By joining The Shamrock Club you will receive many benefits that the current green and gold level members are already enjoying. They include many gifts including an Ogham gift, a t-shirt, as well as a Celtic bronze cross, and special invites to exclusive Irish events at our upper tier Shamrock Club membership level.
However, by far the greatest value to you is the thousands of daily discounts the Shamrock Club offers its green and gold members alike.
The Shamrock Club program offers dining and shopping discounts at over 90,000 local and national stores and restaurants.
Your dining discounts include over 60,000 fast food, ﬁne and casual dining, and take out establishments like Dunkin’ Donuts, McDonalds, 7-11, IHOP, and Baskin Robbins to name a few.
Savings on shopping, offered through 60,000 outlets, have never been easier with huge savings to be found on clothing, electronics, flowers, gifts, home and garden, music, and movies at a wide array of retailers such as Sleepys, Costco, Sears, Brooks Brothers, Aeropostale, Office Depot, 1-800-FLOWERS, and more.
A Shamrock Club membership at any level can save you thousands of dollars each year. Let’s say for instance you eat out for lunch, say four times a week at work, go out bi-weekly, and order a pizza in on Friday nights, along with sending flowers three times yearly. Your savings can be $1,280 a year in this case. And the cost to join is only $29.95 a year, as part of your Shamrock Club membership. Check out your own potential savings using our simple savings calculator here on IrishCentral.
And our Direct Deals are very simple to access. All a member is required to do is log-in, click on the “Member Area” and search for your daily deals. You will automatically be presented with deals and discounts based on your local zip code.
New deals are presented every day. So go ahead and start hunting for your deals as a Shamrock Club member.
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