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Why did IKEA stop accepting credit card applications? Now when I need to buy a kitchen, I would certainly buy it with their card.

Answered on | Updated on April 20th, 2015
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IKEA stopped accepting new application in 2011 because they were no longer able to offer low-cost financing options to their customers. All previously issued IKEA credit cards were also closed by 2011. However, even though IKEA credit cards for US consumers no longer exist, you still can finance your IKEA purchases using a regular credit card issued by a major bank. IKEA accepts all types of payment, including credit cards.

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