Frequently asked questions


The regulations determine who can participate in this campaign – mainly adults. If you like Gatuniaki Animals and you are under 18 years old, then ask your parents or grandparents. This age limit results from legal provisions applicable for this type of campaign. At the same time, we would like to emphasise that Gatuniaki Animals are suitable only for children over 3 years of age.

All you have to do is shop at Aleja Bielany. For every 50 PLN spent and noted on the receipt, you are entitled to receive 1 sticker. You can exchange 5 stickers for 1 Gatuniaki Animal and remember that you can collect the whole collection of 12 Gatuniaki Animals!

Gatuniaki toys represent 12 endangered species of animals from all over the world. Starting with the exotic hippos and ending with the bees that you can encounter in our country. These toys are erasers that you can use to wipe your pencil. Remember that erasers disappear over time - just like endangered species.

In order to get Gatuniaki Animals, you need to make purchases in accordance with the rules of this campaign. It Is not possible to directly purchase these toys.

There is the Campaign Service Point at Aleja Bielany, where you can show your receipts and get the stickers, which can be exchanged for Gatuniaki Animals. It also provides all the necessary information about the campaign. The Campaign Service Point is open during the Aleja Bielany’s working hours, from Monday to Saturday. It is closed on no-trade Sundays.

The regulations determine few exceptions, e.g. alcohol products, tobacco products, etc. Nevertheless, even if your receipt includes these products, then a hostess will subtract them from your total expenses and accept all other purchases.

Of course. We encourage all IKEA customers to participate in the campaign!

No. Only the proofs of purchase (e.g. receipts) for purchases made during the term of this campaign entitle you to participate, i.e. from September 6 to October 31 (or while stocks last).

Yes - as long as we have it at the given moment.

The organiser determines in the regulations that the term of this campaign ends on October 31 or while stocks last. During the campaign, the customer can exchange the receipts for stickers, and the stickers for Gatuniaki Animals according to their availability.

We encourage you to get our educational book on endangered species of animals. It can be the perfect gift for your child. Moreover, here you can find its digital version. This book includes a lot of interesting and important information concerning the endangered species of animals and biodiversity.

Unfortunately, this is not the case. There are also endangered species living in our area, e.g. bees that are very important to our ecosystem.

The owner of Aleja Bielany - Ingka Centres donated 40 000 PLN to the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, which works to protect the elephants. This subsidy will allow to provide food for 200 elephants for 1 year.
Moreover, as part of this campaign, we carry out educational activities that are intended to increase awareness of the threat to the lives of many animal species.