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Ikea 6 piece breakfast for 'Family Members' for £1.75 -  Free Tea / Coffee  or Latte or Cappuccino 50p extra
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Ikea 6 piece breakfast for 'Family Members' for £1.75 - Free Tea / Coffee or Latte or Cappuccino 50p extra

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Posted 18th Jun

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I know this pops up regularly went home furniture shopping with mrs, whilst she spend I'm eating breakfast watching the pennies cant complain for the price. Before 11am weekdays usually £2.50
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Free Tea/Coffee
When you shop in store at Ikea , you can get a free cup of tea or filter coffee or upgrade to a cappuccino or latte for 50p when you swipe an Ikea Family card at the in-store restaurant. Monday - Friday
Breakfast
Visit any Ikea store with a restaurant on weekdays till 11am you can get a 6 item cooked breakfast for £1.75 when you show an Ikea Family card at the till. If you don't have its free loyalty card, you can sign up online or in store.Without an Ikea Family card the same breakfast costs £2.50, so it's a 75p saving each time.
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This 6 piece breakfast do you have to put them together yourself and does it come with tools?
__shopperrr__18/06/2019 12:27

Is there a vegetarian option?


Veggie sausages are nice and mushrooms instead of bacon.
It might be cheap, but it tastes like it. Always luke warm, bacon a fatty mess, cheap half a sausage, I'd rather go hungry.
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This 6 piece breakfast do you have to put them together yourself and does it come with tools?
Is there a vegetarian option?
Bloody hell she must be able to walk round there fast in order for you to eat your breakfast.

question is where is the deal for the guzzling of a "quick hot-dog" after the till????
Tis not a bad break of the fast, heat
Edited by: "Mr_Gus" 18th Jun
Prefer to go large for £2.50
It's usually not the warmest (especially the beans) in our local Ikea.
I wish I had one near my workplace.
Do you have to DIY
__shopperrr__18/06/2019 12:27

Is there a vegetarian option?


Veggie sausages are nice and mushrooms instead of bacon.
griffithsrush18/06/2019 13:48

Veggie sausages are nice and mushrooms instead of bacon.


Thank you for the info
It might be cheap, but it tastes like it. Always luke warm, bacon a fatty mess, cheap half a sausage, I'd rather go hungry.
Yuck death on a plate !
mrtech00718/06/2019 16:04

Yuck death on a plate !



Great stuff, makes me want one now thanks.
It's terrible at £2.50 being cheaper doesn't make it taste any better.
ikea food is not what it once was. as soon as the horse meat meatballs came out, was down hill from there. just have a plate of chips for breakfast cant go wrong.
It’s rank. Wait for the meatballs instead
Surely at £1.75 you've got to question what's in it?
I got lost in the Cardiff IKEA once for what seened like days. I got there about 8.45 in the morning. Didn't get out of there till almost 7 at night. If it wasn't for the restaurant I would have starved. Haddock and chips... No cod... Damn Swedes...

So this brekkie doesn't do a proper fried egg?
70th18/06/2019 18:13

Surely at £1.75 you've got to question what's in it?



It costs 35p in ingredients. Did you think it was too expensive?
it should be 99p.
IKEA food is always terrible. Every time I go there I think "everyone goes on about IKEA food, this is going to be really good". And every time, it is worse than my 1990s school cafeteria served. Meatballs are horrible.

They should start giving out to IKEA "family" members the bright red tickets us poor sods on free school meals used to have to hand over to get our meal (maximum value £1.75). Ideally they should force you to pick all the chewing gum off the tablets if you didn't bring in your maths homework as well, to complete the paying very little money for terrible food experience.
It looks revolting
70th18/06/2019 18:13

Surely at £1.75 you've got to question what's in it?


It costs them wayyyyyyyy less to make the whole thing (ingredients included), so they're blatantly not missing out on anything ... lol.
pakomen18/06/2019 12:43

It's usually not the warmest (especially the beans) in our local Ikea.


Cool Beans!
Great thanks for the info
I used to eat the veggy option loads when it was 99p, it felt okay value when it hit £1.50. I know it's just an extra 25p but it's such a poor veggy breakfast it hardly seems worth it.

