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Here’s how to win an IKEA sleepover next month

Is a sleepover at an IKEA showroom on your bucket list?

Here’s your chance to check it off without risking arrest.

Following the footsteps of many IKEA stores around the world, (the latest being IKEA Korea) IKEA USA is finally giving IKEA Family members the chance to win a fun overnighter.

Sadly, it’s not a nationwide event, but only at IKEA Brooklyn and IKEA Costa Mesa.

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The IKEA Swede Dreams Sleepover takes place in conjunction with World Sleep Day on Friday, March 13, 2020.

IKEA’s slumber party promises to be anything but a snooze fest. The night will feature unique sleep themed activities including ASMR experiences, a Silent Disco and sleep workshops. There’s even an insomniac lounge with movies for the night owl.

Plus, the winner gets to bring a friend to join in the fun! With a swag bag thrown in for both.

IKEA Swede Dreams Sleepover Registration starts now

Registration for the raffle starts today and ends Feb 23. You’ll need to be a member of the IKEA Family to take part.

20 randomly chosen winners will be contacted starting the week of Feb. 24.

To be one of the lucky ones to win this once in a lifetime opportunity, fill out the form on IKEA Swede Dreams. No purchase needed.

Besides the sleepover, you can also take part in the IKEA After Dark Sleep Festival on February 22 from 3:00pm – 9:00pm where you can discover new ways to save your sleep, fun workshops and enjoy a Swedish Big Breakfast for dinner at the IKEA Restaurant.


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IKEA is no stranger to sleep research, having dabbled with ASMR, a sleep podcast and even Slow TV. All in the hope of helping the tired, weary and sleep-deprived among us.

So is this latest Sleepover event. But will the winners really get some zzz?

Somehow, Aerosmith comes to mind.

“Don’t want to close my eyes
I don’t want to fall asleep
‘Cause I’d miss you baby
And I don’t want to miss a thing.”