Cancel Your Plans – This Legendary Warehouse Sale Is On RIGHT NOW!

All you need to know

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The Arnotts warehouse sale is a thing of beauty. 

It's generally during the run up to Christmas, has whopper offers, and saves you a tonne of cash - exactly when you need it. 

And we're here to tell you why this golden opportunity simply cannot be missed. So, listen up. 

First things first - why is this sale so much better than all the other sales?

Becauuuuse there's up to 70% off EVERYTHING. That means beds, TVs, electronics, furniture, homeware and everything in between. 

So you get to buy anything you want (including those Christmas presents that would've inevitably left you broke otherwise) for much much cheaper. 

But, wait a second. Where is the Arnotts warehouse?

Arnotts warehouse is located at Unit K, Furry Park Industrial Estate, Swords Rd, Turnapin Little, Dublin 9, Ireland. Right here on Google Maps. 

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How do I get there from the city centre?

Take N1 towards Dublin Airport. Take 2nd Santry exit off motorway and take the 1st left at the roundabout. At lights, take right onto Swords Road (Morton Stadium on the left hand side). Pass through the next set of lights (Northwood Park on left hand side) and 200 yards later turn left into Furry Park. Take the 1st right turn and the Arnotts warehouse is the last unit on the left hand side.

More travel details are on their website

When can I avail of these terrific offers?

We're glad you asked. These prices are only available this Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 between 10am - 3pm. 

So organise accordingly. 

Anything else?

There's ample parking and loads on offer - so you've no reason not to spin up and check it out. 

Happy shopping!

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Written By

Kate Demolder

Kate is a contributing writer here at Lovin Dublin. You are as likely to see her indulging in some of Dublin’s finer establishments, as well as panic-exercising the day after.

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