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IKEA SALE + 10% OFF IKEA FAMILY MEMBERS ( IN STORE ONLY)

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Join us Thursday 22nd June - Sunday 9th July for our Summer Sale. Browse a selection of some our fantastic offers we have available. Visit us in store to see more. IKEA FAMILY members get an extra Read More
Join us Thursday 22nd June - Sunday 9th July for our Summer Sale. Browse a selection of some our fantastic offers we have available. Visit us in store to see more. IKEA FAMILY members get an extra
apostolionel91 Avatar1w, 1h agoFound 1 week, 1 hour ago19 Comments
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full length mirror for £12 at Ashton branch. . seemed like a deal.. especially with family members getting another 10% off
BigPro
I have been to the Bristol store today, there was next to nothing in the sale - just the odd item which not many people would want. I bought a few products while there but none of the sale items.Store was VERY busy and wasn't easy to move around. The other issue I had was they did not have any of the big bags of mini Dime(or Daim if you like the new word) bars!!!! This is one of the best products that Ikea sell and they had none at all.


I couldn't find the mini dimes either they just had bags if "Swedish fish" by the till
BigPro
I have been to the Bristol store today, there was next to nothing in the sale - just the odd item which not many people would want. I bought a few products while there but none of the sale items.

Store was VERY busy and wasn't easy to move around. The other issue I had was they did not have any of the big bags of mini Dime(or Daim if you like the new word) bars!!!! This is one of the best products that Ikea sell and they had none at all.


I couldn't find the mini dimes either they just had bags if "Swedish fish" by the till
Went lakeside the weekend it was a bit pants tbf
I have been to the Bristol store today, there was next to nothing in the sale - just the odd item which not many people would want. I bought a few products while there but none of the sale items.

Store was VERY busy and wasn't easy to move around. The other issue I had was they did not have any of the big bags of mini Dime(or Daim if you like the new word) bars!!!! This is one of the best products that Ikea sell and they had none at all.
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Ikea Sale - In store only from 22nd June plus 10% of for Ikea Family members

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SALE COMING SOON IKEA FAMILY members get an extra 10% off sale prices In store only from the 22nd June - 9th July Read More
SALE COMING SOON IKEA FAMILY members get an extra 10% off sale prices In store only from the 22nd June - 9th July
florenceij Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago1 Comment
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Not sure why voted cold!
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FREE 25 kg Bags of Rock Salt @ Ikea Tottenham

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went to Ikea Tottenham today, and they have 3 pallets of 25 KG Bags of rock salt outside, with a notice saying, free please help yourself. i got 1 bag, and there must be around 200 left Read More
went to Ikea Tottenham today, and they have 3 pallets of 25 KG Bags of rock salt outside, with a notice saying, free please help yourself. i got 1 bag, and there must be around 200 left
hairyharry23 Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago15 Comments
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passed by just an hour ago, and all that is left is a bedraggled part pallet of split bags, so unless you have some sacks and a shovel, i think this freebie is over.have a good weekend, and stay solar safe


So di umm offer is no longer available.
passed by just an hour ago, and all that is left is a bedraggled part pallet of split bags, so unless you have some sacks and a shovel, i think this freebie is over.
have a good weekend, and stay solar safe
Master.G
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chips

Rock chips?http://www.lenz-enterprises.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/rock-chips3-8inch.png


and rock salmon.
hairyharry23
hate predictive text, it is Tottenham, not Rotterdam


Oh great - I just spent a fortune booking a ferry crossing.
hate predictive text, it is Tottenham, not Rotterdam
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Edinburgh IKEA free breakfast for IKEA FAMILY MEMBERS SAT SUN in JUNE

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Free 6 item set breakfast Every Saturday & Sunday in June from 9am - 10am. *Offer available in IKEA Edinburgh only. Every Saturday and Sunday in June 2017 from 9am - 10am. One breakfast per IK… Read More
Free 6 item set breakfast Every Saturday & Sunday in June from 9am - 10am. *Offer available in IKEA Edinburgh only. Every Saturday and Sunday in June 2017 from 9am - 10am. One breakfast per IK…
jennypenny Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago2 Comments
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Only 1 per card, so you'll have to get an Ikea Family card for each member of your Ikea family.
HOT but why only one location :(
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Children's play kitchen in Ikea braehead - bargain corner £39.00

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There were a couple of play kitchens in the bargain corner in ikea, braehead tonight. Really nice. If only my kids were smaller! Read More
There were a couple of play kitchens in the bargain corner in ikea, braehead tonight. Really nice. If only my kids were smaller!
zoggomomma Avatar3w, 18h agoFound 3 weeks, 18 hours ago3 Comments
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Might buy one for my ex-wife since she is so crap in the kitchen. She didn't use the cooker for 8 months. We almost died of hunger - SAD!


