IKEA Meatball Wednesday - £1.00 (10 meatballs for a quid!)
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IKEA Meatball Wednesday - £1.00 (10 meatballs for a quid!)

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Found 1st Jul 2016
Ikea are doing meatball Wednesday, every Wednesday though out July

Every Wednesday in July enjoy a 10 meatball meal* for £1. Starting July 6th.

All served with mashed potatoes, gravy and lingonberry jam

*The meat in our meatballs contains pork and beef.

Subject to availability

- thetarget

37 Comments

£100 is a bargin!

Scortching!!!!

Wow thats expensive (not sure if this is a joke post or if you are being serious...£100?), do you get free furniture or something too for that?

X)

lol @ £100. reported to be changed

So what do you get? Can't really see in the pic

james1290

So what do you get? Can't really see in the pic



+1 Not everyone knows what meatball Wednesday is

As a guess I would say 10 meatballs + mash with cream sauce and a dollop of lingonberry jam whatever that is.

These used to taste great using the old Horsemeat recipe!

Good deal, but the misplaced apostrophe in the ad makes it cold automatically.

Roger_Irrelevant

I always thought IKEA was flatpack tat, but it appears it's also … I always thought IKEA was flatpack tat, but it appears it's also dangerous flatpack tat. :|IKEA refuses to withdraw furniture from UK despite it being blamed for deaths of 3 toddlers



If you pull furniture on top of you, it probably will hurt. That's what the included wall fixings are for.

Roger_Irrelevant

I always thought IKEA was flatpack tat, but it appears it's also … I always thought IKEA was flatpack tat, but it appears it's also dangerous flatpack tat. :|IKEA refuses to withdraw furniture from UK despite it being blamed for deaths of 3 toddlers



In America they didn't include the fixing kit.
In the UK they did, hence why the recall isn't across here.

speric07

In America they didn't include the fixing kit. In the UK they did, hence … In America they didn't include the fixing kit. In the UK they did, hence why the recall isn't across here.


And in fairness if you opened all full drawers on most they would fall over, Ikea or not.
We do now like to have someone to blame for everything regardless of common sense or the laws of physics.

fireman1

And in fairness if you opened all full drawers on most they would fall … And in fairness if you opened all full drawers on most they would fall over, Ikea or not.We do now like to have someone to blame for everything regardless of common sense or the laws of physics.



​No, I'd say it would be reasonable for a piece of furniture not to topple over in 'normal use' without having to bolt it to a wall. (_;)

Fantastic deal. Heat added

Roger_Irrelevant

​No, I'd say it would be reasonable for a piece of furniture not to t … ​No, I'd say it would be reasonable for a piece of furniture not to topple over in 'normal use' without having to bolt it to a wall. (_;)



Anyone sane knows not to pull the drawers out of a chest of drawers and then tip it up.

I bet everything in your kitchen is covered in bubble wrap.

Good deal. heat

Son is thrilled. Damned things cost me £4.80 a fortnight ago though :-(

Roger_Irrelevant

​No, I'd say it would be reasonable for a piece of furniture not to t … ​No, I'd say it would be reasonable for a piece of furniture not to topple over in 'normal use' without having to bolt it to a wall. (_;)


Why? If you're spending hundreds on solid wood furniture, fair enough.
If you're buying furniture made of balsa wood that weighs less than a pair of knickers you have to start obeying the laws of physics and use the provided wall attachment.
It kind of is rocket science, just not as cool (_;)

Roger_Irrelevant

​No, I'd say it would be reasonable for a piece of furniture not to t … ​No, I'd say it would be reasonable for a piece of furniture not to topple over in 'normal use' without having to bolt it to a wall. (_;)



​So you think the laws of physics are unreasonable. Not sure if that's a problem with them or you.

Roger_Irrelevant

I always thought IKEA was flatpack tat, but it appears it's also … I always thought IKEA was flatpack tat, but it appears it's also dangerous flatpack tat. :|IKEA refuses to withdraw furniture from UK despite it being blamed for deaths of 3 toddlers



​This is a thread about meatballs oO

*The meat in our meatballs contains horse, pork and beef.*

SteveDave4

Anyone sane knows not to pull the drawers out of a chest of drawers and … Anyone sane knows not to pull the drawers out of a chest of drawers and then tip it up.I bet everything in your kitchen is covered in bubble wrap.


Not that dummy.

b0d

Why? If you're spending hundreds on solid wood furniture, fair enough.If … Why? If you're spending hundreds on solid wood furniture, fair enough.If you're buying furniture made of balsa wood that weighs less than a pair of knickers you have to start obeying the laws of physics and use the provided wall attachment.It kind of is rocket science, just not as cool (_;)


You must have the biggest backside in history if your knickers weigh more that this chest of drawers.:p

Going back to balls...i'd like to be informed exactly which part of the animals' sinews/muscles/gristle etc these "meat" balls, made from 2 different animals, are from. Then run a mile and heave my guts up...and they're still probably making a profit on them charging £1 for 10 balls. gross.
Edited by: "goldengirlz" 2nd Jul 2016

http://media.treehugger.com/assets/images/2013/03/cuts-of-beef-horse.jpg.650x0_q70_crop-smart.jpg

So for the grand sum of £2, me and Mr P can partake in these balls of deliciousness (don't care what they're made of cos they are soooooooooo tasty!) as a meal, along with a cuppa "free" just for having a family card (which is well worth getting as I'm always getting emailed a £5 off voucher, never mind the free tea & coffee!)
Mr P wont feel too razzed off he's getting dragged round Ikea for a stock up on scented candles if he thinks there's meatballs on offer! (_;)
£2....Now that's a bargain!!
Thanks for posting op xx

peter1223

​This is a thread about meatballs oO


And in fairness again, ikea meatballs are probably more likely to kill you than their furniture.

Starts today I'm gonna treat the wife

@@@ IKEA Edmonton / Tottenham arnt participating .., we asked for the manager he says the same

Thank god Warrington are

Had a slap up lunch today, guy just piled it onto my plate. Got a free cuppa milky coffee, in fact so milky there was no coffee in it. So a glass of milk and a tasty lunch for £1.

Roll on next Wednesday.

thank you very much OP.

I can confirm that Ikea in Croydon is participating. Also you can swap mash for chips if you or the kids prefer.

5 portions + 1 bowl of peas and free hot drink cups with ikea family card fed the family for £5.50!

Anyone know if they can be swapped for veggie balls?

Original Poster

Yes you can

elise260

Yes you can


+1 I was told you can change as well

deal finished
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