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IKEA Philippines activates Scan and Shop at SM City Batangas

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IN line with its mission to provide a better everyday life to the many Filipinos, IKEA Philippines activates its first-ever QR Shop in SM City Batangas.

The IKEA Scan and Shop aims to bring its range of affordable and sustainable home furnishing to the many Filipinos, particularly to potential customers in the Southern Luzon city of Batangas.

Apart from building brand awareness, it’s also a fun and interactive way to make the IKEA range accessible to more Filipinos thru e-commerce— encouraging people to buy products without having to go to IKEA Pasay City.

Batanguenos can now start adding to cart their favorite IKEA items with the following delivery options when they shop at IKEA.ph. Parcel delivery starts at P350 with orders up to a weight of 30kg and truck delivery for select cities in Batangas that starts at P1,800. Collection Point will also open in September where customers can pick up their online orders.

Visit the IKEA Philippines Scan and Shop at SM City Batangas until August 30. Mall goers can scan IKEA products through digital screens and shop online while enjoying an IKEAfurnished lounge. Easy on-site registration will also be available for those who want to be part of IKEA Family.

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