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IKEA Croatia Prices Revealed – Some Items Cheaper than in Austria and Italy

Ikea2The long-awaited arrival of IKEA in Croatia is now only days away, after it was announced that IKEA would open its first store in the country in Zagreb on 21 August. The first product catalogue was presented to media today, and it seems that prices in Croatia will be cheaper than those at IKEA stores in Austria and Italy…

More than 9,500 SKU’s will occupy 38,000 square metres of shop space when IKEA opens in just over 3 weeks, and here are some of the items, and price comparisons, that shoppers can expect.

Children's bed: Price: Austria: 129 eura (982 kuna) Italy: 135 eura (1.028 kuna) Croatia: 998 kn

Children’s bed: Price: Austria: 129 euro (982 kuna) Italy: 135 euro (1.028 kuna) Croatia: 998 kn

Table: Price: Austria: 7,99 eura (60,96 kn) Italy: 7,99 eura (60,96 kn) Croatia: 49,90 kn

Table: Price: Austria: 7,99 euro (60,96 kn) Italy: 7,99 euro (60,96 kn) Croatia: 49,90 kn

Rug: Prices: Austria: 39,99 euro (304 kn) Italy: 39,99 euro (304 kn) Croatia: 249 kn

Rug: Prices: Austria: 39,99 euro (304 kn) Italy: 39,99 euro (304 kn) Croatia: 249 kn

Set of 8 draws: Prices: Austria: 259 euro (1.973 kn) Italy: 259 euro (1.973 kn) Croatia: 1.949 kn

Set of 8 draws: Prices: Austria: 259 euro (1.973 kn) Italy: 259 euro (1.973 kn) Croatia: 1.949 kn

Couch: Prices: Austria: 1099 euro (8.374 kn) Italy: 999 euro (7.612 kn) Croatia: 11.999 kn

Couch: Prices: Austria: 1099 euro (8.374 kn) Italy: 999 euro (7.612 kn) Croatia: 11.999 kn

Chair: Prices: Austria: 299 euro (2.278 kn) Italy: 359 euro (2.735 kn) Croatia: 2.499 kn

Chair: Prices: Austria: 299 euro (2.278 kn) Italy: 359 euro (2.735 kn) Croatia: 2.499 kn

Drawer: Prices: Austria: 199 euro (1.516 kn) Italy: 199 euro (1.516 kn) Croatia: 1499 kn

Drawer: Prices: Austria: 199 euro (1.516 kn) Italy: 199 euro (1.516 kn) Croatia: 1499 kn

Kallax Regal: Prices: Austria: 29,99 euro (228 kn)Italy: 39,99 euro (304 kn) Croatia: 299 kn

Kallax Regal: Prices: Austria: 29,99 euro (228 kn)Italy: 39,99 euro (304 kn) Croatia: 299 kn

Pull-out couch: Prices: Austria: 899 euro (6.850 kn) Italy: 819 euro (6.240 kn) Croatia: 5.299 kn

Pull-out couch: Prices: Austria: 899 euro (6.850 kn) Italy: 819 euro (6.240 kn) Croatia: 5.299 kn

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