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All IKEA Deals, Discounts & Sales for August 2018

Ikea Backpack only £2.50 with ikea family card
Found 12th AugFound 12th Aug
Ikea sells this backpack at £2.50 if you got an ikea family card but if you haven't got the card then the price is £3.50 which is still not too bad. They also have it in back/white… Read more

https://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/ikea-family-products/travel/knalla-backpack-red-white-art-40330485/ Its just gone up to £3.




HUKD is linking to : https://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/ikea-family-products/travel/knalla-backpack-black-white-art-90330483/?tduid=098cb9753336ad63dd3b329b08bf9fa1&cid=af|de|no_cc_topic|8QLTLHoMXcHjkMCiMkq45STGXzeHDv Instead of: https://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/ikea-family-products/travel/knalla-backpack-black-white-art-90330483/


Link has changed to: https://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/ikea-family-products/travel/knalla-backpack-red-white-art-40330485/ (cheeky)



Ikea tablet stand for member’s £7.50 was £10 @Glasgow store
Found 12th AugFound 12th Aug
This stand is on sale for Ikea family card holders@ Glasgow store. Not sure if national. We had this one for an year until our toddler broke it recently. Otherwise would have been … Read more

Look like made out of chopping board... (lol)


there are £1.50 ones but are of plastic and work too. But with this model it comes with 3 height settings which avoids neck pain in toddlers and are sturdy too. I’ve never seen them for lesser prices, so thought its fairly a good deal to share.


It depends. On IKEA website when we choose ‘offers’ page and select location then depending on product’s availability it would show up.


Ikea tablet stand for member’s £7.50 was £10 at Glasgow store Do I stand my member in it?


Your pics say “Glasgow price only” so it’s doubtful that would be a national price then.

Pruta 17 piece food storage container set £4 @ Ikea
Found 8th AugFound 8th Aug
Ikea have a 17 piece set,great for batch cooking to freeze,or organise your fridge. £4
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Good find, but those boxes won't last long if you microwave food quite regularly in them. Ours got discoloured and burnt marks appeared. This is just my experience and it's tots up to the individual if they want to buy them.


Also the last green batch a couple of years ago was only £3. Every time they change colour they raise the price by 50p


I have binned mine and got the more expensive ones with glass and sealed lids well worth the extra money


Also they stain with some foods


This has been this price for a long time and actually you can get the same ones with orange lids for £3.50 at some stores. If you just want 3 with yellow lids they are 95p

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NOT floor uplighter - £5 @ IKEA (free C&C)
Found 5th AugFound 5th Aug
Gives a general light. Assembled size Max.: 100 W Height: 175 cm Base diameter: 26 cm Shade diameter: 28 cm Cord length: 1.9 m Package size & weight Floor uplighter NOT Arti… Read more

Just ordered this and another light to replace an old busted one :D Was thinking of a desk lamp but not into this one: Toilets are a bit pricey Wish me luck more funnies; buzzfeed


Yes, it's regular E27 (edison screw). I bought a Hue bulb in screw connection specifically for mine.


Bought 4 of these about 2 years ago. They have always been £5 but excellent value and look much more expensive than they are. Steel tubes that screw together with a study base, inline switch and cable clips. The dome is plastic.


The big screw that the Yeelight comes in yeah? If so, will be buying a couple of these lights


It is, that's what I did. Fantastic if you use IFTTT to put the yeelight through a nice sunset colour change at whatever time sunset happens to be each day. Edit - Sorry - can confirm it is screw in.

Creative ways to entertain the kids this summer FREE @ IKEA
Found 31st JulFound 31st Jul
Keep your kids entertained over the summer holiday with our new activity packs. Whatever their dreams, these three simple creative guides will educate and inspire your little ones … Read more

Who do you think is Ikea's target demographic exactly?


And that is why you aren't their target demographic.


I agree it actually puts me off going there now


From what I see when I have the misfortune of having to go to Ikea, it seems parents have long been taking kids there and letting them entertain themselves. More like a playground than anything else in these stores..

IKEA ANTILOP highchair with tray £9.95 instore @ IKEA Reading
LocalLocalFound 20th JulFound 20th Jul
People seem to love these and prefer them to much more expensive options. Usually an already-cheap £14, but now reduced to £9.95 at IKEA Reading, don't know about other stores.

My little ones very strong and jumpy would this be stable or isit not as steady


Went in for one today before seeing this. Same price in Cardiff, Great price!


I didn’t realise. Bargain then.


Not just the tray, you can put the seat in also. Dont think the legs will fit though :D


Great simple highchair. Cleans easy, stores easy, perfect table height. Padded blow up insert you can buy holds smaller babies in just perfect. All the big fancy high chairs lie back and the food gets dropped straight into the lap.

