The present General Terms and Conditions of Use (hereinafter, the "Terms ") describes the terms applicable to the services and content offered through the website, which holding company is SARTON CANARIAS, S.A, (hereinafter "IKEA " or "Sarton Canarias S.A ").

How we use cookies

We use cookies at IKEA to improve our service for you. Some of the cookies are strictly necessary for the functionality of the website while others are used to improve your experience of using the website.

  • Analytical Cookies: They collect information on how visitors use the website.
  • Social Cookies: They are necessary for external social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin).
  • Technical and functionality Cookies: These are strictly necessary for the use of the website and the provision of the service.

More specifically we will find on this website:

  • First-party cookies:

    • PHPSESSID This is a first-party cookie. It is essential for providing user with the services requested from page. It is a purely technical cookie that does not store personal user information for further processing.

    • cookies_allowed This cookie is only used to notify with its presence that user has accepted the use of cookies for our web site. This is a technical cookie and does not keep any private information.
  • Third-party cookies:
    • Google analytics( _ga ) It is a third-party cookie (Google Analytics: Its enables the control function of unique visitors. The first time the user accepts use of cookies by our web site through a browser this cookie is installed. When the user re-enters our page with the same browser, the cookie is considered as the same user. Only in the event that the user changes the browser, Google Analytics will consider another user. It is included in every page request data in order to calculate the user's visit for statistical analysis.

    • Google Remarketing ( _utmccn) The function of remarketing or similar audiences of AdWords allows you to reach people who visited your website before and associate a particular audience to a particular message. To achieve this, the pages of our website include a code or remarketing tag to set cookies to determine the type of ads to display to the user based navigation made through the website. Cookies can store settings for people of certain websites and, sometimes, can be used to track how visitors arrive and interact with websites. Further information here

    • DoubleClick This site uses cookies to improve DoubleClick advertising. They are often used to target advertising based on content that is relevant to a user, improve reporting of campaign performance and avoid showing ads the user has already seen. DoubleClick sends a cookie to the browser after any printing, clicking or other activity that results in a call to the server DoubleClick. If your browser accept the cookie, this is stored in it. To disable the DoubleClick cookie's use, click here

    • Google seguimiento de conversiones ( _utmccn) In order to track sales and other conversions ads, Google AdWords add a cookie to the user's computer when it clicks on an ad. This cookie lasts 30 days and does not collect or track information that can identify the user. The Google's conversion cookie tracking can be disabled in the user settings of the Internet browser. Further information here

    • Crazy Egg ( is_returning ) This is a third-party cookie ( and consists of a single data indicating whether the user has visited this page in the last 5 years or not. This page uses Crazy Egg ( to obtain statistical data. This data is not obtained individually but as navigational information from several users. Crazy egg is not designed to collect personal user information or link in any way the information obtained with the specific user that was obtained. For further information about the privacy policy of Crazy Egg and the way it collects and manages information visit

    • Addthis ( __atuvc, di2, dt, loc, uid, uit ) Third-partyies cookies ( and they enable the content to be shared. Collect information about how and from where the page content is shared. This page uses Addthis ( to share in social media. If you wish to have more information about the privacy policies of Addthis and the way in which it collects and handles the information you can visit

    • Youtube ( GEUP, PREF, VISITOR_INFO1_LIFE, YSC ) These are third-party cookies ( use the preferences selected by the user's configuration. They are also responsible to show advertising that is suited to user's interests. This page uses Youtube ( to integrate videos on the Web. For further information about the privacy policy of Youtube and how it collects and manages information visit

    • Vimeo ( __utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmz ) It is a social network based on videos, that allows to share and store digital video so that the users can comment on the each video page. Vimeo stores the users' preferences, oriented to enhance the experience when using the player and allows you to adapt the searches or suggestions to the user's preferences or activity. A series of cookies are used for its function and for the analysis of its usage through google analytics (“__utma”, “__utmb”, “__utmc”, “__utmz”). Among Vimeo's own cookies we can find “aka_debug”, “a” and “pl_volume”. In Vimeo's cookies page ( you will find more information about the purpose of each cookie Vimeo uses.

    • Facebook Pixel Sarton Canarias S.A. uses the third-party tool named Facebook Pixel developed by Facebook with the objective of keeping track of the user in relation to our publications. The information will be processed only for statistical purposes, not carrying out any further processing of this data.

    • APP Inspire, Studio. Inter IKEA Systems B.V. is using Mixpanel collecting analytics data for the purpose of measuring user engagement. 
      Inter IKEA Systems B.V. is using MS Appcenter collecting diagnostic data for the purpose of crash tracking and reporting. You can find more information on the SDK and processing of personal in Inter IKEA Systems B.V.’s Cookies and privacy statement here.

How to delete third-party cookies


If desired, you can disable cookies using a third party provider through the disable page of the Network Advertising Initiative or through your browser:

Examples of use


Cookies are used to improve certain services, for example:

  • Enabling the functionality of some specific services like payment which will not work without those cookies.
  • Enabling a service to recognize your device so you don't have to give the same information several times during one task.
  • Measuring how many people are using services, so they can be made easier to use and to ensure that there's enough capacity to ensure they are fast.
  • Analyzing data to help us understand how you use online services so we can improve them.

If you choose not to use cookies during your visit, certain functions and pages will not work as expected. As an example you will not be able to use the shopping list feature.

If you want to delete any cookies already on your computer, please click “Help” in your browser menu to see instructions.

You can also find out more about cookies and how to delete and control them on (English) or at the "Help" menu of the browser.