Ireland’s Guide To Money And Living

Bargain corner

Bargain corner

Get gaming

Fancy a virtually free Android game? Google Play’s deal of the week is Epic War TD 2 from AMT Games, currently available for 10c.

H/T Boards.ie user duridian

Done deals

We’ve covered the costs of communion day recently, advising shoppers to consider low cost alternatives such as Mr Price in a bid to avoid wasting your hard earned cash. DoneDeal has recently revealed average prices for communion outfits on their website: with over 800 live ads the average dress will set you back €78, while suits cost approx. €53. Considering that dresses and suits could cost anywhere up to €200 or more in shops, that’s a fairly significant saving.

Outdoor fun

Lidl’s going camping mad this week, with a range of bargains to be had including foldable camping tables for €21.99, LED lanterns for €12.99, solar chargers for €14.99 and a three-person tent for €34.99.

Get into SEO

Interested in learning more about SEO practices for WordPress? ‘SEO 2016 for WordPress: Reach Top Spot in Google Search’ is currently on offer for free from online course provider Udemy, usually priced at €20. Topics covered include URL length, plugins, sitemaps, meta descriptions and Google Analytics.

H/T Boards.ie user AccessAW

Attention rugby fans

Ireland’s Six Nations campaign earlier this year couldn’t really be described as a success. Two wins from five games wasn’t what the fans would have expected, particularly as some thought Ireland might spring for three in a row. Nevertheless, the competition is over, and some people are already looking forward to 2017’s championship. Those people include LivingSocial, with a deal on offer for Ireland’s second match of the tournament against Italy in Rome. For €179 per person, you’ll get a two night stay in a three star hotel, plus a match ticket, or a three night stay for €199. If you’re looking for a more luxurious trip with a four star hotel, you’ll fork out €399 per person for the privilege.

 

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When not writing about all things personal finance, You & Your Money's editor Conor Forrest enjoys reading, football and getting lost in an ocean of Wikipedia articles.
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