10 ways to perk up your bank holiday weekend with Power NI!
It’s the final few days of summer, and we’re all looking for a little something to perk us up before it’s ‘back to porridge’, back to busy school runs and crammed commutes, back to our normal routine.
So, bring on the August Bank Holiday Weekend!
And get set for some amazing savings with Power NI Perks.
Take advantage of hundreds of deals and discounts on hundreds of big brands…Sainsbury’s, Starbucks, Pizza Express, Argos, Amazon, Debenhams, M&S and many, many more!
Just how will you spend yours?
See summer off with a bang with an all-singing, all-dancing get-together with friends and family, book a memorable, unforgettable last-minute trip, pack in some big family fun days, put your feet up with a good novel, or enjoy extra savings on bank holiday bargains for both your wardrobe and your social life!
If you didn’t holiday away this year or if you fancy another quick getaway before the end of summer, now’s your chance! A spa retreat, golf package or family fun-cation could be just the ticket to round off a great summer.
Travel in squabble-free bliss! From ‘I Spy’ to ‘Hot Seat’ to ‘Would you rather…?’. There are lots of ways to keep the whole car entertained with these easy to play games. Now, would you rather be a cheetah…or a leopard?
8. SAVE £££s ON YOUR SHOPPING SPREE
A bit of retail therapy is always a great idea. Always. And it’s even better with extra discounts on brands like Debenhams, House of Fraser, River Island plus many, many more with Power NI Perks. Splash out at Victoria Square, Belfast, find your favourite styles at Foyleside Shopping Centre, browse around The Quays at Newry or spruce up your wardrobe at Sprucefield Shopping Centre, Lisburn.
If you want to go all out and have one last blast of summer fun, then this is the place to go! The entrance ticket price alone is worth the look on your kids’ faces when they enter this brick-by-brick-built wonderland – and with discount like this, parents will be ultra happy too!
Now that’s what you call ‘building’ great memories.