IKEA: FREE Meal for Whole Family with $100 Home Furnishings Purchase (2/17 – 2/19)

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Have IKEA nearby? 

If you have an IKEA nearby and are in the market for some new furniture, you may want to consider taking your hungry family with you! February 17th through February 19th only, participating IKEA stores will deduct your ENTIRE restaurant bill when purchase $100 or more in home furnishings!

Here’s what you’ll need to do:

  1. Purchase your meal in the IKEA Restaurant
  2. Receive a coupon with your receipt
  3. Present your IKEA Family Card to store cashier
  4. Give your coupon and receipt to the check-out cashier and receive the total amount of your meal deducted from your purchase of over $100!

*Offer valid for existing and new IKEA Family members only. Restaurant purchase must be consumed on the premises. Limit one restaurant receipt per store discount. Offer valid February 17th-19th only at participating IKEA stores. Offer not valid at IKEA Stoughton, IKEA Carson, IKEA Memphis and IKEA New Haven.

Save $20 off $150!

Plus, check your inbox as you may have an email with a coupon good for $20 off a $150 IKEA purchase! Your Ikea Family number will be required to receive this offer. Present the printed coupon or electronic copy in-store at checkout.

Note that this offer cannot be used with any other offer or discount, except IKEA FAMILY product offers. 

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Comments 12

  1. keesh

    It’s so easy to walk I to Ikea and spend $100 and I am glad they are offering free meals this is a nice store I shop there every chance I get .

  2. Ally

    So spend 100$ and get 100$ in food?

    • Diana

      You get however much food you want from the restaurant, when you check out and keep the receipt. Go shop for whatever you want from the store and when you checkout and make a purchase over $100, they’ll deduct the total amount from restaurant receipt. So technically, yes, if you got $100 of food then I guess your merchandise will be $100 off.

    • nicole

      $100 in food at Ikea is harder than you’d think (but yes, they’ll take that amount off) My family of five does this all the time when they have this and we allow ourselves to splurge in ways we never do when eating out (everyone gets a beverage instead of water, dessert, etc.) And I swear the total ends up being less than when we eat out at a regular restaurant and save as much money as we can.

      • Cat

        Not really. My daughter and I and my two grandkids did this for the first time this last time they did it. I think we got like two extra meals just to share and to try new things but for just two adults and two kids and a few extras our bill was about $60.

  3. Shyann

    Anyone have the $20 off coupon they are not using? I didn’t get one and could use one. Thanks!

  4. Hayley

    Does anyone know what an “IKEA Family Member” is? Is that any IKEA customer or is that for people who have memberships (similar to Sam’s Club or Costco) to IKEA?

    • Me

      Free to join loyalty club, ala the supermarkets. You get a card to scan at the register that gives the sale prices in the same way. Plus you can see your past purchases when you login online.

  5. Cat

    The last time we went we saw a family of maybe six or seven people and they were all eating and the table was full of food and there were four of the carts on wheels that were just covered in plates of food. They had to have been two groups with two receipts. There was so much food.

  6. EM

    What is considered “home furnishings”? Does furniture count?

    • Jean

      The whole store is considered home furnishings…I did this deal in the past and didn’t quite have enough of a total (was just under $100) so I grabbed some sparkling pear juice by the register to put me over the top. And then my coupon/receipt from the restaurant worked. Hopefully that made sense!!

  7. LC

    Yum! I love the Ikea food court

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