It’s the start of the busiest shopping period of the year, with Black Friday and Internet Monday approaching, many suppliers trying to beat the shopper’s race by launching their sales early.
This year Black Friday falls on November 26, followed by Cyber Monday on November 29.
Irish customers are expected to pay a whopping €25,000 per minute during Black Friday, with more than €8,000 per minute spent on clothing purchases online alone, a 232% increase in volume over the average day, according to new data from AIB.
Here are some of our favorite Irish retailers that are getting their start online and in store early:
Brown Thomas is starting the Black Friday sale early with 20% off. You can shop for sale online Here.
Arnotts has started selling Black Friday with nearly 20% off everything online and in-store. You can shop in discounts now, Here.
Smyths Toys has launched Black Friday Sale in store and online while supplies last. Offers only apply to selected lines and customer limits apply to avoid bulk buying. Shop in the range Here.
River Island is offering 20% off everything plus free delivery on purchases over €75 with the code ‘HELLOBF’. Shop here.
Littlewoods Black Friday has already started selling up to 50% off select fashion and sportswear. Shop here.
Harvey Norman Black Friday sale kicks off with up to 50% off Christmas trees, 30% off TVs, and up to 50% off sofas and beds. Shop here.
Argos has already started selling Black Friday, with new lines added every day. Televisions, vacuum cleaners, coffee makers, and other household appliances are now on display. Shop Here.
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