About the history of IKEA

Originally a Swedish company, IKEA was founded by Ingvar Kamprad in 1943. Today, IKEA is a multinational home furnishings group and is owned by the Stichting INGKA Foundation, based in Delft, the Netherlands. IKEA has around 12,000 items in its range and employs around 217,000 people. Today, online stores like ikea.at are also very popular, and with all generations.

Browse the IKEA online shop

Not only IKEA's popular blue and yellow shopping stores invite you to stroll, browse and store, but also the clearly arranged ikea.at online store. In addition, there is also an IKEA catalog app that combines the classic shopping style with the modern. This allows customers to interactively wander through the living room, bedroom, kitchen, children's room and bathroom and simply place the desired items in the shopping cart - without any whining children or heavy shopping carts.

In addition, the ikea.at online store surprises its new and existing customers time and again with attractive offers and promotions. To be always up to date, you can also subscribe to the IKEA newsletter for free and without obligation.

This is how you can redeem your Ikea voucher

1. put their desired item in the shopping cart.

2. continue to checkout to place the order and redeem the ikea coupon.

3. in the penultimate order step, there is a field for the voucher under the total amount.

4. paste your voucher code into the field and click "Redeem". Thereupon, the voucher value will be deducted from the total amount.

Wide range of products for every room

Everything that customers see in an IKEA store can also be ordered from the ikea.at online store and conveniently delivered to their homes. In the process, a wide variety of furnishings can be found for the living room, bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, dining room, children's room, baby's room, home office & workplace, garden & balcony, decor & home accessories, hallway, basement & storage room, business premises and laundry room.

Thus, it is not uncommon to find a few small items in IKEA and then the search ends with a full shopping cart. The offer of IKEA is rounded off with different planners, which can help with the furnishing of the selected premises under the arms.

Delivery and payment at ikea.

A normal parcel delivery is made for products up to max. 60 x 60 x 120 cm under 16 kg for 4.90 £ and max. 60 x 60 x 120 under 30 kg for 9.90 £ . Bulky goods can be delivered by freight forwarding:

The goods can also be picked up via Click & Collect for €10 at an IKEA store or at an IKEA pick-up station for £20. Customers can pay at ikea.at with cash, financing, Girocard, IKEA Family payment card, IKEA for Business payment card, IKEA gift & credit card, IKEA credit card, Klarna purchase on account, credit card and PayPal.