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(Students) Spend £50 get a £10 off Voucher (No min spend) (With valid Student ID) @ IKEA - Selected stores
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(Students) Spend £50 get a £10 off Voucher (No min spend) (With valid Student ID) @ IKEA - Selected stores

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Posted 19th AugEdited by:"reindeer333"

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**UPDATE** It turns out you get a £10 off voucher (no min spend) which contains a QR code when you spend £50. You will need your student ID for your first purchase (i.e the £50 spend) to get the £10 off voucher. To redeem the £10 voucher you will need to bring the voucher (which contains the QR code) and student ID (just to be safe). Sorry for any confusion - the T&C's were misleading.

Decent offer for students starting next month at IKEA. I'm sure parents can make use of this offer when dropping off their son/daughter if they don't need anything themselves

Subject to these terms and conditions, this offer entitles students to £10 off when they spend £50 or more, on products in store in a single transaction

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To claim the Offer, you must make a qualifying purchase paying the minimum amount specified in a single in-store transaction in the same IKEA Store and present: a valid UNiDAYS ID or other valid student ID (such as an NUS Card or official university student ID; and a valid QR code.

The Offer does not apply to purchases from: IKEA Shop Online, IKEA gift cards, IKEA Cafe, IKEA Bistro, IKEA Swedish Food Market and IKEA Restaurant.




Cardiff
7-29 September 2019 (inclusive)


Lakeside
7-13 September 2019 (inclusive)


North West - Warrington
16-26 September 2019 (inclusive)


Reading
1-30 September 2019 (inclusive)


Southampton
9 September- 4 October 2019 (inclusive)


West Midlands - Coventry
9 September- 4 October (inclusive)


West Midlands - Birmingham
14 September – 13 October 2019 (inclusive)



Yorkshire - Leeds
16 September – 6 October 2019 (inclusive)



Yorkshire - Sheffield
16 September – 6 October 2019 (inclusive)
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I don't know if this helps anyone but I personally have never bought anything direct from IKEA and just gone to Gumtree to get stuff. So many people use IKEA as their "starter furtniture" that there always seem to be a ton of it on gumtree when people want to upgrade and because it's quite well built the quality normally holds up.

I got my entire bedroom suite for less than a third of the price of new and everything was in perfect order. Worth thinking about.
Edited by: "shtivshtiv" 19th Aug
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Nice deal,Son needs a few things for uni accommodation so will wait and buy in September.
Only in the stores listed above / online?
Thanks for this @reindeer333

My daughter and I were only talking last night about a trip to Ikea before she returns to uni 😸
Where is bristol? Bristol has uni.
Great deal!
In the deal details, IKEA is referring to QR code presented with uni id at a time of purchase.
How does one get a leaflet with code?
suniil19/08/2019 07:00

Only in the stores listed above / online?


Yes

Not sure if other stores will be added but I think this will be unlikely.
reindeer33319/08/2019 08:12

Yes Not sure if other stores will be added but I think this will be …Yes Not sure if other stores will be added but I think this will be unlikely.


Thank you @reindeer333 , I'll checkout Greenwich store whilst dropping off daughter in Trinity.

I only wanted to get a Symfonisk bookshelf speaker to test as I think it's a bargain buy for £99 (it has play 3 design)
Edited by: "suniil" 19th Aug
How to get the qr code?
Great deal
Edited by: "ben3t" 19th Aug
I don't know if this helps anyone but I personally have never bought anything direct from IKEA and just gone to Gumtree to get stuff. So many people use IKEA as their "starter furtniture" that there always seem to be a ton of it on gumtree when people want to upgrade and because it's quite well built the quality normally holds up.

I got my entire bedroom suite for less than a third of the price of new and everything was in perfect order. Worth thinking about.
Edited by: "shtivshtiv" 19th Aug
No Nottingham ??
The terms mention a QR code but don’t mention where to get it. What QR code are they talking about?

Unless they mean the one on membership cards?
Edited by: "FrancescaJ" 19th Aug
Hi, if I buy a bed for example for like £250 will I get £10 off each £50? Or just £10 off.
Damn no London stores ?
Nice Now all my fellow HUKD “students” that acquired an NUS card can get something worthwhile
great but it's a shame that it applies only in these stores
so the QR code i get after spending £50 is available to spend in the next transaction immediately same day?
Codiedolcy19/08/2019 11:08

Damn no London stores ?



If you are in East London then Lakeside is my normal store.
I'm very surprised that Gateshead isn't included, Newcastle has a very significant student population withboth Newcastle and Northumbria universities (as well as Sunderland University a 30 minute drive away).
Is it just me but no minimum spend but you need to spend £50 or more?
Bjarkster19/08/2019 12:10

Is it just me but no minimum spend but you need to spend £50 or more? …Is it just me but no minimum spend but you need to spend £50 or more?


