IKEA’s Massive Online Sale Lasts Till 31 Jul 2020

When IKEA announced that they were becoming an anchor tenant at Jem in Jurong East, Westies heaved a sigh of relief.

If you can’t wait till 2021 to get your hands on IKEA merch, you’ll be pleased to know that a massive sale is ongoing right now.

Starting Monday (1 Jun), the Swedish furniture company is holding an online sale with up to 50% off across 500 items — kitchenware, furniture, storage shelves & toys included.

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While we can’t savour hearty Swedish meatballs as we move into Phase 1 yet, this is probably a good way to scratch that IKEA shopping itch while we wait.

Essential household items, all under $10

Because we’re budget like you, we’ve scouted the website for under $10 deals in the household items section.

Take these aesthetic ziplock bags at S$0.90 for 25 pieces, optimal for keeping half-eaten snacks or distributing your Circuit Bakes to your family members.

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For those still working from home during Phase 1, this $2.90 tablet stand could pique your interest.

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Or perhaps, you are one of those feeling down from all the social distancing and staying home.

Parents looking for a way to keep the kiddos occupied can consider these adorable stuffed animal companions — from a friendly mother-son Koala duo to a majestic 55cm white whale named TANDVAL for $4.90.

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You can also consider purchasing this throw blanket for only $3.90, upgrading your living room to give it a hotel room aesthetic.

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Kitchenware & equipment for Circuit Bakers

For our resident Circuit Bakers, your trusty metal tongs may be seared from overuse so it’s a good time to consider replacing cooking and baking apparatus to fuel this long-term hobby.

Those who favour IKEA’s minimalist designs can cop these kitchenware & equipment at a steal for the next two months.

Tools sets like these are a great place to start for beginner cooks — prices range from around $5 to under $15.

Our personal favourite is this muffin tin with a hand lid — which allows it to double up as a convenient carrier for bakers who want to share their goodies with others.

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Compared to its original price at $24.90, this muffin tin can be yours at $17.90.

Shelves & storage for your barang barang

Apart from replacing old tea towels and pots, you may have been trying to find time to Marie Kondo and de-clutter your homes.

These storage boxes & organisers might come in useful, when you’re clearing out your ‘exploding’ wardrobe or repacking your storerooms.

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For more large scale spring cleaning projects, you can check out alternative shelving options like a wall ledge or bookcases, now at significantly lower prices.

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Delivery fee starts from S$10

For orders weighing less than 24kg, customers can opt for the S$10 parcel delivery option. Alternatively, they also offer truck delivery at a discounted price of S$49 for bulkier items.

As we enter Phase 1, non-essential trips are still prohibited.

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Fortunately, IKEA’s mid-year sale is available online, meaning Singaporeans can still cop these items from the comfort of their homes from today (1 Jun) till 31 Jul.

Do look out for their weekly flash deals on the IKEA website. You can find the full catalog here.

Remedy for those who miss IKEA

Surely, many are missing the familiar weekend IKEA trips, $1 ice cream and delicious meatballs.

While we cannot freely enjoy their intricate room tours as of now, hopefully this online sale can feed your IKEA obsession till the grand showrooms finally reopen once more.

Featured image adapted from Google Maps.