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Ikea Scotland Family Members £20 Furniture Offer

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Posted 29th OctAvailable: Scotland (Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen)

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To celebrate 20 years in Scotland Ikea is offering this furniture for £20 for Ikea family members. In store in Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow. There is a different piece of furniture each day for that day only and a maximum of 2 per customer, whilst stock lasts. From the 1st-4th of November.


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Malm Oak Veneer Chest Of 2 Drawers usually £40


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Kallax Oak Effect Shelving Unit Usually £55


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Hemnes White Bedside Table Usually £50 Credit to joeymcjoe who already posted here.


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Billy Black-Brown Bookcase Usually £45
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And a Deep fried Daim bar ?
schmoog30/10/2019 11:33

IKEA. The land of bowed MDF and collapsing furniture.Normal body weight …IKEA. The land of bowed MDF and collapsing furniture.Normal body weight here. Had their MALM double collapse whilst being used as a single. Wood failure. Their PAX wardrobes are horrible; shelves sag under their own weight.Their after-sales is not good; guarantees basically mean nothing. I've since learned a lot of my bedroom suite has been recalled.


I've never had any ikea furniture fail on me, and compared to argos/tescos/supermarket cheapo's they're much better in quality and engineering.
Are you sure it's not just user error in installing and usage?
Grrrr! I need three of the four for my new house but Scotland is a bit far to drive from Bristol!! 😫
paulyfletch29/10/2019 19:18

And a Deep fried Daim bar ?


No but there is a free breakfast on Monday oh and I prefer a deep fried cinnamon bun myself
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And a Deep fried Daim bar ?
Grrrr! I need three of the four for my new house but Scotland is a bit far to drive from Bristol!! 😫
paulyfletch29/10/2019 19:18

And a Deep fried Daim bar ?


No but there is a free breakfast on Monday oh and I prefer a deep fried cinnamon bun myself
I'd definitely be picking up a couple of Kallax if I lived close to one of these.
Cheers great find. I drive past IKEA Glasgow every day. Need to remember 1st of November!!
Ideally I'd need to travel 120 miles to my closest Scottish Ikea on 1st and 2nd November but what wouldn't one do for a great offer like this. 🔥
LucindaP29/10/2019 19:18

Grrrr! I need three of the four for my new house but Scotland is a bit far …Grrrr! I need three of the four for my new house but Scotland is a bit far to drive from Bristol!! 😫


Lol same
How much stock will they have?

I foresee a lot of disappointed shoppers.
IKEA. The land of bowed MDF and collapsing furniture.

Normal body weight here. Had their MALM double collapse whilst being used as a single. Wood failure. Their PAX wardrobes are horrible; shelves sag under their own weight.

Their after-sales is not good; guarantees basically mean nothing. I've since learned a lot of my bedroom suite has been recalled.
Edited by: "schmoog" 30th Oct
spruceyb29/10/2019 20:05

I'd definitely be picking up a couple of Kallax if I lived close to one of …I'd definitely be picking up a couple of Kallax if I lived close to one of these.


Ultimate board gaming shelves
Nice if you’re furnishing some student rental accommodation I guess.
Nice
schmoog30/10/2019 11:33

guarantees basically mean nothing


Their guarantees on mattresses are incredible. I've had 3 brand new replacement mattresses in the past 12 years after buying one in bargain corner for a pittance.
heygravity30/10/2019 15:03

Their guarantees on mattresses are incredible. I've had 3 brand new …Their guarantees on mattresses are incredible. I've had 3 brand new replacement mattresses in the past 12 years after buying one in bargain corner for a pittance.


Neat, I'll have to test the guarantee. I've got a "sultana" (?) double here, it's really very, very lumpy now after a few years of use.

Do you need to take it in-store or is it door-to-door?
schmoog30/10/2019 11:33

IKEA. The land of bowed MDF and collapsing furniture.Normal body weight …IKEA. The land of bowed MDF and collapsing furniture.Normal body weight here. Had their MALM double collapse whilst being used as a single. Wood failure. Their PAX wardrobes are horrible; shelves sag under their own weight.Their after-sales is not good; guarantees basically mean nothing. I've since learned a lot of my bedroom suite has been recalled.


I've never had any ikea furniture fail on me, and compared to argos/tescos/supermarket cheapo's they're much better in quality and engineering.
Are you sure it's not just user error in installing and usage?
LucindaP29/10/2019 19:18

Grrrr! I need three of the four for my new house but Scotland is a bit far …Grrrr! I need three of the four for my new house but Scotland is a bit far to drive from Bristol!! 😫


same for me
Inquisitor30/10/2019 15:09

I've never had any ikea furniture fail on me, and compared to …I've never had any ikea furniture fail on me, and compared to argos/tescos/supermarket cheapo's they're much better in quality and engineering. Are you sure it's not just user error in installing and usage?


Nah I kept the bolts tight on the MALM double as per instructed. I don't have any kids nor jump on my bed or have wild passionate acrobatics either.

