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From TheJournal.ie Irish people travelling to UK after no-deal Brexit will be able to buy duty free tobacco and alcohol Brexit

Irish people travelling to UK after no-deal Brexit will be able to buy duty free tobacco and alcohol

The EU abolished duty-free shopping between member nations in 1999.

From The42 'They bring X-factor': Solskjaer delighted with summer business Transfer Market

'They bring X-factor': Solskjaer delighted with summer business

Daniel James and Aaron Wan-Bissaka are the two new faces around Old Trafford.

From TheJournal.ie Penneys' online trial could bring 'incremental' growth, but its future still lies in bricks and mortar Thanks Penneys

Penneys' online trial could bring 'incremental' growth, but its future still lies in bricks and mortar

The retailer has just opened its biggest store in the world in Birmingham.

From TheJournal.ie Government moves to protect duty-free status quo between Ireland and UK in no-deal Brexit Airport Shopping

Government moves to protect duty-free status quo between Ireland and UK in no-deal Brexit

At the turn of the millennium, the EU abolished duty-free and tax-free sales on all air and sea routes within the trade bloc.

From TheJournal.ie 'Veganuary' influenced what we put in our shopping baskets last month Kantar Worldpanel

'Veganuary' influenced what we put in our shopping baskets last month

Sales of plant-based milks were 40% higher than in January 2018.

From TheJournal.ie Irish shoppers spent record €995 million on groceries in December Kantar Worldpanel

Irish shoppers spent record €995 million on groceries in December

For a second Christmas in a row and the fourth consecutive period overall, Dunnes was Ireland’s leading retailer.

From TheJournal.ie Opinion: The press needs to stop sensationalising the weather Opinion

Opinion: The press needs to stop sensationalising the weather

No matter what is reported by Met Éireann or any other weather forecaster around the globe, the media will report the worst-case scenario which scares citizens, writes David Fitzsimons.

Why asking for the gift receipt shouldn't be considered rude

And why I do it all the time.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Will you make a visit to the St Stephen's Day sales? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Will you make a visit to the St Stephen's Day sales?

The crowds have been out since early morning, are you going to be among them?

From TheJournal.ie From the Garden: Supermarkets selling below cost veg is hurting farmers and it is bad for us all Column

From the Garden: Supermarkets selling below cost veg is hurting farmers and it is bad for us all

Farmers protested outside M&S in Liffey Valley last week to draw attention to what the IFA called ‘predatory’ pricing models, writes Michael Kelly.

Christmas sales have started! And here are the discounts on offer

Nab yourself a bargain!

From TheJournal.ie New rules could ensure gift vouchers are valid for five years under Irish law Consumer Protection

New rules could ensure gift vouchers are valid for five years under Irish law

There is currently no minimum expiry date on gift vouchers under law.

11 of the tackiest bags you'll probably want to buy

Embrace the tack!

These ‘mam shops’ are jam-packed with absolute gems

We’ve had a change of heart.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Have you started your Christmas shopping? Making A List This post contains a poll

Poll: Have you started your Christmas shopping?

It’s “do you want that gift-wrapped” time.

From TheJournal.ie Local Irish retailers hit back at Black Friday 'headaches' by encouraging a new shopping trend instead Green Friday

Local Irish retailers hit back at Black Friday 'headaches' by encouraging a new shopping trend instead

The hashtag #GreenFriday is hoping to encourage consumers to be more conscious of how they shop.

From TheJournal.ie Cross-border shopping hits five-year high as ROI consumers spend €64.5m in North Kantar

Cross-border shopping hits five-year high as ROI consumers spend €64.5m in North

The strength of the Euro against Sterling over the past two years has also made cross-border shopping more appealing.

Poll: Have you started the Christmas shopping yet? The C Word This post contains a poll

Poll: Have you started the Christmas shopping yet?

Yes, we know it’s the middle of October.

