Ireland’s Guide To Money And Living

Bargain corner

Bargain corner
Sky Sports discount

The new Premier League season is almost upon us, so you may be thinking about reactivating Sky Sports if you dumped it for the summer months, or simply signing up for the first time. With Sky hoping to get some new viewers for their 159 live games, new Sky customers can avail of 20% off the Sky Sports bundle, resulting in a monthly bill of €53.60 (usually €67) for 12 months, as well as a €100 reward and a free Sky+ HD box. For existing customers, you can add the Sky Sports bundle for an additional €18.75 per month (usually €37.50) for six months.

H/T Boards.ie user magicmoves

Find your way

Planning a trip along unknown roads this summer? Halfords is offering €20.99 off the TomTom Start 20 with lifetime maps of Western Europe – currently on sale at €79.

They’ve also got a universal car phone holder for €5 (with a sticky surface, normally €24.99), 20% off a range of Autoglym and Meguiars products, and a Halfords car cleaning kit for €10 (€15 when bought separately) which includes a bucket, sponge, microfibre cloths, car wash and wax, and tyre dressing.

Home improvements

Beefing up your cookery set or searching for new bedding? Marks and Spencer is offering 20% off its range of furniture, bathroom, lighting, bedding, cooking and dining products as part of its home event, both online and in store.

Live more with LivingSocial

If you’re a fan of the Fast and Furious franchise, you might be interested in a full day stunt driving experience at Avoca River Park – reduced from €399 to €199 when you buy through LivingSocial. Taking place on a custom course, you’ll learn how to perform moves like 360-degree turns and drifting from a professional stunt driving instructor.

Or, if you’d prefer a more relaxed experience, take a day tour to Glendalough and Powerscourt Gardens, or the North Coast and Malahide Castle, with Dublin Sightseeing for €10 (usually €21.60). Departing from Upper O’Connell Street seven days a week, admission to Powerscourt and Malahide Castle is included depending on which trip you opt for.

 

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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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