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IKEA Kitchen Event: Get Up to 20% of Your Kitchen Purchase Back in Gift Cards Until November 11

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IKEA Kitchen Event: Get Up to 20% of Your Kitchen Purchase Back in Gift Cards Until November 11

Build your dream kitchen this fall at IKEA, because their Kitchen Event is back and you can get up to 20% of your kitchen purchase back in IKEA gift cards!

Your gift card rebate will vary depending on how many appliances are included with your purchase, with a minimum order threshold of $1000.00. We've listed the qualifying amounts below.
  • Get 10% back in IKEA gift cards on your entire kitchen purchase
  • Get 20% back in IKEA gift cards on your kitchen purchase with 3 or more appliances
Eligible product categories include pre-cut and custom countertops, appliances, sinks, faucets, knobs/handles, free-standing kitchen islands, interior fittings and ANSLUTA/OMLOPP/STRÖMLINJE kitchen lighting. There are some restrictions, as the LUFTIG Vented Extractor Fan, TILLREDA Portable Induction Cooktop, delivery fees, measuring, planning and installation services are excluded.

The IKEA Kitchen Event is effective until November 11 online, in IKEA stores and at Pick-up and Order Points. Online orders will receive gift cards via email within seven business days, while in-store orders will receive gift cards at checkout.

Before you shop, read our guide with tips on how to shop at IKEA like a pro!
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May 1, 2011
1927 posts
Do NOT ever buy the quartz countertops from IKEA if you are in Halifax, NS or Alberta. I dont know who the installers are for other provinces. Stay as far away as you can. Go somewhere else, anywhere else, EXCEPT for Jade Stone. They are the subtrade that does the installs for IKEA. They are the most incompetent people I have ever met. Their CAD drawings are out 1/4" and more and their attitude is the worst I have dealt with in a long time. IKEA will not step in and back the purchase. You are on your own and they have no reason to do the job right as they think they have you hostage with your money. But the best thing to do is vote with reviews and avoid them, definitely it will cost you,


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