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Ikea - All the furniture you can eat (whatever you spend in the cafe, you get off at the till)
Refreshed 25th JulRefreshed 25th JulLocalLocal
Ikea's all the furniture you can eat deal is back! ' All the furniture you can eat Enjoy a weeknight meal* in the IKEA Restaurant & Café and we’ll take the cost of your mea… Read more
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Yes, you can buy food to buy food. I spent ~£70 by myself - didn't eat from yesterday evening (was due a fast anyway), had a smoked salmon starter, sharing platter to myself, and chocolate cake and coffee. They only allowed two ciders, as the sharing platter is for two. But got about 12 bags of nuts/dried fruit, two chocolate bars, 8 Belvoirs, some juice cartons, bottles of water, and a few more slices of apple pie and cake to put in Ikea zip lock bags and a box. Heh. Staff were very nice. Think one of the cooking staff said something to the guy that served me as he said it's a good way to do it. Funny looks from other diners though - until I explained what I was doing. Let people pass as was a bit ridiculous having a stacked trolley to myself. Came to almost exactly £70 and planned to get a £70 chair, so worked out great. But I actually bought two chocolate bars when getting my chair, so could have got more chocolate bars in the cafeteria for free effectively. You could actually just buy all food and then all food again - by taking food court goods to the till. Cheers OP. Need to get more furniture so could have done this last week too really - left it right to the last minute (I bought the chair just before closing). But to be fair the drinks and snacks are obviously massively overpriced. And I don't think the food is great. The sharing platter would be good between two though, or for a post workout feast for one etc.




Can I spend on anything not just furniture?


Shoot, I paid for food at 3:30pm, if I wait here till 5 will I be eligible for the offer? I treated it like a real buffet as well, spent £40 with 3 others.


Save water and drink wine save the Forrest take item back and get a refund after . No receipt required for full refund get a gift card and go in to cafe and spend it and go back to check out with another furniture item and get another £60 off and then return It for another gift card then go to restaurant for another meal then get another furniture item get it money of at check out take back to returns for a full refund on a gift card keep doing this until your weight starts to increase . Also remember not to give receipt at check out say you bought it weeks ago paid with cash make sure it’s a popular item that sells every day like a cheat of drawers . Happy days free food and alcohol drinks if your in England but in Scotland it just soft drinks due to min unit price law .

MOPSIG  16-piece cutlery set £3.75 @ IKEA
LocalLocalFound 11th JulFound 11th Jul
16-piece stainless steel cutlery set in store Ikea.
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100% agreed


I always believe if you’re going to be using it everyday, then buy quality.


Actually, no idea... saw the deal online...


It looks quite stylish in the photo but is this the 'functional' (read: flimsy) version they do?

RYET  LED bulb B22 or E27 400 lumen Globe 90p Ikea
LocalLocalFound 11th JulFound 11th Jul
RYET LED bulb B22 or E27 400 lumen Globe opal white
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Don’t think so.


Can't see from the link, anyone know if these are dimmable?




40?60?90? Traditional watts


What watts is this equivalent to please

Ikea Family £5 off on spend of £40 Print voucher in store and present with family card.
02/09/2018Expires on 02/09/2018LocalLocalFound 11th JulFound 11th Jul
family cardGet £5 off when you spend £40 in store with Ikea Family Card.
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Account specific, I received the £20 off £140 email last week. I have already visited and printed off the coupon.


Typically a few around the entrance and exit and a few just before the checkouts. Touch screens on an orange back board, inviting you to join or print off a temporary family card: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/353391901995750526/ <--- this is what the ones in Nottingham look like.


Where are the kiosks in the stores? I have never noticed one in ours (Wembley).


I feel your pain, I bought a kitchen...


No idea...

Crayfish Party - All you can eat buffet with wide range of deserts and soft drinks, tea and coffee £6.75 @ Ikea
LocalLocalFound 11th JulFound 11th Jul
All you can eat buffet with wide range of deserts and soft drinks, tea and coffee Mark your calendar for the last few weeks of summer, because it’s time to join in on one of the m… Read more

2 hours drive to ikea on thursday evening put me off ;(


Is this any good?


A wide range of deserts? Do they have Sahara?


BUT.....do the crayfish they serve have any taste? I'm a great fan of crustaceans of all sorts (to eat) actually they are also fascinating to observe, particularly the brilliantly coloured versions of the mantis shrimp. And intelligent. But shrimps and crayfish from freshwater are virtually tasteless. It's the salt water that gives crustaceans their taste. Crayfish are AFAIK freshwater only


This is really well hidden: Even with the direct link it does not mention a buffet just a picture of crayfish. With promotion like this the restaurant deserves to be empty but of course it will be full.

