About shopping

How to shop at IKEA

The Basics
• 8 hours free parking for everyone and easy access for people with disabilities
• Free pencils, paper, tape measures, store guides, catalogues, shopping carts, shopping bags and strollers
• A good restaurant with a children’s menu and play area
A view of an IKEA store through the window of a cafe where a man is sat drinking a cup of coffee while reading a magazine and another man is walking past the window.
A smiling little girl playing in an indoor play area.
Let the kids play while you shop
Let’s face it – kids don’t exactly love shopping. They’ve got far more interesting things to do. Like playing. Småland is a supervised play area and ballroom, where you can leave the kids in safe hands while you shop in peace. It's a perfect supervised play area for jumping, climbing, running and bouncing. There is also a silent and calm place where they can watch a movie or read a book.
Test-drive your furniture
Shopping at the IKEA store should be hassle-free and hands-on. We want you to make yourself at home in our room settings, so go ahead and sit, lie down, fold out the sofa bed, turn on the lamps, feel the weight of the fabrics, pick up the dishes and open the cabinets. No one will bother you and you can always ask for help.
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Create your shopping list
Note the shelf number - it’s on the price tag
On the price tag you’ll find lots of details including the shelf number. This details where you can collect the item from the Self-serve furniture area, or information on where to collect it at Furniture pick-up area.
A man holding a little girl looking at a ceiling lamp in an IKEA store.
A large, 4-sided ‘i’ information sign
You’ll find IKEA staff at information desks with this symbol. They will arrange for you to collect your item at the Furniture pick-up area if it isn’t available in the Self-serve furniture area.
A father and his two young daughters eating a meal at a cafe table with the IKEA sign in the background.
Enjoy a break in the restaurant
At the IKEA Restaurant, you can take a break from shopping. You can even start your day at IKEA with breakfast. Or why not have coffee and cake in the afternoon. In the restaurant, you'll find healthy Swedish and local daily dishes at really low prices. The restaurant is child-friendly with high chairs and a play area. And our restaurant also has a special menu just for kids. There is also a babycare room located near the restaurant for you and your young ones.
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Pick up your purchases
You can pick up your purchases from the Self-serve furniture area using the shelf number you noted down. Some items need to be picked up in Furniture pick-up after your purchase is complete.
A man loading boxes from a storage warehouse onto a trolley.
A man holding a box of flat-packed furniture on top of a pile of the same sized boxes.
Pay for your purchases
Our cashiers accept cash, credit cards, debit cards, and IKEA gift cards.
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Take it home
Most IKEA furniture is flat-packed so you can transport it home yourself. If you prefer, IKEA can arrange home delivery at a reasonable rate. Contact IKEA co-worker, call us for details or read more about delivery.