Everyone loves a fry-up of some sort, don’t they? You do have to loosen the purse strings a little because it can be an expenny affair buying bacon, sausages, eggs, beans, tomatoes, bread and hash browns. That’s without thinking about the optional extras such as black/white pudding, mushrooms and potatoes.
So, what if we told you that there’s a six-piece breakfast you can get your hands on for £1.75 ($2.20)? You’d probably tell us to feck off, wouldn’t you?
Well you better believe it because the cheap fry-up is available at IKEA – yep, the place you go when you need a new wardrobe, cheap tea towels or a massive blue bag for life.
For the small price of £1.75 (just making sure you’ve read it right) you can get yourself six items which include: bacon, sausage, egg, hash brown, tomato and beans.
The one thing you will need to get this discount price is an IKEA Family card – an orange plastic slice of success. You can apply here.
According to Hotukdeals, having this card will mean you’re eligible to pay less for your brekkie but you will also be able to treat yourself to a free cup of tea or coffee. As we all know, not many things come for free these days.
You will need an IKEA Family card to get the discounted price. Credit: PA
To make things even better – if you fancy something a little more than a bog standard brew then you can upgrade to a cappuccino or latte for 50p extra.
If you don’t have this snazzy little loyalty card then you will pay £2.50 ($3) which is still not a price you’ll find us complaining about.
The Mirror reported that the offer is available at the Swedish flatpack furniture stores on weekdays before 11am. We would call that fuel for a very long, albeit organised, walk around the blue and yellow maze.
You might not fancy any food and that’s fine because you can still have a free brew if you show your IKEA Family card.
It’s not just the free tea and coffee that you’re benefitting from with the card, you will also get regular offers, special prices on selected products and an extra 10 percent off sale prices. What’s not to love about this?
So, let’s all get an early night and prepare to battle through tomorrow morning’s breakfast queues…