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  • People swap going out to eat for small luxuries at home
  • People swap going out to eat for small luxuries at home
    Andriyko Podilnyk (2019) ©
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People swap going out to eat for small luxuries at home

Swapping a cinema night out for a movie night at home doesn't seem so bad when you realise that you can bring your own snacks and lounge on a sofa. While saving money on nights out that would have cost substantially more, people in Ireland are bringing the party home for a fraction of the cost.

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