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Here's What You Can Expect From IKEA's Online Store Test Run

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Photography: (L to R) SHUTTERSTOCK/monticello, FACEBOOK/IKEAPhilippinesOfficial

IKEA fans, we're almost there! The Swedish home improvement brand's online store is open—but on limited capacty. This means you can add to cart, and yes, check out your IKEA items. The catch is that the team is still refining the process, so expect a few hiccips along the way.

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To make things easier, the store shared a step-by-step guide on how to go about it.

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The IKEA PH team is active on their Facebook page to answer any of your questions as well as to help you with the process. Just remember that your IKEA Family account is different from your IKEA website log-in details, so best make another for the online store. 

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