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Spice up your place with new deals from IKEA, where you'll save up to 50% on select furniture, housewares and decor until January 31!

There are over 140 discounted products and we've listed a handful of items to give you an idea of what's on sale.

These deals are effective online and at IKEA stores until January 31. IKEA offers Curbside Click & Collect pickup for a flat-rate fee of $5.00 per order or home shipping with varying rates depending on your address -- enter your postal code at checkout to receive a shipping estimate for your order.

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    • How firm is this? I prefer a very firm mattress and wonder if this will sink too much. Im over 200lb.
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    • hkhorace wrote: How firm is this? I prefer a very firm mattress and wonder if this will sink too much. Im over 200lb.
      Consumer reports gave it a 7/10 for firmness.
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    • Asriel wrote: Consumer reports gave it a 7/10 for firmness.
      Are these rolled up or they are laying flat? I wonder if it can fit inside my car.
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    • cristianosham wrote: Are these rolled up or they are laying flat? I wonder if it can fit inside my car.
      They lay flat. They have metal springs which makes it not possible to roll it.
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    • Any first experiences with this mattress?

      I’m in the market
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    • I generally hate Ikea mattresses because I think they're cheap quality and use cheap materials. Not sure about the quality for this particular mattress, but the materials look quite good. However, I'm not a fan of coil springs. Just a heads up, while latex is an amazing natural material for mattresses, you could be in the very small minority to have allergies to it.

      I also hate to be that guy, but I purchased a mattress from Naturelle 3 years ago.
      https://www.naturelleorganicbeds.ca/online-store

      It's fully latex with a cotton cover with wool lining. I was able to get a 10' Grand California King and two pillows for $999 shipped to my house and brought upstairs by the delivery guys. This is great since the mattress being fully Latex means it weighs over 200lbs with the consistency of jelly. You can choose either talalay or dunlop latex (I chose dunlop), and select the amount of firmness you want (I went extra firm 6' with a firm 3').

      If you send them an email on the website saying what you want, Dave (he's the owner) will give you a much better deal than advertised. Tell him you're deciding between a 6' Queen Latex from Naturelle, or an Ikea Hidrasund which is on a huge sale. I believe he would bring it down to $699 or $799 at most, and this is with two Latex pillows and free delivery to your house. The Latex they use is sourced from a Vietnamese company called Lien A.

      This sounds like an advertisement but I do not work for Naturelle. In fact, I had a bit of an issue with Dave. The website advertises that you can switch out your bed firmness to something else within the year. I wanted to switch my 3' firm Latex layer with a 3' extra firm Latex layer. He was never able to do so, and the excuse used was that it was difficult to get layers for California King size mattresses. To compensate, he gave me a cotton cover for the bed which I still haven't opened (the cotton with wool lining has been great so far). I flipped my mattress so I could sleep on the extra firm portion.

      Final thing to note. There is no difference between the latex used in the expensive mattresses and the cheap mattresses. The 6' latex layer is the same in the expensive models and cheap models. However, the expensive mattresses usually add another layer and ADVERTISE an even firmer 44-50ILD firmness for all layers. You can get that firmness in the cheap mattress BUT you have to ask for it.
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    • Asriel wrote: Great price on a reliable but heavy mattress. Only available in firm.
      I'm in the market for one, how are these reliable? I'm very new to ikea mattresses, thanks.
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    • How do these compare to the Costco mattresses? I’m looking for a new queen too
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    • I'm interested to know as well, what makes these better/comparable to top name brands like Sealy, Serta etc in the same price range, type of mattress etc.
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    • price seems ok for quality firm coil spring mat. but there none in stock for queen near me and they do not offer shipping so its kinda meh!
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    • afshaikh wrote: Any first experiences with this mattress?

      I’m in the market
      Don't recommend. I'm 140 lb and used this mattress 3 months, it already shows sink.

      Return is almost impossible as it's so heavy.
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    • That's the coil springs in action, if this was fully Latex, it wouldn't sink in 50 years. But it would also weigh twice the amount lmao.
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    • Jackji wrote: I'm in the market for one, how are these reliable? I'm very new to ikea mattresses, thanks.
      I found that ikea is straightforward with their mattresses in terms of materials, composition and firmness. Reliability was excellent on CR. They don’t play the bullshit games Sealy and others do where they sell the exact same mattress with a different name and price depending on the vendor.

      This sums it up: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=rvlA9UxGvSg
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    • Would anyone know about Ikea's bedroom event? When do they take place?
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    • basically zero stock, and they won't ship.
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    • I ended up buying the lucid hybrid memory foam mattresss from amazon

      It’s on sale at the moment
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    • I ended up buying the lucid hybrid memory foam mattresss from amazon

      It’s on sale at the moment
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    • Tuft and Needle is the best of the 3 but will off gas more than the IKEA.
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    • HeroesofNewerth wrote: I generally hate Ikea mattresses because I think they're cheap quality and use cheap materials. Not sure about the quality for this particular mattress, but the materials look quite good. However, I'm not a fan of coil springs. Just a heads up, while latex is an amazing natural material for mattresses, you could be in the very small minority to have allergies to it.

      I also hate to be that guy, but I purchased a mattress from Naturelle 3 years ago.
      https://www.naturelleorganicbeds.ca/online-store

      It's fully latex with a cotton cover with wool lining. I was able to get a 10' Grand California King and two pillows for $999 shipped to my house and brought upstairs by the delivery guys. This is great since the mattress being fully Latex means it weighs over 200lbs with the consistency of jelly. You can choose either talalay or dunlop latex (I chose dunlop), and select the amount of firmness you want (I went extra firm 6' with a firm 3').

      If you send them an email on the website saying what you want, Dave (he's the owner) will give you a much better deal than advertised. Tell him you're deciding between a 6' Queen Latex from Naturelle, or an Ikea Hidrasund which is on a huge sale. I believe he would bring it down to $699 or $799 at most, and this is with two Latex pillows and free delivery to your house. The Latex they use is sourced from a Vietnamese company called Lien A.

      This sounds like an advertisement but I do not work for Naturelle. In fact, I had a bit of an issue with Dave. The website advertises that you can switch out your bed firmness to something else within the year. I wanted to switch my 3' firm Latex layer with a 3' extra firm Latex layer. He was never able to do so, and the excuse used was that it was difficult to get layers for California King size mattresses. To compensate, he gave me a cotton cover for the bed which I still haven't opened (the cotton with wool lining has been great so far). I flipped my mattress so I could sleep on the extra firm portion.

      Final thing to note. There is no difference between the latex used in the expensive mattresses and the cheap mattresses. The 6' latex layer is the same in the expensive models and cheap models. However, the expensive mattresses usually add another layer and ADVERTISE an even firmer 44-50ILD firmness for all layers. You can get that firmness in the cheap mattress BUT you have to ask for it.
      Hmmmm. Never heard of them but will have to give it a look. Thanks!
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