How about using the kitchen yourself. Or maybe you wouldn't know how it works
Bitbotbang
Might buy one for my ex-wife since she is so crap in the kitchen. She didn't use the cooker for 8 months. We almost died of hunger - SAD!


You could have avoided the near death experience.
Might buy one for my ex-wife since she is so crap in the kitchen. She didn't use the cooker for 8 months. We almost died of hunger - SAD!
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Free 2 week (?) trial of ea access Xbox one

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I had bought a 1 year sub for ea access direct from Microsoft for £19.99 13 days ago but after playing all I wanted to I cancelled and have received a full refund this morning. I'm guessing they hav… Read More
I had bought a 1 year sub for ea access direct from Microsoft for £19.99 13 days ago but after playing all I wanted to I cancelled and have received a full refund this morning. I'm guessing they hav…
Richard_Richard Avatar1m, 4d agoFound 1 month, 4 days ago15 Comments
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The problem is it is NOT bargain hunting.
Well that's an opinion and you're entitled to it.
When I cancelled I fully expected to be charged for a month or have to pay something pro rata but was surprised when I got all of my payment back so thought I'd share the info and I stand by it.
I had intended on staying for the year, I probably should have properly looked at what games are in the vault first before buying though due to only really wanting fifa 17 (this ended up being sold for a tenner by CD keys shortly after, so I could have saved a tenner there).
In any case I'm sure some will use this info to trial it and if they like it then they won't have to cancel.
I think more people are likely to do research into what they're buying before blindly throwing cash away. oO
Aye perhaps I was a little hasty with that, seemed like a cracking deal what with fifa 17 bud, ah well nothing lost and it was worth a trial of it anyway.
Richard_Richard
chezybezy
The problem is it is NOT bargain hunting.
Well that's an opinion and you're entitled to it.
When I cancelled I fully expected to be charged for a month or have to pay something pro rata but was surprised when I got all of my payment back so thought I'd share the info and I stand by it.
I had intended on staying for the year, I probably should have properly looked at what games are in the vault first before buying though due to only really wanting fifa 17 (this ended up being sold for a tenner by CD keys shortly after, so I could have saved a tenner there).
In any case I'm sure some will use this info to trial it and if they like it then they won't have to cancel.


I think more people are likely to do research into what they're buying before blindly throwing cash away. oO
chezybezy
The problem is it is NOT bargain hunting.
Well that's an opinion and you're entitled to it.
When I cancelled I fully expected to be charged for a month or have to pay something pro rata but was surprised when I got all of my payment back so thought I'd share the info and I stand by it.
I had intended on staying for the year, I probably should have properly looked at what games are in the vault first before buying though due to only really wanting fifa 17 (this ended up being sold for a tenner by CD keys shortly after, so I could have saved a tenner there).
In any case I'm sure some will use this info to trial it and if they like it then they won't have to cancel.

Edited By: Richard_Richard on May 26, 2017 06:26
The problem is it is NOT bargain hunting.
benjammin316
hopefully you will be banned
Yes mate that'd be a reasonable response. Man some of you are a judgmental bunch for a bargain hunting site.
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IKEA smart lights £69.00

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From Techradar: A press release from Ikea has revealed that its TRÅDFRI range of affordable smart lights will be compatible with the voice-controlled Apple HomeKit, Google Home and Amazon Alexa Read More
From Techradar: A press release from Ikea has revealed that its TRÅDFRI range of affordable smart lights will be compatible with the voice-controlled Apple HomeKit, Google Home and Amazon Alexa
phpandsql Avatar1m, 5d agoFound 1 month, 5 days ago10 Comments
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Not sure what the deal is here? They've been out for 2 or 3 months with Ikea and the prices have not come down?
Cheaper than Hue etc, and some additional features for the price such as colour temperature adjutable.
Ah yes I agree, cheaper than Hue. My hue set up is ok but its not worth the money, may sell some of it and go down the Ikea route instead.
I just thought this was a new deal/reductions since when the Ikea lights came out
shakerstevens
Not sure what the deal is here? They've been out for 2 or 3 months with Ikea and the prices have not come down?
Cheaper than Hue etc, and some additional features for the price such as colour temperature adjutable.
Not sure what the deal is here? They've been out for 2 or 3 months with Ikea and the prices have not come down?
just to add that these also work a treat with Smartthings.
They are apparently now Alexa controllable.
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Ikea SLADDA Aluminium Bike £450 / £349.00 with family membership

