Ikea Just Launched Its Own Swedish Meatball-scented Candle — Here's How to Get One

Who goes to Ikea for the furniture?

Fill your home with the savory scent of Swedish meatballs — and you don't even have to know how to cook.

IKEA is known for two things: affordable furniture that you and all your friends had in college — and meatballs. This year, the Swedish home brand is celebrating a decade of its popular IKEA U.S. Family Program with some great deals and a unique souvenir that requires no Allen wrench, no deciphering of instruction booklets, and no at-home assembly whatsoever.

IKEA limited edition HUVUDROLL Meatball scented Candle
Courtesy of IKEA

The IKEA U.S. Family Program is a loyalty program that any customer can enjoy. Members of this program receive access to special offers, rewards, and events. In celebration, the brand is releasing a wide range of special deals plus a home candle that smells exactly like their famous Swedish meatballs which you can try for yourself at an IKEA store near you.

IKEA limited edition HUVUDROLL Meatball scented Candle
Courtesy of IKEA

But if you're not close to a store, this HUVUDROLL meatball-scented candle is the next best thing. During the 10th anniversary event, IKEA Family members can enter the sweepstakes to win the candle between Aug. 6 and Aug. 22, 2021. The candle is part of the limited edition "IKEA Store in a Box," which is an "immersive sensory experience" filled with items to recreate a trip to your local IKEA from the comfort of your own home.

In addition to the "Store in a Box," IKEA Family members can also enjoy special discounts like $50 to $100 off Select BRATHULT sofas; 25 percent off the VARDAGEN beverage dispenser; 15 percent off custom quartz countertops; 20 percent off SPORTSLIG bed & bath textiles, SARAKAJSA Cushions, and select microwaves and ranges, and TYVELSE Rugs; plus 40 percent off SISSIL cushion covers and more.

To enter for the "IKEA Store in a Box" or to grab some special deals, visit the IKEA 10 Years of Family website.

Andrea Romano is a freelance writer in New York City. Follow her on Twitter @theandrearomano.

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