Ikea - One off £35 delivery charge?
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Ikea - One off £35 delivery charge?

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Found 27th Dec 2011
I know Ikea has a ridiculous delivery charge, to my address its £35. The last time i visited the website to order some drawers, the delivery price changed each time i added another item. But for some reason right now, it seems like whether i order 1 item or 100 items, the delivery price to my address is still £35. Might be useful to someone who wishes to order more than one item.

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35 quid, where in Antarctica do you live?

It was £35 when I ordered a complete kitchen years ago.

yeh they use DHL

Why would anyone would want to buy their crap anyway

pushkin2000

Why would anyone would want to buy their crap anyway


Because much of it's extremely well designed, perfectly well made, and sold at a fraction of the price you'd pay anywhere else. Find me a better value shelving system than Expedit, for example, and I'll eat my legs.

You just need to know what you're looking for, and do a bit of basic research before you buy major items.

I use UPS at my work. If a customer is in an 'extended area' (which UPS decides) then the customer can be paying up to £40. oO

Bargain if you are having a kitchen delivered like I had. Next day delivery it was too!

Newbold

Because much of it's extremely well designed, perfectly well made, and … Because much of it's extremely well designed, perfectly well made, and sold at a fraction of the price you'd pay anywhere else. Find me a better value shelving system than Expedit, for example, and I'll eat my legs.You just need to know what you're looking for, and do a bit of basic research before you buy major items.



Well said, once upon a time Ikea was always a little too weird design wise for me, but nowadays they have a great choice of quality products. Defo better than a lot of other retailers that's for sure.

Edited by: "Dave" 27th Dec 2011

It's always been £35 per order where I live (Devon), unless you're buying something very small and lightweight (e.g drawer inserts), when it's £7.99 for a normal courier.
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