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Iceland Ireland is launching an exclusive 10 percent discount for all members of the Irish Emergency Services.

The Emergency Services go above and beyond, often putting themselves in harm’s way, to continually provide the highest levels of service and care to the Irish public.

In recognition of this, Iceland Ireland wants to say a massive thank you to the Emergency Services for their hard work in the Irish community.

From Thursday, 26th July to Sunday, 30th September, Iceland Ireland will be offering an exclusive 10% off for all members of the Emergency Services in each of its 23 stores throughout Ireland.

"Iceland is proud to offer an exclusive 10% off to the Emergency Services as a thank you for their dedication to the Irish public," Ron Metcalfe, MD of Iceland Ireland, said. 

"This discount is Iceland’s way of giving a little something back to the people who work so hard to keep our community safe and protected daily."

Employees of the Garda Síochána, Fire Service, RNLI, Coastguard and HSE, will receive an exclusive 10% off their shopping at all Iceland stores by showing valid photographic ID at the till.


There is nothing better than shopping online – the ease and convenience of it is second to none. 

And what makes shopping even better is when you discover a cheeky discount code that will save you some cash. 

We have good news in that department.

There is a new and amazing app that is officially taking all the stress out of trawling the Internet for discount codes.  

Honey is an app that will hunt online, looking for all the best discount codes, to ensure that you get the best deal possible.

Yeah, we know, groundbreaking!

What goes on?

All you have to do is download the app on your web browser (we use Google Chrome) and shop as normal.

Once you get to the check out stages of your online purchase, Honey will simply scan the net and apply any discounts that it can find. 

Now obviously there aren't always discount codes available, but if there are, Honey will do all the work for you! 

The app also offers 'money back' when you shop from certain online stores, including Dell, Ray-Ban and Nasty Gal to name a few.

So basically, you'll be paid to shop. 

Holy heck, that's good stuff. 


So, I think it is fairly safe to say that almost everyone is off today, as a result of the freakish weather. 

Anyway, if you find yourself at the computer, tempted to go mad with the online shopping, it's your lucky day. 

The gorgeous folks at River Island are offering a 20% discount site wide today – HURRAH! 

The code is SPRING18; the irony is not lost on us here. 

Anyway, if you are looking for some inspiration – look no further. 

This is how we'll be using our discount, and our entire pay check…

1. This gorge cosy cardigan, €55.

2. This fab crisp shirt, €37.

3. This tropical jumpsuit, €80.

4. This fab cross body bag, €43.

5. This perfect 'jeans and a nice top' number, €40.

6. These dreamy ankle boots, €87.

7. This stunning red blazer, €95.

8. These groovy green culottes, €55.



Electric Picnic 2017 seems like it has barely passed (probably because that's the truth) and we're already raring to get all the details on next year's festivities.

Electric Picnic bosses are already gearing up to put on another epic festival experience in 2018, and tickets for next year's weekend bender are on sale this Friday. 

The festival have once again opened their loyalty scheme to long-term patrons.

'Once again we are offering the Loyalty Scheme tickets to our loyal followers as well as a three-stage instalment plan,' reads an EP statement.

'To be eligible for a discount, you will need to prove you’ve been before and in return you’ll get the discount code.'

'If you have been to the festival three times or more a ticket will cost €165, if you've been once or twice a ticket will cost €185 and if you haven't been before it will cost €205.'

If you have been a few times before, check your email, as you may have already received an email with your discount code for next year's tickets. 

Loyalty Scheme tickets are available until October 25 2017. 

Next year's festival is scheduled to taje place from August 31 to September 2.

Feature image: Ruth Medjber



Now that we're finally in the mood to be celebrating Paddy's Day (the countdown is on in work), it looks like ASOS is giving us a little treat.

To celebrate all things Irish, the online store is giving its customers 20 per cent off if you use the code PATS20.

And we have a few top picks of what you can use that discount on:

Miss Selfridge Lace Panel Cami Dress – €73.33
With discount – €58.66



ASOS Gingham Shirt With Tie Front – €45.33
With discount – €36.26



ASOS Midi Skirt in Deconstructed Jersey – €33.33
With discount – €26.66



New Look Khaki Skinny Jean – €33.32
With discount – €26.66



ASOS Jumper With Frill Sleeve And Open Back – €40.00
With discount – €32



French supermarket, Intermarché, have launched a campaign to combat food waste by selling “ugly foods” at a discount.

The campaign, which is called Inglorious Fruits and Vegetables, is hoping to re-educate their consumers when it comes their food purchases.

This comes after it was revealed that we throw away 300 million tons of food each year. As part of the campaign, Intermarché have released various posters which include images of disfigured fruit.

The supermarket is hoping to highlight that it’s the taste that matters when it comes to your fruit and veg, and not how they look.

We think this is a great idea, and definitely something that needs to be introduced on our Irish shores.