IKEA can be a very daunting place especially if it's your first time inside.
You really need to brace yourself for it.
But, if you kind of know what you're looking for before you head in, you can really make the most of your big day out.
And if you have this one item in your home, you could be thanking your lucky stars in years to come that you decided to pick this up on that crazy day of shopping.
Sure, it looks like a pretty standard three-legged wooden table but the table which was part of IKEA's "re-imagined classics collection" is going to be worth a whopper in years to come.
First released in 1956, Swedish auction site Barnebys are saying that it “wouldn’t be surprising” if the €50 table went for as much as €1,100 – £1,900 in 2030 or even over €5k by 2040,
“Selling for thousands at some of Sweden’s leading auction houses, the LÖVBACKEN has become a collectible for the most discerning of furniture experts," the auction site said on its website.
For the sake of €50, it's definitely worth the purchase considering you might make a thousand times the price back in profit in 20 years.