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Wednesday 27 September 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# Sales

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Cannabis social clubs and licensed sales: How the UK could earn £1bn in drugs tax
The Liberal Democrats have called for cannabis to be legalised.
People have been listening to a LOT of David Bowie this week
Bowie could achieve his first US number 1 album.
This is the surprising first thing ever sold online
It wasn’t pizza.
Poll: Have you bought anything in the sales yet?
Sure we all love a bargain!
"We just popped in for the half-price shoes": Stephen's(s) Day sales shoppers are being disappointingly sensible
Tales of common sense and politeness, from the streets of south Dublin.
Retailers expect bumper Christmas sales after early-morning queues
Mad Ted.
Here's why 'Culchie Shopping Day' is now like any other
It seems Black Friday has taken over…
Here are all the best deals available to Irish people on Black Friday
The US tradition has firmly hit Ireland and well, we’re not complaining.
Here are all the best deals available to Irish people on Black Friday
The US tradition has firmly hit Ireland and well, we’re not complaining.
Poll: Will you be getting involved in the Black Friday madness?
Tomorrow is the big day.
Irish people aren't going to let the emissions scandal stop them buying Volkswagens
Last month 12% of all new cars licensed were Volkswagen.
Amazon is opening a physical bookstore - with a difference
It will even include reviews from the site.
Asking prices for Dublin houses have fallen for the first time in almost 3 years
House price inflation is expected to slow to 5% by December.
This man has every reason to be incredibly happy today
Apple just sold a record number of new iPhones again and a date for its release in Ireland was revealed.
A lingerie company stopped retouching ads - and its sales soared
Best of all, its customers keep talking about how much they love the move.
Vodafone is spending €60 million to create a load of jobs in Dublin
Recruitment for the new jobs is already well underway, an event in Dublin heard today.
The Central Bank's new mortgage rules are slowing lending to house-buyers in a MAJOR way
Year on year growth in mortgage lending has slowed to 12%, its lowest in two years.
People can now buy the Apple Watch online - unless they're in Ireland
Unless you have a good friend in the UK, Japan or Germany?
This week’s vital property news: The new Daft report and a cap on the property tax
Everything you need to know in one quick guided tour.
Lower prices at the petrol pumps means you're spending more in the shops
However, women didn’t invest in too many winter coats this season.
Poll: Do you support minimum prices for alcohol?
Is this the way to curb Ireland’s problem drinking?
100,000 people will be driving brand new cars this year
Lucky for some.
Which country is buying the most iPhones? (Hint: It's not the US)
Apple’s home turf is selling a lot of iPhones – but not enough to topple the current champ.
Playstation 4 gives Sony something to shout about as sales top 18.5 million
More than four million PS4 consoles were bought during the year-end holiday season, while game sales remained strong.
Retailers are really happy with their post-Christmas sales
And mens fashion is one of the biggest markets.
Handbags at dawn: People were literally pulling bargains out of each other's hands this morning
“People were literally grabbing at them — ‘I got it first… No, it’s mine’.”
St Stephens Day sales madness: Queues from 6am and 'handbags at dawn'
Mad Ted.
These vintage pics of Christmas shopping crowds will make you glad it's all over
This is not a modern nightmare – people in the 1930s were running around like headless chickens doing last minute shopping as well.
The teachers' strike day was the busiest pre-Christmas shopping day this year
Overall though, sales have been disappointing in December 2014.
10 things you'll only understand if you've worked retail at Christmas time
Shop ’til the sales assistants drop.
This has been a pretty massive year for car sales
Figures for new vehicles licenced have hit a five year high.
Baffled by Cyber Monday? Here's what you need to know
Finally, another chance to buy stuff.
Black Friday has gone bonkers in Britain, and this is what it looks like
It’ll be in Ireland soon, you know.
Black Friday: What is it and why is it creeping in on Ireland?
Crazy shoppers at the ready….
Sony places its hopes on the PS4 as it undergoes major changes
The company will slash its TV and smartphone lineup, and place greater focus on its image sensor business as it tries to reverse losses.
The Viewing: Your vital round-up of property news from the week
Everything you need to know in one quick guided tour.
'Rising consumer confidence' prompts CPM to recruit for 300 new jobs
The company is looking for 150 full-time and 150 temporary staff.
Apple shows no signs of slowing down as iPhone sales top 10 million
The figure also includes the four million devices sold within the first 24 hours of pre-order sales.
Lego is now the world's biggest toymaker as kids choose bricks over Barbies
The Lego Movie helped propel the Danish company into the top spot.
Samsung blames slow smartphone sales and increased competition for profit slump
Slow global sales of smartphones and tablets and rising marketing costs to shift stock were some of the factors Samsung cited as its net profit fell by nearly 20% in the second quarter.