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Black Friday - top tips for bargain hunters

The phenomenon may be new to Irish shoppers but the old motto 'Caveat emptor' still applies

23rd November, 2016
Retailers gear up for Black Friday Pic: Getty

Last year, Irish shoppers spent more than €60 million over the two days and seem set to splurge again this year if the level of advance advertising is anything to go by.

But while Black Friday may be new to Irish shoppers, the old motto 'Caveat emptor', or buyer beware, still applies. Here are some things to bear in mind as you reach for your computer and credit card this week.

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