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IKEA All the furniture you can eat- Free meal if you make a purchase

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Enjoy a weeknight meal* in the IKEA Restaurant & Café and we’ll take the total cost of your meal off any purchase you make in store. Just got this email but don't know about minimum or maximum … Read More
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2m, 3d agoFound 2 months, 3 days ago
Enjoy a weeknight meal* in the IKEA Restaurant & Café and we’ll take the total cost of your meal off any purchase you make in store.

Just got this email but don't know about minimum or maximum spend. Hopefully someone can confirm once used.

T&Cs-
*Offer valid from 20/03/17 to 14/04/17 after 4.30pm Monday to Friday (inclusive). Offer available for IKEA FAMILY members only. Offer valid in all stores excluding IKEA Warrington, and the Aberdeen, Birmingham, Norwich and Westfield Stratford City Order and Collection Points. Offer entitles you to the value you spend in IKEA Restaurant off any home furnishing product in-store only and cannot be used towards purchases from IKEA Shop Online, IKEA Swedish Food Market, IKEA gift cards, IKEA Bistro, or IKEA services including but not limited to Home Delivery, Installation, Assembly, and Kitchen Planning. Offer can only be redeemed once per customer, per purchase on the same day (the date on your IKEA Restaurant receipt). Your IKEA Restaurant receipt must be handed over at the time of purchase at the IKEA check-outs along with your IKEA FAMILY card. This offer is not in conjunction with any other promotional offer or discount. Your IKEA Restaurant receipt is non-refundable and non-transferable. Your IKEA Restaurant receipt cannot be redeemed for cash and it has no cash value. No change will be given even where your purchase is less than the value of your IKEA Restaurant receipt. IKEA Limited reserves the right to refuse any IKEA Restaurant receipt that we reasonably believe has not been validly obtained or has been obtained fraudulently. All returns subject to the current returns policy, however any refunds will take this offer into account. Your statutory rights are unaffected. IKEA reserves the right to withdraw or amend this promotion as necessary due to circumstances outside our reasonable control. Your IKEA Restaurant receipt is and remains the property of IKEA Limited at all times and will be retained by us as proof of discount on your purchase in accordance with this offer.
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38 Likes
Now how do i convince the Mrs that this would be the perfect day out for our wedding anniversary;-)
16 Likes
parvatik
Now how do i convince the Mrs that this would be the perfect day out for our wedding anniversary;-)

Tell her you need a new desk so you can practice 50 shades of grey
14 Likes
knack
Terms are very clear. Eg. If you bought 50 cans of juice at £1.50 each you'd get £75 off your shopping.

They are clear but it seems open to abuse. For instance you could feed all the homeless people in the area assuming you were buying something expensive in the store. Homeless charities could take homeless people, feed them; buy something to cover the cost of the meal and sell the item afterwards. Thereby overall not costing them much to provide food and drink.

It is interesting they haven't put a limit on restaurant spend in the T&Cs.

Child: I want to have my party in McDs
Parents: No we are taking you and your friends to Ikea. We need to buy a new bed, mattress and wardrobes. Don't worry you can all still have fries and dessert

X)

Edited By: thetarget on Mar 21, 2017 00:15
7 Likes
Trumpet777
did they say whether there was any limit please? Could I take the whole family and use that?!

No, you can't trade in your family against the cost of furniture.

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1 Like #1
So you can buy pretty much anything for your home, it doesn't have to be furniture
1 Like #2
sandrabear
So you can buy pretty much anything for your home, it doesn't have to be furniture

I guess yes
Offer entitles you to the value you spend in IKEA Restaurant off any home furnishing product in-store only and cannot be used towards purchases from IKEA Shop Online, IKEA Swedish Food Market, IKEA gift cards, IKEA Bistro, or IKEA services including but not limited to Home Delivery, Installation, Assembly, and Kitchen Planning.
4 Likes #3
Eat **** and get the price of the **** deducted from the furniture ****.
38 Likes #4
Now how do i convince the Mrs that this would be the perfect day out for our wedding anniversary;-)
1 Like #5
I wonder what they class as a meal? I mean you could turn it into a mega feast if you buy everything you wany in one go. Unless they really mean 1 starter, 1 main, 1 side, 1 dessert, a drink and a coffee/tea/hot chocolate.

