30% Discount at IKEA

Posted by on Dec 26, 2012 in Archived | 2 comments

Time is running out to get the 30% off at IKEA. Details are below- except we are told don’t need voucher from Red Cross. LTRG has told us that printing county assessor’s page showing your name and address is enough. Please note that as long as you go to the store before Dec 31, you can use the discount in 2013. Also looks like they are offering a 1 time free delivery.


IKEA Centennial has offered a 30 percent discount offer to those affected by the High
Park and Waldo Canyon fires. The offer also includes a free, one-time picking and home
delivery service.
Customers should come to the store and let the greeter (in the entrance lobby) know
they are interested in the discount.
If customers are deemed eligible they will receive a handout with guidance on how to
complete their shopping experience.
Discount Eligibility: The discount is for customers whose homes suffered total loss or
smoke damage from the High Park or Waldo Canyon fires. Certain Red Cross branches
are offering vouchers affirming people live in the affected areas. Not all Red Cross
branches are offering the voucher. If customers are able to get a voucher or proof from
the Red Cross, this is the IDEAL paperwork they should bring with them to IKEA along
with a photo ID (or other valid proof of residence) showing the same address on the Red
Cross voucher.
If customers have contacted the Red Cross and are unable to obtain this voucher, then
they should bring their photo ID (or other valid proof of residence) with their affected
home address. A manager will map their home to determine its proximity to the fire
 This is an offer with a total receipt limit up to $10,000 (before the discount) per
 Customers may make up to three trips to IKEA and use the discount each time
until they reach a total of $10,000 for the affected home. Their purchases will be
tracked by their name and address.
 The offer will remain in effect until December 31, 2012. However, if the victim
comes in before Dec. 31 for their first visit, we will honor future visits in 2013
until they reach their total $10,000 limit or third visit, whichever comes first.
 If there are multiple adults living in the affected home, the discount applies to the
address, not each individual.
 The offer of free home delivery and picking service is valid only ONCE for each


  1. I got the paperwork from the assessors office and decided to call IKEA to verify the procedure before driving down there. The person
    I spoke to wasn’t aware of an extension into 2013. Can whoever is keeping track of this contact get some clarification, as many people aren’t ready to put in a kitchen this year yet yet.

  2. Thanks for the info Phil. Nothing like last minute on my part, but I drove down Monday afternoon and got signed up. That is outstanding. I saved $100 on the spot and will save more in our remaining visits in 2013. Thanks Phil!

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