THE first 25 Neil, Neill, Neal, Neale or O’Neills who visit an Oxford pub this week will get themselves a free pint of Guinness.

To celebrate the Irish pub brand’s 25th birthday O’Neill’s Oxford is offering a free pint of Guinness to anybody with the variation of Neil in their name.

Marking their quarter century milestone in true Irish fashion, the George Street pub will give the free drink to the first 25 people with the first, middle or surname Neil, Neill, Neal, Neale or O’Neill.

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All they have to do is make it to the bar and show their passport or driving licence.

The offer’s available from today at 9am until Friday at 11.59pm, but when the 25 pints are gone, they’re gone.

Eamon O’Sullivan, general manager at O’Neill’s Oxford, said: “Myself and the whole team are really excited to celebrate 25 fantastic years of O’Neill’s with the people of Oxford.

“We couldn’t think of a better way to mark the occasion than to share our special day with fellow Neils."

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He added: "We’re looking forward to welcoming our wonderful guests to join with us in raising a glass and joining in the craic for this huge birthday celebration!”

Over 18s only can take part and only one free pint of Guinness or an alternative soft drink will be given per person.

For the full terms and condition are available via the pub chain's website at