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IKEA’s ‘Click & Collect’ Service Piloting in Winnipeg

December 9, 2016 8:59 AM | News


This June 3, 2015, file photo, shows an IKEA store in Miami. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP Photo/Alan Diaz)

Navigating IKEA’s beautiful aisles and getting lost in Market Hall will be a thing of the past for time-crunched shoppers with a new pilot project.

Called Click & Collect, the service is finally making its way to Winnipeg after being tested in other IKEA markets. It allows shoppers to fill their virtual cart at IKEA.ca and check out with their items for pick up at the store. IKEA will gather the ideas in a cart for you and have them ready during a pre-determined timeframe for a $20 fee.

“We know we have an opportunity to provide our customers with even more convenient services, which is why we are happy to announce this next step in our evolution into a world-class multichannel retailer,” said Jennifer Allen, IKEA Winnipeg store manager.

If successful, IKEA hopes to expand the Click & Collect service nationwide.