Ikea is a Swedish company that sells ready to assemble furniture, kitchen equipment and other home décor products. Ikea has been the world's most prominent retailer of furniture for a decade.
You can either shop for furniture from Ikea online or in their stores. Most Ikea customers tend to favor the latter.
If you are having problems finding an item with Ikea there are tools you can utilize to locate the item. More people have trouble finding items in an Ikea store rather than online.
Help finding an item with Ikea online store
The first step you should take if you are having issues finding an item with Ikea is to check Ikea's stock for the availability of the product. The easiest way to check the product's availability is to check the page of the item you wish to buy through the stock check option.
Alternatively, you can check the Ikea stock by inputting the product name or article number from the catalog and then selecting a store. You will then search for the item in the store.
You will then see if the item is in stock or not. If it is in stock, go ahead and place an order.
If the item you are looking for is out of stock, you can ask Ikea to send you a text message or email to apprise you of the item's availability as soon as it is in stock. It is important to note that if the request is granted, you will receive the notifications for a maximum of 15 days.
If the item has not been restocked within the 15 day period, you will be notified that your request has expired. You will have to make another request to be notified of the item's availability.
Help finding an item at an Ikea physical store
At the Ikea store, you will find the most recent versions of their catalog which you should use to find items in the store. Ikea stores also offer customers measuring equipment, pencils and notepads to measure and record product details including your desired pick up location.
Utilize the pencils and notepads you find scattered across the store to jot down your list of desired products and their location in the store. Writing these details down makes it very easy to find a product in the Ikea store. Moreover, you can compare and contrast price and other details of items in the store.
Contacting customer service
If you still have a problem find items in Ikea after following the tips above, you should contact customer service through the following methods:
You can use the Ikea customer service number to get help locating an item with Ikea. The customer service agent will help you find out if the item is in stock and where you can pick it up.
Unfortuntately due to the vast amount of calls the line receives, the line is always busy. Do not be surprised if you spend an hour holding on the line.
The line is available from Monday through Saturday from 8am to midnight and on Sunday from 9am to midnight EST. You can find the phone number on GetHuman.
The live chat option is faster than calling Ikea customer service. The chat is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You barely have to wait a minute for a customer service to initiate a chat.
You can find the link to the help desk from GetHuman.
You can also reach out to the Ikea customer service through their online help desk. However, it takes a long time for them to respond.
You can find the help desk's address on GetHuman.
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