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Saturday, April 8, 2006
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What's Not To Like?
Great Designs, great prices, brand spanking new out of the box and you assembled it yourself!!!!! Plenty of parking, no rummaging through youth dew and moth ball scented used stuff. At their prices anyone can afford decent quality long lasting stuff at any price range. TAKES some brainpower and imagination but you CAN come away with a unique style all your own.... and did i mention it's NEW?????

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Pros: Design, Price, Value
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Recommended: Yes
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Tuesday, July 5, 2005
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IKEA--- by Margaret B. at InsiderPages
This is the best retail store --there are great room set-ups,,for each category and so many sales,,the food area always has a line--for their outstanding foods--plenty of parking,very helpful-knowledgeable staff who take you to the area that is in question,,great marketing exhibited here---what a Big Display of the great furniture and all accessories..to complete your room,...

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Tuesday, May 17, 2005
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Great place to find furniture!
IKEA has a great selection of furniture and other home goods (like dishes, pans, glasses, etc) at very reasonable prices. Even if you are not looking to buy furniture, if you go you will most likely find something to buy. They also have a food court with very good (and very inexpensive food). IKEA is also good for people with children because they have something called Smaland where kids can play while their parents shop. (I'm not sure how old the children have to be).

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Monday, May 16, 2005
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A Large selection and a lot of fun by C. T. at InsiderPages
Even if you are not interested in buying any furniture, Ikea is a fun place to visit. There are 2 floors. First you have the showroom which has various pieces of furniture and furnishing in room settings. Then downstairs you have the huge area where you actually pick up the things you want to buy. They have tons of things. They have an as-is room which you absolutely should check out. You can get a good deal on slightly damaged items and they also have pieces of wood very cheap which you can buy and create your own furniture! They also have a restaurant, a coffee bar, and a place to buy Swedish foods. Don't worry if it's raining because they have a parking garage. You also take a moving walking to the garage.

PROS: Good prices, great selection, lot's to do
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Friday, February 7, 2003
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Good for what it is
What is it? Cheap and stylish. IKEA offers style to those budget conscious. Best for young people who need/want to fill entire apartments at once. the prices are good but the quality is low. Mind you it's better than Wal-Mart but it hardly qualifies as furniture. Personally, I would rather spend more and have less in quantity than shop here. But if its quantity you want, stop here.

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