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PSA - IKEA Kitchen Event Save up to 20% 3/1/2017-4/9/2017

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IKEA is having their annual 20% Kitchen Sales Event. This is an awesome deal to spruce up your kitchen if you're in the market. Many people will write off IKEA, but I've personally re-done my own kitchen with IKEA cabinets and I love it. For those on a budget, it makes a lot of sense.

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Please read the fine print for details:

Offer valid March 1 – April 9, 2017 for IKEA FAMILY members. Includes SEKTION cabinet frames, fronts, drawers, shelves, cover panels, molding, toekicks, legs, hinges, countertops, appliances, sinks, faucets, knobs and handles, UTRUSTA fixed interiors, UTRUSTA and OMLOPP countertop, interior glass door cabinet, and drawer lighting. Save 20% on a single kitchen purchase over $3000 or 15% on a single kitchen purchase over $1500 not including tax. This offer cannot be combined with previous custom countertop offer. Additional terms and conditions apply; see a Kitchen co-worker for details. Kitchen offer not valid at IKEA Portland.

Please note, the below fine print is for IKEA Portland only:

• Save up to 20% during the IKEA Portland Kitchen Event on Wednesday, March 1 - Sunday, April 9, 2017!
- Members will save 10% on any kitchen products - no minimum purchase!
- Add one or more appliances and members save 20%!*
• We've added expanded services to make getting your dream kitchen even easier!
- Appointments available to purchase your new kitchen
- Extra time in Småland for kitchen customer kids!
- Dedicated phone line and kitchen specialist to help with all your after-sales needs
• We'll give you a voucher for $30 to spend in our Swedish Food Market to help stock your new kitchen too!
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I don't know like the IKEA chinese made pressboard/veeneer cabinets.

I bought my kitchen cabinets from a chinese building supply store and their cabinets are also made in china. However they use solidwood for the outside and doors. They use plywood for the boxes. It was cheaper than IKEA.
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IKEA kitchen cabinets have some nice features and from what I experienced were much better than low end hardware box store stuff in looks and durability.
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Personally the boxes themselves are nothing special but their hinges and whatever the extend drawer thing is called is a lot more reliable compared to what other lower ends offer. Basically cabinets themselves are pretty low end, the hardware itself is pretty good. And fronts they have a lot of options - you can even get it custom made from someone else for a non-ikea look externally (budget high-end Smilie )
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I did an Ikea kitchen, timing it for this kitchen sale saved me a ton of money. If you're looking for a mid quality kitchen, Ikea is hard to beat. Your installer will hate you though, imagine putting together an Ikea bookcase but doing it 20+ times. Bear in mind a lot of stuff wasn't in stock for me, so you'll need to be flexible with your installation timeframe. For me, I was lucky to get the critical items initially, but then spent the next month continually checking inventory and going back for random things that came in and out of stock.
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if I just want to order quartz countertops only, can I get 20% off?
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if I just want to order quartz countertops only, can I get 20% off?
The fine print suggests that you can "Save 20% on a single kitchen purchase over $3000", so I don't see why not... So as long as the square footage of the quartz warrants a purchase over $3000, then you should be able to receive the discount. As always, please verify with IKEA before your make your purchase.
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Bumping this thread to make sure that anyone in the market for a kitchen is aware.
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It's the last week - then sayonara until next year!
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if I just want to order quartz countertops only, can I get 20% off?
This worked for us for just the Caesarstone quartz countertops. As long as your purchase is over 3000, you'll get the 20% off.

Great deal and perfect timing, thanks OP!
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This worked for us for just the Caesarstone quartz countertops. As long as your purchase is over 3000, you'll get the 20% off.

Great deal and perfect timing, thanks OP!
Yeah I know. For some reason I was confused about it when I asked the question. We actually went this route as well since it was much cheaper then other bids, although Home Depot's Silestone options were not too far off with a sale they had going on. If they carried Silestones Calacatta I would have gone that route. I did want my dream Calacatta style Quartz, but since Ikea was significnatly cheaper I ended up compromising and going with the Caesarstone Frosty Carrina. I think what helps the price of Ikea being so much cheaper is they charge by price per sq ft, rather then how many slabs you need and they don't charge tax. I will have mine installed in about 3 weeks. The money I save can get my better appliances.
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I don't know like the IKEA chinese made pressboard/veeneer cabinets.

I bought my kitchen cabinets from a chinese building supply store and their cabinets are also made in china. However they use solidwood for the outside and doors. They use plywood for the boxes. It was cheaper than IKEA.
What was the store/brand? I need to do 3 kitchens wonder if they have them in NJ or is this a online place you used?
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I don't know like the IKEA chinese made pressboard/veeneer cabinets.

I bought my kitchen cabinets from a chinese building supply store and their cabinets are also made in china. However they use solidwood for the outside and doors. They use plywood for the boxes. It was cheaper than IKEA.
What was the store/brand? I need to do 3 kitchens wonder if they have them in NJ or is this a online place you used?
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I don't know like the IKEA chinese made pressboard/veeneer cabinets.

I bought my kitchen cabinets from a chinese building supply store and their cabinets are also made in china. However they use solidwood for the outside and doors. They use plywood for the boxes. It was cheaper than IKEA.
Also looking to know what the name of the Chinese company is. Hoping I could price them out or find a similar company in my area as well.
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Prob JK cabinets
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