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If you’re struggling to find something to keep the kids entertained this summer then we have the perfect news for you.

 

Dublin Zoo has launched a ‘Summer of Sustainability’, celebrating an exciting new offer from SSE Airtricity of a year of free family days out at Dublin Zoo when customers switch to the provider.


SSE Airtricity, the proud Sustainability Partner of Dublin Zoo, is inviting visitors to join the energy company for two fun-filled Sustainability Weekends for all the family taking place in Dublin Zoo on June 16 and 17, and on July 21 and 22.  

 

 

Everyone visiting Dublin Zoo for each of the two-day weekend events will be guided through fun and interactive tasks and activities, including taking part in a mini worm excavation, building your very own ‘Bug Hotel’, and exploring SSE Airtricity Eco Explorer Trail. Plus, there will be plenty of exclusive prizes to be won, face painters for your ‘little tigers’, and much more.

 

 

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The ‘Summer of Sustainability’ is being launched to celebrate an exciting new offer of a year of free days out for the family at Dublin Zoo, courtesy of SSE Airtricity. All new customers switching to SSE Airtricity for 100 percent green electricity and natural gas will get a Free Dublin Zoo Annual Family Pass, worth €185.

 

 

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With an Annual Family Pass after they switch, SSE Airtricity customers can bring a family of up to seven to Dublin Zoo at any time of the year, and as often as they like – plus, with a 10 percent discount for switching, customers are also saving on their energy costs meaning more treats for everyone during zoo visits.

 

 

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Existing SSE Airtricity customers can also redeem exclusive discounts for Dublin Zoo through its online loyalty rewards platform, SSEReward.com. Registered SSE Reward members also have the chance to win exclusive ‘money-can’t-buy-experiences’ at Dublin Zoo – such as seeing how the Asian elephants and Amur tigers start their day and learning all about the animals from the dedicated zookeeper team.

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