January and Christmas Sales Ireland

There was a time when the “Sales”  in Ireland didn’t begin until the New Year , January 1st  – but they have gradually been starting earlier and earlier as shopping habits in Ireland fall in line with the UK.

The more recent “tradition” of Black Friday that was imported from the USA is another big day for special offers . This year, the date of Black Friday is November 27th – but we expect many online retailers to bring their Black Friday discounts forwards this year.

With more people shopping online because of Covid-19 , early online Christmas shopping was encouraged to avoid delivery delays nearer Christmas .

In a normal year, many shops would be opening on Saturday, December 26th 2020 and expecting big crowds. This year will be different – but we expect many online shops to be starting their sales well before New Years Day 2021.

Most of the online shops usually begin their sales before Christmas Day – because the online Christmas shopping ends earlier than in the stores.  This year has been a bad one for many retailers – so we expect to see even more discounts to try and boost sales.

Believe it or not – Christmas Day itself is usually one of the biggest online shopping days of the year as people have vouchers to spend, time to kill and new gadgets to buy accessories for.

Here is a list of some of the best Christmas , Stephen’s Day , Boxing Day and January 2021 sales , online and in stores. .


We will try to update this post with more details as we get them.

Littlewoods Ireland will have some special offers in the run up to Christmas. Littlewoods sell a wide range of products – womenswear, menswear, kidswear, footwear and lingerie as well as homewares, electricals, appliances, entertainment, sport and leisure, furniture, toys, gifts, jewellery.

Amazon Amazon UK usually has some good “Boxing Day” deals online. Every day from Christmas Eve until December 31st, they usually drop prices on dozens of items from Kindles,  laptops and tablets, games and mobile accessories.
Tip:  Get a free trial of Amazon  Prime and get free 2 day delivery to Ireland for 30 days.

Currys  Usually have some very good discounts online and in stores for their St Stephens day sale  – with many items reduced by as much as 50%. The Currys Christmas online sale usually starts on 24th or 25th December – but be quick because the best deals sell out fast.

Marks and Spencer :   The M&S Ireland Winter Sale normally starts online on  Christmas Day 25th Dec  at 4am with as much as  50% Off.  In store sale starts on 26th December. (Postponed due to Covid)

Emma Mattresses have a Christmas Sale from 18th of December till the 29th of December. You can get 45% OFF at checkout with code FEAST45. Click the banner at the top of the page and it will be applied. All made in Ireland, free delivery and a 200 day trial with free returns if you don’t like it.

Boden’s Christmas Sale usually begins around 18th Dec with up to 50% off some clothing.

Aosom is a UK online shopping site selling Furniture, Home and Garden products, Toys and Pet Products at competitively low prices. Free delivery to Ireland. They have 10% off everything online now .

GAP usually start their online sale around Dec 21st with as much as 70% off some items.

Topman  The Topman sale will probably start online on Fri 20th Dec with upto 60% off online

BooHoo is an online only shop – and their Winter sale always starts on Dec 24th with as much as 70% off.

ASOS   The Asos online sale always begins before Christmas, sometimes as early as Dec 22nd with discounts of up to 50 per cent, which will gradually increase to 70% off as the sale progresses. (But don’t wait too long because all the good stuff will go early)

JD Sports – Clearance Sale usually starts online around Christmas Eve with some items 50% off

More Online Shops that Deliver to Ireland

Don’t forget  to check our page of Discount Codes for even more savings.

2 thoughts on “January and Christmas Sales Ireland

  1. Thank you for the information on sales in Ireland and the discounts that can be found.
    You list Curry’s as a good sales store, but I have found that they are very expensive, compared with their UK site, for many items. When I have queried the huge difference in prices, I have been told that it’s either VAT rates or cost of doing business here in Ireland, which is complete tosh! I stopped shopping in their stores because of the price difference. Likewise, M&S are much more expensive here compared to the UK. I know there is a difference in sterling and euro, but sometimes the difference is quite substantial.

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