IKEA IKEA Kitchen Event: Get Up to 20% Back on Gift Cards with a Kitchen Purchase Up to 20% Back on Gift Cards with Kitchen Purchase

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It's renovation season, so head to IKEA for their Kitchen Event, where you can get up to 20% of your purchase back in IKEA gift cards with eligible kitchen purchases of $1000.00 or more! You can also view the flyer for this event here on RedFlagDeals.

Almost everything in IKEA's kitchen department is eligible and your gift card credit depends on what you order.

  • Get 10% back in IKEA gift cards on your kitchen purchase
  • Get 15% back in IKEA gift cards on your kitchen purchase with one or two appliances
  • Get 20% back in IKEA gift cards on your kitchen purchase with three or more appliances

A minimum order of $1000.00 before taxes is required to qualify for the gift card credit. The offer includes free-standing kitchen islands, carts, pre-cut and custom countertops, appliances, sinks, faucets, knobs, handles, interior fittings and UTRUSTA/OMLOPP/ANSLUTA kitchen lighting. Delivery, measuring, planning and installation fees, previous purchases and items sold from the As-is department are excluded. Thee gift cards are valid on future purchases only.

The IKEA Kitchen Event is effective until August 14 online, in IKEA stores and at Pick-up and Order or Collection Points. Gift cards will be mailed within 7-10 business days for online orders. Before you shop, be sure to read our guide with tips on how to shop at IKEA like a pro!

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    • Thanks, I was waiting for this too. I live in a condo and my kitchen is small but it still has the original/ugly melamine cabinets. I want to redo the whole thing, counters included. I've already ripped the crappy linoleum floor and bought ceramic tiles.

      That said, if anyone has preparation tips (do you just measure? take pics? videos?) before actually going to IKEA, it would be appreciated.
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    • I've been looking at IKEA cabinets as well. My new apt is newer but I just hate the cabinet fronts. I dont really want to spend a lot. I'm wondering if anyone has had any success or experience retrofitting non-ikea euro style cabinets with the IKEA hinges/dampeners/door fronts? It would cut my costs by a lot.
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    • JustBob wrote:
      Jul 4th, 2017 4:47 pm
      Thanks, I was waiting for this too. I live in a condo and my kitchen is small but it still has the original/ugly melamine cabinets. I want to redo the whole thing, counters included. I've already ripped the crappy linoleum floor and bought ceramic tiles.

      That said, if anyone has preparation tips (do you just measure? take pics? videos?) before actually going to IKEA, it would be appreciated.
      Ikea has some services available. You can pay them to come to your home and measure/design it for you. There is also a 2 hour consulting service for like $150 or something.
      I recommend just measuring your kitchen yourself and using the IKEA Kitchen Planner website.
      Just ensure you use the correct measurements and play around with the website. The website will compile the material list and pricing. When you are ready you just take your plan to Ikea and have someone look over it before confirming the purchase.
      Countertops are priced well also and includes measurement /installation from Ikea. You may need to go in store to look at the various options
      Lastly, Ikea has some booklets that are helpful that lists all of the materials, cabinets, handles, faucets, sinks, fronts, finishes, etc that is very helpful with planning
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    • pleebent wrote:
      Jul 4th, 2017 5:09 pm
      Ikea has some services available. You can pay them to come to your home and measure/design it for you. There is also a 2 hour consulting service for like $150 or something.
      I recommend just measuring your kitchen yourself and using the IKEA Kitchen Planner website.
      Just ensure you use the correct measurements and play around with the website. The website will compile the material list and pricing. When you are ready you just take your plan to Ikea and have someone look over it before confirming the purchase.
      Countertops are priced well also and includes measurement /installation from Ikea. You may need to go in store to look at the various options
      Lastly, Ikea has some booklets that are helpful that lists all of the materials, cabinets, handles, faucets, sinks, fronts, finishes, etc that is very helpful with planning
      so the quote for the quartz countertop in their brochure covers installation?
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    • pleebent,

