You Can Score IKEA's Famous Swedish Meatball For One Peso Per Piece

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Would you believe it's been a year since the Swedish furniture store IKEA opened in the Philippines? Yup, it's been a whirlwind anniversary week with tons of cool deals on home staples, perks for IKEA Family members, and even discounts on food items at the Bistro, Cafe, and Marketplace. Another birthday treat that IKEA has added to the list is a promo on their famous Swedish Meatballs which you can grab at P1 per piece on November 25, 2022 only.

Get your fill of IKEA Meatballs with this One-Peso Deal:

Normally priced starting at P159/eight pieces, IKEA's Swedish Meatballs (a.k.a Köttbullar) will be on sale for P1 per piece at the Swedish Restaurant for one day only. And while we won't judge you for wanting as much of these treats as you can, there is a 30-piece limit per person per transaction. We wouldn't want anyone hoarding these bites all for themselves right?

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BRB, as we make plans to carpool to IKEA Pasay tomorrow. Don't have a chance to visit during the promo period? Chill. The meatballs are a staple at the Swedish Restaurant and are available in frozen packs at the Swedish Marketplace. Heck, IKEA also released the recipe for them so if you feel like making them yourself instead, why not?

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IKEA is at the Mall of Asia Square, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City. For more information, visit IKEA Philippines' Facebook page.

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This story originally appeared on spot.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Yummy.ph editors.

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