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Home furnishing store IKEA begins its part sale for the year
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Jun '08
IKEA, the number one global household name for home furniture and furnishings solutions has announced the start of the eagerly awaited part sale that will run until July 31 2008.

Mile Franicevic, General Manager, IKEA, UAE stated:" We recently experienced record numbers accumulating to over 20,000 customers visiting the store on Fridays. Now with the popularity of the part sale we expect that figure to reach the 30,000 mark."

The popularity of the annual part sale stems from the availability of even lower prices on the already cost effective furniture solutions while IKEA clears space for the new 2009 product range. Unlike other home furnishing stores, IKEA is able to guarantee low prices all year round despite rising market costs. Those prices stated in the catalogue do not fluctuate throughout year so customers don't have to wait for seasonal reductions to obtain affordable furniture.

IKEA is a member of the Al-Futtaim Group and currently has two outlets in the UAE, one at the Dubai Festival City and the second at Marina Mall in Abu Dhabi. The Dubai Festival City store is open from 10am to 10pm, Saturday - Wednesday and from 10am to midnight Thursday and Friday. IKEA at Marina Mall is open from 10am to 10pm from Saturday to Thursday and 1pm to 10 pm on Fridays.

Al-Futtaim Group


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