Price Hike Dublin Bus, Bus Eireann, Irish Rail and Luas Services

Bad news for those taking public transport with fare price increase fpr bus, rail and Luas services in Dublin from today, 01 December 2015.

Dublin Bus has increased prices by up to 15 percent with adults travelling between four to seven stages on Dublin Bus new price of €2.70. For eight to thirteen stages, the fare has dropped by 10 cents to €2.70. Adult passengers paying with cash have extra 5 cents price hike for between one to three zones. School children  will be charged an extra 5 cents for cash fares or 2 cents extra for leap card journeys.

Luas fares for a three zone annual ticket have increased by €60 to €910. Luas ticket prices for 1-day, 7-day and 30-day tickets have increased by 4%.

Irish Rail services biggest price increase is 4 percent.

Short-hop cash fares on trains have been increased by between 1.9 percent and 3.7 percent, while zone tickets have been increased by 3.4 percent and 4 percent.

Bus Éireann services will increase fares by up to 5 percent.

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Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are some of the best days of the year to grab bargains and deals with leading brands. Since last Monday, the deals have started hotting up on VoucherPages.ie in the run up to Black Friday. Originally beginning in the USA in the early 2000s, Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving Day, which is always the fourth Thursday of November. It is considered the start of the Christmas shopping season, and it getting bigger and bigger each year in Ireland.

Cyber Monday was created to encourage shoppers to shop online. It was a brilliant marketing phrase for the Monday after Thanksgiving. While online shopping has exploded in the years since the phrase was originally coined, there are excellent deals and voucher codes available on these days.

Make the most of the discounts for your favourite brands, finding deals and voucher codes on VoucherPages for brands including:

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  • 25% off the Disney Store.
  • 50% off Pizza Hut Delivery.
  • 20% off some mobile plans on Meteor.
  • Savings of up to 50% at Argos, Life Style Sports, Banana Republic, Ben Sherman, Boohoo and many more of your favourite brands.

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Budget 2016 Summary

Here at VoucherPages.ie, we try to save you money. With the increased costs of living and taking so much in previous budgets, the 2016 Budget has been announced with small steps to add a small bit back into your wallet but there is a long road still to go for citizens of Ireland.

Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, stated that “all workers will gain a full extra week’s wages” and that Ireland is on course to be the fastest-growing economy in Europe for the second year in a row, and that with a State deficit for 2015 of 2.1%, we are ahead of the target of 2.7%. Mr Howlin said the budget deficit was 12.5 per cent when the Coalition came to power in 2011.

Key elements of the Budget 2016 inlcude:

Here are the main points of Budget 2016:

  • Income tax will decrease with the marginal rate of tax down reduced to 49.5% for individuals earning under €70,044 .
  • The much maligned Universal Social Charge will be less. The entry point for  USC will rise from €12,012 to €13,000. The 1.5% USC rate (on the first €12,012 earned) will be cut to %; the 3.5 % rate (on income of €12,012 to €18,668) is reduced to 3%, and the 7% USC rate (on earnings of €18,668 to €70,044) will reduce to  5.5%.
  • Self employed and farmers will receive an Earned Income Tax Credit of as do not receive the PAYE credit.
  • The statutory minimum wage is to rise from €8.65 to €9.15 per hour.
  • Income qualifying for the Knowledge Development Box will be subject to a reduced rate of corporation tax of 6.25%.
  • Capital Gains tax rate will be 20% per cent  for the sale of a business up to a limit of €1 million in chargeable gains.
  • The bank levy is to remain in place until 2021.
  • A stamp duty exemption for young trained farmers is to be extended for a until 2018.
  • The pension fund levy will be abolished.
  • The social welfare Christmas bonus will be 75% of the recipient’s weekly payment.
  • The old age pension will increase by €3 per week. Also, pensioners will get a Christmas bonus of 75% of the recipient’s weekly pension payment.
  • Child benefit will increase by €5 per month.
  • For new parents, two weeks of statutory paternity leave will be approved.
  • Free pre-school childcare will be available for children from 3 years until they start primary education or are five and a half years of age.
  • Parents will be happy that the free GP care scheme is expected to be available for children aged under 12.
  • The threshold for the Family Income Support payment is to increase by €5 per week for families with one child and €10 for those with two or more children.
  • The respite care grant for carers will be restored to its previous level of €1,700.
  • A tax credit for people who are carers in the home rises by €190 to €1,000. The income threshold for home carers will also increases.
  • Fuel allowance will be increased to €22.50 a week.
  • Motor tax for commercial vehicles above a certain size will be reduced to a maximum of €900.
  • Capital Acquisitions Tax tax-free threshold to €280,000, where property is transferreda between parents and their children.
  • Funding will be available for new teachers and garda will be recruited.
  • Nama is to deliver 20,000 residential units with 90% in greater Dublin area.
  • The excise duty on a pack of 20 cigarettes is to increase by 50%.