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Brand new Ikea Bike launched. 25-year guarantee on the frame and 10-year guarantee on the belt drive. Can purchase loads of accessories. Frame comes in 26" or 28". 26" and 28" frame bikes weigh on… Read More
Brand new Ikea Bike launched. 25-year guarantee on the frame and 10-year guarantee on the belt drive. Can purchase loads of accessories. Frame comes in 26" or 28". 26" and 28" frame bikes weigh on…
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10years warranty on the belt? for regular commute on a gear bike that will save £600 in running costs on a chain driven bike easily, provided regular servicing is done on the chain driven bike and it's not run into the ground till the chain snaps. and there is no warranty on a snapped chain. that's wear and tear. a
Do you normally spend £600 on chains and gear set wear and tear in 10 years?
Let's see:
A chain once a year at around a tenner (£100)
Cogs every couple of years at around £20 per time (£100)
Chainset perhaps £35 x 3 in 10 years( £100)
Rear Mech/cables - perhaps 2x (£50)
= £350 plus bike shop fitting charges + inflation (some bike parts have doubled in price in the last decade)
£600 would be at the upper end I reckon, but depends on how much riding you do.
Whether IKEA will still be fulfilling the warranty in 10 years is another matter.
LOL are you serious???
You don't buy a chain every year!!! You don't need to buy anything apart from accessories unless something goes wrong.
I have had a bike for the last 9 years (used nearly every week) and have never replaced any parts.
As for "servicing" you do that yourself with some simple tools, things such as tightening bolts and chain.
The only thing I have bought for servicing in that 9 years is a 2 bottle's of chain lube which are around £4 each.
So for 10 years you would expect to spend around £10 for service costs. Dude, put your £600 towards a holiday.

Dude, I cycle 3-4K miles a year. It doesn't happen unless I replace a few parts each year.
greencat
monkeyhanger75
shanecr
10years warranty on the belt? for regular commute on a gear bike that will save £600 in running costs on a chain driven bike easily, provided regular servicing is done on the chain driven bike and it's not run into the ground till the chain snaps. and there is no warranty on a snapped chain. that's wear and tear. a
Do you normally spend £600 on chains and gear set wear and tear in 10 years?
Let's see:
A chain once a year at around a tenner (£100)
Cogs every couple of years at around £20 per time (£100)
Chainset perhaps £35 x 3 in 10 years( £100)
Rear Mech/cables - perhaps 2x (£50)
= £350 plus bike shop fitting charges + inflation (some bike parts have doubled in price in the last decade)
£600 would be at the upper end I reckon, but depends on how much riding you do.
Whether IKEA will still be fulfilling the warranty in 10 years is another matter.

LOL are you serious???

You don't buy a chain every year!!! You don't need to buy anything apart from accessories unless something goes wrong.

I have had a bike for the last 9 years (used nearly every week) and have never replaced any parts.

As for "servicing" you do that yourself with some simple tools, things such as tightening bolts and chain.
The only thing I have bought for servicing in that 9 years is a 2 bottle's of chain lube which are around £4 each.

So for 10 years you would expect to spend around £10 for service costs. Dude, put your £600 towards a holiday.
belt drive is a big selling point, and other than decathlon you wont find a belt drive bike for under £500....
This has one of the highest weight capacities of any bike at 160kg or just over 25 stone, it's designed so anyone can get cycling without restriction. So it's a heavy bike for that reason, there is probably a couple of kg in there of extra strengthening. I think its a great concept but not for everyone.

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PS VÅGÖ outdoor easy chair for £10.00 instead of £25 @ IKEA Tottenham / Edmonton (for IKEA FAMILY members)

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60% off. Available in dark blue, white or light blue. - The plastic is both fade resistant and UV stabilised to prevent cracking and drying out - Can be stacked - The drain hole in the seat l… Read More
60% off. Available in dark blue, white or light blue. - The plastic is both fade resistant and UV stabilised to prevent cracking and drying out - Can be stacked - The drain hole in the seat l…
Belga Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago2 Comments
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The light blue one is £15 in Wednesbury (Birmingham).
http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/images/products/ikea-ps-v%C3%A5g%C3%B6-easy-chair-outdoor-white__0278293_pe316820_s4.jpg
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Ikea Marks and Spencer and Others Happy Birthday Deals Mega Thread £15.00

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Noticed no one has posted the deals you seem to get from retailers when it's your "Birthday", so far I've had £5 from Ikea valid for a month for FREE £5 from Hobbycraft valid for two weeks for FREE F… Read More
Noticed no one has posted the deals you seem to get from retailers when it's your "Birthday", so far I've had £5 from Ikea valid for a month for FREE £5 from Hobbycraft valid for two weeks for FREE F…
garethsmith72 Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago29 Comments
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Atomic burger gives you a free meal on your birthday, you need show ID and eat in.
tinkerbellian
http://www.hotukdeals.com/freebies/free-food-drinks-your-birthday-other-times-just-for-signing-up-relevant-website-2593751
You might want to check out this thread, it lives under freebies, and was updated for 2017. Has quite a few offers on it .;)
I was searching for that one - that's how I ended up here!
Krinkle
Androcles

