Never really got that, 'The difference is we're Irish' bit. Would much rather 'The difference is we're cheaper/better value'.
Noticed some Technika iPod docking gear today in Monaghan Tesco, from 17euro up. Was a CD player with iPod dock and remote for 21....didnt really look too much as I dont have and iPod, but someone out there may be interested,,,
You do, and a lot do, but there's still a lot of people who like to buy irish when they can. I still try to, but only when I'm not being taken for a mug.
Not coming up as 2 for €7 online
In Tesco, Nutgrove today and they were there. Lots of 'em.
Up to €40 off Megabloks Halo in Wexford,some good deals on Lego also.Couple of the items were half price (Argos were 20% off the same ones).
€25 iTunes vouchers for €20 in Tesco Wexford.
Tesco longlife spotlight bulbs 2 , 40watt (small screw cap) for 13c only.
Brita Maxtra cartridges 3 half price (Euros 9.89) now.
Casio scientific calculator marked E13.00 on shelf but reads E3.00 at scanner and checkout in Longford.
In Jervis Tescos I bought a 9 band radio which they were selling for €1.50 and also Ritz are down to a €1. When I got the radio yesterday there were 3 left.
In mahon Cadbury scream eggs single and mini bags now 1c. Were not many there and I bought what they had. Mountains and mountains of haribo spooky ghosts at 1 c. Only bought a few, loads left. Got very good value for about 40c
Never heard of a 9 band radio, didn't even know there were 9 bands. What are they?
The RAD-108 world band radio comes in grey complete with AM, FM, LW and SW bandwiths. It also features a built-in speaker with a headphone socket. This Tesco RAD-108 world band radio is powered by 2xAA batteries (not included) or an external DC 3V power supply (not included).
That's only 4, what are the other 5?