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15% off Besta Storage Solutions @ IKEA

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Spotted the pre-sale sign at IKEA Logan and confirmed it with their staff.

15% off Besta Storage is a good deal—we’ve got two floating Besta cabinets and can highly recommend them.

Sale starts 14th May and finishes 1st June.

https://imgur.com/a/qrMqVK5

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  • +1 vote

    Where are they made?

    • +9 votes

      In a factory

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        He doesn't lie

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      China (95%)
      Estonia does the lacquered paint.

  • +1 vote

    is travelling 35kms to the closest ikea considered essential travel?

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      It is for buying a desk for your home office. 😏

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        I don't think cops would be too impressed if I said that. Has anyone had any issues travelling long distances for 'essential' travel?

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          not once. never seen a roadblock, never seen anyone pulled over.

          The cops are targeting people who are being (profanity) and blatantly or aggressively defying laws, not just cars driving down a street.

    • +3 votes

      I heard a lawyer arguing that since essential business is allowed to operate, it can be argued that any store thats open could concievably be thought of as essential.

      I for one am getting sick of sitting on the floor, and am considering a table or a couch. And my IKEA is 50kMS away. My back cant handle Much more $20 office chair as my only furniture besides my bed and small computer desk.

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        MasterScythe, which state are you in? I hope it's okay to mention a different product to what's been promoted here. Just got a Nik Desk (www.nikdesk.com.au) from www.thesoho.com.au (which is Sydney based) and we are pretty happy with it.

        The other desk we are looking at is an IKEA one that combines their Alex drawers with a table top. They have different sizes but this is the one we are considering:

        https://www.ikea.com/au/en/p/linnmon-alex-table-black-brown-...

        If you need to get a desk, I doubt police will stop you.

        Also, look at gumtree to see if anyone close buy is selling a desk for a good price or even giving it away for free (we got some free stuff years ago which were pretty expensive items if you were to buy it from the shops).

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      According to the PM, anyone with a job is an essential worker, so you're supporting an essential business.
      Anyway, who's to say that you're not buying furniture or stationary for some essential home schooling?
      I've even done some essential sightseeing as mental self 'care' to stop myself going crazy stuck at home.

    • +1 vote

      [NSW Police Commissioner] Fuller was recently asked about the hallowed weekend tradition of going to IKEA. Is "buying a bedspread" a valid reason to be out and about? "No it's not," he said. "Do you really need to go to IKEA to buy a bedspread? I mean, really."

      Fuller was then dutifully asked why IKEA remains open if its goods and services are superfluous. He said it was good for the economy and jobs, but acknowledged that if 4000 people were to decide they urgently needed a Swedish bedspread, the police would probably have to shut the joint down.

      https://www.smh.com.au/national/nsw/is-that-really-essential...

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      As long as you buy a puzzle for the kids

  • +3 votes

    Have you guys not seen the roads, the shops, especially Ikea, Bunnings etc. They are not too far off business as usual here in Adelaide, but obviously observing social distancing etc. I'm sure the reason places like Bunnings and Ikea are open is to allow people to keep busy and perhaps improve their lives and/or homes during this tough period, to keep peoples mind off things and also give a sense of worth and achievement rather than feel like all this time is wasted.

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    I work 4 hours away north from where I live in Brisbane. 10 days on, 4 off. Have not seen cops on Bruce highway pulling people over.