Free play Smaland for 1 hour Ikea
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Free play Smaland for 1 hour Ikea

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LocalFound 8th Dec 2017
Free play on Ikea for children for 1 hour while you are shopping.
All children 3-8 years old.

Free time for yourself to do shopping while your child plays.

Didn’t knew Ikea had this so hopefully will help people that didn’t knew either.
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Leer11 m ago

Not sure if they still do it but when my eldest use to go we were given a …Not sure if they still do it but when my eldest use to go we were given a type of loyalty card so everytime she went it was signed and dated and when it was full she was given a small bear.


That's a bit dangerous giving a young child a bear, even a small bear could become aggressive especially if kept at home in a domestic environment where it's likely to get bored with no mental stimulation or natural environment to relax in!
Be careful.. some kids have been going missing and there are rumours that the meatballs are.. I shan't say no more I don't want to be next
speric079 m ago

If normality is a trip to IKEA!!


My eldest used to have an obsession with Ikea, every year until her 11th birthday on the week her birthday falls on, she would ask can we go there and we would eat in where she usually gets the meat ball meal; hot chocolate and either jelly or cake then play at the creche before wanting to look round ikea usually with the paper tape measure and measure everything she likes the look of and writes it down followed by hot dog and ice cream cone on the way out
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been using this for years at lakeside
Been for years at Southampton but t never knew about it.
Is this so kids with weird parents can experience normality for an hour?
Be careful.. some kids have been going missing and there are rumours that the meatballs are.. I shan't say no more I don't want to be next
This isn't really a deal or anything new, these have always been available to children for 1 hour (or 2 hours with a kitchen planning appointment). Normally for an hour you can just about walk through the store, have a cup of tea at the cafe, and then pay for your goods before its time to pick them up again, but its much better than dragging around a bored (or over excited) child around for an hour.
Only 1 hour to get around Ikea???
Can adults go in and let the nippers run round IKEA like idiots. That way both party's get tired, Happy Days......Have it!
Not sure if they still do it but when my eldest use to go we were given a type of loyalty card so everytime she went it was signed and dated and when it was full she was given a small bear.
There's never any space at braehead store
Leer11 m ago

Not sure if they still do it but when my eldest use to go we were given a …Not sure if they still do it but when my eldest use to go we were given a type of loyalty card so everytime she went it was signed and dated and when it was full she was given a small bear.


That's a bit dangerous giving a young child a bear, even a small bear could become aggressive especially if kept at home in a domestic environment where it's likely to get bored with no mental stimulation or natural environment to relax in!
Do they let them play with the chests of drawers they sell that fall and kill kids??
What happens if you don't pick them up after 1 hour..... I know someone who works next to an Ikea so could she drop her kids off in the morning and collect at lunchtime.... save her a fortune on babysitters
ezzer724 h, 11 m ago

Is this so kids with weird parents can experience normality for an hour?


If normality is a trip to IKEA!!
nivagni1 h, 53 m ago

What happens if you don't pick them up after 1 hour..... I know someone …What happens if you don't pick them up after 1 hour..... I know someone who works next to an Ikea so could she drop her kids off in the morning and collect at lunchtime.... save her a fortune on babysitters


They'll keep buzzing your pager and then probably do a store call out announcement for you to return, at which point your kids will most likely begin to start getting upset thinking that something has happened or you've forgotten about them. The children are logged in on a computer system so I'm sure that if someone repeatedly abused the system in that way they'd be politely asked to not return.
Dyslexic_Dog3 h, 45 m ago

That's a bit dangerous giving a young child a bear, even a small bear …That's a bit dangerous giving a young child a bear, even a small bear could become aggressive especially if kept at home in a domestic environment where it's likely to get bored with no mental stimulation or natural environment to relax in!


speric079 m ago

If normality is a trip to IKEA!!


My eldest used to have an obsession with Ikea, every year until her 11th birthday on the week her birthday falls on, she would ask can we go there and we would eat in where she usually gets the meat ball meal; hot chocolate and either jelly or cake then play at the creche before wanting to look round ikea usually with the paper tape measure and measure everything she likes the look of and writes it down followed by hot dog and ice cream cone on the way out
Leer12 m ago

My eldest used to have an obsession with Ikea, every year until her 11th …My eldest used to have an obsession with Ikea, every year until her 11th birthday on the week her birthday falls on, she would ask can we go there and we would eat in where she usually gets the meat ball meal; hot chocolate and either jelly or cake then play at the creche before wanting to look round ikea usually with the paper tape measure and measure everything she likes the look of and writes it down followed by hot dog and ice cream cone on the way out


Lol, we had that phase in our house too. They'd whizz round on all the swivel chairs, play with the kiddie puzzles, then I'd get a flatbed trolley and let them cling on to it whilst I. bombed up and down an empty aisle in the warehouse. But don't say owt
Haircut_10018 m ago

They'll keep buzzing your pager and then probably do a store call out …They'll keep buzzing your pager and then probably do a store call out announcement for you to return, at which point your kids will most likely begin to start getting upset thinking that something has happened or you've forgotten about them. The children are logged in on a computer system so I'm sure that if someone repeatedly abused the system in that way they'd be politely asked to not return.



You don't get out much, do you?
Leer2 h, 17 m ago

My eldest used to have an obsession with Ikea, every year until her 11th …My eldest used to have an obsession with Ikea, every year until her 11th birthday on the week her birthday falls on, she would ask can we go there and we would eat in where she usually gets the meat ball meal; hot chocolate and either jelly or cake then play at the creche before wanting to look round ikea usually with the paper tape measure and measure everything she likes the look of and writes it down followed by hot dog and ice cream cone on the way out


I AM DYING READING THIS LOL SOOOO FUNNY
They’ve had one in the Southampton store for years
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