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Friday, 15 January 2016

An 'Appy 'Brew Monday' at intu Eldon Square (plus win a £100 intu gift card)


SHAKE off the January blues at intu Eldon Square and celebrate ‘Brew Monday’ (18th January) with a FREE tea or coffee from Greggs near Waitrose.


Intu has teamed up with Greggs to brew up some happiness for customers on the ‘gloomiest day of the year’ and to celebrate the launch of the brand new intu app.

How to claim your free brew


Customers just need to download intu’s brand new app to redeem their free brew (offer available on Monday 18 January only, terms and conditions apply), which is available on both Android and Apple devices – visit intu.co.uk/app for more information.

Phil Steele, General Manager at intu Eldon Square, said:

 “We know January is not everyone’s cup of tea, which is why we are celebrating with ‘Brew Monday’- which aims to bring families and friends together in the warm and cosy surroundings of Greggs.

The new intu app is a fantastic tool for shoppers and will offer a host of discounts for shops and restaurants, plus it includes an interactive map which helps navigate the centre and get the most from your shopping trip.
Download for free from the app store or go to intu.co.uk/app.

Win a £100 intu Eldon Square Gift Card


To celebrate the launch of the new intu Eldon Square app and to ensure January isn't so blue for one lucky reader, intu have provided us with a £100 intu gift card to giveaway. Enter using the rafflecopter below. Good luck!






Terms and Conditions:- UK entries only. One winner will be randomly selected to win a £100 intu gift card within 7 days of the competition closing and notified via email. The winner will have 7 days to respond before another winner is selected. No cash alternative. None transferable. Usual intu Gift Card terms and conditions apply ([see here)](http://intueldonsquare.flex-e-card.com/information/terms-and-conditions) Competition closes at midnight on Monday 18th January 2016. 


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163 comments

  1. try and not think about the long working year ahead

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  2. now Christmas is over we have abit more money in our pockets x

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  3. Such a lovely giveaway! Especially this time of year when we may be feeling a little strapped for cash after the festive period!

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  4. Whenever there is sunshine we go out for a long walk to clear the cobwebs, it always cheers me up.

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  5. nothing better on a cold January day that a cuppa. This is an awesome giveaway, all of the things i could buy!!!

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  6. Would love to be a winner buy myself a hat. Or a watch. Tea also. And some lush stuff.

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  7. Surround yourself with friends and family, buy some new pj's and curl up at home with a film whilst the wind rages outside!

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  8. treat myself and my son in the sales

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  9. Book yourself in for a rewarding back and shoulder massage to get rid of those knots and the stress you built up during the busy festive season!

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  10. Enjoy the sunshine when it comes out! (@PeanutHog)

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  11. I start planning and book our family summer holiday. It gives us all something to look forward to

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  12. get out & about,visit family & friends

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  13. go for a nice long walk in the country and call in somewhere on the way back for a beer or a coffee

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  14. I have decided to keep a record within a memory book of Adventures :- Visit to a new place, outings etc. As it is memories of the Good times which are Good to remember and also share with others e.g. family, friends etc. Recently at Moscow State Circus, a Birthday present for my sister. We all enjoyed it. Also family beside us were freiendly, chatty, kind etc which was very much appreciated. The children had fun. Whilst the show had a message which was put across at the end. It is nice to be kind, considerate and caring of others. Rather than always take regard of self. (selfish/self centred etc ).

    Rachel Craig

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  15. My top tip for cheering myself up in January is to book our summer holiday! gives us something to look forward too!!!!

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  16. nice hot bubble bath with a glass of wine

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  17. I like to cheer myself up by meeting friends for coffee (or wine!)

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  18. It's so easy to just sit in because it's cold but it's so much better for the soul to brave the cold air and even just go for a small walk.

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  19. The January sales always cheer me up! Then I'm depressed again when Im skint in February!

    Cat

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  20. Get out and enjoy yourself, if its raining take an umbrella

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  21. Ooof, shoes probably :D

    Katie xoxo

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  22. Make yourself get out and about even if you don't feel like it.

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  23. Meet up with a friend for a yummy hot chocolate in a cosy cafe on a cold afternoon!

