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Sign Up: Want 20% Off Your Christmas Shopping At Arnotts?

19th Nov 2015

November 24th. Mark it in your diaries; it’s the official start date for Christmas as far as we’re concerned, what with the IMAGE readers event in Arnotts where you can shop ’til you drop at discounted rates, along with Arnotts Wonder Card holders. Attendees of this exclusive Christmas shopping night will be lucky enough to avail of 20% discount on products across almost all departments*. If you intend to get your Christmas shopping done and dusted in one fell swoop, that’s one hell of a saving.

From 6-10pm, IMAGE readers will not only enjoy the in-store offers and savings, but there’ll also be festive entertainment aplenty, Christmas themed refreshments (it’s that time of year where we indulge in mulled wine like it’s tea and we don’t feel one bit guilty about it) and unmissable demonstrations.

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Among all of this activity, you’ll get to experience an expert beauty demo with celebrity make-up artist Christine Lucignano, a jewellery gift inspiration discussion with the fabulous Vogue Williams, and, as Christmas is all about the food in your bellies, there’ll be an awesome cooking demo by Clodagh McKenna. Our very own Ellie Balfe will be in store to host the evening with these very special guests.

If all of the above isn’t enough to whet your appetite and get you singing Jingle Bells before December’s even upon us, we don’t know what is.

Places are expected to fill up for this event at lightning speed so get in there early by signing up below. There’s 100 spots to fill!



*Offer valid at Arnotts in-store only. *Not valid on cosmetics, fragrance or furniture. Other exclusions may apply. Ask in-store for details.



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