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A Dublin lad is selling his Coppers Gold Card for a whopping €250

A sound investment.

90328233 Source: Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland

THE COPPERS GOLD card is the stuff of myth and legend in Ireland.

The exclusive card grants you and one guest free entry to the club 7 days a week, 364 days a year and allows you to skip the queues altogether.

The cards are hard to come by with people regularly pleading with the nightclub for one.

The only way to get your mitts on one is to win one in the club’s weekly giveaway on Gold Card Thursdays in which they give out five before midnight.

But if you just can’t depend on fortune to be on your side, today is your lucky day.

One Gold Card owner is parting ways with his card on Adverts.ie for the princely sum of €250.

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His reason for selling it? He has two and wants to spread the Coppers love.

I am only selling this on as I have two and don’t want to be greedy anymore.

coppers2 Sweet, sweet plastic. Source: Adverts.ie

And we’ve got to say, he makes a pretty strong case…

I have had the privilege of owning this piece of plastic for the past three or so years in which time I have saved myself and my friends thousands of euro in cover charges and hours spent queueing in the rain. As you can see, you simply cannot put a price on one of these things.

However, he doesn’t want the card going to some blow-in. No, he wants this to go to a Coppers die-hard.

No silly offers, it’s worth a lot more to the right person, if you go ten times before schools are back you’ll have already made a return on your investment! Please don’t buy unless you go every week, it would be such a waste!

You know what to do.

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