John Lewis – the “upmarket” department store currently has no shops on the island of Ireland. A store was planned in Dublin in 2013 on O’Connell Street – but this was put on hold.
Online shoppers in Ireland , prior to Brexit , could order many of the products on the John Lewis website and get delivery to Ireland.
But John Lewis don’t deliver to Ireland at the moment because of issues around Brexit and VAT rules changing. This might be a temporary measure – but we don’t think so
They never did deliver electrical items to Ireland or most beauty products. They didn’t deliver larger items such as furniture either.
Delivery to Ireland was £7.50 –
But you got FREE delivery to Ireland when you spent £50 and over
Alternative Online Shops to Use in Ireland
VERY – (formerly Littlewoods) – they sell clothes, furniture household goods electricals, toys and loads more. Free delivery. Irish-based and no extra VAT or duty to pay. on delivery
Marks and Spencer will deliver furniture to Ireland.
El Corte Ingles – is a Spanish online department store selling a wide range of products including menswear. womenswear, gourmet food, sports gear, kitchen items, cushions and other homeware. Some larger items can’t be delivered to Ireland. The website is available in English and customer support are English speaking (UK).
Delivery within the EU is €5.90 and FREE on orders over €75