Ireland’s Guide To Money And Living

Bargain corner

Bargain corner

By Christopher O’Riordan

Hit the road

Planning on taking a road trip this summer? If you haven’t got a sat nav, and your phone’s battery dies at the mere mention of Google Maps, head down to Halfords, who are offering big reductions on ex-display Garmin Nuvi sat navs.

The six-inch nuviCam comes with a built-in dash cam, full European maps and traffic warnings and is yours for €155, reduced from €379.99. The five-inch nuvi 2599, meanwhile, comes with lifetime Europe maps and traffic, and is on sale for €90 (was €219.99), and the nuvi 2519, featuring lifetime Ireland and UK maps, will set you back just €75 (was €179.99).

They could turn out to be priceless, however, should you find yourself utterly lost on the highways and byways of Norfolk or Northumberland!

H/T Boards.ie user rebelbmx

Here comes Adventure

If you fancy giving the kids a good time this weekend, check out Fort Lucan Outdoor AdventureLand. They’re currently offering a variety of discounts via Groupon – deals include a €24 day pass for one adult and two children (40% discount) and €45 for a day pass for one adult and four children (41% off).

Plus two children under two go free!

Introduce a friend to Sky

Do you have a friend thinking about forking out for Sky TV? There could be something in it for you both – ask them to sign up on 0818 716 011 and Sky will give you a €75 prepaid MasterCard, with a €50 prepaid MasterCard and a free Sky+ HD box for your friend.

As Sky says, there’s no limit to the cashback you could earn – we hope you have a lot of friends.

A little extra from Xtra-vision

If you’re a devastated fan of Xtra-vision, the fallen rental giant has one last gift to offer – they’re currently holding an online liquidation sale to get rid of their stock, with up to 70% off DVDs, games and music, plus free delivery when you spend €25 or more.

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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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