You have to spend £50 or more to get the voucher and then once you have the £10 voucher there is no minimum spend on your next transaction.
This is a good deal, definitely going to use it. Thank you
Some students are richer than me!
shtivshtiv19/08/2019 10:39

I don't know if this helps anyone but I personally have never bought …I don't know if this helps anyone but I personally have never bought anything direct from IKEA and just gone to Gumtree to get stuff. So many people use IKEA as their "starter furtniture" that there always seem to be a ton of it on gumtree when people want to upgrade and because it's quite well built the quality normally holds up.I got my entire bedroom suite for less than a third of the price of new and everything was in perfect order. Worth thinking about.


I wish this advice was true as I love buying from Gumtree but I have found that gumtree prices for IKEA is either the same as brand new or more expensive.
For example I got MALM drawers and units on sale at IKEA they periodically do, maybe £5 off each
Same units are on Gumtree for RRP and some even more, and they get taken fast.
It's because a lot of people don't drive or are hours away from an IKEA and delivery prices are sky high on IKEA website
thedealsman19/08/2019 13:55

I wish this advice was true as I love buying from Gumtree but I have found …I wish this advice was true as I love buying from Gumtree but I have found that gumtree prices for IKEA is either the same as brand new or more expensive.For example I got MALM drawers and units on sale at IKEA they periodically do, maybe £5 off eachSame units are on Gumtree for RRP and some even more, and they get taken fast.It's because a lot of people don't drive or are hours away from an IKEA and delivery prices are sky high on IKEA website


Oh that's a shame. Maybe I've lucky because I'm in london because there's always something that comes up that is dirt cheap.
thedealsman19/08/2019 13:55

I wish this advice was true as I love buying from Gumtree but I have found …I wish this advice was true as I love buying from Gumtree but I have found that gumtree prices for IKEA is either the same as brand new or more expensive.For example I got MALM drawers and units on sale at IKEA they periodically do, maybe £5 off eachSame units are on Gumtree for RRP and some even more, and they get taken fast.It's because a lot of people don't drive or are hours away from an IKEA and delivery prices are sky high on IKEA website


Plus they don't need to have tools/knowledge/ability to put together. ikea stuff sells well used - I have had some stuff for a few years and sold for near what I paid. We were after some bedside tables from Hemnes range and not willing to pay RRP. took us 3 months to get a set for £10 each instead of £80 each, far from ideal but we saved a load. Got 2 other sets but had small marks on them but were so well priced we basically made about £60 on selling them on. So you can have deals and bargains, find FB marketplace has a lot more on it, but as you say most people are savvy so you rely on seeing the ads quick and collecting immediately.
Shame no east midlands
shtivshtiv19/08/2019 14:00

Oh that's a shame. Maybe I've lucky because I'm in london because there's …Oh that's a shame. Maybe I've lucky because I'm in london because there's always something that comes up that is dirt cheap.


Have you tried freecycle.org? Everything is free. I've furnished most my house with new or nearly new for free.
I'm studying bujitsu, do I qualify?
shtivshtiv19/08/2019 14:00

Oh that's a shame. Maybe I've lucky because I'm in london because there's …Oh that's a shame. Maybe I've lucky because I'm in london because there's always something that comes up that is dirt cheap.



Think that's what it could be. More people = more deals.

Have seen some things cheap on facebook etc, but like other comments, it can sometimes be cheaper to buy from Ikea.
Is it just me who sees a fault? “No Minimum Spend”...”Spend £50”..
What about students doing a degree at a college and not University?
Obviously there is a minimum spend, £50...
yvonne.jennings19/08/2019 23:32

What about students doing a degree at a college and not University?


Ill be honest, I’m doing that and you can still get away with it. Just set your college or university when asked as one under the eligible ones and use your college email. Then verify with college email, they wont confirm its correct for that university.
shtivshtiv19/08/2019 10:39

I don't know if this helps anyone but I personally have never bought …I don't know if this helps anyone but I personally have never bought anything direct from IKEA and just gone to Gumtree to get stuff. So many people use IKEA as their "starter furtniture" that there always seem to be a ton of it on gumtree when people want to upgrade and because it's quite well built the quality normally holds up.I got my entire bedroom suite for less than a third of the price of new and everything was in perfect order. Worth thinking about.


Nice £700 dinning table starter I have
Does anyone know whether the £10 voucher can be used on the same day as the initial purchase? For example, can I spend £50 in one transaction and immediately use the £10 towards another?
Anyone know if this works in Ireland? South... :/
No1Funnymummy23/08/2019 07:16

Anyone know if this works in Ireland? South... :/


Eligible stores are in the OP.
How many times can it be used?
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