Find out what their bestsellers are
We all can’t wait for the very first IKEA store in Pasay to open this fourth quarter of the year. But while waiting, there’s good news for those with low emotional quotient—IKEA PH’s online store is now open 24/7!
“After several weeks of learning from our test-run, we are glad that we are now accessible to more Filipinos,” IKEA Pasay City’s store manager Georg Platzer says. “We are very excited to be part of the lives of the many people in the Philippines and share in their dreams of a better life at home.”
IKEA PH online store is finally open
IKEA underwent a test-run of their online store last September with limited accommodation of PH clients. This was their attempt to make sure that operational and technical processes go smoothly to give customers a hassle-free online shopping experience.
In case you’re curious what these people bought online from IKEA last September, items that were checked out the most were Kupong alarm clock at P90, Fejka artificial potted plant at P290, Bondis wall clock at P590. Under the children’s category, the Karmig soft toy at P200, Trofast storage box at P159, and Diktig play kitchen at P5,990 were also part of the bestsellers.
And it’s proven to be so easy to check out. Just go online, create an IKEA website account which is different from the IKEA Family membership information. Then proceed to shop, add to cart, then check out with easy payment options of major credit cards, GCash, and installments via BDO.
You can choose from three delivery options of truck (limited to Metro Manila), parcel (not more than 30 kilos and 1.8 meters in height, and can be delivered to greater Manila such as Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, parts of Quezon up to Lucena, Bulacan, Pampanga, Tarlac, Bataan, and Subic), and click and collect. IKEA offers three delivery options: truck, parcel, and click and collect in designated collection points.