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IKEA Has a Huge Celebratory Sale Starting Today

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IKEA is clearly in a celebratory mood after opening its 46th store, and we can't wait to rejoice with them. In honor of the company's newest location opening in Jacksonville, Florida, IKEA is having major sales from November 8 to 19 in all its TK stores.

The first set of deals kicks off on November 8 and includes two big markdowns that any IKEA fan would be sad to miss out on. The beautiful BILLY bookcase, which usually retails for $79, is selling for just $49. And if you're not in the market to buy furniture right now, the store's iconic meatballs, which usually sell for $8 or $9 apiece, are selling for $20 for three bags of them. Sure, they may be frozen, but they're ready for you to warm up and delight in once you get home.

As much as we adore those meatballs (and okay, we guess the bookcase, too), the second wave of deals might be even sweeter. Starting on November 11, the store is having a special "IKEA Make Room for Celebration," which includes exclusive savings offers, hands-on workshops and activities, and giveaways. Some highlights? You can take $25 off any $150 in-store purchases, and $5 off any $25 in-store purchase in the Swedish Food Market (is that just us, or do we hear those famous meatballs calling our names yet again?).

Though the big celebration ends on November 12, some deals will extend all the way until November 19, such as 20 percent off the upholstered dining chairs and 20 percent off the SMABROD roasting pan (sounds like stuff that could definitely come in handy during the holidays).

We don't know about you, but we think getting the chance to save some serious cash on high-quality home goods is always a cause for celebration!

Here's how to keep your house nice and toasty warm during the colder months:

h/t Travel and Leisure

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