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Prepay Mobile Plans Price Comparison – A Comparison Guide of Mobile Network Offers, Benefits and Charges

With 59% of mobile users in Ireland using pay as you go (PAYG) or prepay phones, it is important to know which telco networks are offering the best value pricing for your phone top up. It can sometimes be difficult to keep track of exactly how much you are spending as a result of your mobile phone usage, especially if you simply top up whenever necessary.

VoucherPages.ie will take a look at seven current mobile operators in Ireland and analyse their individual benefits in terms of phone calls, SMS text messaging, data costs and international calling rates. Please note that all mobile rates and offers are subject to change. We are all, of course, familiar with the heavyweight mobile networks like Vodafone, Meteor, Three and O2 but we will also analyse the lesser known networks like 48 Months, Tesco Mobile and Postfone. There are pros and cons of each network whether you are topping up your mobile by €10 or €20.

What You Get with €10 Mobile Top Up:

Some of the best prepay deals on offer are from 48 Months. They are a relatively new mobile network who use O2’s network, consequently their mobile coverage is excellent. They are aimed at 18 to 22 year olds but strangely they do not request any proof of age or identification. People of any age could therefore potentially use the 48 Months network. For a €10 membership top up you get 300 minutes to any mobile network, free any network text messages, 1 GB of data and 60 minutes to landlines. This is a great deal but unfortunately the “credit” will run out after one month even if you do not use the phone.

Vodafone offer free Vodafone to Vodafone texts for 30 days when you top up. The €10 credit is uneaten meaning it does not expire after 30 days. The phone credit can be used in any way you like. It will get you about 25 minutes of calls to mobiles. Vodafone charge a 9 cents connection fee, then 35cents per minute to any other mobile network or landline. If not signed up for top up offer, it costs 45 cents per minute on peak and 25 cents per minute off peak. SMS text messages cost 15 cents per text message or 13 cents per text if not signed up for a top up offer. Voicemail costs 9 cents connection fee then 15 cents per minute, or voicemail is free if not signed up to top up offer. Data costs 99 cents per day for 50MB, then €1 per MB thereafter. Peak times are 8am to 6pm, Monday to Friday. Off peak is all other times.

If your PAYG phone is with the Meteor network then you can get free Meteor calls or text messages for 30 days, free 60MB data and €10 credit to spend. The call rates are very similar to Vodafone with a 9 cents connection fee and calls cost 35cents per minute, SMS text messages 15 cents, internet 99cent per day up to 50MB. Voicemail 15c per call. The €10 credit is uneaten and meteor coverage is very good throughout Ireland.

O2 charge a 9 cents connection fee and 35 cents per minute to any other mobile network or landline. SMS text messages cost 15 cents per text message. Voicemail costs 15 cents per minute. Data costs 99 cents per day for 50MB, then €1 per MB thereafter.

Three offer 200 MB of data, 50 any network texts and 50 minutes of calls to other 3 phones for 30 days. Three charge 9 cents connection fee and 35 cents per minute to any other mobile network or landline and 15 cents per SMS text message. Three also have patchy 3G and 4G coverage in rural areas.

The Tesco Mobile offer free Tesco Mobile to Tesco Mobile calls and texts for 30 days and 250 free web texts, and their calls are 25 cents per minute to any mobile network.

Postfone are the provider with the lowest call charges. Their calls are only 20 cents per minute to any other mobile network which is about 50 minutes of calls for €10. If you are not a heavy PAYG mobile user, then this network is the most appropriate option for you.