I mean sure, the tea and coffee is free but that's free anyway, regardless of whether you buy the breakfast.

Unfortunatly the regular coffee sucks. It's crazy as it was only when they stopped giving out those milk creamers that I realised how bad the coffee was. It totally disguised the taste.
Edited by: "supermann" 19th Jun
griffithsrush18/06/2019 13:48

Veggie sausages are nice and mushrooms instead of bacon.

The old veggie sausages were tasty, but for the pass few months, our local IKEA has switched two different types of veggie sausage; the last attempt taste horrible like some sort of fake meat sauage, and now the current one taste like something out of Indian food
The egg and bacon isnt the best.
Edited by: "Brabus_Duddy" 19th Jun
For the money this is a great breakfast. Does the job.
There's a cheap meal and then there's too cheap a meal. I'd question if they caught the meat themselves from round back...
Question how cheap it is all you like, it's a textbook loss-leader to get people through the door bright and early so they can spend spend spend on the profitable things like tea-lights and bookshelves.

That said it's a canteen breakfast made for not a lot of money, anyone going in expecting otherwise will be in for a shock.

Throw in a free coffee and it's a super-cheap if not super-cheerful breakfast.
UknownCollector19/06/2019 10:14

There's a cheap meal and then there's too cheap a meal. I'd question if …There's a cheap meal and then there's too cheap a meal. I'd question if they caught the meat themselves from round back...



Take the VAT off and Ikea are getting £1.46 for the breakfast. A single supermarket sausage is about 25p (regular Tesco £1.99 for 6), a single piece of bacon about 18p, an egg about 15p (although might be two eggs worth), a hash brown 8p, some beans about 8p half a tomato about 5p. So maybe 75p worth of ingredients even at Tesco prices (Aldi etc would be cheaper), a catering wholesaler would be even cheaper. So 70p to pay the staff and the heating/washing/lighting costs etc. They probably aren't making a profit, but the ingredients cost is well covered

Its quite possible to make this breakfast cheaper yourself (although obviously you need to get pack of 8 sausage, 8 bacon etc), but you wouldn't be complaining about it being too cheap if you bought the ingredients from a supermarket.
How cheap and low do you have to be to pay 1.75 for a English breakfast. Each to their own. It's like I'd never understand why people would buy used and refurbished things. I guess different classes of people
jon81uk19/06/2019 10:50

Take the VAT off and Ikea are getting £1.46 for the breakfast. A single …Take the VAT off and Ikea are getting £1.46 for the breakfast. A single supermarket sausage is about 25p (regular Tesco £1.99 for 6), a single piece of bacon about 18p, an egg about 15p (although might be two eggs worth), a hash brown 8p, some beans about 8p half a tomato about 5p. So maybe 75p worth of ingredients even at Tesco prices (Aldi etc would be cheaper), a catering wholesaler would be even cheaper. So 70p to pay the staff and the heating/washing/lighting costs etc. They probably aren't making a profit, but the ingredients cost is well coveredIts quite possible to make this breakfast cheaper yourself (although obviously you need to get pack of 8 sausage, 8 bacon etc), but you wouldn't be complaining about it being too cheap if you bought the ingredients from a supermarket.


People often overlook or forget to factor in the running cost like staffs required for washing/cleaning and serving.

Also it's not just about the food, it is also about having a place to relax/chill. On my occasional day-off from work during the weekdays, I would go to IKEA to have breakfast, surf the web for a bit while helping myself to some free tea and coffee, and after that would have a casual walk around the shop floor looking at the furniture (window shopping). It's not a bad way to spend a morning on a day off work
s_mZ0S18/06/2019 17:06

ikea food is not what it once was. as soon as the horse meat meatballs …ikea food is not what it once was. as soon as the horse meat meatballs came out, was down hill from there. just have a plate of chips for breakfast cant go wrong.


Yes taking the horse meat off the menu was a big mistake, I often eat in France, delicious.
Sainsburys is the best breakfast (well, by me it is) - it is always hot is very good value for what you get.

So stop going to Ikea and get to Sainsburys!
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