Hence: "I have carefully kept my true birthday off of all social media sites."
I had assumed that I would not be required to explain that electing not to supply my true birthdate implies that I might on occasion supply a false one, but this site continues to surprise.
Aah, assuming...you should know where that gets us! No real need to be coy or cryptic on this site, just say it as it is...people may appreciate the clarity (_;)

I don't owe any special effort to the unsophisticated. Those who cannot read for comprehension may reveal their lack or keep it dark.
Androcles

Hence: "I have carefully kept my true birthday off of all social media sites."
I had assumed that I would not be required to explain that electing not to supply my true birthdate implies that I might on occasion supply a false one, but this site continues to surprise.

Aah, assuming...you should know where that gets us! No real need to be coy or cryptic on this site, just say it as it is...people may appreciate the clarity (_;)
Krinkle
Androcles
Recent article in the Telegraph says that only three items of information are needed to steal your identity- your name, address, and birthdate. The last is the only one that you cannot change. I have carefully kept my true birthday off of all social media sites. Once it is out there, you can never get it back.
So just give a false birthday date...they won't know!

Hence: "I have carefully kept my true birthday off of all social media sites."

I had assumed that I would not be required to explain that electing not to supply my true birthdate implies that I might on occasion supply a false one, but this site continues to surprise.
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IKEA instore and online - Plattboj lithium 3V button battery CR2032 8xpieces for £0.95

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IKEA Plattboj lithium 3V button battery CR2032 8xpieces for £0.95 IKEA code:802.911.56 previously seen them for £3 I recall......! online as well.....! http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/li… Read More
IKEA Plattboj lithium 3V button battery CR2032 8xpieces for £0.95 IKEA code:802.911.56 previously seen them for £3 I recall......! online as well.....! http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/li…
HKNinja168 Avatar2m, 1d agoFound 2 months, 1 day ago1 Comment
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Good deal. Stock availability app is pants, all it tells you is they have some. Could be 1 which will be gone by the time I get there.
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It is back IKEA's IT’S TIME TO SWIPE A SURPRISE again LET’S SEE WHAT YOU win this time It will run from Mon 24th Apr to 18th Jun 2017

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****** Sorry MODS I accident;y put this post in Freebie it is not freebie as you will have to purchase something be it for 25p can someone put it in deals please***** Not Again IT’S TIME TO SWIPE A Read More
****** Sorry MODS I accident;y put this post in Freebie it is not freebie as you will have to purchase something be it for 25p can someone put it in deals please***** Not Again IT’S TIME TO SWIPE A
dalipsinghno1 Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago26 Comments
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So far have won 3 hot dogs + one ice cream. Was just at Wembley this morning and made 18 separate transactions oO felt a little bad but the attendant was sweet and told me not to worry (probs cause there was no queue) I think I remember from a previous campaign that there was a way to redeem more than one code a day? Any thoughts? So far unsuccessful both online and at kiosk - thanks :)

How many transaction had you made before yesterday(13th) to only win 3 HD's and 1 ice cream. i just go there and every week ideally Costco is in Wembley and Lakeside and being in the middle of the two I choose between them and collect the weekly codes with each family cards so make 14 different

I have had about 6 of each ice creams and frozen yogurt.

Re the separate transaction purchases I just go to the self service and lay the card on the table and scan each item 1 at a time and by now I have learned the sequence of actions to speed up each purchase. Press the buttons to get to scanning the product and scan the FC before pressing finish this minimises the time then at the time of payment I use just touch the card and get ready for the next item. Believe me it is much easier than going to the tills and there will come a time when you will see the frustration in one such cashiers eyes. Give them a break and go to the self check out. The only thing is the staff at the SCk will wonder what is going on but will not say anything as long as you make sure all are paid for.
So far have won 3 hot dogs + one ice cream. Was just at Wembley this morning and made 18 separate transactions oO felt a little bad but the attendant was sweet and told me not to worry (probs cause there was no queue) I think I remember from a previous campaign that there was a way to redeem more than one code a day? Any thoughts? So far unsuccessful both online and at kiosk - thanks :)
Thanks for the heads up.
Thoughtful
vladdy
Thoughtful
vladdy
Thoughtful
Given the wrecked state the Swedish government have rendered their country, I'd view the first prize as more akin to a punishment than a treat !
You should stop reading all that garbage like daily mail. It's bad for your brain.
I don't read the Daily Mail & that is the typical Fascist view of those who have wrecked a perfectly good country - even the Swedish PM admits what they did was wrong!
Not sure WTF you even on about. Do you even know what "wrecked" means mate? How can you call Sweden "wrecked". Only thing I can see wrecked is your brain. So please abstain from commenting anything political, I'm sick and tired of all muppets talking out of their ass.
Yeah of course, we don't want you to be triggered by people who have the 'wrong' opinion do we? And how long do you think it will be before you're talking about concentration camps and re-education centres?
I am certainly NOT your mate!
Not really but you make my point. Immediately after I replied to your nuisance which you have no argument to sustain it with you switch the subject to something totally irrelevant.

