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Ikea blue carrier bags reduced from 48p to 1p for family card holders.
seen them in bristol
EDIT: they are 18x35 with wood handles (not the normal ones, see page 2 for picture)
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#1
it is 40p online
#2
I bought 24 when I moved house! They were great and useful after the move as well!
#3
haq;8770055
it is 40p online

not this one.
#4
these are great for taking garden waste to the dump rather than buying disposable and easily ripped garden sacks
#5
ezman
these are great for taking garden waste to the dump rather than buying disposable and easily ripped garden sacks


Yep I agree with that.:thumbsup:
#6
I use them for washing!
#7
AnotherRandom
I use them for washing!


I use soap, but gonna give these babies a try :p
#8
Is this nationwide?
#9
Are they not free? Last time I went I just picked them up thinking they were free...
#10
I got this info sent in a family cardholder email today.
#11
guv
No. Ikea. :thumbsup:


Really? I will ask the question again and ignore the smartarse who has had a can of stella and a packet of wine gums. Are Ikea Family offers regionalised or do all stores have the same offers throughout the country?!
1 Like #12
Ikea family offers should be the same in all stores but family offers only apply if you have the familycard which can be got in store or you can join online.
#13
OP you could have just said, buy 1 get 47 free!
#14
i was there today & usual till trouble - waited for ages, eventually got served, but thought i'd save on 48p and laid all the small items on top of my other £280 purchases flatpacks - typical pah! my family card wasn't asked for anywhere [even in ice cream place] i had to go back and get my 16p change - sometimes, only rarely, would it be nice for them to take leaf out of Tesco's book and constantly ask if you have ......... card.
#15
mo_132
Are they not free? Last time I went I just picked them up thinking they were free...


LOL - now that is a deal!! :oops:
#16
guv
Oh Santa.... That wasn't very nice. Not much yo ho ho from you is there! :cry:


I thought you were funny :)
#17
So much for saving the planet:whistling:
#18
What's a family card?
#19
Good for planting potatoes in too
#20
They are very handy and as I will be moving very soon I should get my hands on some. :thumbsup:
#21
They're basically good for everything!!
Do you reckon there'll be a realistic limit on the number of bags per customer? I'm sure they wouldn't let you spend a £1 and take 100 bags off their hands!!
#22
These aren't the normal carrier bags by the tills, they are little ones with wooden handles, at Southampton they were in the main entrance. Doesn't seem to be any limit on purchases too :-D

here is (or should be) the email they sent about it:
http://t.ikea.co.uk/8ZA-6D80-33YKR7B5C/cr.aspx
#23
fiyero
These aren't the normal carrier bags by the tills, they are little ones with wooden handles, at Southampton they were in the main entrance. Doesn't seem to be any limit on purchases too :-D

here is (or should be) the email they sent about it:
http://t.ikea.co.uk/8ZA-6D80-33YKR7B5C/cr.aspx


thats the one
http://familyrewards.ikea.co.uk/assets/2010/100603-national/Hero/hero_uk-img.jpg
#24
What I didn't really say is that I think they are great little bags, I got 3 of them :)
#25
nalla
I use soap, but gonna give these babies a try :p


nice one dude
1 Like #26
freccle
Good for planting potatoes in too


Spot on.

For those that need some advice on how to use these.

Get some bags, punch some star shaped holes in the bottom with a sharp knife and put in 8 inches of compost and then plant your potatoes. You could even put 2 to a bag to get maximum crop if you are only going to grow the spuds as new potatoe sized. Every time the leaves come through 6 inches chuck some more compost in loosely. This makes the plant push out more side shoots so you get more spuds per plant. Once you are up to the top with compost just keep watering and you should be able to get anything up to 10lbs of spuds per bag. You do not need to use any plant food when watering.

Once you have cropped your spuds empty the compost into an old bin, add some veg peelings ( including your potatoe ones!) and it will be ready for next year. Wash your bags out and put them away until next year and start the process over again.

The advantage is that it helps to keep crawling pests off the plants, you can move them around if you put them on your patio, it is easy to crop your spuds and they all go away at the end of the year so no ugly mess.

We bought quite a few spiral collapsing bags in one of the cheap pound shops some time ago that we do the same thing with. Our potatoes are already a foot taller than the bags! Can't wait to taste them. :thumbsup:

Hope this helps someone.

Ian.
#27
Anyone know if there 1p in Cardiff store, Moving house so they will be handy (if there a gd size)
Never seen this style in cardiff tho
#28
Saint Nick
Really? I will ask the question again and ignore the smartarse who has had a can of stella and a packet of wine gums. Are Ikea Family offers regionalised or do all stores have the same offers throughout the country?!

Hahaha!

Can't believe you got offended by what he written.

:-D
#29
Just came back from Ikea now in Edmonton, They guy at the counter just gave us the bag for free. Not bad at all lol.
#30
Great deal, I use them as condoms:whistling:
#31
[QUOTE=guv]
I'm still trying to work out what a family card is! Cant make head or tail on their website.

They have a small range of stuff that is discounted if you sign up for their 'family card'. You do not need to have a family to sign up for one. The range includes luggage, cleaning/washing/showering products, pajamas, dressing gowns, books, safety equipment, and some other selected items that they do offers on - you only get the discount if you have a card.

By holding a family card they get your details and send you offers by post/email and a copy of their family magazine and annual catalogue. I'm still getting through the bottles of mouthwash that they did as a family card offer - £3.49 reduced to 49p.

You get free tea and coffee in the cafe on weekdays too if I remember rightly. I think there was a donation to charity and you get more discount vouchers if you spend more though how this works isn't clear - you just get some cupons through the post. Quite good really, you can even print a replacement card if you lose yours.
#32
I'm presuming that the 18 x 35 refers to inches rather than cm...bit odd for a european country to be using inches??!!

...if it is cm then it's tiny!!!
#33
Krinkle
... ...if it is cm then it's tiny!!!


Could be CM, as Gez777 is using 'em as condoms! :whistling:
#34
PeteM1966
Could be CM, as Gez777 is using 'em as condoms! :whistling:


surely it was mm not cm :whistling:
#35
The idea of even shopping in Ikea makes me itch. A very smelly-bum kinda place.

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