      Thanks a bunch. I'll measure everything and start playing around with the Kitchen Planner.
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    • Gotoff wrote:
      Jul 4th, 2017 6:26 pm
      so the quote for the quartz countertop in their brochure covers installation?
      Yes is does! its not a bad price at all as it is by Linear Feet.
      Only thing is the minimum order is 12 Linear Feet.
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    • pleebent wrote:
      Jul 4th, 2017 7:16 pm
      Yes is does! its not a bad price at all as it is by Linear Feet.
      Only thing is the minimum order is 12 Linear Feet.
      do you know if sink cutout / installation is apart of it too? can't find any info about this haha
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    • Gotoff wrote:
      Jul 4th, 2017 7:51 pm
      do you know if sink cutout / installation is apart of it too? can't find any info about this haha
      Yes it is included. no worries, i must have visited Ikea like 4 times in the past month to ask these same questions!
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    • Does anyone know if they customer countertops?

      If I were to change my countertops can I just buy theirs and install at home myself?
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    • simce9 wrote:
      Jul 4th, 2017 8:40 pm
      Does anyone know if they customer countertops?
      If I were to change my countertops can I just buy theirs and install at home myself?
      You can buy anything that has a part number. So if, for example, you'd like to buy one or two slabs of the laminate countertop, just get an order created at the kitchen area -> bring it downstairs and pay at the checkout -> pick it up. I did that a few times. Replaced my old countertop for under $200. Looks great, to me at least :)
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    • pleebent wrote:
      Jul 4th, 2017 8:28 pm
      Yes it is included. no worries, i must have visited Ikea like 4 times in the past month to ask these same questions!
      Awesome, now you're saving all of us time! :)

      I just checked and I have 13 feet of countertop (3 separate sections). So I guess I'm good with the min. of 12 feet.
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    • simce9 wrote:
      Jul 4th, 2017 8:40 pm
      Does anyone know if they customer countertops?

      If I were to change my countertops can I just buy theirs and install at home myself?
      Yes you can. but they will install it for you too if you want along with any cutouts that you might need
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    • anybody know if its normal for acrylic countertops to be so close in price to quartz and granite? I need the acrylic because I need to have a sliding counter in place of a drawer and the quartz and granite seem too heavy for this sort of thing but was shocked at the price of it
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    • simce9 wrote:
      Jul 4th, 2017 8:40 pm
      Does anyone know if they customer countertops?

      If I were to change my countertops can I just buy theirs and install at home myself?
      counter top?? no man that is something they come and measure for you and usually install.
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    • Finally. Been waiting on this.
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    • Thanks a lot OP, I was going to order the kitchen next week but looks like I will wait another week. In my case I would get additional $800 to spend there.

      About the Ikea Kitchen Planner. It is THE worst piece of software that could be created. It is lacking many useful features and it is a nightmare to use. It took me forever to design what I had in mind because it was constantly freezing/lagging/bugging/etc...
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    • ChaosR wrote:
      Jul 4th, 2017 11:13 pm
      Thanks a lot OP, I was going to order the kitchen next week but looks like I will wait another week. In my case I would get additional $800 to spend there.

      About the Ikea Kitchen Planner. It is THE worst piece of software that could be created. It is lacking many useful features and it is a nightmare to use. It took me forever to design what I had in mind because it was constantly freezing/lagging/bugging/etc...
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      i agree
      i tried using it to it wa sshit.
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    • ChaosR wrote:
      Jul 4th, 2017 11:13 pm
      Thanks a lot OP, I was going to order the kitchen next week but looks like I will wait another week. In my case I would get additional $800 to spend there.

      About the Ikea Kitchen Planner. It is THE worst piece of software that could be created. It is lacking many useful features and it is a nightmare to use. It took me forever to design what I had in mind because it was constantly freezing/lagging/bugging/etc...
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      Sweet looking kitchen! You should definitely wait for the event like a true RFDer especially if you are purchasing 3 appliances!
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