That’s right: IKEA’s Traditional Breakfast will cost just a loonie tomorrow.
The Traditional Breakfast consists of two sausages, scrambled eggs, a piece of toast, home fries, and tomato slices. You can get your $1 breakfast at the IKEA locations at Leslie & Sheppard, The Queensway, Vaughan, or Burlington.
This isn’t the first time IKEA’s Traditional Breakfast was on for $1. In fact, the furniture giant’s Traditional Breakfast was $1 up until as recently as 2017.
To keep the holiday celebrations running, IKEA is even offering an all-you-can-eat Swedish-style buffet to stores across Canada.
Also known as a Swedish Julboard, Daily Hive reports that the feast will be available throughout the month of December, offering shoppers the opportunity to take part in Swedish Christmas traditions. As you may remember, IKEA’S Swedish-style feast was available at select stores last year, too.
On the IKEA Swedish buffet menu, diners will find oven-baked or boiled Christmas ham, herring, marinated salmon, meatballs, eggs, a variety of cabbage, cheese, gingerbread, and so much more.
The entire meal is all-you-can-eat, so come with your eating pants on! The best part is that tickets for the buffet are just $19.99 for IKEA Family members, while children’s tickets are just $9.99.
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