Ireland’s Guide To Money And Living

Bargain corner

Bargain corner

Find your ideal home

Fancy a free ticket to the Ideal Home Show running from October 28th-31st at the RDS? Simply register online at idealhome.ie and you’ll be emailed a free admission ticket for two people for any day of the show. Normal ticket prices are €15 (adults), €8 (students/OAPs), with free entry for kids under 12. The offer ends September 12th.

This year’s show will include the Permanent TSB advice centre, an architectural advice clinic providing one-to-one consultations, The Irish Times Home & Design Theatre (featuring talks on interior design and décor, colour choices, lighting and more), the Extend & Renovate Village and much more.

“When it comes to mortgages lots of people can be put off by what they think is a hugely complicated process. However, in reality, it’s not as daunting as it may seem. Our dedicated advisors are not only available to provide free and confidential advice on general banking but can also give customers a greater insight into the mortgage process and how it works, hopefully making the process easier for people,” said Richard Kelly, Head of Mortgages at PTSB, speaking about what they will be offering at the show.

H/T Boards.ie user garfie1d

Get cooking with Lidl

Cooking utensils are on the menu from next Monday at Lidl, including a 1,500W crepe maker for €26.99, two-pack tea towels for €2.99 each, ceramic frying pans for €11.99 and a 4L cast iron roasting dish for €29.99 (was €34.99).

Warehouse sale

The Arnotts warehouse sale is back again, running this Saturday and Sunday September 10th-11th. With up to 70% off, doors open at 10am and close at 3pm at Unit K, Furry Park Industrial Estate, Santry, Dublin 9.

H/T Boards.ie user stickybean

A little more from Littlewoods

Sprucing up your home? Littlewoods has chopped up to 50% off selected items, such as a three-piece solid pine furniture set for €288 (was €579), battery operated string lights for €19 (normally €35) and a TV unit reduced from €178 to €137.

 

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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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