• Alastair Morgan

IKEA Family card membership.

Updated: Jan 15

It's a great little money saving reward card.



If you've ever shopped at IKEA, I'm guessing most people have at least visited a store at some point, you'll be aware of their vast range of well designed, competitively priced, home furniture items. They sell everything you could possibly need to furnish your home from sofas and wardrobes to knives & forks and even pot plants!

If you love shopping at IKEA as much as us, you will need to get hold of one of their IKEA Family cards. This card offers its members loads of benefits including discounts on selected products, freebies (both in store and also in the restaurant), an extra 10% off sale prices and a free tea or coffee from Monday-Friday.

Becoming a Family member also lets you access new products before anyone else and IKEA will also send you ideas, tips and inspiration throughout the year to help you to “transform your home”.

The Family card also gives you access to fun workshops for the whole family where you can learn new skills and get fresh ideas.

Being an IKEA Family member also entitles you to free product insurance. This covers “your new purchases against accidental damage on the way home and during assembly.” What a fantastic benefit!

So, if you haven't signed up for yours yet, what are you waiting for? It's worth becoming a member just for the free cuppa!



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