It’s time to make your dream kitchen a reality! The IKEA Kitchen Event is dishing up some solid deals right now with huge savings on select appliances, cabinet fronts, faucets, sinks and more.
This sales event has already started and runs through March 29th. And as a bonus, the promotion is available both in-store and online. We’re taking a look at the best offers from the Ikea Kitchen Sale and letting you know how to take advantage of these deals.
How to Score the IKEA Kitchen Discount
Special thanks to Slickdealer Mr. Pute for sharing this sale on our forums!
The Best Deals From the IKEA Kitchen Sale
Let’s get cookin’. Here’s a quick overview of the best offers from the IKEA Kitchen Sale.
30% Off Cabinet Fronts
BODARP: Gray green
BODBYN: All colors: dark green, grey and off-white
RINGHULT: High-gloss white
30% Off Select Sinks
30% Off Select Interior Organizers
30% Off Select Faucets
IKEA carries several water-saving, warranty-protected faucets in a mix of finishes and styles. During the sales event you can get 30% off the entire INSJÖN family of faucets (all four models, including sensor faucets), as well as the TÄMNAREN sensor faucet.
50% Off Select AppliancesFind energy-saving, warranty-protected IKEA appliances to make your kitchen more functional and efficient so you can cook like a top chef — for less. Minus a few brand exclusions, shop the following items at half-off their regular retail prices:
10% Off Custom Quartz Countertops
Nothing spruces up the look of a kitchen quite like a new countertop. IKEA Family members can also enjoy 10% off custom quartz countertops throughout the duration of this event.
The total purchase price includes template, fabrication, installation, three faucet cutouts, limited lifetime warranty and delivery. More options are also available for an additional cost.
IKEA Kitchen Sale Shopping Tips1. Take advantage of IKEA’s Price Protection policy. As Mr. Pute explains, it’s “definitely why I chose to pull the trigger 30 days ago. If you purchase with an IKEA Family Card, you’re locked into 90 days of price protection, which allows you to seek a refund for the price difference when the sale starts. My order (163 boxes, 2009 lbs.) showed up this Monday. I’ll be heading into the store to get my cash back this weekend.”
2. Reserve what you want — even if it’s out of stock. Mr. Pute adds that “you can place a ‘reservation’ order now for what you want. That will lock in your allotment, which you will have seven days to pay for and pick up once it arrives at the store.”
Slickdealer A11enC seconds this approach. “Went there last night to pick up a dishwasher for $200. The associate said they will be getting more deliveries along the way. So if something you want is OOS, keep checking back or better yet call to ask them when’s the next delivery.”
3. Attend a kitchen workshop. IKEA stores are also offering kitchen-planning events where shoppers can receive expert advice on creating the kitchen of their dreams. Space is limited and exclusively for IKEA Family members. Workshops and hours vary by location, so be sure to check your local IKEA for more information.