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  24. Getting outdoors for a walk in the fresh air (and if I'm lucky!), some sunshine, really lifts the spirits xx

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  25. I always love to cheer myself up with a long bubble bath!

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  26. Going on holiday :) We just had a weekend in Dublin

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  27. Grabbing some fantastic bargains in the sales :)

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  28. focusing on reaching my 5 stone weight loss goal x

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  29. Listen to all my favourite music xx

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  30. Have a cosy afternoon in. Snuggle up with a cuppa and a blanket and put a film you've not seen before on. Good times 😀

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  31. wrap up warm and go for a brisk walk!

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  32. A PJ and movie day usually cheers me up :) x

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  33. Refuse to follow diet plans...just opt out of that whole thing...no punishment and no guilt if/when you fail.

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  34. Wrap up warm and go for long walks !

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  35. I beat the winter blues by going jogging, cycling or even just running with my dog and remembering that Spring is on it's way ;)

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  36. Think about spring and the lighter nights

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  37. Seeing a good film at the cinema

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  38. I go for a walk every weekend somewhere with a cafe at the end where I can buy a delicious hot chocolate to warm me up.

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  39. Think of every sunny period as a bonus - and try and get outside to feel the weather :)

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  40. Get out and about and perhaps meet friends at the local coffee shop.

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  41. Lots of crisp brisk walks, wrapped up followed by snuggly cosy evenings curled ip on the sofa :)

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  42. think about and plan a holiday.

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  43. I'm giving myself the treat of a spa day later this month - something to look forward to!!

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  44. Make the effort to get out & about

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  45. Get plenty of sleep and go to the gym :)

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  46. I always take a stroll in the countryside where I live and watch the early spring plants and nature. This cheers me up no end!

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  47. I cheer myself up by buying a good book, getting all cosy in pjs and snuggling up in the warm x

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  48. Book a few activities to look forward to and plan over the forthcoming year - nothing cheers me up more than the anticipation of future events!

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  49. Brilliant! Tried to enter this last night on my phone but it didn't work!

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  50. A nice big meal in Eldon Square to warm the cockles of both me and my son

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  51. To take my Grandsons on some nice long walks

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  52. ooh thank you for the chance to buy some treats - Jan is rather tight lol

    Looking forward and cheering myself up i bake cakes and make lots of lists of things we are going to do once the weather gets warm! Then sit and eat said cakes while doing jigsaws or snuggling under a duvet watching movies together with the kids! Anything can make you smile if you try hard enough :)

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  53. get out and walk, make sure you wrap up well.

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  54. Start your spring cleaning.

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  55. Plan a holiday

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  56. have a good detox and try and get some extra exercises in

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  57. Spray on some nice perfume even if you're not leaving the house :)

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  58. Get wrapped up and go for a walk in the woods

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  59. Plan your summer holiday

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  60. go out for a walk and then come in and have a hot cuppa and that makes me feel on top of the world......barbara m

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  61. Make a nice hot choc and read a good book on a cold evening

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  62. Wine (oh no, it's dry January), then it must be chocolate (no, I'm on a diet), it'll have to be salad leaves then. On a more serious note, what cheers me up in January is that we're not far from spring with the lighter nights and the warmer days, happy days!

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  63. mmmm that's a tough one cos I always struggle with the January blues! I think browsing the web for your perfect Summer holiday is a good one, I love to give myself things to look forward to in January!

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  64. If you make a New Year's Resolution, make it something realistic, not something impossible. That way, you will feel positive about yourself as you build on your achievements.

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  65. shopping in the sales and planning this years holiday

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  66. Book a holiday

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  67. wrap up warm & get outside to play with the little ones - especially if there's snow!

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  68. Learn a craft such as crochet,knitting or sewing and spend cosy days in making some hand made items

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  69. Make a list of things to look forward to, even just little things :) and add treats like going out for a hot chocolate or a nice hot luxurious bath

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  70. When (if) it's nice outside, make the most of it and go for a nice walk!

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  71. Catch up with family and friends and eating praline chocolate

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  72. I always book our family holiday in January so we have something to look forward to.

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  73. Keeping to my New Years Resolution is cheering me up no end :-)

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  74. I arranged a pamper day for me and my bestie. It done the trick for us!

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  75. Surround yourself with people who make you smile and laugh!