From what I could tell the wood glue in the beam had failed, transferring weight on to the adjoining area of the bed frame; the wood then quickly fractured and sheered. Suddenly I was lying there with the bed tipped down on one corner. It was most likely a random skimp on glue in the manufacturing - so very much a warranty issue - but they put up a heck of a fight supplying me a new beam. The bed frame had been redesigned in the short years since I bought it; meaning I had to DIY the replacement beam in to place. It's going strong since but I've put a few extra "legs" on the floating section of the malm beam so it doesn't happen again.
Edited by: "schmoog" 30th Oct
Great find
schmoog30/10/2019 15:19

Nah I kept the bolts tight on the MALM double as per instructed. I don't …Nah I kept the bolts tight on the MALM double as per instructed. I don't have any kids nor jump on my bed or have wild passionate acrobatics either. From what I could tell the wood glue in the beam had failed, transferring weight on to the adjoining area of the bed frame; the wood then quickly fractured and sheered. Suddenly I was lying there with the bed tipped down on one corner. It was most likely a random skimp on glue in the manufacturing - so very much a warranty issue - but they put up a heck of a fight supplying me a new beam. The bed frame had been redesigned in the short years since I bought it; meaning I had to DIY the replacement beam in to place. It's going strong since but I've put a few extra "legs" on the floating section of the malm beam so it doesn't happen again.


Oh, I never bought beds from them. Only furniture.

Beds are finicky things in general, I've had so many break I'm pretty competent at fixing beds... You have dynamics loads, of multiple people and weights etc etc.
My take on it will be either get a bed with solid slats (which will affect mattress and sleep depending on preference) but is fixable or get metal frames, which won't snap but may creek to buggery..

I have a hard wood 4 poster, 2x3s as slats for my acrobatic antics

Edit:
At the end of the day, bit of wood from b&q a hacksaw and couple hours, you'll have a bed to last another 3-4yrs. If I am looking to buy cheap furniture I'd look for ones which I can stick a piece of 2x4 easily without it looking ugly. Ikea designs are good for that.
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 30th Oct
Inquisitor30/10/2019 15:09

I've never had any ikea furniture fail on me, and compared to …I've never had any ikea furniture fail on me, and compared to argos/tescos/supermarket cheapo's they're much better in quality and engineering.


Ditto. Had a Pax triple wardrobe for almost 10 years now. Still good as new ....

I'll be needing another Billy bookcase soon. But not in the black colour they have on offer for this. Bah.

(I still remember the godawful MFI junk I had as a kid in the 80's. Even Argos stuff looks good compared to that!)
Edited by: "sancheez" 30th Oct
Hopefully independence next....please God.
Some nice cheap cabinets to put your expensive bottles of booze on.
Heat
This year I’ve been craving for “eat as much furnitures” offer hell they did not do it this year...
Edited by: "notabluff" 30th Oct
Such a tease! I want one of those Kallax shelves for my records but don't want to shell out full price for one!
Does ikea sell battered meatballs in Scotland ?
cricky1230/10/2019 19:57

Does ikea sell battered meatballs in Scotland ?


Can find that just under the Scotch Eggs and fried Mars Bars on the menu.

English Breakfast has been removed from Ikea cafes by new legislation from the SNP.
schmoog30/10/2019 15:06

Neat, I'll have to test the guarantee. I've got a "sultana" (?) double …Neat, I'll have to test the guarantee. I've got a "sultana" (?) double here, it's really very, very lumpy now after a few years of use.Do you need to take it in-store or is it door-to-door?


Call up they will send out an independent inspector who will report back if its manufacturing fault it will be replaced under the guarantee.
38860858-dqx0R.jpgI'm just about to head out, on my first day back living permanently in Scotland And woken up to frozen everything! I LOVE IT!

Shame there no IKEA up here lol
TheAngryMob31/10/2019 08:57

[Image] I'm just about to head out, on my first day back living …[Image] I'm just about to head out, on my first day back living permanently in Scotland And woken up to frozen everything! I LOVE IT!Shame there no IKEA up here lol


Beautiful. It’s very chilly here in Glasgow too. I’m not sure where you are but I’m going to Aviemore for some scenery next month and can’t wait as I haven’t been that far north before.
MiniMissyMoo31/10/2019 08:59

Beautiful. It’s very chilly here in Glasgow too. I’m not sure where you are …Beautiful. It’s very chilly here in Glasgow too. I’m not sure where you are but I’m going to Aviemore for some scenery next month and can’t wait as I haven’t been that far north before.


Oh, I passed Aviemore last night in -5c lol

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TheAngryMob31/10/2019 09:11

Oh, I passed Aviemore last night in -5c lol[Image]


Love the cat I’ll definitely be packing the winter woolies.
MiniMissyMoo31/10/2019 09:21

Love the cat I’ll definitely be packing the winter woolies.


Plus a spare phone, chocolates, blanket, and a shovel lol
Nice find. Heat added.
Would be after those bookshelves on Monday but no doubt they’ll all be gone by the time I get out of work
cricky1230/10/2019 19:57

Does ikea sell battered meatballs in Scotland ?



Not sure why everyone thinks Scotland is the king of deep frying? (OK, except for Mars Bars, I'll give you that one.)

The only place I've encountered battered chips (yes, chips, fried, battered, then fried again) was Stoke-on-Trent. And they were awful. (Had to get them to try!))
Loads of the Malm drawers left in Glasgow (4.10pm)
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Anyone been this morning for the Kallax unit? xx
jennyha198402/11/2019 09:42

Anyone been this morning for the Kallax unit? xx


Every body seemingly. All sold out.
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