IKEA IKEA Eat Your Receipt: Get a Discount on Purchases of $200.00 or More When You Eat at the IKEA Restaurant Get a Discount When You Eat at the IKEA Restaurant

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Eat your way to savings at IKEA, because Eat Your Receipt is back and you'll get a discount on home furnishing purchases of $200.00 or more when you dine at the IKEA Restaurant!

As per tradition, simply eat at the IKEA Restaurant & Café before shopping, save your receipt, then present it during at checkout to get your discount -- your merchandise savings will be equal to the amount you paid at the IKEA Restaurant before tax.

There are some restrictions, as the Eat Your Receipt discount is only applicable with home furnishing purchases and must be redeemed on the same day as your IKEA Restaurant visit. Online purchases, previous purchases, As-Is products, services, IKEA Bistro and Swedish Food Market products are excluded.

Eat Your Receipt is effective until March 29 at all IKEA stores in Canada -- click here to find the location nearest you.

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    • Is there a max amount for the restaurant. If I were to eat $100 worth of food would they deduct that from the total furniture bill? There must be a cap isn’t it?
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    • Babaji01 wrote: Is there a max amount for the restaurant. If I were to eat $100 worth of food would they deduct that from the total furniture bill? There must be a cap isn’t it?
      No cap. I spent well over $100 on food last year and discount was honoured at checkout no question asked.
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    • One of the funnest deals on here if you need to actually buy something from Ikea. I've gathered family members several times and had huge meals for just the tax that doesn't get deducted.
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    • done it the last few times and got $200 off each time. Still got about 25 chocolate bars and some random bags of nuts left from the last time i went....
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    • What did you ordered at Ikea restaurant over $100?
      Tadalafil wrote: No cap. I spent well over $100 on food last year and discount was honoured at checkout no question asked.
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    • Does this include beer from the restaurant? 😲
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    • 82 wrote: What did you ordered at Ikea restaurant over $100?
      Invited the inlaws for AYAC dinner, and had left overs for the next couple of days. Their meatballs and fish and chips were pretty good, the butter chicken was disappointing.
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    • Tadalafil wrote: Invited the inlaws for AYAC dinner, and had left overs for the next couple of days. Their meatballs and fish and chips were pretty good, the butter chicken was disappointing.
      Ikea sells BUTTER CHICKEN????
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    • What does ikea consider home furnishing?
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    • ratatapa wrote: What does ikea consider home furnishing?
      Not a light bulb :)
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    • sherminator wrote: One of the funnest deals on here if you need to actually buy something from Ikea. I've gathered family members several times and had huge meals for just the tax that doesn't get deducted.
      Or you can just wait for the item you want to go on sale outside of this deal and not feel obligated to eat your face off to get a “deal”.
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    • Shaking my head at the people on this thread admitting to abusing the deal. Yes there is no fine print on how much you’re capped at, but come on... have some class.
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    • Krime1k wrote: Or you can just wait for the item you want to go on sale outside of this deal and not feel obligated to eat your face off to get a “deal”.
      Or you can get the item you want that's on sale and get this deal at the same time?
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    • Can I bring families there to eat for free is purchase above 200cad? Lol
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    • Hi how it works? Like you still pay at the restaurant and claim it back at customer service?
      And you can get chocolate bar etc, dont have to eat right there then that means you can claim the whole 200$ back if you want?
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    • Miata4587 wrote: Hi how it works? Like you still pay at the restaurant and claim it back at customer service?
      If you read the print it goes like this

      1) Go to restaurant and eat for exemple 50$
      2) Buy home furniture for 200$ minimum (i'll use 250$ in this case)
      3) give the Restaurant bill whe nyou pay
      4) Your Home Furniture will now be 200$ + (the taxe worth of a 250$ buy)
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    • lemmiwinks wrote: Shaking my head at the people on this thread admitting to abusing the deal. Yes there is no fine print on how much you’re capped at, but come on... have some class.
      How are they abusing the deal? The fine print says nothing about limits of how much you eat/purchase in terms of food... It would be abusing if they found a way around the system, however they are not getting around the system in any way here.
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    • so you can bring tupperware and dump the food you cant eat to make your purchase basically free?
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