IKEA Home Solar System from £2999  – Time-Restricted Offer
Found 9th JulFound 9th Jul
What’s in the package? Blue Canadian Solar 270W modules Goodwe inverter Choose either a portrait or landscape solar array (no mix) Limited to one roof on a single or two store… Read more
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The item number should be ok?


Do you have a link to this?


There is a big seller on eBay. Search 4kw system. If I put a link on it just gets removed.


Any recommendations where?


You can have a 10kW system on domestic properties now. Used to be 4kW, recently moved house and had our 2nd system installed. 5.4kW facing East, West & South - SolarEdge with JASolar Smart Panels and a self-installed iBoost. Days like today are a dream, produces power from 5am until 8:45pm according to yesterdays figures. If you can afford the upfront costs - which have nose-dived solar still makes perfect sense for me. Free hot water, a dishwasher & washing machine that can be delayed to start when we're out at work. And everything on standby or uses just a little - fridge, freezer, alarm etc is costing me nothing. FIT is much lower but I'm still being paid to generate as well export electricity. Best money I've ever spent. May has been our best month so far, produced 793kWh of electricity 8)

£1 fish and chips Today only  plus 11% off all outdoor furniture - 8th July @ IKEA
LocalLocalFound 7th JulFound 7th Jul
To celebrate England’s win over Sweden, all Ikea cafes are offering fish and chips for £1 for tomorrow only. Show QR code and get it! It’s coming home! (football) Also 11% off … Read more

I hope he kept the receipt.




Everything else was mentioned except...how was your fish n chips?




Not in Nottingham. No fish or chips as I sadly found out yesterday.

2-4-1 on fish and chips and meatball dishes £4.50 @ Ikea
LocalLocalFound 6th JulFound 6th Jul
Celebrate the England VS Sweden game with 2-4-1 on our famous fish and chips and meatball dishes*. 2-4-1 on fish and chips and meatball dishes Terms and Conditions Celebrate … Read more

I’m actually a lovely person.


They sell bottles of lager and cans of cider.


What a nice person you are xxxxx Love you xx


I'm sure in your own little world, you are the only person who understands things. You said something stupid which made no sense, not even common sense. Now the rest of us are thick because we don't agree with your comment. Basically thats what your saying. Sucks to be you.


Assuming the offer has been withdrawn now ;)

IKEA FAMILY. Outdoor furniture and accessories. £50 off when you spend £300 in store.
02/09/2018Expires on 02/09/2018Found 6th JulFound 6th Jul
Go to the IKEA FAMILY kiosk at your local store. Login and press print coupon. Hand your coupon and your IKEA FAMILY card to the cashier when you're ready to checkout. 1. Coupon … Read more

I have £5 over £40.. (annoyed) was going to spend over £200 instore as well.... why why whyyyyyy


Is this the email promo? If so it might be that not everyone will get this. I got £20 off a £140 spend.


Go to the IKEA FAMILY kiosk at your local store and press 'Login and select print coupon.


Can't find it either!


OK, I give up where's the Coupon?

Free parcel delivery at Ikea on orders over £60, items under 150cm & 25kg
Refreshed 8th JulRefreshed 8th Jul02/09/2018Expires on 02/09/2018
FREE Parcel Delivery Terms and Conditions 1. When you spend £60 or more on products online you will receive free parcel delivery. 2. When you spend less than £60 on product… Read more

Thanks. (I spoke to IKEA. They also said that certain fragile things would be delivered by truck anyway (eg a glass picture frame), and truck deliveries were exempt.


It's coming home


You need to look at the measurements at the bottom of the page, which are the box dimensions. For this it states 163x7x5 unfortunately.


Anyone have any ideas why this IKEA picture frame doesn't come up as half price delivery? It's less than 150cm long. When I have three in the basket (to take it over £60 which should mean free delivery) the website still wants to charge full price. Cheers, (or as they say in Sweden, "Cheers").


That's not what I heard on the nudest beach

ANTILOP Highchair with tray White/silver-colour - Free Collection - £14 @ Ikea
Found 3rd JulFound 3rd Jul
We have one of these, and at £14 it's a brilliant thing to be honest. The straps are just in the right place, it's fully plastic so a wipe down with some dettol takes about a minut… Read more

We had the ikea one and like it but the lack of height adjustment and footrest was a bit of a pain. That Asda one looks good and seems to solve a couple of the ikeas shortcomings - though it would need to be as easy to clean as the ikea above all else!


