This Area in IKEA Pasay Sells Furniture Pieces With Minor Imperfections at Lower Prices
They're still very much usable!
IKEA has many times stressed that it's all for less wastage and sustainability. One way that they practice this in-store is by offering furniture pieces and other accessories with minor defects at discounted prices.
Near their check-out counters in their Pasay branch is IKEA's Circular Hub, where you can find cabinets with small scratches, chairs that have chipped paint, and other items that were either displays, or didn't make it through the brand's stringent quality control.
These items are all functional and ready to use, and more often than not, you won't even notice anything wrong with them.
When we got to take a peek into the area during our tour, the items were not yet priced, but our IKEA guide assured us that they're definitely a good bargain.
IKEA Pasay is set to open on November 25.
Want to learn more about what we've seen in advanced tour of the new IKEA Pasay? Read more about it here:
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