IKEA holds its Mid-Year Sale with up to a 70% discount for customers to shop for high quality items at lower prices from 29 June to 15 July 2018

Real Estate Press Releases Wednesday June 13, 2018 16:09
Bangkok--13 Jun--ABM

Home lovers, don't miss out! IKEA, the leading furniture and home furnishings retailer from Sweden, is holding its "IKEA Mid-Year Sale" offering fantastic deals for customers on over 500 home furnishing items with great designs at affordable prices, with discounts of up to 70% and many extra value promotions. IKEA FAMILY members can enjoy early-bird shopping and take advantage of extra special prices from June 27-28, 2018 as well as delicious meals at affordable prices at IKEA restaurants, just by presenting their member card to the cashier. Anyone interested in becoming an IKEA FAMILY member can apply for free at any IKEA store or at IKEA.co.th/FAMILY. Regular customers can start shopping for deals from June 29 until July 15, 2018.

Shoppers have even more reason to spend with the special "Cash Back Offer!" when making payments using a KBank credit card. Cardholders can receive a maximum 3,000 baht cash back, and can also take advantage of easy 0% instalment payments for six months with promotional banks on a minimum 5,000 baht purchase. This offer is valid until December 31, 2018.*

*Terms and conditions apply
Some "IKEA Mid-Year Sale" offers:
MALM lift-up bed in dark brown
Member price: 9,990 baht; Special price: 12,990 baht, reduced from 16,990 baht
EKERÖ armchair in two colors; dark blue and orange
Special price: 3,490 baht, reduced from 4,990 baht
DOCKSTA table in white
Member price: 3,990 baht; Special price: 4,790 baht, reduced from 7,990 baht
KULLEN 6-drawer chest in dark brown
Special price: 3,990 baht, reduced from 4,490 baht
TOMNÄS shelf in white
Special price: 1,990 baht, reduced from 2,990 baht
HEMNES bedside desk in white stain
Special price: 990 baht, reduced from 1,990 baht
SNAJDA pre-laundry bag
Special price: 99 baht, reduced from 199 baht
TJENA storage box with
Special price: 79 baht, reduced from 149 baht
Shop for furnishing items to decorate your dream home at IKEA Mega Bangna, and IKEA Bang Yai at Central Plaza Westgate, or go to IKEA.co.th for more information.

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