Everything bargain hunters need to know when shops will reopen after Christmas

Some of the major retailers have slightly different opening times on the days after Christmas.

While some enjoy shopping for bargains online, many people will also look forward to enjoying the experience of going to their favorite stores.

Whether you want to catch the St. Stephen’s Day sales on December 26th or hit the stores and return your Kris Kindle gift, here’s everything you need to know about some top retailers’ opening hours after Christmas Day.

Brown Thomas

Brown Thomas on Grafton Street will open its doors bright and early on Monday 26th December at 9am.

The department store will remain open until 9pm that evening, allowing shoppers to browse the offerings the day after Christmas.

Meanwhile, Brown Thomas in Galway opens an hour later at 10am and stays open for a 9 hour day, closing its doors at 7pm on St Stephen’s night.

Brown Thomas in Cork City will also open at 10am the morning after Christmas Day and will remain open until 6pm that evening.

All Brown Thomas stores will return to their normal opening hours on 27 December, with the Dublin branch opening from 9am to 9pm, Brown Thomas Galway from 10am to 7pm and the Cork branch from 9am to 9pm :00 to 21:00.


Arnotts will also open its doors to customers on St Stephen’s Day.

The department store opens at 10 a.m. and closes at 7 p.m.

Hours in Arnotts return the day after St.

Jervis Shopping Center

If you are heading into Dublin city centre, the Jervis Shopping Center on Henry Street will return to normal opening hours on St Stephen’s Day. They open at 9am that morning and stay open until 9pm that evening.

These hours continue for the week after Christmas Day.

Dundrum town center

Dundrum will resume normal working hours on St Stephen’s Day. They open their doors at 9am and close at 9pm that evening.

These hours continue throughout the week after Christmas Day.

Marks and Spencer

The Grafton Street shop will remain closed on St Stephens Day and will reopen on December 27 from 9am to 8pm.

Branches in Dundrum city centre, Enniskillen, Letterkenny, Galway City and Cork City to name a few will all close the day after Christmas and reopen at 9am on December 27th.


Dublin shops in O’Connell Street, Mary Street, the Liffey Valley Shopping Centre, Blanchardstown Shopping Center and Dundrum Town Center will all reopen on St Stephen’s morning at 10am and remain open until 7pm.

Likewise, Penney’s stores in Limerick’s Crescent Shopping Center will open at 10am. With shops in Cork City, Sligo and Athlone all open from 11am to 6pm.

Dunnes shops

Across the country, most Dunnes shops remain closed on St Stephen’s Day.

Their shops will reopen on December 27th with normal opening hours, which are 8:30am to 9pm in most Dunnes stores across the country.


If you have to run to the pharmacy the day after Christmas, a wide range of Boots shops across the country will reopen early on December 26th.

Boots on Grafton Street Dublin opens at 10am on St Stephen’s Day and Boots on Shop Street in Galway opens at 9am the same morning.

Kildare village

If you want to take a day trip to Kildare Village in the days after Christmas, shops there will return to normal 9am-9pm from St Stephen’s Day.

Featuring shops such as Tommy Hilfiger, Kipling Kildare and Furla, the outlet will be open bright and early the week after Christmas, allowing you to experience the last of the Christmas magic in Kildare Village.

Foyleside Shopping Center

In Derry City, on Stephen’s Day, you can head to Foyleside from 9am to see the shopping center’s select offerings.

Foyleside closes at 6pm that evening. The same opening times will apply on December 27th, but by December 28th, shopping mall opening hours will be back to normal, opening at 9am and closing at 9pm.

Eyre Square Centre

Galway City’s main shopping center has alternate opening times for the days after Christmas.

Eyre Square Shopping Center opens at 8.30am the morning after the 25th and stays open until 7pm that evening.

These hours of operation will remain in place for the days after St. Stephen’s Day, with normal hours of 8:30am to 7:00pm only resuming in the New Year.

Crescent Mall

Limerick City’s Crescent Shopping Center will also return to normal opening hours the day after Christmas Day.

On St. Stephen’s Day the mall opens at 9.30am, which is the center’s usual opening time, and closes at 9pm that evening.

These hours continue throughout the week.

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