Ireland’s Guide To Money And Living

Bargain corner

Bargain corner

BBQ bargain

Cooking outdoors this summer? Argos has got an oil drum charcoal BBQ for half price – reduced from €153.49 to €67.49, with offers on charcoal and an accessory set when you purchase. Use CheckArgos.com to find stock in your local store.

Discounted flicks

Fancy a cheaper trip to the cinema tonight? Celebrating Euro 2016, Odeon Cinemas is offering 50% off tickets ending today. Use the code 50JUNE when booking online, or enter your email address to claim a voucher to present at the ticket office.

For terms and conditions see Odeoncinemas.ie.

H/T Boards.ie user crazyderk

Holy discount, Batman

Got a Batman fanatic in the house? Smyths Toys has got a special offer on the Batmobile from Batman Vs Superman – reduced from €40.99 to €27.99.

For the early birds

With the holidays just beginning (or about to begin for primary school students), and the days of making sure the homework is done, signing forms and attending schools meetings over, the last thing you may want to think about is getting them kitted out for next year. But the early bird catches the worm, and Eason is offering a 10% discount on school books for primary school students. Just use the promotional code SORTED, and you can avail of free delivery if your order is over €10.

Eat out for less

If you’re eating out this weekend, get your hands on a €60 Captain Americas voucher for €30 from LivingSocial, valid at the Blanchardstown and Grafton Street locations.

Cheering on the boys in green

Still searching for something green to wear while you cheer on Ireland in the Euros? Heatons is currently offering a discount across their range of Ireland supporters’ gear, including a men’s rain jacket for €15.60 (reduced from €59.99), a ladies vest for €9.60 (was €17.99) and souvenir polo shirts for the Ireland v Belgium and Italy games for €21.60 (reduced from €43.19).

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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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