You’ve your favourite seat at home. We all scramble for the seat with the best leg room when going on holidays & we all watch with anticipation when someone is in the hot seat..
Iarnród Éireann know a good seat when they see one & have announced a seat sale with fares from €14.99 until the end of January.
You can avail of Iarnród Éireann’s offer here for a limited time.
We wouldn’t mind finding some of these seats on sale...
The Iron Throne
What do you think it’d take the King of the Andals and the First Men to let us have the Iron Throne? Possibly the most recognised seat in TV today isn’t what most of us would consider when on a trip to Ikea. That and it took 59 days to build, little bit out of our skill range.
The Red Chair
Everyone thinks they’ve got a funny story until they sit into the red chair on Graham Norton & is at the mercy of his celebrity guests.
Wishing Chair in Dublin Zoo
We’ve sat here & wondered, “what will I wish for...”
Image via Facebook.com/DublinZoo
Diary Room Chair
Dear Big Brother, any chance I can take this home with me? Please. It’d look great in the living room.
Image via Channel 5
Captain’s Chair in the Enterprise
This is one seat that isn’t on sale... it was auctioned off in 2002 for $304,000 to a Star Trek fan. Live long & prosper.
Made famous by Chandler & Joey from Friends. You can’t sit in one without immediately feeling relaxed. The temptation to copy the lads is too tough to resist!
Can you imagine getting to sit in this seat next to Ellen?! Follow in the footsteps of Justin Timberlake, Michelle Obama, Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift. Knowing Ellen we’d probably spend more time up dancing that actually sitting.
Dr Evil’s Chair
ARM THE LASER! All Dr. Evil wanted was a million dollars to stop his evil plan. We’d want to be buying his seat for a bit less than that.
The Simpsons Couch
Probably the most iconic family seats in the world of TV! We see them every day on our TV’s running to grab their perfect spot. It’s usually what happens on the way to the couch that’s hilarious.
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