IKEA delivery costs (and alternatives that will save you money)

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For people who like home makeovers, IKEA is what a toy store is to a child. So whether you're buying a simple water pitcher or a fancy wardrobe, going to IKEA is exciting. However, the shop doesn't offer free delivery. On average, IKEA delivery fees are £4 for small items and £40 to £50 for big furniture. The costs can accumulate over time, but do you know that you can save money through third-party services?

Third-party delivery costs for IKEA range from £35 to £75 and come in flexible arrangements. Read on to compare prices and set a budget for the delivery of your new IKEA furniture. 

How much does IKEA charge for delivery?

If you need your furniture or home item ASAP, IKEA doesn't offer same-day delivery. Below is a cost table to summarize how much IKEA delivery costs in major cities, such as London, Manchester, and Glasgow.

Delivery option


Parcel to address delivery (small)


Parcel to address delivery (medium)


Parcel to address delivery (large)


Selected day delivery (large furniture)


Express delivery (large furniture)


a delivered box of IKEA products

How to save on IKEA delivery

Do you want to know how to reduce the cost of IKEA delivery? Follow the tips below:

  1. If you and your friends live nearby, you can share a cart with them and split the delivery fee. 

  2. Get discounted delivery costs, especially for large items like IKEA kitchen cabinets, by using coupons. 

  3. Another fuss-free option is to hire a cheap IKEA third-party delivery service. 

Consider booking a reliable Tasker. It's especially helpful if you need your furniture or home accessories immediately. Plus, no need to wait for a week for your items to be delivered since you can ask a Tasker to purchase and deliver them straight to your doorstep.

You might also like:IKEA Furniture Assembly Cost Guide

IKEA third-party delivery costs

Tasker fees for IKEA delivery usually start at £35 for flexible arrangements. Find your delivery budget in the table below and check the inclusions of each service package. Note that the prices also depend on your unique requirements.


Delivery inclusions


Flexible pick-up and delivery for one large item


Same- or next-day delivery of one or two large items


Return items to IKEA


Next-day pick-up and delivery of one or two large items


Larger items in bigger quantities

a woman delivering IKEA furniture

Post a task for IKEA delivery

Now that you know how to save money on IKEA delivery, you can hire a Tasker for the job. You're no longer limited to the options set by the store, so if you want to get your hands on your new furniture as soon as possible, connect with a nearby Tasker and get an accurate quote shortly. 

Here are some details to include when filling out the request form:

  • Your location and preferred schedule

  • Items you purchased and their dimensions

  • Additional services you might need

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Since you’re hiring a third-party delivery service to pick up and deliver your IKEA purchases, don’t forget to use the Click & Collect service. Give the necessary documents to the Tasker to ensure they can promptly get your items during the store’s operating hours. Your Tasker must bring a government-issued photo ID, a copy of your order confirmation displaying their name, and your order number.

When specified or booked separately, Taskers can assist in the placement, installation, or assembly of your IKEA furniture once they deliver it to your home.

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