But yeah, go on and push this crappy agenda of your echo chamber, put all your frustrations and mishaps on the back of politics, conspiracy theories and all that crap, it's really healthy for you.

*Facepalm*

Edited By: vladdy on Apr 28, 2017 11:30
vladdy
Thoughtful
vladdy
Thoughtful
Given the wrecked state the Swedish government have rendered their country, I'd view the first prize as more akin to a punishment than a treat !
You should stop reading all that garbage like daily mail. It's bad for your brain.
I don't read the Daily Mail & that is the typical Fascist view of those who have wrecked a perfectly good country - even the Swedish PM admits what they did was wrong!
Not sure WTF you even on about. Do you even know what "wrecked" means mate? How can you call Sweden "wrecked". Only thing I can see wrecked is your brain. So please abstain from commenting anything political, I'm sick and tired of all muppets talking out of their ass.
Yeah of course, we don't want you to be triggered by people who have the 'wrong' opinion do we? And how long do you think it will be before you're talking about concentration camps and re-education centres?

I am certainly NOT your mate!
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Free ice cream at IKEA (at least at Lakeside) - Easter egg hunt

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At IKEA, you can pick up an Easter egg hunt form at the entrance and the kids have to spot five different colour Easter eggs around the store. They are basically hanging signs in five different sectio… Read More
At IKEA, you can pick up an Easter egg hunt form at the entrance and the kids have to spot five different colour Easter eggs around the store. They are basically hanging signs in five different sectio…
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I think this is cheating if you don't buy anything from ikea..

It's sort of against my principles..

Cold.

Kindest regards.
Nottingham give a free milkshake for their Easter hunt :)
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IKEA Tradfri cheap smart lighting £9.00

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IKEA just released cheap alternative to smart lighting. I have been using couple of bulbs for 2 weeks and very happy with them. They pair directly to Smartthings hub if you have one. Unfortunately, I Read More
IKEA just released cheap alternative to smart lighting. I have been using couple of bulbs for 2 weeks and very happy with them. They pair directly to Smartthings hub if you have one. Unfortunately, I
VBV Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago76 Comments
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There's a lot of talk about motion sensors...For people willing to put work a small amount of work in and have fun learning, you can effectively make your own motion sensors for cheap.. say £15 initially and then £5 for each PIR after that. Using an Esp8266-01, a cheap arduino, an LDR, 433mhz receiver and a cheap 433 pir (all from ebay) I made my own motion sensors to turn lights on, depending on the ambient light. Now I use Domoticz on a Pi, an RFLink transceiver and 433mhz PIR sensors instead.
The latter is more expensive, but allows customizations limited to your own imagination. Google is your friend... If you have time and little money then you can do this for cheap. If you have money and little time then just buy the smart things or hue sensors.
How does this work with things like schedules so I can only track during parts of the day? I.e. I don't want the lights turning on when I roll over during the night. Is it hard to set up? It sounds like I'd need some programming experience?
To be honest i had no programming experience, then i bought a Pi and this kit, which has some guides pasted further down the page - https://www.modmypi.com/raspberry-pi/set-up-kits/project-kits/raspberry-pi-youtube-workshop-kit
After a couple of hours messing around, i learnt i could make the motion sensor trigger a http command which turned my hue lights on (https://www.developers.meethue.com/documentation/getting-started) The rest then followed and i found a new obsession/hobby.
In terms of schedules, that's where Domoticz would come in. Smart Things is a nicer package and easier to setup, but the hardware its compatible with will possibly cost more; Using Domoticz and extra hardware (RFlink, ESP's, arduinos etc) you can make anything do anything. Like VBV, i have a similar setup. I have a light sensor upstairs when sends it's readings to domoticz. When the light levels are low enough and i go into my bedroom, the lights will turn on. When it gets later on..the lights will turn on but a bit dimmer. Then after 11pm i have them come on really dim.
If this wasn't a hobby of mine i'd buy a Smart Things setup, because god knows it'd stop me scratching my head and getting annoyed when a new project doesn't work like i want it to :P
Looks interesting that..
I looked at doing similar with my Pi before I got SmartThings.
If I was wanting a motion sensor in the hall for instance would that mean I would need a pi,board & sensor all hooked up in the hall?
redduck
VBV
Spinal333
How do these stack up to the MiLights (which also do colour bulbs and strips at a fraction of the cost of hue, and seem to perform better as they will power up in the last floor config, so you don't need to replace your mechanical switches if you don't want to)
Xiaomi bulbs and strips are good value for money. I am waiting for direct compatibility with smartthings. seem to get good reviews. i think the bulbs are only 600 lumen unlike IKEA ones which are around 1000.
correct me if I'm wrong but isn't the smartthing hub a zigbee light controller? The milight bulbs are WiFi so bypass the need for a zigbee hub. Do you know if Samsung are working on compatability with Milight?
I have a xiaomi yeelight that is rated at 600 lumens. At at it's brightest white or yellow colour temperate, it's still too dim on it's own, even for my small living room.
Xiaomi has submitted a device handler to Samsung which is currently waiting for Samsung's approval. Some say that it has been declined by Samsung saying they only work with Companies in US and South Korea. Not sure where it is going.
VBV
Spinal333
How do these stack up to the MiLights (which also do colour bulbs and strips at a fraction of the cost of hue, and seem to perform better as they will power up in the last floor config, so you don't need to replace your mechanical switches if you don't want to)


