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Two questions for IKEA

Hi everyone,

I am wondering whether I can buy things one time every week in Ikea. Then after I collected enough furniture, ask Ikea to send everything once?

Also, for this Federkernmatratzen (http://www.ikea.com/ch/de/catalog/products/00244381/), is it possible for me to carry it back by myself using public transportation, without a car ?

Thanks a lot,

Jaric
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Hi everyone,

I am wondering whether I can buy things one time every week in Ikea. Then after I collected enough furniture, ask Ikea to send everything once?

Also, for this Federkernmatratzen (http://www.ikea.com/ch/de/catalog/products/00244381/), is it possible for me to carry it back by myself using public transportation, without a car ?

Thanks a lot,

Jaric
well. i guess that depends how strong you are!
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Re: Two questions for IKEA

If it cannot be folded, even batman, maybe cannot bring it home without the bat man car?

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Re: Two questions for IKEA

There is a very clear page on their site on how to contact them to ask questions.
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Re: Two questions for IKEA

Why not just save up your money for all the items you want, and order them at the same time?
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Re: Two questions for IKEA

because discounted items come up from time to time...

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Re: Two questions for IKEA

Well then, check with IKEA. You can order things and have it delivered but you canīt add any other items after the first order has been processed, at least to my knowledge.

Either rent a van or a man with a van
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I am wondering whether I can buy things one time every week in Ikea. Then after I collected enough furniture, ask Ikea to send everything once?

Also, for this Federkernmatratzen (http://www.ikea.com/ch/de/catalog/products/00244381/), is it possible for me to carry it back by myself using public transportation, without a car ?
1. No.

2. You decide from the info below.

Package measurement and weight
Article Number: 702.587.27
Package:: 1
Length: 138 cm
Diameter: 40 cm
Weight: 23.60 kg
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Well then, check with IKEA. You can order things and have it delivered but you canīt add any other items after the first order has been processed, at least to my knowledge.

Either rent a van or a man with a van
I see. Thanks, man
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Re: Two questions for IKEA

room in the deposit to stack your stuff costs, i doubt they would do it but asking is free i guess.
regarding the mattress I doubt it's possible to carry it alone unless you drag it, volume being the big problem, ask someone to help you and you're good to go for 2 people it's an easy job.
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Re: Two questions for IKEA

It comes rolled up, so easy to carry... perhaps take a belt with you to make a serviceable carry handle.

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