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It's almost here…the day in which all mum's get a pat on the back for the all they do day in, day out, for us.

And what better way to celebrate than to go out for dinner?

Well, we have great news as none other than Captain Americas are offering a FREE meal to all mother's in all of their venues this Sunday, March 31. 

Yes, you can eat for free all day long to mark the occasion.

Captain Americas is always a winner amongst kids and adults alike, and have been serving up mouth-watering food and gorgeous cocktails for more than 40 years. 

It's the perfect spot to celebrate the most important woman in any of our lives – our mum.

And let's be fair, she does deserve it.

T&Cs apply; Main meal free for Mums with purchase of one kids & one main meal, one mum per family per table.

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All that and dim sum: Lucky Tortoise launch new deal by giving away free lunch!

Yes, you read that right.

Not only is it PERF for us broke people but it's also delish.

The free im sum is available today Thursday, March 21 in celebration of the launch of their new lunch deal in their new permanent home at 8 Aungier Street from 12-4pm.

So what are you waiting for? 

The new lunch deal which includes miso, okonomiyaki, pork siu mai, five veg dumplings, rice and kimchi all for €12.

To be one of the first to sample the delicious new offering, all you have it do is drop down to the Lucky Tortoise today from 12pm where diners will be served on a first come, first served basis.

We're on our way…

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The iconic skateboarding brand Vans are having a big sesh this Saturday in Jervis Shopping Centre, and we wouldn't miss it for the world.

The newly-opened store is hosting a drop-in event on February 16 for those who want to get their beloved Vans customised FREE of charge.

Local artist Ruan Van Vliet will be doing the inking, while a DJ plays some tracks and pizza and games are provided for all.

Ruan Van Vliet is a graduate of the iconic NCAD art college in Dublin, and works as both an artist and illustrator. Your Vans will be one-off, unique pieces once Ruan's done with them, trust us.

His work is renowned for it's bright, colourful and amusing patterns, and he has also created work for Vice, AirBnB, Offset Design Festival, Guinness, among others.

Shoppers can try out prize pong, to try and win 50 percent off their Vans purchases on the day.

Vans are one of the biggest brands around, and their skateboarding shoes have been hugely popular for years, so we're delighted that they've opened a new store in Jervis Shopping Centre.

As one of the capital's most vibrant and most successful shopping environments and hosting over 60 outlets, Jervis has become one of the nation's biggest hubs.

With pizza, games, a DJ and free customisation as well as prize giveaways; don't miss Saturday's party. We'll see you there on February 13, from 12pm until 4pm.

We'll be staying the full four hours, because why wouldn't we be? It's free pizza, for crying out loud.

Feature image: Vox

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If you're currently twiddling your thumbs, desperately trying to decide what presents to get your relatives or friends (or yourself…), we've found the shop for you.

It's got all the answers to your alcohol questions, and even does FREE ENGRAVING…yes, you read that right. Frengraving.

The Jameson Black Barrel shop has opened just in time for Christmas, and is ready for your last minute personalised gifting requests. 

Ireland's leading whiskey is our new Christmas BFF; their newest pop-up is located on South William Street in Dublin until December 24.

The Jameson Black Barrel shop has free engraving on all bought bottles from the pop-up for a personalised touch at the price of €48, so it won't break the bank.

It doesn't even end there, for whiskey lovers galore they've also got hip flask gift sets with a whiskey glass and small bottle of Jameson Black Barrel for 25 quid, we are GAGGIN' for one of those.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The store opens from Monday to Saturday from 11am until 9pm, and Sunday from 12:30pm until 6pm.

Get yourselves over there and beat the queues, we've already abandoned the office to head down…we won't tell if you won't?

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Low-income women in Scotland will no longer have to worry about period poverty, thanks to a government-funded trial scheme in Aberdeen that is now being expanded throughout the country.

The pilot programme distributed free sanitary products to more than 1,000 people in Aberdeen.

Now, over £500,000 is being given to the charity FareShare, in the hopes that the products will reach more than 18,000 menstruating people.

During the summer, the charity's centres in Aberdeen, Dundee, Glasgow and Edinburgh will distribute pads and tampons to those in need.

As well, from August the products will be free for those at school, university, or college, making Scotland the first national government to do so.

Angela Constance, Scotland's equalities secretary, spoke frankly about the necessity of the ground-breaking scheme:

"It is unacceptable that anyone in Scotland should be unable to access sanitary products, and I am pleased that we are able to work with FareShare to make products available more widely through the services delivered by their partners."

Gillian Kynoch, the head of FareShare in Scotland, said on the matter, "We are excited to be working with the Scottish Government to use this network to make sanitary products available to people across Scotland.

"Our partners CFINE, Move On, Transform and Cyrenians will be supporting the distribution, working with low income and vulnerable people to break down taboos and stigma. This is an issue that has gone unheeded for too long."

We're happy to hear this scheme will ensure low-income women in Scotland receive basic necessities like pads and tampons.

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Christmas is all about giving back, and this year it's all about celebrating the real unsung heroes of the festive season – the designated drivers.

