IKEA charges

Ramp has processed transactions for IKEA.

You might see IKEA listed on your credit card statement as:
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IKEA could appear on your statement as:

What is IKEA?

IKEA is a multinational furniture and home furnishings company known for its ready-to-assemble furniture, kitchen appliances, and home accessories. With a wide range of products, IKEA aims to provide affordable and functional solutions for every room in the home. Founded in Sweden in 1943, IKEA has expanded globally and operates over 400 stores in more than 50 countries.

  1. Furniture: IKEA offers a wide selection of furniture for every room in the house, including sofas, beds, tables, and storage solutions.
  2. Kitchen Appliances: IKEA provides a range of kitchen appliances such as stoves, refrigerators, dishwashers, and microwaves to help customers create their dream kitchens.
  3. Home Accessories: From lighting fixtures to throw pillows, IKEA offers a variety of home accessories that add style and functionality to any living space.
  4. Textiles: IKEA sells a range of textiles, including curtains, rugs, and bedding, to help customers personalize their homes and create a cozy atmosphere.
  5. Décor and Organization: With a wide selection of wall art, decorative items, and storage solutions, IKEA helps customers add the finishing touches to their homes and stay organized.
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