Saturday 18 November 2017

Fiver Friday - Read about our two special deals for €5 each for Joe Duffy's 'Fiver Friday'

Joe Duffy's Fiver Friday
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As part of Liveline's 'Fiver Friday', Independent News & Media have unveiled details of two special deals for Joe Duffy's listeners.

As revealed by the editor of the 'Irish Independent' Fionnan Sheahan on the RTE Radio One programme earlier today, INM are delighted to support Joe Duffy's initiative with two great value deals which will kick off from 9am tomorrow on

Joe Duffy's Fiver Friday
Joe Duffy's Fiver Friday

The first deal relates to our Irish Independent ePaper - Our digital edition is available on mobile, tablet and desktop. This package comprises the Irish Independent and Sunday Independent every day for month. The digital edition includes the main paper, along with all our supplements, such as health&living, Farming Independent, Business Week, Review and Weekend.

The normal retail price is €20.

As the month expires, customers will asked if they wish to 'opt-in', as opposed to 'opting out'. So if you don't wish to continue the subscription, the deal finishes after a month.

The second deal relates to the Irish Independent Archives Photo Prints.

Our photo archive went live last weekend, and gives users exclusive access to never-seen-before historical prints, such as images from 1916 and aerial footage of provincial towns across Ireland. We can offer your listeners a high quality print from our archives for €5.

The normal retail price is up to €50.

Just go to our website to search for photos.

All prices on the site will be reduced to €5 from 9am to 9pm tomorrow.

The price includes a high-quality print and postage, package and delivery.

A great Christmas gift, any photos ordered will be delivered in time for Christmas anywhere in the world.

Both deals will go live tomorrow at 9am on and will finish at 9pm.

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