Xiaomi bulbs and strips are good value for money. I am waiting for direct compatibility with smartthings. seem to get good reviews. i think the bulbs are only 600 lumen unlike IKEA ones which are around 1000.


correct me if I'm wrong but isn't the smartthing hub a zigbee light controller? The milight bulbs are WiFi so bypass the need for a zigbee hub. Do you know if Samsung are working on compatability with Milight?

I have a xiaomi yeelight that is rated at 600 lumens. At at it's brightest white or yellow colour temperate, it's still too dim on it's own, even for my small living room.

Edited By: redduck on Apr 25, 2017 14:13: additional text
The Ikea bulbs DO start in last config. That was one of my concerns. I picked up a lot at the weekend and am impressed.
For reference I have 433Mhz wall switches in my home, and went back to a standard switch to try these out. Best bit is they are 2-way comms (unlike my 433Mhz stuff) and the ability to do colour temperature too is a nice touch. Sure they will be offline if someone switches them off at the wall, but I think these are easier for a visitor to use than my old wireless switches.
Another challenge you have with wall switches is that not all are compatible with LED, and dimming LEDs on 230v is more complex than doing it in the bulb!

I was against the hue / in bulb setup, but with these restoring last config at power on I am coming around to liking this setup better!
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Smart light switches are much better.....as you can simply control whatever it switches....and not have to bother with expensive bulbs....here is a link to everything you ever need to know....https://www.cnet.com/news/which-smart-bulbs-should-you-use-with-alexa/
I was googling for these the other day and either a) they don't dim, b) can only get them in the states or c) they are uber expensive
Not only that but they require a neutral in the light switch - something that isn't standard in the UK as our lighting wiring differs from the US.
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Ikea Boholmen 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink half price, only £50.00 instore @ Ikea

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Saw a stack of these in the Bristol IKEA. £50 seems a very good price for a 1.5 bowl with drainer. Reversible I believe. Read More
Saw a stack of these in the Bristol IKEA. £50 seems a very good price for a 1.5 bowl with drainer. Reversible I believe.
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No idea if this is a good deal or not but heat for effort & detail! ;)
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Stool MARIUS Black, Red and White £3.00 at Ikea

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Tested for : 100 kg :D Seat diameter : 32 cm Width : 40 cm Seat height : 45 cm The stool can be stacked, so you can keep several on hand and store them Read More
Tested for : 100 kg :D Seat diameter : 32 cm Width : 40 cm Seat height : 45 cm The stool can be stacked, so you can keep several on hand and store them
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That stool certainly doesn't look as if it would travel around the u-bend ;)
This stool helped me to finish hard pages in Kamasutra.
Always this price for years . Excellent stools . Very tough . Had mine for 7 years and they are still going strong after being used regularly.
It looks like Stool.
Im sure this is their normal price ?
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IKEA GUNLÖG CUSION 50x50cm Microphone Print - £2.50 (instore)

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Hi Just been to my local IKEA in Nottingham and saw these cushions with a nice retro microphone image cover reduced from £9 to £2.50! Feels like a quality cover and the cushion inside is include… Read More
Hi Just been to my local IKEA in Nottingham and saw these cushions with a nice retro microphone image cover reduced from £9 to £2.50! Feels like a quality cover and the cushion inside is include…
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Eat a meal after 4.30pm weekdays and it's free :)
Please explain :)
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ikea-furniture-can-eat-free-meal-make-a-purchase-2641390
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Eat a meal after 4.30pm weekdays and it's free :)

