IF you ever fancy a fry up (and really, who doesn't?) then you should pop by Ikea for a bargain price on a six-piece breakfast.
The flat-pack furnishing giant is selling the meals for just £1.75, but you'll need a loyalty card to get it.
For the low price, you can get your hands on an entire breakfast complete with bacon, sausage, egg, hash brown, tomato and beans, plus a free cup of tea or coffee.
The offer is available to everyone with an Ikea Family card at the in-store restaurant, on weekdays before 11am.
If you don't already have the loyalty card, you can sign up for free on the retailer's website.
With the card, you'll also get regular offers, special prices on selected products and an extra 10 percent off sale prices.
If you don't have it, you'll have to fork out £2.50 for exactly the same breakfast.
The food offer isn't a new thing at Ikea, but it was recently spotted by users of deal-sharing website Hotukdeals, and some are really excited.
One user said: "Great thanks for the info," while another wrote: "I wish I had one near my workplace."
If you're keeping a close eye on your waistline, you'll want to know that the whole plate contains 473 calories.
Morrisons cafes also serve breakfast, but they're slightly more expensive as the cheapest one costs £3.75 and contains 1,009 calories per plate.
It's bigger though and includes sausage, bacon, hash brown, egg, baked beans and half a tomato as well as two slices of toast.
While Wetherspoon sells a very similar breakfast with just one slice of toast for the same £3.75 price, but keep in mind its prices can vary across the country. The treat contains 907 calories.
Ikea has 25 branches including restaurants across the UK. You can find your nearest one using its store locator tool.
Ikea customers could soon be allowed to rent furniture instead of buying under new plans revealed earlier this year.
A few weeks ago, the retailer launched a "robot cupboard" that slides around your room – and doubles as a bed, desk, sofa and wall.
Meanwhile, here's how to skip queues, find store shortcuts and save money at the retailer.
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