What You Get with €20 Mobile Top Up:

48 Months: Free calls to any network, free texts to any network, 5GB internet and 60 landline minutes.

O2: Free calls to any network with €10 uneaten or unlimited data and 350 texts with €10 uneaten or free O2 to O2 Calls and texts with €20 uneaten.

Vodafone: Free calls and texts to Vodafone mobiles, 250MB of data with €20 uneaten.

Meteor: Unlimited data and free calls to any network or unlimited data and free texts to any network or free calls and free texts to any network.

Three: All you can eat data, free 4G unlimited data, free texts to any network, free Three to Three Calls and free weekend calls to any network with your €20 uneaten. This offer represents great value and is perhaps the best offer on the market.

Tesco Mobile: Free calls to any network and all landlines, free Tesco Mobile to Tesco Mobile texts. and 250 free web texts for €15 top up and €5 used for 1 GB data. This offer is suitable for a PAYG phone in a business capacity where you will be spending a lot of time making calls.

International Call Charges on Pay as Your Go Mobile Phones

International call charges can be an important factor when deciding what network provider to go with. Whether you use your mobile to contact relatives abroad or make work related calls to foreign countries it can cost you significantly more depending on the network provider. If you have a smartphone or iPhone then make international calls using WiFi and Skype to save money. If this is not an option then we have compared the international rates of the Irish mobile providers.

48 Months: 23 cents per minute calls to the UK and Europe. €1.99 per minute to the USA

O2: 35 cents per minute calls to the UK and Europe. €1.77 per minute to the USA. €2.78 per minute to rest of world

Vodafone:  30 cents per minute calls to the UK and Europe. 15 cents per minute to the USA

Meteor: 15 cents per minute calls to the USA and Europe. 10 cents per minute to the UK

Three: 35 cents per minute calls to the UK and Europe. €1.78/min to the USA. €2.49/min to rest of world

Tesco Mobile: 20c/min to the UK. 15c/min to Europe. 2c/min to the USA

Postfone: 50c/min to the UK, Europe and the USA

Meteor offer excellent overall rates on international calls and Tesco Mobile offer fantastic rates for calling the US. This article should help you to decide the network provider that is best for you whatever perks you are looking to get from your top up.

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Irish Company Voucher Pages Launches New Free Location-Based Discount Voucher App for the UK Market

Christmas Shoppers and New Year Deal Hunters to Save Money with Access to Thousands of Deals and Vouchers

We at Voucher Pages, the market leading online and mobile coupon provider in Ireland, have today announced the launch of DealPages.co.uk mobile apps, a new free location-based voucher application for iPhone and Android devices, for the United Kingdom market.

DealPages.co.uk has thousands of discount vouchers available to save consumers money as they shop across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. According to the Centre of Retail Research, approximately 30% of all online Christmas sales in 2014 will take place on a smartphone or tablet device, which is over 300% more than the same time last year. In addition two-thirds of UK shoppers will not make a purchase before researching discounts online.

The DealPages.co.uk app combines shoppers love for discounts with the growing trend of purchasing on their mobile device. The free mobile app geo-locates a shopper’s current location displaying discount vouchers available for all types of goods, services and leading brands in their immediate vicinity. With the option to filter discounts by type of product/service, shoppers can see relevant deals and voucher codes for what they wish to buy.

Speaking at the launch in London, Ronan Hickey, CEO and founder of Voucher Pages said, “Shoppers across the United Kingdom love discounts. Our location-based mobile app makes it easy for consumers to find discounts on the go, at Christmas time and throughout the year, with vouchers listed by how far the store is away from the user. This will ensure that shoppers do not pay any more than they have to for goods and services.”

The DealPages.co.uk Android App is available to download for free from the Google Play store (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dealpages.co.uk) and theiPhone version is available from the Apple App store (https://itunes.apple.com/ie/app/dealpages.co.uk/id950275227?mt=8).

Consumers can also visit http://www.dealpages.co.uk to browse and shop with available vouchers.

