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09-10-2014, 08:53   #46
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Extended until 15/10
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10-10-2014, 12:01   #47
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I shopped in Dunnes in Blanchardstown yesterday and I got a voucher that is valid from 10/10/14 to 19/10/14 so they must be still extending the offer.

Does anyone know if you can use these vouchers in just the off licence sections - I might stock up for Xmas now if I was getting a few bob off with these?
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10-10-2014, 12:06   #48
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I shopped in Dunnes in Blanchardstown yesterday and I got a voucher that is valid from 10/10/14 to 19/10/14 so they must be still extending the offer.

Does anyone know if you can use these vouchers in just the off licence sections - I might stock up for Xmas now if I was getting a few bob off with these?
Yes, definitely can. Used one in Dunnes Blanchardstown last week.
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Does anyone know if you can use these vouchers in just the off licence sections - I might stock up for Xmas now if I was getting a few bob off with these?
Ugh, the C word.
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Ugh, the C word.
Sorry!!! I did try and soften the blow by using the X word rather than the C word...apologies!!
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Got a voucher this morning - valid till 20/10
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Got €20 off €100 shop last week. Told the girl at the till to stop at €50, gave her the 1st voucher, did the same for the second €50.

Fully intend on doing this same this week.
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If u have 25, use a voucher and now its 20. Do u get another voucher or must actually spend 25 at bottom line
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13-10-2014, 07:53   #54
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You get another voucher for €5 if the inital sepend was/is over €25
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You get another voucher for €5 if the inital sepend was/is over €25
Damn, I have been constantly making up 30 euro shops!
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Saw a poster in Dunnes this morning saying it is extended to Thursday 16th October
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I had a voucher from last week, spent €28.00, got €5.00 back plus another voucher to be used until the 22nd of October.
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Is neutrogena hand cream considered a medical product? Are firelighters considered a fuel?
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No. no.
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IT's still running today even though all the signs said until the 15th.

I'm sick of it now though!!Spending way too much money in Dunnes compared to normal.

They have the funsize bars 3 for €5 so stocked up on some of them for halloween etc
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