Give your IKEA furniture a second life. Sell us your pre-loved IKEA furniture and we'll give it a second life (or third, or fourth). You get the value back on an IKEA refund card, and we give your piece a new home through our As-is department. Everyone wins, especially the planet.
How IKEA Buy-back works
- Determine what you want to resell. Only unmodified, completely assembled second hand IKEA furniture is accepted for buyback. Refer to the lists of eligible/ineligible products below. For ineligible items, consider reuse, donation, selling via online marketplaces or recycling.
- Use the buy-back estimator tool. Find what IKEA furniture you’re interested in selling and tell us its condition. You’ll get an estimate of what IKEA will pay to buy back your furniture.
- Make sure your furniture is clean and assembled, ready for its new home. Bring it and your estimate to the Exchange and Returns section of your nearest IKEA store.
- Pat yourself on the back. You’re helping us prolong product life, promote second hand furniture and waste less. Thanks for contributing to making IKEA more circular and to becoming people and planet positive!
- Your IKEA Refund card can be used in any Australian IKEA store, or on IKEA.com.au. Your refund card is valid for 3 years from the date of issue.
What second hand IKEA furniture does IKEA buy back?
Second hand furniture IKEA buys back
- Unmodified, completely assembled, clean IKEA products
- Chest of drawers
- Office chairs and desks
- Bedside tables
- Display cabinets
- Bookcases and shelf units
- Sofas and armchairs
- Office storage
- TV benches
- Dining tables and chairs
- And more
Second hand furniture IKEA doesn’t buy back
- Non-IKEA products, hacked IKEA products, modified IKEA products
- Individual components of combination/modular IKEA products
- Products that have been used outside (including outdoor furniture)
- Market hall items (accessories, decorations, textiles, lighting fixtures)
- Mattresses and bed textiles (blankets, mattress protectors)
- Soft furnishings (pillows, towels, rugs)
- Items that contain glass
- Kitchens (including benchtops, cabinets, fronts)
- PAX wardrobes and accessories
- Other over-sized items
- Appliances or other electrical items
- Children’s and baby products (cribs, mattresses, changing tables)
- Products purchased from the As-Is department