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  76. Buy something new for myself instead of putting everyone else first! x

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  77. To get myself through january a lot of coffee is needed, our little boy is due in March so january is my relax mum ( I wish) , I do a lot of online shopping! Thanks so much for the chance this would be lovely, have a nice day

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  78. Looking for a holiday to book.

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  79. book a holiday or a few days away somewhere

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  80. Spend time with family and friends and plan holidays keeps me smiling 😄 Yesterday we took our daughters sledging for the first time- it was freezing but so much fun!

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  81. Zumba and Pound Rock take away my January blues! Get the heart pumping!!

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  82. Get out and about, there is always loads to see and visist and fresh air and activity helps

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  83. Watching movies with lots of treats

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  84. I dont mind January as I get to plan lovely things for my daugter's birthday on 1st Feb.

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  85. fun activity days with the kids, we went to london last weekend and had a lot of fun

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  86. I've a holiday to look forward to thanks

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  87. In this miserable weather you don't need to find an excuse to curl up with a good book

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  88. Hot Chocolate and a duvet day with a box set - well it cheers me up :D

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  89. Walking the dog not only do you get fresh air it makes you feel good and refreshed

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  90. A walk in the outdoors cheers me up!

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  91. long brisk walks enjoying the countryside

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  92. Take a cold shower first thing in the morning

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  93. saving money for something nice

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  94. Spend on my family and make them very happy

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  95. I just had twin babies and they cheer me up everyday! I could just watch them all day. so peaceful x

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  96. Go shopping in the sales - a bargain always makes me happy!

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  97. Sort through your photos from the previous year & cheer yourself up with the memories. Get a photo book printed of them too

    Kelly Ellen Hirst

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  98. Get some exercise, meet up with friends and plan a getaway somewhere!

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  99. Steal some of the kids Christmas chocolates - they get far too many anyway ;-)

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  100. A nice warm bath with a Lush bath bomb

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  101. Lots of walking with the dogs it's free and gets me feeling motivated x

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  102. Thanks for the chance to win this amazing prize. I cheer myself up by making sure that we got outside as much as possible as family. For example we go to the beach a lot, a walk round the lake, the park or to beamish. Lots of fresh air keeps everyone healthy and happy xx

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  103. Meet up with an old friend for a cuppa and a catch up!

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  104. Go on a walk everyday come rain or shine!

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  105. try and keep positive and embrace the full year that's still to come

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  106. Going for a nice walk on beach since I live near Cleveleys and Blackpool providing weathers fine that is.

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  107. Get some summer holiday brochures and start looking at where you would like to go this year. There are also some great offers for early booking x

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  108. fresh flowers always cheer me up

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  109. Don't start your diet in January! It is already a bleak month as it is! Eat hearty casseroles and toasted crumpets with butter by the fire. The diet can wait!!

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  110. get out for some long walks to blow the cobwebs away

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  111. Buying things cheaply in the sales

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  112. Get out as much as you can with friends/family, don't stay in all the time, even if it is a bit cold outside 😊

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  113. Lovely long walks on cold, crisp, sunny days. Perfect for brightening the mood :)
    Fab giveaway, thank you xx

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  114. Pam Francis Gregory18 January 2016 at 18:56

    Go out midweek then you're only looking forward to 2/3 days work on a Monday instead of 5 for the weekend

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  115. Walking in the countryside in the fresh air.

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  116. I love thinking about all the things I've got to look forward to in the coming months, e.g. I'm going on a weekend trip to Inverness soon, which will be fun.

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  117. A date night with the hubby :)

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  118. Start planning a holiday, even if it's not for this year!

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  119. take the dogs for a walk people always seem more friendlier when you have dogs

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  120. playing with my nephew
    - Katie kerr

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  121. we had a long walk at the beach just what i needed

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  122. Just stay cozy!. Dxx

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  123. Being strong and sticking to my diet then seeing the scales drop!! x

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  124. I spend an hour or so on the Wii Fit/Board, always feel better afterwards x

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  125. Remember you've got the whole year ahead of you!

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  126. wrap up warm and get out and about to beat the january blues :)

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  127. My little daughters cuddles never fail to cheer me up xx

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I always love reading your thoughts and comments - Sam x

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