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07-01-2021, 20:50   #1801
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Anyone know the story with returns? I think it had been extended for Christmas returns to Jan 24th but now they're obviously closed.
Following Government guidance, from Friday 8 January 2021, our Republic of Ireland Argos stores will be temporarily closed until we are advised otherwise.

We have extended our returns policy. Any purchases made from 18 October 2020 can be returned up to 30 days from the re-opening of non-essential retail in your area.

https://www.argos.ie/static/ArgosPro...iteActive=true
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08-01-2021, 08:57   #1802
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Following Government guidance, from Friday 8 January 2021, our Republic of Ireland Argos stores will be temporarily closed until we are advised otherwise.

We have extended our returns policy. Any purchases made from 18 October 2020 can be returned up to 30 days from the re-opening of non-essential retail in your area.

https://www.argos.ie/static/ArgosPro...iteActive=true
Does anyone know for sure if they're already closed or closing this evening?
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08-01-2021, 11:31   #1803
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Does anyone know for sure if they're already closed or closing this evening?
From their website it looks like they’re closed.

Following Government guidance, our stores in the Republic of Ireland are temporarily closed.

https://www.argos.ie/static/ArgosPro...&mvt=HP1_main1
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Does anyone know for sure if they're already closed or closing this evening?
The store in Dun Laoghaire was closed this morning.
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08-01-2021, 15:40   #1805
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The store in Dun Laoghaire was closed this morning.
Liffey Valley was closed and shuttered at lunchtime.
Spent a nice half an hour in Halfords instead.
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Argos have new guidelines up.
https://www.argos.ie/static/ArgosPro...?mvt=HP1_main1

In line with government regulation, our Republic of Ireland Argos stores are open for Click & Collect of essential items only.

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https://www.argos.ie/static/ArgosPro...&mvt=HP1_main2
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Be nice to know what an 'essential' item is
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Be nice to know what an 'essential' item is
A PS4 controller seems be essential- and my 10 year old is relieved to have a new one this evening, his old one had stopped charging.........
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A PS4 controller seems be essential- and my 10 year old is relieved to have a new one this evening, his old one had stopped charging.........
None seem to be available to reserve now so maybe they had to remove after , I stand to be corrected tho
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Be nice to know what an 'essential' item is
So is a fire tablet- then again Harvey Norman are selling most stuff as normal, I noticed Currys had their gaming section cornered off on store - pretty much everything else was avaliable.
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I have my son doing homework on a fire tablet,you can access Microsoft teams on the PlayStation and xbox so they are kind of essential
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Argos open for collection of a reduced range of essential products Just got this email

In line with Government regulations, our stores are now open for the collection of a reduced range of essential products. These products must be ordered online at argos.ie and then paid for and collected in store. Please ensure you check our opening hours here before you travel.

The safety of our customers and colleagues is paramount. We have made the necessary changes to continue to trade safely whilst offering the best service to our customers. All customers will need to wear a face mask and use the hand sanitiser provided.

Our full range of products* is still available for home delivery, so for your safety and that of our colleagues, please ensure you use our home delivery service for all but emergency needs.

For larger, 2-man deliveries, our friendly drivers will contact you on the day to discuss delivering your order safely. If you're self-isolating, please let us know so we can rearrange your delivery date.

Delivery costs : €4.95 for small items and €24.95 for large items across the Republic of Ireland

P.s. I dont work for Argos

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Argos open for collection of a reduced range of essential products Just got this email

In line with Government regulations, our stores are now open for the collection of a reduced range of essential products. These products must be ordered online at argos.ie and then paid for and collected in store. Please ensure you check our opening hours here before you travel.

The safety of our customers and colleagues is paramount. We have made the necessary changes to continue to trade safely whilst offering the best service to our customers. All customers will need to wear a face mask and use the hand sanitiser provided.

Our full range of products* is still available for home delivery, so for your safety and that of our colleagues, please ensure you use our home delivery service for all but emergency needs.

For larger, 2-man deliveries, our friendly drivers will contact you on the day to discuss delivering your order safely. If you're self-isolating, please let us know so we can rearrange your delivery date.

Delivery costs : €4.95 for small items and €24.95 for large items across the Republic of Ireland

P.s. I dont work for Argos
Yes I got essential items the other day in argos...sd card and wifi extender!
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Ordering online means orders come from the UK and the delays that brings?

Luckily I have a store near by.
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Yes I got essential items the other day in argos...sd card and wifi extender!
I got a PS4 controller, a HDMI cable, a Wahl hair trimmer and a Bosch kettle.

Haven't actually come across anything that you can't buy (yet).
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