terrible) at an affordable cost. Your life must be a struggle every day for you to hate a retail store that much 😬
xPEERLESSx1 h, 18 m ago

Being this bitter about a shop what did IKEA do to you and your …Being this bitter about a shop what did IKEA do to you and your family? It's a shop that sells furniture and house hold items that offers free facilities to try to make peoples lives easier and food (which isn't terrible) at an affordable cost. Your life must be a struggle every day for you to hate a retail store that much 😬


Bitter and dry are totally different. But being dry about being bitter is absolutely hilarious.
xPEERLESSx7 h, 31 m ago

Being this bitter about a shop what did IKEA do to you and your …Being this bitter about a shop what did IKEA do to you and your family? It's a shop that sells furniture and house hold items that offers free facilities to try to make peoples lives easier and food (which isn't terrible) at an affordable cost. Your life must be a struggle every day for you to hate a retail store that much 😬


IKEA killed my brother, and the table my sister brought wasn't quite the right shade of white when she got it home.

She got a refund and it turned out my brother wasn't dead at all, but that isn't the point.
If u go ikea once a day, u can lose your beer belly
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