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Starting College – Guide to Saving Money & Integrating into Third Level Education

The cost of attending college in Ireland is rising by the year. Parents contribute an average of €428 per month towards cover college expenses, and this is supplemented by 51% of students also working throughout the academic year to cover costs.  According to D.I.T.’s Student Cost of Living Guide, the annual cost of living for a student living away from home is €10,976. On average, 40% of students receive higher education grants to help with materials and living expenses.

Most colleges charge an annual student contribution, previously called the student services charge. The student contribution rose by €250 in this year to €2,750 for 2014-2015. This is only the beginning of the expenditure.

In Ireland, 44% of third level students are now living away from home. Rental prices across Ireland are rising significantly, especially in the last twelve months due to a significant shortage of affordable housing. Consequently students can potentially be charged rent at extortionate prices as landlords look to capitalise on desperation. With third level education at such a premium, it is important to make the very most of opportunities presented.

While living at home is the cheapest option, campus accommodation is the ideal scenario for students starting college where this is not suitable. Although campus accommodation can potentially be pricey there are big savings to be made on transport as the likelihood is that the student accommodation will be within walking distance of college. This is also a great way for new students to settle in and make new friends quickly. Students moving into student accommodation together will not find it hard to bond, as they will be going through similar experiences. Settling quickly will help to avoid potential homesickness and stress, although this is not a problem for many as students are glad of the freedom third level education offers them.

If you are not lucky enough to get student accommodation do not fear. Staying in digs with a family can be a much cheaper alternative, and some digs include meals. Although this can present itself as quite a lonely option it is often not the case as it encourages students to stay with friends after nights out resulting in comradery and also can provide the safety net of living with a family. Students moving into houses or apartments with friends must be wary of high rental prices. Rents nationwide have increased by an average of 9% over the past year with Dublin experiencing the highest rise with a 14% increase in price. There are potential risks if a house descends into chaos or is not properly maintained such as losing the security deposit. Independent housing does not have the same supervision or boundaries as digs or student accommodation. Therefore, it is important to move in with the right people to keep a correct balance, so if possible, try meeting potential house mates prior to agreeing to move in.

Students are most likely going to be moving into a strange environment with lots of people, so it is important that they make themselves comfortable with their surroundings. This can be as simple as unpacking for some but more difficult for others. There are some general guidelines for getting along with new housemates. You must respect other people’s possessions, try not to borrow without asking and always be conscious that you are living with other people. Do not have groups of friends or study groups over too often if it interferes with another housemate’s routine or makes them feel uncomfortable. It is also important to establish boundaries by making sure small things are nipped in the bud before they become huge problems (which they inevitably will!). This can be achieved through open communication, which in the long run helps towards a happy living situation.

Now we come to the actual beginning and registration phase of college. The importance of orientation week cannot be overstated. This is where students can do the most bonding activities and meet other students in their class and in similar situations to themselves. Students can do the simple things like register for a college email, get a student card and take a tour of the library. These things may not seem particularly important initially but will save a lot of hassle later in the semester when the pressure is on and exams are looming. Orientation week is also the time when students should join groups, sports and societies. This is a great opportunity to step outside a comfort zone to make new friends and try new experiences. To make friends in your class and do well, it is important to attend lectures. This is absolutely vital as you will have the notes you need come exam time and friends to share the stress and exam tips with. Friends in your class is also the best way to create study groups and timetables, and makes the whole experience a lot more convenient.

Remember you go to college for education. Pick subjects that appeal to your interests and make sure to engage fully in those subjects even if you are not particularly fond of one subject (often these are the ones that require more time and effort). This is a good way to pinpoint your academic strengths and weaknesses which will lead you to easily picking your major. A good idea is to shake things up with a random elective. This keeps it interesting and allows you to study outside of your perspective field. Exam time is obviously stressful for students but there are certain things you can do minimise stress. First of all make a study timetable in manageable hour blocks to make the task seem less daunting. Then have pre prepared frozen dinners at the ready so you will not have to waste time on cooking. Prepare these a few weeks in advance, simple things like lasagne or curry. Then make sure to leave adequate time for each subject to avoid stressful cramming. Having the main topics in a module summarised throughout the year can save days of note making when it gets to those crucial few weeks before exams. But be wary of people asking to copy notes that have taken you weeks to write out!