From TheJournal.ie Tesco retains top spot in Ireland's supermarket wars yet again Supermarket Sweep

Tesco retains top spot in Ireland's supermarket wars yet again

Tesco accounted for 22.4% of the consumer spend over the course of the 12 weeks to 12 August.

From TheJournal.ie A 'struggling' wing of Dundrum centre will be turned into a new food and drinks quarter Retail And Services

A 'struggling' wing of Dundrum centre will be turned into a new food and drinks quarter

Toy shop Hamleys recently moved out of the district because its business was ‘no longer viable’.

From TheJournal.ie With 131 days to go, Brown Thomas has officially opened its Christmas shop in Dublin Yule Can't Be Serious

With 131 days to go, Brown Thomas has officially opened its Christmas shop in Dublin

Christmas trees and festive decorations will be on sale at the store until the end of the year

From TheJournal.ie A former landmark pub in Blackrock is set to become a Dunnes Stores Playwright

A former landmark pub in Blackrock is set to become a Dunnes Stores

The sit of the Playwright pub has been vacant since 2011.

From TheJournal.ie House of Fraser says it won't accept existing gift vouchers in Dundrum store Dundrum Town Centre

House of Fraser says it won't accept existing gift vouchers in Dundrum store

The UK retailer was sold off last week for a reported €100 million.

From TheJournal.ie The owner of some of Dublin’s biggest shopping centres recorded a drop in footfall this year Retail

The owner of some of Dublin’s biggest shopping centres recorded a drop in footfall this year

Hammerson says trade at Dundrum and its other centres was “particularly badly hit” by Storm Emma.

From TheJournal.ie Lidl apologises to disappointed customers after swimming pools sell out across Ireland Big Splash
From TheJournal.ie Poll: Are you spending more on your groceries as a result of the heatwave? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you spending more on your groceries as a result of the heatwave?

Ice-cream, alcohol and barbeque foods have been in high demand in recent weeks.

From TheJournal.ie People have spent an extra €27 million on groceries because of the heatwave BARBEQUE WEATHER

People have spent an extra €27 million on groceries because of the heatwave

Ice-cream, alcohol and barbeque foods are in high demand.

From TheJournal.ie Tesco retakes top spot in Ireland's supermarket wars Supermarket Sweep

Tesco retakes top spot in Ireland's supermarket wars

Tesco is just 0.3% ahead of SuperValu, according to the latest Kantar Worldpanel figures.

From TheJournal.ie Going to the shops? Many stores and supermarkets are now open Doors Open

Going to the shops? Many stores and supermarkets are now open

Limited opening hours for some major supermarkets and local shops.

Drake went to a supermarket in Miami and spent €40,000 buying every single customer's shopping for them

He told them to fill up their trolleys with anything they wanted.

From TheJournal.ie Amazon has finally opened its long awaited 'Go' store No Queues

Amazon has finally opened its long awaited 'Go' store

The shop allows customers to take stuff off the shelf and walk out.

10 of the most ridiculous products that people bought in 2017

Let’s hope everyone comes to their senses in 2018.

From TheJournal.ie Irish retailers on course to record best Christmas season since 2007 Retail Ireland

Irish retailers on course to record best Christmas season since 2007

Despite the positive growth, cross-border shopping has been a big worry for Irish outlets this year.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Are St Stephen's Day sales worth the hassle? Bargains This post contains a poll

Poll: Are St Stephen's Day sales worth the hassle?

The crowds have been out since early morning, but is it worth the trip to a shopping centre today?

From TheJournal.ie Driver facing €3,000 fine for using mother-in-law's disabled parking permit to go late-night shopping Christmas Rush
From TheJournal.ie Buying your Christmas tree this weekend? Here's how to pick the right one and keep it fresh Oh Christmas Tree
From TheJournal.ie Christmas shopping on the move? Gardaí warn to only shop online when on personal WiFi Safe Online Shopping

Christmas shopping on the move? Gardaí warn to only shop online when on personal WiFi

In the first six months of this year there has been €16.6 million gross card fraud.

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