SUMMER SALES IKEA 2021
The big Summer sale begins in all the IKEA Branches around Israel in special in IKEA Eshtaol near Beit Shemesh for the Jerusalem area. This offer only applies in the stores but not through the website.
On Tuesday, July 6, the Summer Sale begins on the IKEA chain, until July 27.
Traditionally, the chain will be offered with discounts from 15% to 70% within the framework of the event only a part of the assortment – 2,500 items out of 7,500. During the event, the network will suspend online sales “due to logistical difficulties.”
The sale will take place in five IKEA branches in Israel and offering only kitchens (in Tel Aviv and Petah Tikva). As has been noted more than once, the prices in the Israeli branches of IKEA are higher than in other countries, and only during the sales do the Israelis get the opportunity to buy goods at the price that is “regular” for IKEA stores in other countries.
For Beit Shemesh, RBS, Jerusalem, and Beyond will be the opportunity to access this great event in the Eshtaol branch.
Online services will not be available during the summer sale and will resume immediately after July 27.
The IKEA network emphasizes that the sale will also affect popular restaurants located in each branch. For example, several servings, including children’s servings, costing 17 shekels, will be offered for 10 shekels during Summer Sales in IKEA.
Opening hours for IKEA Eshtaol:
Fri & Erev Chag 9:00am-3:00pm
Motzei Shabbat and Motzei Chag will be closed
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