Blanchardstown ice rink forced to close and customers refunded
The Blanchardstown ice rink was forced to close until Saturday, with customers getting an automatic refund within the next three to five days.
Ireland’s largest ice rink has taken the decision to close due to a technical issue with the ice and cooling machines.
The festive business of Blanchardstown Shopping Center has been closed since yesterday, Monday, November 29.
They took to social media to say, “To all of our skaters, we’re so disappointed to have to close this week, but we’ll be back this Saturday and hope to see you again soon.
“We regret to inform you that Ice Skating Blanchardstown had to close until Saturday 4th December.
“This is due to a technical problem with the ice and refrigeration machines.
“We are currently processing your refund which will go back to the card you made the payment with. You don’t have to do anything, it will arrive in your account in three to five days.
“We apologize again for the short notice and the inconvenience caused.
“See you at Ice Skating Blanchardstown.
Once they reopen, they’ll leave those Bambi enthusiasts on skate until January 30.
Standard adult tickets cost € 18 each, a family of three costs € 42, while a family of four costs € 50.
Groups of at least 15 people will benefit from discounts, while there are also special rates for students and companies, as well as the option to rent the entire room to accommodate your group.
If you want to experience the wonders of ice skating in Blanchardstown, go to skating.fr to book tickets, and hopefully they’ll be back in no time!
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