Otherwise a good way to feed your family. As long as you are buying something costing a few pounds in store.
1 Like #6
thetarget
I wonder what they class as a meal? I mean you could turn it into a mega feast if you buy everything you wany in one go. Unless they really mean 1 starter, 1 main, 1 side, 1 dessert, a drink and a coffee/tea/hot chocolate.
Otherwise a good way to feed your family. As long as you are buying something costing a few pounds in store.

last time i bulked out my meal with several bags of mini daim bars and bottles of alcohol
#7
thetarget
I wonder what they class as a meal? I mean you could turn it into a mega feast if you buy everything you wany in one go. Unless they really mean 1 starter, 1 main, 1 side, 1 dessert, a drink and a coffee/tea/hot chocolate.
Otherwise a good way to feed your family. As long as you are buying something costing a few pounds in store.
Terms are very clear. Eg. If you bought 50 cans of juice at £1.50 each you'd get £75 off your shopping.
banned 1 Like #8
Cold

Anyone thinking they can buy as much food as they like are being more than a tad misguided
#9
YouDontWantToKnow
Cold
Anyone thinking they can buy as much food as they like are being more than a tad misguided

why is that?
14 Likes #10
knack
Terms are very clear. Eg. If you bought 50 cans of juice at £1.50 each you'd get £75 off your shopping.

They are clear but it seems open to abuse. For instance you could feed all the homeless people in the area assuming you were buying something expensive in the store. Homeless charities could take homeless people, feed them; buy something to cover the cost of the meal and sell the item afterwards. Thereby overall not costing them much to provide food and drink.

It is interesting they haven't put a limit on restaurant spend in the T&Cs.

Child: I want to have my party in McDs
Parents: No we are taking you and your friends to Ikea. We need to buy a new bed, mattress and wardrobes. Don't worry you can all still have fries and dessert

X)

Edited By: thetarget on Mar 21, 2017 00:15
3 Likes #11
It says "purchase A meal" (_;)
#12
thetarget
knack
Terms are very clear. Eg. If you bought 50 cans of juice at £1.50 each you'd get £75 off your shopping.
They are clear but it seems open to abuse. For instance you could feed all the homeless people in the area assuming you were buying something expensive in the store. Homeless charities could take homeless people, feed them; buy something to cover the cost of the meal and sell the item afterwards. Thereby overall not costing them much to provide food and drink.
It is interesting they haven't put a limit on restaurant spend in the T&Cs.
Child: I want to have my party in McDs
Parents: No we are taking you and your friends to Ikea. We need to buy a new bed, mattress and wardrobes. Don't worry you can all still have fries and dessertX)
I agree and I expect the restaurants will refuse the sale if you attempt to purchase vast amounts which are obviously not going to be consumed there and then. A published transaction/person limit would have at least made things easier for staff!
#13
"Offer can only be redeemed once per customer, per purchase on the same day (the date on your IKEA Restaurant receipt)." - so can I got back the next day and do it again?
16 Likes #14
parvatik
Now how do i convince the Mrs that this would be the perfect day out for our wedding anniversary;-)

Tell her you need a new desk so you can practice 50 shades of grey
#15
flamethrower
It says "purchase A meal" (_;)

and next to that is an asterisk that takes you to the T&Cs that say "Offer entitles you to the value you spend in IKEA Restaurant off any home furnishing product in-store"

The word "meal" is not mentioned in the T&Cs at all
#16
ArthurDent1
"Offer can only be redeemed once per customer, per purchase on the same day (the date on your IKEA Restaurant receipt)." - so can I got back the next day and do it again?

seems liike.

This seems much better than previous times when you had to redeem your voucher weeks after your restaurant visit.
1 Like #17
aau1
YouDontWantToKnow
Cold
Anyone thinking they can buy as much food as they like are being more than a tad misguided
why is that?

You don't want to know.
#18
parvatik
Now how do i convince the Mrs that this would be the perfect day out for our wedding anniversary;-)


Let her choose furniture as you 'gift' and eat whatever you want for free as se will spend a lot.
#19
Ego-X
aau1
YouDontWantToKnow
Cold
Anyone thinking they can buy as much food as they like are being more than a tad misguided
why is that?

You don't want to know.



Having successfully done this in the past i really would like to know. Unless you don't know what you're talking about....?
2 Likes #20
aau1
Ego-X
aau1
YouDontWantToKnow
Cold
Anyone thinking they can buy as much food as they like are being more than a tad misguided
why is that?
You don't want to know.
Having successfully done this in the past i really would like to know. Unless you don't know what you're talking about....?

