We love IKEA for its Scandinavian style and great prices, and today, it's about to get even more affordable. To celebrate the Swedish retailer's 46th store in the United States (this one is in Jacksonville, Florida), one of their most popular products of all time is on sale.
It's the BILLY bookcase! Designed by Gillis Lundgren (the company's fourth ever employee), IKEA makes 25,000 of the simple staple every day. Endlessly hackable and already affordable at $69, for today only, the tall BILLY is $49 in stores and online. The online discount will appear in your cart, and the deal is only good on Wednesday, November 8 for white, birch veneer, ash veneer, and black brown models.
For more behinds the scenes on BILLY, check out the video of our own Maxwell Ryan touring the Swedish factory that produces every single bookcase.
Some favorite BILLY hacks:
- How To Hack Sliding Doors for IKEA BILLY Bookcases
- Upgrade Your Billy Bookcase With A Fun Industrial Look
- Before & After: A Beautiful Billy Bookcase Hack You Can Try At Home
- The IKEA Product That's a Closet Secret Weapon
Love a good hack? Check out Jules Yap's new book:
IKEA's famous meatballs are also on sale today (in-store only), with three bags for $20 (normally $8 to $9 each).
If you're all set on book storage and meatballs, IKEA has some other sales happening this weekend. On November 11 and 12, get $25 off any $150 in-store purchases and $5 off any $25 in-store purchase in the Swedish Food Market.
Additional deals run through November 19 (and are valid for any qualifying items online), including 20 percent off HEMNES, 20 percent off upholstered dining chairs, 20 percent off the SMABROD roasting pan, and percent off FENOMEN candles.