Returns & exchanges policy
returns policy - ikea australia
No nonsense returns
If you change your mind, return your unused purchase with it’s original packaging and receipt within 90 days for a refund.

We need your receipt for a full refund.

If you don’t have your receipt we can at our discretion give you a refund card for the value indicated by our returns system.

Sorry, we cannot accept returns on the following products if you change your mind:

• altered fabric
• unwrapped mattresses (refer to the Mattress Exchange Policy) pillows & quilts
• goods ordered to your specifications
• goods purchased from AS-IS (bargain corner)

IKEA FAMILY 365-day returns policy
If you’re an IKEA FAMILY member, and you swipe your member card at the time of your purchase, our standard 90-day returns policy is extended to 12 months from date of purchase.
Mattress exchange policy
Love it or exchange it
You may exchange your mattress or mattress pad once within 90 days of your original purchase if you don’t love it.
How do I exchange my mattress if I don't love it?
Take your mattress or mattress pad, in a hygienic condition, with your original receipt to Exchanges & Returns at your local store.
Can I upgrade my mattress or mattress pad?
Yes, you just need to pay the difference between your original purchase and your new choice. If your new choice is lower in value, we will credit the difference to an IKEA refund card. Refund cards are not redeemable for cash.
Can I use the home delivery service to do the exchange?
Yes, but both a collection and new delivery charge will be payable by you. Find out more about home delivery.
How many times can I exchange my mattress or mattress pad?
Only one exchange may be made within the 90 days under the Love it or exchange it policy.
Good to know
• This policy is in addition to and does not affect your statutory rights under Competition and Consumer act 2010.

• Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.