Product Recycling Fund
The price of this item includes a contribution to a Product recycling fund to ensure that waste electrical and electronic equipment is collected and recycled in a responsible manner.

IKEA Twin Cities Special Offers

Because every occasion is a chance to celebrate
IKEA Gift Registry
Introducing the IKEA Gift Registry! IKEA Gift Registries make it easy for your loved ones to help you celebrate your special moments, whether it’s your wedding day, a new baby, an exciting move- or just any other reason to shower you with love.

The only limit to your space should be your imagination
Give your home a spring refresh with pieces fit for any style, space or budget.

Some products require assembly. See IKEA store for country of origin information. Not all products may be available online or in all stores.
Our New Entree!
Short Ribs
Tender beef short ribs in a beer and red wine sauce, seasonal vegetables and mashed potatoes.

March 25th-26th, 2017
FAMILY members Eat For FREE
Dine in our Restaurant and we’ll deduct your Restaurant total from any home furnishings purchase over $100!*

How it works
1. Purchase your meal in our Restaurant.
2. Receive a coupon with your receipt.
3. Present IKEA Family Card to store cashier
4. Give your coupon and receipt to the Check-outs cashier and receive the total amount of your meal (before tax) deducted from your purchase of over $100.

Offer valid March 25th-26th, 2017

*Restaurant purchase must be consumed on the premises. Limit one restaurant receipt per store discount. Home furnishings purchase must be made the same day as the restaurant purchase. Not valid on IKEA Gift Card purchases. Simply hand over your IKEA Restaurant receipt with the coupon to the store cashier to have your discount applied. Total home furnishing purchase must be $100 or more before tax. Offer valid March 25-26th, 2017 only at participating IKEA stores.

IKEA Eat for FREE!
As easy as $2, $3, $4
Appetizing prices, all day long.
The IKEA Restaurant offers affordable and delicious options for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Now, we even offer special deals throughout the day on weekdays!

Breakfast for only $2
Eggs, turkey sausage, breakfast potatoes, Swedish pancakes and strawberry jam.

Lunch for only $3
Pasta with marinara sauce, your choice of 4 meatballs

Dinner for only $4
Antibiotic free chicken with mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables
IKEA FAMILY members get more!
IKEA FAMILY members get more!
Join IKEA FAMILY -
our FREE loyalty program!
Get more from IKEA Twin Cities every time you visit! IKEA FAMILY is our FREE loyalty program. You get special offers and find out about events first.

Free benefits include:
● Get discounts on home furnishings & accessories in the store
● Scan your card at the checkouts and get entered for a chance to win a $100 IKEA gift card
● Take a break & enjoy free coffee or hot tea every time you visit our Restaurant
● Children can enjoy an extra 30 minutes in Smaland (capacity-depending)
● Always save on items in our IKEA FAMILY shop
● Visit the special IKEA FAMILY web portal filled with shopping lists & cool features

Ask a co-worker for where to sign up! For more details and to join in-store, visit the IKEA FAMILY kiosks located in the IKEA FAMILY department and near the check-outs.
IKEA is all-in for cotton from more sustainable sources
As of September 1, 2015 – all cotton used in the future production of IKEA products will come from more sustainable sources.

Cotton from more sustainable sources means that the cotton is grown with less water, less chemical fertilizer and less pesticides, while increasing profit margins for farmers leading to a better quality of life for their families, including schooling for their children through our collaborations with UNICEF and Save the Children.

Cotton is an important raw material for IKEA, used in many products, from sofas to towels. However, when grown conventionally, cotton farming uses large amounts of chemicals and water, raising costs and making it harder for farmers to earn a living. This milestone is part of a long journey to help transform the cotton industry. In 2010, IKEA together with the conservation organization WWF and other leading public and private organisations helped set up the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI).