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You Need to Go to IKEA This Weekend — Here's Why

You Need to Go to IKEA This Weekend — Here's Why

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Lisa Freedman
Nov 6, 2018
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IKEA isn't exactly known for having many sales or promo codes (aside from the IKEA Kitchen Event and the random deals for IKEA Family members) — and that's what makes this news so exciting!

This weekend (November 10 and 11), you can bring this coupon to an IKEA store and save $25 off pre-tax totals of $150 or more.

November 11 is also your last chance to get 10 percent off at the IKEA Kitchen Event, but know that the $25 coupon won't apply. (The coupon also can't be used on gift cards or the Swedish Food Market, but nearly everything else is fair game.)

Sign up for a free IKEA Family membership and you'll save even more this weekend, as quite a few items are on special markdown for members.

Related: The IKEA Perk You're Not Taking Advantage Of

Here are some deals that are only happening through November 11.

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1. IKEA 365+18-piece dinnerware set, $30 (usually $40)

IKEA's 365+ dinnerware set is just so simple, it works! As in, with everything and for every occasion. Whether you're hosting Thanksgiving and need to stock up on dinnerware or you just want a new set of dishes for everyday use, this is your set.

(Image credit: IKEA)

2. HENRIKSDAL dining chairs, $79 (usually $99)

Fun fact about these basic dining chairs: You can find plenty of slipcover options on Etsy to fun them up. They're all made specifically for this chair and can really transform the look in a matter of minutes. We're partial to RockinCushions, a shop that actually specializes in covers for all sorts of IKEA chairs. Use that coupon and you'll get two chairs for just $133.

(Image credit: IKEA)

3. VARDAGEN loaf pan, $6.50 (usually $8)

Select baking molds and pans are 20 percent off through November 11 and, because it's meatloaf season, we thought it was worth calling out this guy for just $6.50.

Related: How To Make Meatloaf from Scratch

Will you be going to IKEA this weekend?

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