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Great offers for Sports fans on Black Friday 2021

If you have a person interested in sport and are looking for the perfect Christmas present then Black Friday offers are the way to go.

This year, Black Friday is on Friday 27 November, but sales will begin from Saturday 21 November. So keep logging back on here for updated offers right up to Cyber Monday on the 30th of November.

Here are some offers to look for this year, we will update once we see offers appearing. 


If anyone in your family is a big horse racing fan, Racingtv offered half price on their 12-month subscription. That was a saving of around 200 euros.


If its football, NFL, Formula One, or rugby that is your fix Sky Sports offered a half-price subscription for 6 months saving around 100euro.


Lots of gyms did half price for 12months, so make sure to log back on for localised offers.

Sports equipment and clothing 

Lots of sports stores had up to 70% off during Black Friday sales. So there should be some offers close to you. 

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5 Christmas Present Ideas for a Rugby Fan

Rugby World Cup Replica Jerseys.

For every World Cup, each team wears a jersey specifically designed for the competition. With the World Cup being last year and those jerseys now not being worn anymore, they’re available for great prices. Unlike jerseys in soccer and gaa, rugby jerseys do not go out of style as quickly and jerseys from past seasons are no way out of place a couple of years after their release.

There were some lovely jerseys on display in Japan last year. ProDirect Rugby have a lot of the countries’ World Cup Jerseys available. Due to the World Cup being over a year ago, they’re available cheaper than the jerseys you’ll find teams wearing now.

Ireland’s jersey was one of the sleeker on show. But, New Zealand’s and Australia’s efforts were eye-catching too. In fact, even jerseys from the likes of Italy or Tonga are nice additions to any collection.


Sports Crests Prints.

Artist Vincent Devine has created a collection of re-imagined crests using his own unique interpretation and style. The four Irish provinces feature in this collection and are all beautifully finished.

The prints are available in three sizes: 12 x 12 inch, 20 x 20 inch or 30 x 30 inch. Each print is printed on fine art archival paper.



An obvious option for a present for rugby fans have good options this year.

Firstly, Rory Best’s autobiography was released earlier in the year. The former Ireland captain recounts lessons and experience from his 14-year international career.

Secondly, Rob Kearney has just released his own story entitled ‘No Hiding: My Autobiography’. The Leinster man is Ireland’s most decorated player and his illustrious career extended through the ups and downs of Irish Rugby.

Both of these books are available on Kennys.ie.


Lions Tickets vs Japan. 

In truth, this one is a challenge but would have you in the good books for a lifetime. As part of next year’s British and Irish Lions Tour, the Lions will first play Japan in Murrayfield on the 26th of June. While it may be many rugby fans’ dream to follow the Lions on one of their southern-hemisphere tours, this will only be the third time the Lions have ever competed on home soil. Hence, anyone present would be a part of rugby history.

Tickets for the historic fixture go on pre-sale on Tuesday 3 November, with supporters able to register their interest at lionsrugby.com/Vodafone-1888-Cup. Vodafone customers will be able to benefit from access to tickets and giveaways via the VeryMe loyalty programme.


Stocking Fillers.

Everyone loves the little joke presents they receive at Christmas that they end using every day. For example coffee mugs/flasks with funny inscriptions, quirky socks, funny cushions, and signs are all good gift ideas.

Etsy’s online site has a great offering of such Christmas present ideas for a rugby fan.


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