Please explain :)
Winner winner chicken dinner :D
Eat a meal after 4.30pm weekdays and it's free :)
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Ikea dishwashing brush - 90p @ IKEA instore

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Not sure if this will even get published as its not a deal, but had to shout it from the rooftops! This brush is northing short of amazing. Ive had it for over a year, yes over a year! It has kept a… Read More
Not sure if this will even get published as its not a deal, but had to shout it from the rooftops! This brush is northing short of amazing. Ive had it for over a year, yes over a year! It has kept a…
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try the dust pans, toilet brushes and the wiper. all are great stuff
Their Bolmen toilet brushes are superb. A couple of years back got 3 for £2.99 from Amazon which I thought was pretty good value - then was told they were only 50p in store. They are strong and well designed, very easy to keep clean but now more expensive unfortunately.
not sure why and how I clean my brush is anything to do with this forum but hey ho, theres always someone to try to bring others down! LOL!
bristles are good, but the suction pads lose their staying power after a while. hot
try the dust pans, toilet brushes and the wiper. all are great stuff
washing machine every week is a bit overkill lol
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TRÄDASTER Orange Quilt cover and 2 pillowcases £4.00 @ IKEA (Delivery is additional £7.50)

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Pretty basic bedding set but looks quite nice. £9.62 on ebay (http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/IKEA-TRADASTER-Tradaster-White-Orange-Duvet-Cover-Set-Single-150x200cm-/142076404540) Product description… Read More
Pretty basic bedding set but looks quite nice. £9.62 on ebay (http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/IKEA-TRADASTER-Tradaster-White-Orange-Duvet-Cover-Set-Single-150x200cm-/142076404540) Product description…
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STRANDMON wing chair for £125.00 instead of £179 @ IKEA Tottenham / Edmonton

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In grey or yellow. - High back to provide extra support for the neck - 10 year guarantee Width: 82 cm Depth: 96 cm Seat width: 49 cm Seat depth: 54 cm Seat height: 45 cm Height: 10… Read More
In grey or yellow. - High back to provide extra support for the neck - 10 year guarantee Width: 82 cm Depth: 96 cm Seat width: 49 cm Seat depth: 54 cm Seat height: 45 cm Height: 10…
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Yes cheap true. But most of the products like drawers and wardrobes are top heavy and front heavy. So very big safety risk around children as they tumble very easy.

they offer free safety kits, if that helps
http://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/ikea-launches-own-low-cost-smart-lighting-range-2647822
Yes cheap true. But most of the products like drawers and wardrobes are top heavy and front heavy. So very big safety risk around children as they tumble very easy.
sam_of_london
Ikea is very poor quality. They only sell nice food. Keep your guarantee receipt as you will definitely need it.
I never had any issues with their products. Plus it's cheap, useful when you are a student without much cash.
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Ikea is very poor quality. They only sell nice food. Keep your guarantee receipt as you will definitely need it.
Nice food ... :p
Ikea is very poor quality. They only sell nice food. Keep your guarantee receipt as you will definitely need it.

Affordable, well-designed furniture for every size of home at IKEA

IKEA was established in 1943, by Ingvar Kamprad; the unusual name is an acronym, representing the founder’s initials, along with those of the house and town where he grew up, Elmtaryd and Agunnaryd. The business initially dealt with mail orders, but began opening physical stores in the 1950’s. These were joined by international IKEA branches from the 1960s. Now there are nearly 400 stores around the globe and in 2008, IKEA was confirmed as the world’s biggest furniture shops. They keep prices low by asking customers to be part of the retail process, in that their role is to assemble the flat packs of furniture that IKEA is famous for.

Where to Shop for IKEA Furniture

IKEA have a well-organised retail website where most items are available to purchase online. For access to every product in their range, you’ll have to visit one of their 21 UK shops. To find your closest branc, click on “Your Local IKEA Store“ on their website and then select a location for more information.

What’s on Offer at IKEA?

IKEA organise their website into a number of different departments, so that shoppers can easily navigate to the products they need:

