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Green Friday Offers?

If we all switch some of our spend to Irish shops it'll give the economy a tangible boost.

A lot of Irish food and drink producers are offering discounts and other special offers at the moment, so why not take advantage? I know I will!

Here's a few offers I've come across, but if anyone knows of others please let me know and I'll add them:

Mileeven Irish Honey are offering reduced shipping rates for orders to Ireland and the UK. €4 to all of Ireland and the UK. Free shipping for orders over €35.

Shines Irish tuna are doing "buy one, get one free" on their gift sets. Offer valid until midnight Sunday November 29th 2020.

Bulldog Barbeque, who are based in Wexford, are offering 20% off everything. Use code: blackfriday2020 at checkout.

Muff Liquor are offering a 10% discount on online orders and cocktail boxes with code: BLACKFRIDAY Offer excludes their new whiskey. Offer expires Sunday November 29th.

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A Bit of Media Coverage!

I'm both delighted and rather excited that the site got a nice little mention in The Irish Times.

In a piece entitled "Click for home: The best Irish websites for online shoppers" Conor Pope did a nice write up on Irish websites that are catering to online shoppers. One line from the opening paragraph really stuck out - emphasis added:

There were also a few people who said the only options when it comes to online shopping are giant international companies. That could not be further from the truth.

Conor Pope, Irish Times, September 14th 2020

It's so so true.

There are so many Irish companies that offer fantastic products - and not just of the edible variety!

Conor's piece is well worth bookmarking, as he's listing a nice range of sites offering a broad range of goods, including quite a few that I wasn't aware of.

Personally I like to buy Irish when I can and it's easy to buy Irish and support local businesses whe…

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Irish Consumers Want to Buy Online

A few days ago a new report was published by IEDR, the company behind the .ie domain name, and Digital Business Ireland which highlights the massive switch to online.

Some key takeaways from the report (which was based on a sample of 1000 Irish consumers):

74% of Irish consumers are put off by the restrictions imposed on physical retail95% of Irish consumers shop online at least some of the timeSince the pandemic there has been a noted switch to Irish online shops

The full report goes into some of the other trends about online shopping, but the key takeaway is that both consumers and retail see online sales combined with offline or some combination of both, such as "click and collect", becoming more common. The graphic above illustrates in a bit more detail how consumer attitudes have changed due to restrictions due to social distancing and other limits, as well as the overall level of "comfort" people have.

Have you shopped more online…

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