It's best you don't know..
3 Likes #21
Just spoke to IKEA Head Ofice in Stockholm, the free food entitlement is only applicable TO Carrots and Out of date Sausages
1 Like #22
aau1
Ego-X
aau1
YouDontWantToKnow
Cold
Anyone thinking they can buy as much food as they like are being more than a tad misguided
why is that?
You don't want to know.
Having successfully done this in the past i really would like to know. Unless you don't know what you're talking about....?

:) It's called humour - read post #8 and Ego-X's reply and then sigh slowly ;)

Edited By: djolltax on Mar 21, 2017 12:37: Clarification
#23
Wonderful. Will pop in everyday.........
2 Likes #24
Free food? I'm on that faster than I'm on arsenal fan tv after they lose a game
#25
It won't let me join with a family membership online.
#26
I rang ikea as I wanted to confirm t&cs before embarrassing myself and the lady said this wasn't true. Then I went on their site and its there in black and white.
What I want/need to know is.....basically if I spent eg £30 in the restaurant after 4.30pm I would definitely get it off my purchase? ? So confused now
1 Like #27
AR03

Offer valid in all stores excluding IKEA Warrington

Wonder why the Warrington store is excluded
1 Like #29
Free food is my love, thanks, hot add.
#30
cochon
AR03

Offer valid in all stores excluding IKEA Warrington
Wonder why the Warrington store is excluded
Previous threads confirmed that IKEA stores all are franchise from IKEA themselves - some tax reason I am sure. That IKEA may not be owned by the owner of the rest of the UK IKEAs.
1 Like #31
Cold as Warrington store not included.
#32
parvatik
Now how do i convince the Mrs that this would be the perfect day out for our wedding anniversary;-)
Lol we'd be the perfect pair. My hub didn't think it was a good idea to eat at Ikea for his bday!
#33
Damn, we're planning to go to the Warrington store this evening.

I would go to the Ashton-Under-Lyme store but then my wife would insist we went to Five Guys instead and it would end up costing even more. oO
2 Likes #34
djolltax
aau1
Ego-X
aau1
YouDontWantToKnow
Cold
Anyone thinking they can buy as much food as they like are being more than a tad misguided
why is that?
You don't want to know.
Having successfully done this in the past i really would like to know. Unless you don't know what you're talking about....?
:) It's called humour - read post #8 and aau1's reply and then sigh slowly ;)
Can I book you for childrens party? I don't get the joke but I'm sure 15 three year olds will.
No seriously I need someone to entertain at the party and the piñata has got lost in the post but we have an old broom handle we could improvise with.
#35
garethsmith72
cochon
AR03

Offer valid in all stores excluding IKEA Warrington
Wonder why the Warrington store is excluded
Previous threads confirmed that IKEA stores all are franchise from IKEA themselves - some tax reason I am sure. That IKEA may not be owned by the owner of the rest of the UK IKEAs.
http://franchisor.ikea.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Franchisee-slide-MASTER_749px.jpg
#36
the beef rib is really tasty, if anyone interested.
#37
What a great idea, mark the catalogue codes, get all the kids and other half together and a friend/s, buy them all dinner at IKEA and you go shopping whilst they eat, get discount and get everyone to go home. Not a bad way to entertain all mid week one evening & you get your IKEA purchases (and a hot dog on the way home lol). Not that I would do the 120 miles round trip but handy for those with a Ikea closer. Heat.
2 Likes #38
chenzz
the beef rib is really tasty, if anyone interested.

kinobestew123
Damn, we're planning to go to the Warrington store this evening.

I would go to the Ashton-Under-Lyme store but then my wife would insist we went to Five Guys instead and it would end up costing even more. oO
The wife prefers five guys over a freebie ? Married the wrong one there!
#39
Damien13gr
Cold as Warrington store not included.
Does Warrington by nature not do FAMILY ?
#40
msefan
parvatik
Now how do i convince the Mrs that this would be the perfect day out for our wedding anniversary;-)
Lol we'd be the perfect pair. My hub didn't think it was a good idea to eat at Ikea for his bday!
He might not like the idea he's getting nowt either now though! X)

I don't know but if I got the offer to eat at ikea and a voucher to spend there of the same amount I would be quite happy :) #smallthings


I'd just make sure I 'sampled' quite a few things off the menu ;)


Edited By: seaniboy on Mar 21, 2017 13:34

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