  • Outdoors – The IKEA garden furniture collection includes tables, chairs, sofas and parasols. There are items to suit larger spaces and smaller balcony or patio areas.
  • Living Room – As well as comfortable seating, the IKEA living room section has TV stands, media storage cabinets, side tables, and lighting.
  • Bedroom – Shop here for bedroom storage, beds, plus mattresses and duvet covers, along with king-size, single, and double bedframes. They also have a range of lighting solutions and mirrors.
  • Bathroom – This section includes everything you’d need for the bathroom, from towels and flannels, to mirrors and toothbrush holders. There are also large items like wash stands and basins for bigger projects.
  • Kitchens – IKEA enable their customers to design the layout of a kitchen then choose cabinets, worktops and storage to complete the bespoke look. You can also find smaller items like trolleys, knife holders and containers to organise the space you have.
  • Storage – If you need to tidy up and pack away day to day items, clothing or a collection of articles, then this is the perfect place to start. From sturdy plastic under bed boxes, to cardboard containers and glass jars for little odds and ends, it’s all here.
  • Dining – From intimate dining solutions to larger tables for big families, this category has it all. Choose from sturdy wooden chairs, stackable stools, cafe type furniture, plus a selection of eating and drinking accessories.
  • Children – In this area you can find pieces of furniture that are designed with younger users in mind. There are coordinating sets to furnish an entire room, rugs, bedding and toy storage systems. You can also shop for curtains, toys and pin boards.
  • Textiles and Rugs – Here you can find textiles that can be cut to a specific length for personal projects, as well as a variety of rugs, curtains, cushion covers and bedding. There is also table linen and fixings for attaching curtain rods or rails.
  • Home Office – For people who work from home, IKEA have a section dedicated to desks, chairs and media organisers. There are cable management boxes, bins, lights and laminate flooring, to complete the effect.

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Saving Money at IKEA

IKEA have a regular summer and winter sale, during these periods selected products or ranges are reduced by up to 50% in store. They also reduce the price of discontinued stock and seasonal products, like those promoted during Christmas and summer. Sometimes discounts are specific to each store. They also send out vouchers in the post and via e-mail for IKEA Family Card members, which can only be used in store.

Placing an Online Order and Being Part of the IKEA Family

When you order items from www.ikea.com you can choose to log in to your personal account or continue with the process as a guest. After you’ve entered your details, you can then choose to register as a member, if you wish. Joining the IKEA Family scheme has a number of benefits, you are entitled to discounts in the cafe, some products are reduced and at certain times of year you can win prizes each time you swipe your card. You’ll also be invited to workshops and events held in store. IKEA have a new catalogue each season whichcontains details on each available range. Complimenting this, there are separate catalogues for Kitchens, Wardrobes, Bathrooms, Bedrooms, and IKEA Business. These are available to view online or to pick up in store. There is also an extensive digital brochure with interactive content, tips and ideas.

How to Pay for an IKEA Order

As methods of payment in their online shop at ikea.com, IKEA accepts Maestro, MasterCard, IKEA Business Card, Visa, Visa Electron and Delta.

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Delivery options from IKEA

IKEA deliver to most parts of England, Scotland and Wales.  To see if you are eligible for delivery, use their Postcode checker.

You can choose between two options when you’d like IKEA to deliver your order. The first is Parcel Delivery which is used to send items weighing up to 25kg. This service costs £7.50 and is available Monday to Friday, 9am to 6pm, and is provided by Parcel Force. However, if you order a range of smaller items, they could have a combined weight of 100kg so please be aware of possible charges.

Many of the items IKEA deliver are large, so as part of their Truck Delivery service, they will bring your purchase in to any room in your home. Truck Delivery charges start from £35, but vary depending on your postcode; the actual price is worked out during the ordering process. Within 72 hours of your order being placed, IKEA will tell you when they’ll be delivering your goods. If you provide a mobile number, you can also expect a text message to confirm the date.

Returning Unwanted Items to IKEA

You can return faulty or unwanted goods to IKEA within 365 days, even if the item is assembled. It does need to be in a resaleable condition however. To get a refund from IKEA here’s what you need to do:

  1. Contact IKEA and explain that you’d like to return an item.
  2. They will instruct you to either send it back through the Post Office or arrange a courier to pick it up
  3. If you cancel the whole order within 14 days of receipt, your delivery costs will be refunded.
  4. The refund will be credited back to the original payment source.

Alternatively, take the item back to an IKEA store, along with your proof of purchase. Your refund will be credited to the card you paid on.

Keeping Up with the Latest from IKEA Online

IKEA have a number of social media accounts where they communicate with customers, post new ideas for using their products and give tips on interior design. You can like them on Facebook, tweet them at, watch their videos on YouTube or look at their pages on Pinterest.

Using the IKEA Apps

IKEA have two free apps. The IKEA Store app enables you to search for a nearby branch, view their products and make a shopping list. The IKEA Catalogue app lets users view the entire IKEA range and has extra videos and product stories.

IKEA´s Blog and Newsletter

IKEA have a blog that’s regularly updated with design ideas, seasonal features and articles focussing on a particular type of room. If you sign up for their newsletter you can expect a regular selection of offers and interior design ideas.

IKEA Customer Services

If you have a query or complaint about any IKEA product or service, you can contact their Customer Support Centre via hotline on 020 36450000 for issues relating to a store, or on 020 36450015 for online orders. You can e-mail them via an online form, or talk to them on a web chat. If you’d prefer to search for an answer yourself, IKEA have a comprehensive FAQ page.

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