IKEA IKEA: Get a Valentine's Day Dinner for 2 for $29.99 at IKEA Canada Valentine's Day Dinner for 2 at IKEA!

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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and if you’re still without plans, why not spend it at IKEA! On Friday, February 14th, you can get a special romantic dinner for 2 for just $29.99 for IKEA Family members ($34.99 for non-members).

This one-night-only experience includes a 3-course meal complete with wine or beer, special Valentine’s Day decor (music, candles, flowers, etc.), and each couple will receive a parting gift as well.

Here’s what they’ll be serving up during the special event:

  • Choice of Starter (Soup or Salad)
  • Choice of Main
    • Meatballs with bacon and herb-infused mashed potatoes, mixed vegetables and lingonberry sauce
    • Glazed salmon, cauliflower puree, marinated vegetables and Nordic shrimp
    • Veggie balls with ratatouille, mixed vegetables topped with gremolata and parmesans crisps
  • Dessert (Cheesecake or Chocolate Cake)
  • One glass of wine, beer or non-alcoholic sparkling beverage
  • Coffee, tea & fountain drinks also included with purchase

Ticket go on sale January 20th and must be purchased in-store at the IKEA restaurant checkout in advance of the event (similar to how the Crayfish party worked).

Dinners will run between 4:30pm to 7:30pm on February 14th and customers can check their local store webpage for exact timing.

Don’t have a babysitter? Bring your kids along and make it a family night out. Kids meals are just $3.49 and there will be Valentine’s Day crafts. SMALAND is also open but is first come first serve with limited capacity.

IKEA events are very popular so if you’re interested, make sure to stop by your local IKEA early to purchase your ticket.

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    • Must be perfect paired with that lump of “Tibetan” salt from Costco!
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    • Time to test the relationship by bringing her there... Will get the results same day...
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    • Great way to ruin the relationship.
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    • GroundBus wrote: Great way to ruin the relationship.
      If this ruins your relationship there wasn't much of one to start with...
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    • Hey honey, Imma take you out somewhere pretty for Valentines. Howsabout Ikea?
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    • Their salmon is pretty decent. Surprisingly moist for pre made food.
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    • Nothing says better 'I love you' than Ikea meatballs
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    • umega890 wrote: Time to test the relationship by bringing her there... Will get the results same day...
      Another great way to test the relationship was when IKEA did their "$1 Breakfast". Waking them up early in the morning and telling them that you're taking them out for breakfast. If it fails, atleast it didn't break the bank 😎
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    • TransporterSD wrote: Nothing says better 'I love you' than Ikea meatballs
      made from fresh horse
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    • GroundBus wrote: Great way to ruin the relationship.
      Sounds like you need a healthy serving of meatballs because your wife took yours.
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    • lol, place should be packed with millennials looking to spruce up their parents basements and love life.
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    • This is IKEA

      There’s so much to know about IKEA beyond our low-price furniture.
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    • Not a bad place to propose. Go on one knee once she takes the ring out of the cup. Nothing says I love you than saying I Love You, among 100s of families and screaming kids - to show her the future and that family bond those families have.
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    • Here for the comments😂
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    • That is actually expensive for Ikea food lol
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    • First date was actually at Ikea. This will be great for stoking some nostalgia, thanks OP.
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    • So head to the bedding department after the fine V-day meal?
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    • Ikea blows my mind. I don't get where they come up with their prices/products.
      This is supposed to be them offering people a deal?
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