IKEA is a popular destination for inexpensive furniture, but you can save even more with special IKEA discounts, coupons and savings techniques. You can get IKEA coupons online, via email, or right in the store.
Get on the Email List
IKEA relies heavily on email marketing, so you can sign up to automatically receive special offers, discounts and coupons via email. The company offers a registration form on its website. As of July 2015, the form only requires your name and email address to begin receiving coupons. You can also use the email signup form to register for other money-saving programs with no additional action necessary.
Join the IKEA Family Program
IKEA Family members receive special offers in addition to the routine email coupons. These special offers include coupons for furniture, accessories and services, but also include extra perks like free meals for kids on Tuesdays, complimentary breakfast on Monday mornings and a free cup of coffee or tea from the IKEA restaurant anytime.
You can sign up for the IKEA Family program for free right on the IKEA website, or you can register and instantly receive your Family ID card at kiosks located in your local IKEA store.
Get Coupons for Moving
IKEA knows that you will likely need new furniture or accessories when you move, so the chain offers incentives to ensure you get these necessities from its stores. If you plan to move soon, visit the IKEA Big Move page to register for a free $25 coupon. This coupon requires a minimum purchase of $250 as of July 2015, but allows for a convenient savings opportunity at a time when you’re likely spending money on other necessities like moving supplies, movers and utility deposits.
The IKEA Moving coupon registration form will ask for a considerable amount of information, including your current address, new address and mobile telephone number. Once you register, the company will offer moving assistance, tips and reminders via email and text message. You can unsubscribe or cancel at any time.
Check the Mail
If an IKEA store has recently opened or will soon open in your area, keep an eye on your mailbox for catalogs and special coupons. IKEA routinely sends postal mail to local residents and businesses when it opens a new store, and you could receive a variety of coupons as a kind of reverse welcome gift. These coupons vary from location to location, but might include savings on furniture, accessories, packaged food or restaurant items.
You can still save at IKEA even if you do not have a coupon. Each store offers an “As-Is” room stocked with returned, damaged and discontinued items. You can often find fully assembled furniture available at discounts in this room. You can also save money on your IKEA visit by checking the restaurant for unadvertised specials that may be unique to your location.