Might be the normal price - but these are a great deal. Abandoned several other more expensive chairs for these which have seen us through 3 kids over the past 7 years - by the way they also stack (when the tray is detached) which is great if you have several chairs on the go. Have put them through the dishwasher a few times when they get really dirty with no problems (had to lift the mug tray out of the dishwasher mind!). Easy to transport with legs detached. Almost impossible for kids to tip themselves backward on these. Some designs have a crotch strap to prevent kids falling through the front (funnily enough one of ours did this at a restaurant where we didn't realise this strap wasn't done up properly - just disappeared under the table all of a sudden!) - this is all moulded plastic so no chance of that. Seen them in many coffee shops - presumably for all the reasons listed on this thread which makes them suitable for commercial environments.


We had an all singing all dancing super comfy one, cost loads. Then we used one of these in a cafe and realised how good they are, and immediately bought one. This is definitely a case of less is more, and I urge any newbie parents to resist the temptation to buy the most expensive thing (as we did, so frequently). Most of the time it's correct, but this time it's not- buy one of these and you'll be happy.


This is good for preemie babies as you can buy a cushion insert to pad them out


It's £9.95 instore at the moment, bought one last Sunday

Standard Double Ottoman MALM bed @ Ikea Tottenham (Edmonton) for £239 (possibly £215.1 if IKEA family member)
LocalLocalFound 27th JunFound 27th Jun
Decent quality bed for anyone looking for one that doesn't break the bank. At £239, this looks like a steal. Just be careful of the edges as they are a bit sharp, though with a duv… Read more

Don’t they have any other color


Voted HOT Great Price! Out of stock in Milton Keynes


Would like to let anyone know if you're looking at purchasing this enjoy a life of hell lol. Had recently gotten rid of this after ripping my hair out over the poor quality slats and plastic clips to go with it all (I had purchased better quality replacement slats elsewhere but still did not solve the issue with the plastic - The plastic is too flimsy and will drop the slats out of place or straight through the bed). The lift mechanism with it was unsafe after less than regular use after around 3-4 months would basically fall with its own weight shut rather than slowly close as it should. As previously mentioned to get a standard double mattress on this is far beyond reason. I luckily managed to fit mine on it but had issues caused over time with the headboard bowing backwards out of shape. All in all do yourself a favor and save the headaches take a look elsewhere it may be worth spending the additional money. Down the line I wish I did for this and replaced it with a divan based bed... back to happy night sleeps and no stress for the god awful flat packed heaven we call ikea! Note - I actually love a lot of Ikea's furniture just their beds as of recent experience with myself and family members have been well... (poo)


They dont carry ANY euro size mattress in stock, at least not at either my my two nearest stores; they have gone UK size only; however with Lidl/Aldi selling euro sized sheets dirt cheap, go for the larger euro size. Assuming they are making the frame to the original standards, this is a solidly made (very heavy!!) bed; my Euro-king sized is ~18 years old and showing only minor wear issues at the point where I tend to sit (a bit of the veneer has worn away on the very edge). I am fairly certain it will outlive me.


Yes, it's only their older models that are European sizes and they're now carrying less mattresses for those models.

Ikea  - Half Price Home Delivery - Usually £35, Now £17.50 (minimum order of £300)
02/09/2018Expires on 02/09/2018Found 26th JunFound 26th Jun
I'm in the process of moving house this week and just went to place my home delivery order with Ikea to find they are running half price home delivery for the next couple of months… Read more

www.collectdeliverinstall.com specially in collecting your item form your chosen store. Deliver it to your address. Install your item/s and remove packaging excellence services well recommended all brought and installed the same day


Not really.. There's loads of places that deliever big items for free or a hell of a lot less than Ikea. FACT.


LOL. You should start your own courier service then, I bet you would love to work for your own prices. One thing I have learnt about business. Cheap customers are the most costly. That's why I stick to my geographics of people willing to spend a bit more


All the Stuva bed combinations have gone, not listed anymore


“Him and his mate” are not selling a sofa though.. if they was selling one for £300+ then maybe they might (if they have a van of course) so your comment is completely irrelevant.

Ikea oven £50! + 10% family card discount £45. Lakeside store (instore)
LocalLocalFound 22nd JunFound 22nd Jun
Brand new oven with warranty for £45? Not often that comes around. Lakeside store till 1st of July. Unsure about other stores, worth a check.

Its a proper oven, lots run off 13a fuse these days and it cooks fine, just no grill.


Not a fan oven which is unusual. Only a 10a fuse so up to 2.4kw max? So basically a toaster oven that you could just about run off a three pin plug. But for £50 probably the toaster oven to go for if thats really what you want...


The Garlic mentions grill somewhere but cant see the £50 anymore. Put gas/induction/electric ring ontop. Maybe that will be costeffective and practical?


I bought this or very similar ten years ago and it's still going strong in my holiday home. Only thing is that it doesn't have a grill.


Go got the Gorlic at £60 (54) if you must