This Holiday Coupon Will Save You Money at Ikea

As if we needed another reason to shop there.

 Ikea Holiday Shopping Coupon

photography by IKEA


If you’ve already started your holiday shopping, chances are you’re organized enough to know where the good deals are. Here’s another can’t-miss opportunity to keep on your radar: Ikea has a holiday coupon valid now through December 24. As originally discovered by Apartment Therapy, the discount gives customers $25 off any purchase of $150 or more.

While the coupon is unfortunately only valid in US store locations and you can’t use it for gift cards, it’s still a helpful tool to keep for your next trip to Ikea given the plethora of multifunctional and long-lasting big ticket items to buy. After all, you never know when you’ll need to gift a minimalist-inspired but still uber-cozy sofa (that also converts into a bed and probably a bookcase). Right?

Ikea also has several smaller items, such as pretty mint green mini saucepans and even a wireless charging pad, that are perfect for gifting. And while they’re typically quite affordable, even the smaller pieces can easily add up to $150. Enter: The holiday coupon.

The one caveat? You’ll need to be a member of Ikea Family to take advantage of the deal.

Ikea Family is a loyalty program that’s absolutely free to join and comes with all kinds of perks. Members have access to exclusive discounts and special offers (like the chance to win a $100 Ikea gift card), can take advantage of 90 day price protection, and even get free coffee or tea at the store’s restaurant. Even if you don’t plan on using the coupon, it’s worth signing up for the perks alone.

Ready to save on your next trip to the Swedish retailer? Print the coupon here. Happy shopping.  

See more Ikea stories:
We Found 25 Perfect Ikea Kitchen Products For Under $10
12 Items You’d Never Think to Buy From Ikea
The One-Stop Shop for Your Wedding Registry? Ikea

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Published on November 16, 2017 - 3:50pm EST

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