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IKEA (in-Store): 5% Cashback (Minimum Spend $150, Cashback Capped at $10) @ Cashrewards


Enjoy :)

Special Terms

  • A minimum spend of $150 in a single transaction is required to be eligible for Cashback.
  • Cashback is only eligible for in-store purchases.
  • Cashback is ineligible if using Click and Collect.
  • Ensure you 'Tap' or select 'Credit' at payment. Choosing 'Savings' or 'Cheque' will make the transaction ineligible for Cashback.
  • Cashback is limited to one single transaction per Cashrewards account within the offer period (offer ends on 12/02/2020 11:59 PM AEDT). Any subsequent transactions may track to your account but will be declined at a later date. Cashback is capped at $10.

In-store Cashback in three easy steps

  1. Link your Visa or Mastercard
    Link your Visa/Mastercard credit or debit card to your Cashrewards account.
  2. Shop in-store
    At participating stores with your linked cards.
  3. Get paid
    Earn Cashback into your bank or PayPal account.

Referral Links

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$5 for both referee and referrer, after referee makes $20 purchase

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  • +10 votes

    Max cashback $10, caps out at $200 purchase effectively. Still $10 is better than nothing.

  • +2 votes

    Sign up and get $10 (IKEA)


    God damnit i just spent $300 at Ikea last night haha

  • +3 votes

    No more cheap LADDA. HArd to justify going through that maze.


      They have renovated their stores to now include shortcuts to the marketplace portion, skipping the showrooms completely.

      • +1 vote

        there was always shortcuts.

        But no other exit than the registers at the end. At Springvale you have to go downstairs through a second maze, and then the warehouse, and then you can leave.

        If you just entered the store, and want to exit again… there's no other way out that I can see than to go through the entire complex.


          Ah, must be a Springvale-only thing. At Richmond, they changed it recently to open an entry point right next to the exit, which is also next to the flat-pack furniture aisles and the preceding marketplace portion.

          Bit of a bummer it's not a universal thing yet.


            @silverrat23: Springvale recently allowed you to enter via the exit also. If you know what you're getting and it's located in the warehouse section near the registers, you can get to it quickly.

            But if you wanted to quickly browse something near the entry point and decide nothing interests you, there's no quick way out. You have to go all the way through the entire store. What they could have done is had an exit at the same point as the entrance with staff to check you aren't stealing anything. Big W and Target have such a person at the entrance/exit at all times, as does JB and sometimes TGG. This way you can exit the same way you entered and don't have to go through the maze.


    What about when shopback wants me to link my credit card as well… this is going to get confusing. RACQ already does this for restaurants


    Crap.. Spent $350 ish this morning at IKEA and just saw this 😢. Looks like my card was not linked yet

    But it's only $10 max anyway?


    it's getting annoying. if loyalty cards and fflyer wasnt enough, now more hoops to jump thru