The Money Saving Expert will have thrilled fans of Ikea restaurants as he revealed how anyone can get a £1 breakfast from the company. Martin Lewis revealed all on ITV today.
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How to get a £1 Ikea breakfast
Visit any Ikea store with a restaurant and you can get a cooked six-piece breakfast for £1 (norm £2.50 or £1.75), until Friday 27 March, on weekdays before 11am.
Anyone can get it – you don’t need to be an Ikea Family member to get it.
The six-piece breakfast includes a sausage, bacon, omelette, hash brown, baked beans and a grilled tomato.
There’s also a veggie option which includes a vegetarian sausage and mushrooms instead of bacon.
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Normally the six item breakfast costs £2.50.
You can find your nearest Ikea store using the company’s store locator on its website.
Twitter users seemed keen to take Ikea up on the exciting offer.
One wrote: “How many times can I physically go to IKEA for breakfast between now and March 27th? Place bets now.”
Another simple posted an image of the breakfast with a heart-eyes emoji and the flame emoji.
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An Ikea closure was announced earlier this week.
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The retailer announced it will close the Coventry branch.
This shop will be closing in summer, although the specific date is not known.
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Peter Jelkeby, from IKEA UK, said: “The proposed closure of the store has not been an easy decision, particularly given the impact it will have on our co-workers.
“I would like to thank our Coventry co-workers who have contributed enormously throughout this time. Although this isn’t an easy decision, this is the right decision for the long-term success of IKEA in the UK.”
The loss of the store is putting 352 jobs at risk.
A statement read: “Given its location and the size of the land available at the time, the store was built over seven levels, which resulted in a significant impact on the operating costs of the store and the shopping experience for customers.”
In more food news, a Home Bargains salt has gone viral with Britons claiming it makes meals taste just like a takeaway.
One Twitter user wrote: “This over chips is amazing, like actual Chinese salt and pepper chips!! £1 from home bargains.”
Another said: “You can get salt and pepper seasoning from Home Bargains for a quid.” They added an emoji with love hearts for eyes.
Over on Facebook the fan frenzy continued.
One wrote: “I made salt and pepper chips with it last night. Was absolutely delicious! I recommend it.”
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