Self-assembly furniture conglomerate Ikea has announced the extension of its online service in Mexico to include home delivery to addresses in greater Guadalajara, Puerto Vallarta and some other Jalisco locations.
The Swedish company opened its first store in Mexico in the capital on April 8 in the Oceania shopping mall.
Says Ikea on its website: “Check our delivery areas in CDMX and some municipalities in the State of Mexico, Hidalgo, Jalisco, Morelos, Puebla, Querétaro and Tlaxcala.”
Customers can enter their postal code in a box on the website to check for available delivery methods and prices.
If the zip code does not return results, it is because Ikea does not have delivery services in that area.
Delivery costs vary on the dimensions of the products ordered, as well as the location. For example, for an address in Zapopan, Ikea charges 100 pesos for a parcel delivery, 250 pesos for click and collect and 600 pesos for a truck delivery.
The website provides additional details about what kind of products pertain to each category of delivery.
Ikea also offers delivery of pre-assembled merchandise at an additional cost.
For more details and to see Ikea’s product range in Mexico (in English), go to ikea.com/mx/en.