Students will also have to cope with the simple things that might not seem so simple to them. If you have any issues or problems settling in, support services are available in most colleges. Things like laundry and cooking can seem daunting initially, and will undoubtedly result in some clothes being shrunk along with an abundance of spaghetti bolognese. This is all a learning curve as students learn about their abilities and how to manage a budget. Remember help guides, videos and recipes for cheap dishes can be found quickly online.

The cost associated with starting college apart from the obvious student contribution and rent can be scary. Students should look to pick up second-hand books wherever they can as some of the new books are very expensive. Often the professor or lecturer will offer advice on where to pick up older copies of the textbook for cheaper prices. If buying new text books, remember to cover with laminate and keep in good condition for resale at the end of the year. A trick learned throughout my college career is that a copy borrowed from the library can often be photocopied and then professionally bound for a cheaper price.

Any student budget will have to incorporate costs such electricity, phone bills, internet bills and food. Eat healthy as there is the urge to live off pasta and chicken fillet rolls five times a week. Convenience is not always the best option, especially if it affects your health in the long-term. When grocery shopping, watch out for weekly deals in all supermarkets. Savings can be made on shopping with discounts for top brands and local services such as hairdressers by using coupons or voucher codes for online shopping. The largest selection of discounts can be found on www.voucherpages.ie.

For mobile phones, make sure that you are on the right mobile plan by getting the different mobile operators to recommend a plan for you based on your calls, data and SMS text messaging patterns. Remember Wi-Fi is freely available in most student venues and on campus, so maybe you do not need any data on your plan. If you are a heavy user of your phone, maybe a pre-pay mobile plan would be the best option to limit your activity so that you do not get into trouble.

It is of course vital that students relax, enjoy and socialise throughout university life but also be aware of the potential risks. It is important to go out and socialise with others, so that you gain life experiences. Organisation and common sense is needed to know when a night out can be had and when to say no, whether it be for academic or financial reasons.

Many will encounter drink and even illegal drugs over the course of third level education years. Beware of the dangers and risks associated with binge drinking or drug taking. If you are drinking, it is important to drink in moderation.

College is a time when many young adults come into contact with the opposite or same sex and engage in sexual activity. There has been a rise in sexually transmitted diseases and many do not have any symptoms but can cause serious long-term complications. It is important to always practice safe sex. If you are sexually activity, STI testing, advice and health checks are available at a reduced rate in many universities.

Many students will use one of their summers to travel abroad with many opting to go stateside with a J1 visa. Any student in third level education is eligible for a J1 working visa to the USA. These can be very pricey so a student loan may have to be considered. Ensure that you have the means to pay this back or that you have been working steadily throughout the college year to finance yourself. These trips abroad or J1s usually have to be booked around February to avail of the cheapest rates and book embassy meetings. These experiences come highly recommended as you may not get the chance to travel again for a long time and it is a shame not to avail of the opportunity.

It is important not to pick a career on fads. Do not choose a career path because you think it will earn you a lot of money in future. What is in demand today may not be by the time you finish third level education. Look at anyone who was looking to pursue a career in architecture ten years ago. This would have been a job with huge financial reward but over the past few years, many with an architecture degree had to leave the country to find work. Pick your future career on your interests and your strengths. An internship can be a great way to get practical work experience and give you a leg up on competition. Although this may involve giving up one of your summers it can be an invaluable experience and looks great on the CV. This in turn will lead to better career opportunities. After college, the Jobbridge national internship scheme provide work placement with a €50 per week on top of existing social welfare entitlement.

Social media practices and posting is never forgotten. Make sure to post nothing incriminating to social media or anything that may jeopardise a future career. Social media is readily available to anybody. Between Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn it is not hard to find out a great deal about somebody, so do not put anything up that you would not wish to explain or be embarrassed about in the future. Be careful about security and privacy settings, as it may come back to haunt you in years to come or you may share personal items such as photographs. However, Facebook can be a very useful tool during college. Facebook allows people to keep in regular contact whether it is in groups for college where documents can be easily uploaded or to organise social outings.

Hopefully these guidelines and tips will help you in beginning life in third level education and remember to enjoy every minute of it as college years are often the best years of an individual’s life.

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