Sky Ireland Offers

Sky Ireland  often have some special offers to try and entice new customers to sign up.

Their latest offer is a FREE32 inch TV when you sign up to any of their TV plan before March 1st 2018.
The lowest priced TV plan from Sky is their “Orignal” bundle at €29.50 a month – with a 12 month contract. So that works out at €379 over 1 year.  A 32 inch TV could be worth at least €200 –  so it’s not a bad deal  .

(You can always cancel after the year is up. You get to keep the box and the dish.) If you do cancel after a year you will still be able to use the dish and box to watch plenty of the “freeview” channels such as the BBC  and ITV channels.
Find out more see the     Sky Offers Ireland    on

Sky sport channels include dedicated channels for the Premier League, Football, Cricket, Golf and F1.  You can see  international Rugby Union, Rugby League, boxing, darts, NFL, tennis and more on the Sky Sports Action and Arena channels .  Also the new Main Event channel which is dedicated to the biggest live events from across the Sky channels.

More  Offers and Discounts here


Book Depository Discount

Online bookshop – Book Depository–  have reduced the prices on a great selection of books  , with as much as 50% off. There are discounts on kids’ books, as well as art and photography bargains, and lifestyle and cookbook savings.

See the books here

Book Depository do Free delivery on ALL orders to Ireland.

They are the fastest growing bookseller in Europe, shipping to thousands of customers every day throughout the world .


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More Online Shopping Discounts Here


Euro Sterling Exchange Rate Update

Euro Sterling Exchange Rate  : February 5th 2018 9am

1 GBP = 1.131612 EUR
1 EUR = 0.883695 GBP

See the Latest  Exchange Rates Here

The Euro is stronger against most major currencies today , including Sterling, with the exchange rate set at €1.13. The Euro rallied due to German Chancellor Angela Merkel engaging in the last round of talks to form a coalition government.
The Pound has weakened on the news that the UK’s Services sector, which accounts for about 80% of the UK economy, has slowed to the lowest level of growth since September 2016.

Sterling did not perform too well in 2017 – at its lowest point the Pound went to just €1.08 – down from €1.31 in the month before the Brexit referendum in 2016

During 2017, the Euro/Sterling exchange rate pivoted around  5% either side of  €1.14 .  At the end of 2017 a Pound was worth €1.1263  . During the first 4  weeks of  of 2018  we have seen slight increases in the strength of Sterling – rising to almost €1.15 towards the end of January.

The ongoing uncertainty over Brexit will continue to  affect Sterling and we expect more volatility for the pound throughout the next stages of Britain’s negotiations with the EU.  If we do see some movement in trade talks there is possibility that Sterling might get back to last year’s April high of €1.20 . Any setbacka could see the Pound fall again.

With so much  uncertainty in the currency markets at the moment –  it could get very stressful for people or businesses planning large Euro / Sterling exchanges in the next few months.   We are in a prolonged period of rate volatility which, depending on your timescales and budget, could cause problems if you are not properly prepared.

Using a Currency Exchange specialist  can remove some of the uncertainty by allowing you to fix an exchange rate as much as 12 months in advance of your transfer.  For good deals on currency exchange for large amounts –  for personal money or for businesses – see our page on how to get the Best Exchange Rates

You might also be interested in this information about Transferring  Money from Ireland to a UK Bank

If you are just looking to buy some Pounds , Dollars  or other foreign cash for a holiday  – take a look at our page about the best place to buy travel currency in Ireland


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