IKEA is selling a full breakfast that includes six items for the bargain price of £1!
If you fancy a hearty breakfast at a discount price then you need to head to your nearest IKEA.
The affordable furniture store may usually be known for their yummy meatballs but things are about to change now that you can get a full fry up for £1.
The fry up was originally launched last year and was priced at £1.75, but has now been made even cheaper.
Although it would make the ideal breakfast for those weekend hangovers, unfortunately, this great offer is only on from Monday to Friday.
However, it would make a filling breakfast for those days you have a late start at work or have the morning to yourself.
On a Saturday and Sunday, this full breakfast will set you back £2.50 so it won’t break the bank – but in it the weekday it is a much better bargain.
For meat-eaters, they can tuck into a full breakfast which includes one sausage, one piece of bacon, one omelette, one hash brown, baked beans and half a grilled tomato. Meanwhile, vegetarians can enjoy one vegetarian sausage, one omelette, one hash brown, baked beans, mushrooms and half a grilled tomato. If you don’t like something, you can mix and match from something else in the selection.
This fantastic deal was announced on IKEA’s Facebook page and was met with plenty of enthusiasm.
The deal will end on 27 March, so you now have nine weeks to indulge on affordable and delicious breakfasts.
The breakfast will be available from 11 am and after that, you’ll have to opt for one of their equally tasty Swedish classics.
From 11 am onwards, there is also another deal which means you can get two portions of meatballs (or other selected main meals) and two desserts for just £10. This is only available to those who have the IKEA Family card.
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