Credit offered for Mayo’s crunch day
Loans of €500 are being marketed to help supporters make their way to Croke Park on Saturday
A “Mayo for Sam” instant loan is being offered by Ballina Credit Union. The loan is for €500, requires no savings record, and is approved in seconds.
The loan is marketed towards Mayo fans heading to Croke Park this Saturday for the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship between Mayo and Tyrone, one of whom will win the Sam Maguire Cup, and to fans who are planning celebrations.
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