The good folk at Coca-Cola are encouraging the people of Ireland to stay sober on nights out and give the 'Gift of a Lift' this Christmas to ensure everyone gets home safely.

What better way to show your love and appreciation for family and friends than by offering the 'gift of a lift', so they enjoy all the fun of Christmas and get home hassle-free?

In support of these selfless designated drivers, Coca-Cola will once again offer two free drinks at participating bars across the Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Choose from the Coca-Cola range or a 'Coketail' – an exciting non-alcoholic drink created especially for those giving the 'gift of a lift' this Christmas.

With digital vouchers that can be stored on smartphones, it's now easier than ever to claim your well-deserved treat.

Vouchers are available by free texting Coca-Cola to 50015 in the Republic of Ireland and 80800 in Northern Ireland.

Designated drivers can also scan the QR code displayed in participating bars and restaurants across the island.

For more information visit designateddriver.ie.

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In desperate need of a new lippy?

Well, today is your lucky day – or tomorrow, rather.

In celebration of International Lipstick Day on Saturday July 29, MAC cosmetics are giving customers the opportunity to get their hands on one of the brand's cult lipsticks completely free of charge.

But, there's a catch.

As the old saying goes, there's no such thing as a free lunch and so you will need to spend a minimum of €50.00 in order to avail of the offer

The colours available are Cyber, Stone, Fleshpot, Media, Captive, and MAC Red.

This limited promotion will run in Arnotts and Brown Thomas stores all over the country for one day only.

So, if your makeup bag has been looking a little sparse lately, this is the perfect excuse to stock up on all those essential beauty buys.

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We're both bemused and bewildered by this bar that offers women discounts based on their heel height.

Because… seriously?

We're all partial to Ladies' Night, which is hosted in many pubs, bars and clubs around the world, but Hilton Osaka’s My Place bar in Tokyo has really taken the creepy, sexist biscuit.

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The named 'High Heels Ladies' Night Discount' is, believe it or not, a weekly event which offers women discounts based on the height of their.. you guessed it, heels.

Shoes have to be at least five centimetres in height to qualify for 10 per cent off your drink order.

According to Sora News 24, with every additional two centimetres, you get a further discount.

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And if you have a heel height of 15 centimetres (do you want to break your back?), you will get a "top discount" of up to 40 per cent.

We're so over this kind of sh*t…

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Let's face it, festivals can be pricey affairs.

From the ticket price to the outfits to the camping equipment, we'd do anything to cut down on an expense or two.

Luckily, Electric Picnic is offering volunteers the opportunity to work at the festival in exchange for free entry and access to all of the acts. 

'We are looking for weekend volunteers to come and help out at Electric Picnic 2017,' reads the application page.

'Volunteers play an important part in the festival, and they also gain entry to the festival in exchange for 24 hours of voluntary work.'

'The volunteer shifts can be split in to four six-hour shifts or three eight-hour shifts.'

The role will include being the 'eyes and ears' of the festival, assisting festival-goers with general queries, assisting in the campsites, directing production vehicles throughout the site, and working at wristband checkpoints

You can find out all of the information regarding the role here.

24 hours of wristband checking to get in to a three-day festival for free sounds like a pretty good deal to us. 

Feature image: Ruth Medjber

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Checking your bank balance can be depressing at the best of times, but realising you have zero funds for beauty essentials is the absolute pits.

Thanks to some makeup-loving tech gods, this situation is currently facing extinction as a range of new “socially activated” vending machines will soon be rolled out across the UK, finally allowing cosmetic junkies to pay for products with their selfies.

According to Grazia, SocialVend machines will reward users for answering questions or sharing Instagram posts which feature a brand’s hashtag, therefore enabling social media users to benefit in a material way from all that time spent online.

 

#adtech16 @adtech @hashtag_photographic #NYC #socialvending #innovation #marketing #thisisthefuture

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While it is not yet known if or when SocialVend will arrive in Ireland, we’ve everything crossed that it does so in the very near future.

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We all know that sometimes the best way to get your mind off a break-up, is to get to work, and it seems like that's what Danny O'Reilly is going to do.

Just as the news broke of his break-up with Holly Carpenter yesterday, The Coronas front man is set to play a gig in Galway today – absolutely free.

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But if you're there at the moment, you better be quick because he's set to take to the stage at 2pm outside Enable Ireland on High Street (opposite Sonny Molloy's bar).

The Front Door announced the news earlier today. “If you are in town be sure to call in or tag any friends that are fans!”

If only we could get a helicopter down…

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Whether you're going in to do your weekly shop, or just fancy a trip under the Christmas lights of Dublin, then Luas is going to be your number one man this Sunday.

Yep, you can ride for free all day long, but there's one very specific rule – you have to wear a Christmas jumper.

With just about a month to go until the big day, the travel bosses are feeling festive and want to try and pull off a world record.

To have the most amount of people in one place wearing a festive sweater is no easy feat, but they did it last year, and want to make 2016 even bigger.

The record attempt will take place on O'Connell Street at 4pm on Sunday, November 27, but if you can't make that, getting to travel around the city for free is a nice bonus.

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