IKEA IKEA Kitchen & Bathroom Event: Get Up to 20% of Your Purchase Back in Gift Cards Until March 23 Get Up to 20% of Your Purchase Back in Gift Cards!

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Spice up your place with a trip to IKEA this month, because their Kitchen & Bathroom Event is on now and you can get up to 20% of your purchase back in IKEA gift cards until March 23!

Your gift card rebate will vary depending on your kitchen or bathroom purchase total and we've listed the qualifying thresholds below.

Bathroom

  • Get 15% back in IKEA gift cards on bathroom furniture, sink and faucet purchases over $250.00
  • Get 20% back in IKEA gift cards on bathroom furniture, sink and faucet purchases over $450.00

Kitchen

  • Get 10% back in IKEA gift cards on kitchen purchases over $1000.00
  • Get 15% back in IKEA gift cards on kitchen purchases over $2500.00
  • Get 20% back in IKEA gift cards on kitchen purchases over $4500.00

Eligible bathroom products include bathroom furniture, sinks, faucets and shower heads; while eligible kitchen products pre-cut and custom countertops, appliances, sinks, faucets, knobs/handles, freestanding kitchen islands and carts, interior fittings and STRÖMLINJE/OMLOPP/ANSLUTA kitchen lighting. Online orders will receive gift cards via email within seven business days, while in-store orders will receive gift cards at checkout.

The IKEA Kitchen & Bathroom Event is effective until March 23 online and in IKEA stores across Canada. Before you shop, read our guide with tips on how to shop at IKEA like a pro!

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    • No more requirements to buy appliances to get the 15% and 20%, great!
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    • This also applies to bathroom fixtures.
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    • Seriously, I just bought bathroom stuff from them last weekend. Grrrr. I doubt I can retroactively claim this offer. I'm tempted to take everything back and re-buy it all.
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    • KeenInvestor wrote: Seriously, I just bought bathroom stuff from them last weekend. Grrrr. I doubt I can retroactively claim this offer. I'm tempted to take everything back and re-buy it all.
      Bathroom or kitchen stuff?

      Also, I would try to go in store to have the price difference refunded to you, if in fact you purchased kitchen stuff.
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    • I have a $150 item to buy. Anyone else need to split the rest? I can meet at north York or etobicoke
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    • blisterd_nuts wrote: Bathroom or kitchen stuff?

      Also, I would try to go in store to have the price difference refunded to you, if in fact you purchased kitchen stuff.
      $700 of bathroom stuff
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    • Just so everyone doesn’t make the same mistake that I did. When you buy online and pick up in store where they grab everything from the warehouse for you, you pick up your stuff but you also have to go to customer service to get your gift card. They didn’t send me the gift card via email/mail, nor did they tell me where I picked up my stuff.
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    • Does anyone know IKEA's price adjustment policy? I bought the Tornviken kitchen island at regular price 2 months ago and now it's $60 less....I still have original receipt.

      I looked online under their "price gurantee" but it just talks about the catalogue pricing.

      I'm guessing if they dont price adjust I could just buy at sale price and return it away using my old receipt?
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    • Has anyone ever made a purchase for a future delivery date? I've got some renovations to do but probably won't be able to start until the summer.
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    • Also wondering about price adjustment... I purchased back in November and they just delivered it last week.
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      Vascilli wrote: Has anyone ever made a purchase for a future delivery date? I've got some renovations to do but probably won't be able to start until the summer.
      I did. They delivered it right away, which was amazing....but not really. They blamed the shipping company. I had Ikea refund me the insane shipping cost. Still had to deal with working around and moving a million boxes. Would not recommend.
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    • Price adjustments is valid for 60 days if you scanned a family card at time of purchase (its free), otherwise its 30 days. If you're past those dates, just return for full refund and rebuy.
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    • Vascilli wrote: Has anyone ever made a purchase for a future delivery date? I've got some renovations to do but probably won't be able to start until the summer.
      I set a future delivery date of a month for our closets, I didn't ask how far they can go though.
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    • Great timing. Does anyone know if I can fit an Ikea vanity to a non Ikea sink without trouble? Looking to grab a Gordmorgen double vanity (140cm/ 55in) and fit my existing 2 American Standard sinks (55cmx45cm / 20.5"x17.5")

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    • smanso wrote: Great timing. Does anyone know if I can fit an Ikea vanity to a non Ikea sink without trouble? Looking to grab a Gordmorgen double vanity (140cm/ 55in) and fit my existing 2 American Standard sinks (55cmx45cm / 20.5"x17.5")

      You cannot usually do it easily. First Ikea bowls are often shallower and they are designed for the plumbing to fit behind the drawers. The drawers go all the way across. NA cabinets usually allow for plumbing and p trap under sink. So you would have to have a shallow sink and then plumb to go behind drawer or modify drawer.
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    • KeenInvestor wrote: $700 of bathroom stuff
      You have to spend over $1000 to quality for the minimum 10%.
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    • cRaZyRaVr wrote: You have to spend over $1000 to quality for the minimum 10%.
      The Bathroom Event

      Get 15% back* in IKEA gift cards when you purchase bathroom furniture, sinks and faucets above $250

      Get 20% back* in IKEA gift cards when you purchase bathroom furniture, sinks and faucets above $450

      February 6 - March 23
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    • KeenInvestor wrote: The Bathroom Event

      Get 15% back* in IKEA gift cards when you purchase bathroom furniture, sinks and faucets above $250

      Get 20% back* in IKEA gift cards when you purchase bathroom furniture, sinks and faucets above $450

      February 6 - March 23
      In the poster's case that would be around $140 so worth the trouble of bringing it back if not yet installed. But first for sure go in there and ask at the customer service.
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    • smanso wrote: Great timing. Does anyone know if I can fit an Ikea vanity to a non Ikea sink without trouble? Looking to grab a Gordmorgen double vanity (140cm/ 55in) and fit my existing 2 American Standard sinks (55cmx45cm / 20.5"x17.5")

      We just had a godmorgon vanity installed WITH an ikea sink. The issue was ran into was tying the delta faucet drain into the rinnen drain assembly........plumber said the drain assembly was only pairing with the ikea drain that came with the sink. This meant that the p-trap used to connect to the delta drain came out further than the rinnen drain....resulting in having to notch out the drawers to accommodate.

      As for using another sink, I don't see why not....but you will run into the same issue we did as the drain assembly came with the sink.
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    • Vascilli wrote: Has anyone ever made a purchase for a future delivery date? I've got some renovations to do but probably won't be able to start until the summer.
      You can have your order sent to a Collection Point location for $39 and choose a time a few months into the future for the pickup (but, you still need the ability to transport it home, afterwards).
      I don't believe they schedule more than a few months in advance, though, so the summer might be a stretch.
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