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    • By One-Eye 6th Aug 18, 2:35 PM
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    E: 31/08 Win a 2-night trip for 2 to Dublin inc. flights & a Whiskey Experience
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    • 6th Aug 18, 2:35 PM
    E: 31/08 Win a 2-night trip for 2 to Dublin inc. flights & a Whiskey Experience 6th Aug 18 at 2:35 PM
    Mr Hyde


    answer: DUBLIN

    2 nights stay for 2 adults at the luxury hotel Conrad Dublin, subject to availability, with a dinner at the Coburg (3-course dinner for 2 with a glass of alcoholic beverage per person) and the Fine Spirits Luxury Experience, which includes transfers to and from the Teeling distillery in our Conrad luxury town car (or equivalent if the car is already booked), tour of the Teeling distillery (public tour only) and VIP private tasting of the Trinity whiskey and a drink at the Bang Bang bar.
    The prize is valid for 12 months, excluding 22nd December 2018 2nd January 2019 and subject to availability. Flights chosen can be at any time of day or airline but must be under 140 return for two people, i.e. no more than 70 per person.
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