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We all have the right to low prices

We believe that we all have the right to lower prices. And that is why we spend so much time figuring out how we can lower prices while maintaining everything else: quality, functionality, sustainability, and style. In the end, what matters is that we all save: IKEA in production costs and the customer in the purchase price. At IKEA, there's always more for less than you think.

This is not a sale

This is a lower everyday price for a better everyday life

Low, how? Know how.

We are able to offer affordable products by using smarter designs, flat packaging and producing in high volumes. Great quality, No compromise.

Four red mugs over red background, stacked

More is less. For everyone.

Mass production

The more you like it, the more we do it. Obviously. And the more we do it, the less we pay for it. Naturally. Now the less we pay for it, the less you pay for it. Sensibly. And the less you pay for it, the more you like it. Reasonably. And we all know how that ends...

Hands assembling a piece of furniture

Small details, smaller prices

Smart design

From the width of the holes to the size of the screws, the principle is quite simple: the more we design these details alike, the less time (and money) everyone spends - we in production, you in assemblage. That is why smart design makes everything easier. Namely, lowering prices.

Children highchair with tray in white, playing with a spoon. On the side, parts of another chair on a red background.

The flatter, the better

Flat packaging

Why do we flat pack? Because it saves up space - and space costs money. Imagine that, because of flat packing, we can pack twice as many products in a single lorry. That means we’ll only need half as many lorries, thus saving everyone money, which is great. All while saving the planet, which is even better.

A never ending story

If there’s one thing we learned about a great price, is that it can always be a little lower. That is why lowering prices is a never ending story at IKEA. Just look out for the little red tag and remember it means a better, more affordable, everyday life for the many.