Free Click and Collect (Save $20) until 30th June | 15% off PAX Wardrobes and Godmorgon Bathrooms (2/4-20/4) at IKEA

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Free click and collect at IKEA until April 1.

Normally $20 for purchases less than $500.
Saves getting lost in store and helps promote 'social isolation'.

Free Click & Collect does not include pick up from collection points. Looks to be from a store only.

*May be able to combine with current voucher offers:
https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/523081

(Note: voucher terms from other offer says 'in-store' purchases, unsure if this also means click and collect)

15% off PAX wardrobes and Godmorgon bathroom @ IKEA 2/4-20/4

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  • +5 votes

    Never even realised you had to pay. Any other retailers do this?

    • +5 votes

      Ikea is kinda unique imo and can't really be compared with other retailers in that aspect, people buy a lot more shit from IKEA that are a -lot- heavier than other retailers. It's free over $500 but there's no way they could ever keep up with demand if all orders were free click and collect all the time as it's meant to be self serve as part of the business model, it ties into the whole "cutting out the middleman" aspect of picking it and building it yourself so prices can be kept lower.

  • +1 vote

    Since when do you have to pay for click and collect lol? What a stupidity! I think another store does, big w, target? Forgot which one. Absolutely stupid like paying for administration fees that most are charging these days πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

    • +2 votes

      Well, delivery is like $9.
      If click and collect was free, people would go order a 49c item and then pick it up free.

      The whole purpose of ikea is that you have to literally go through just about every product if you just go in for one thing.

      Oh, it's like Woolies has a minimum order for click and collect? Maybe that's to stop someone from just ordering a dollar item.

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      Village Cinemas would, if they could find a way.
      A friend gives me a gold class voucher, which I use to book myself a session online.
      Village Cinemas says I owe them $3.25

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      Most of their stuff are huge and heavy.
      Nobody works for free. If they make C&C free they will charge you (and everyone) in other ways.

    • +1 vote

      It's free for orders over $500. It's charged because it'd be significantly harder for staff to fulfil the higher demand of orders if it were free. They can barely keep up at the moment during the busier periods.

      To put it in perspective, a normal day for our store might be 20-30 orders in a day. Apparently we're getting close to 70 at the moment because it's free.

      Another issue is storage of goods for click and collect, we only have tiny areas to store everything. Because of the nature of the items IKEA sells (large and bulky), some orders can take upwards of 3 trolleys. And sometimes people don't pick up their orders when they're supposed to, so we have stock just sitting there for weeks just taking up space. It's difficult logistically as well if that $20 fee isn't there.

  • +5 votes

    The gastrointestinal reaction I have from their meatballs also helps promote 'social isolation'.

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    lol @ click and collect fee.

    It's pretty much a fee to shop there. Or free to shop there youserlf :S

    confused? yea. me too

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    Could be handy, cheers

  • +1 vote

    quite handy when you order quite a bit of furniture, saves going through the various aisles and lugging it all onto a trolley

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    Combine with current voucher offers:

    According to that other offer, it only applies for in-store purchases. I'm not sure if Click & Collect qualifies as "in-store"?

  • +1 vote

    Not sure why these posts have been combined as they are independent offers which don't even share a common valid date?

    Can't expire the first offer until almost 3 weeks after it finishes.

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    Does anyone know if you get a receipt? I need it for the free parking.

  • +2 votes

    Get it delivered #stayhome

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    Been waiting for the pax yearly discount. Disappointed it's not 20% like previous years

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      Damn, just bought 2500 worth of Pax for garage, any way to benefit from current discount?

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        The hard slog. Purchase it all again with discount. Then walk to return desk and old receipt and return it all.

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          Paid $69 for delivery as the total weight was 550kg. Not worth the hassle to arrange taking those back, pay another $69 for delivery to save $200. Just gotta cop it on the chin :-|

          • +1 vote

            @haji: why another delivery? you go to the store's warehouse, put same boxes on the trolley, pay and walk straight to the return desk but show them the old receipt. boxes do not have serial numbers.

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              @aik: Thanks, sounds good but the weight was actually 750kg, 54 items in total. The time needed to drive to Richmond (40 mins), find all the parts, load them would not be worth the saving.

              Only thing I can try is price protection and get some refund or even store credit will do. Will call them again.

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                @haji: you can still pick just a few but most expensive and lightest of 54 items, do not have to be too greedy :)

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        ahh nice i was thinking of buying some ikea cupboards etc for garage storage didnt think of the pax warddrobe range TBH

      • +1 vote

        I remember I've heard something about 90 day price protection if you've signed up as an Ikea family member. Had a quick look online at the benefits now and don't see it mentioned, but a quick Google finds some discussion on it. Not sure if it's maybe just overseas or a discontinued benefit. Probably worth giving them a call to find out if it's available.

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          Looks like it's US Policy only, gave local IKEA a call and she said she doesn't know anything about it. Will try again.

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    Has the $10 voucher for joining Ikea Family deal ended?

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