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Our Favourite Hidden Things On IKEA’s Website

April 23, 2018 1 comment

Our Favourite Hidden Things On IKEA’s Website

Assembly videos

Check out the official IKEA assembly video page for visual guides to a few of their more popular items, including the HEMNES desk and the MASKROS pendant lamp. Also you can call IKEA and a real person will help you with directions on how to put something together. We called and within minutes it was explained to us!

Stock checker

You can check whether or not your local store has the item you’re shopping for by simply choosing your location on its product page or by entering the article name and location into IKEA’s stock check search engine.

A registration page for children’s products

Did you know that anytime you buy a children’s product from IKEA, you can register online to be informed of a recall or any other alerts regarding that item? It literally takes two seconds and guarantees that you’ll be the first to know if any safety-related issues arise with the product.

Design planning

The IKEA Home Planner lets you plan and design your dream kitchen, bathroom or your office on their website, then print it out and bring it your local store to easily execute.

Assembly instructions

If you lose your instructions, or want to refer back to them. Check out the bottom of the product’s page, where you can find a downloadable PDF with assembly instructions. So you’ll never have to fret over how to put together anything again.

IKEA loyalty program

The retailer’s loyalty program offers everything. From 90-day price protection to exclusive product discounts for members, and it’s totally free of charge to sign up for. Did we mention members also get free coffee or tea at the IKEA restaurant just for joining?

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