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10-01-2021, 16:22   #1
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Sites paying Irish VAT - no extra charges - No discussion.

Please put sites that are taking care of the Irish VAT here please, so we can keep them all in one place.

Amazon, once it is sold by and fulfilled by Amazon, over €22ish
Amazon, once under €22ish, no VAT which is fine. No Irish VAT, no charges.
Boohoo https://ie.boohoo.com/customer-servi...-folder-brexit
Apple.com/ie

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11-01-2021, 15:32   #2
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Sports Direct Ireland.
Long story short even though the company is registered in the UK the invoice shows Vat number: IE3415318BH

So sports direct Ireland will charge you Irish vat and it should be business as usual post brexit
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This will only affect a small number of people but I ordered pyjamas from scratchsleeves.co.uk for the baby and the packages arrived today. They were correctly labelled as baby clothes and neither UK or Irish VAT was charged.
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The White Company (who have a store in Dublin and Kildare) are covering and if you do get asked to pay, pay it and send the receipts in for a refund.

https://www.thewhitecompany.com/row/...it-information
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Been looking into getting a new Laptop and I see that PC Specialist (UK based) are still shipping here with Irish VAT taken care of.
https://www.pcspecialist.ie/
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Norman records, https://www.normanrecords.com/
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https://budgysmuggleruk.com

Was suprised TBH as they use DHL, parcel arrived within 24 hours from London which is normal for them.

A few more from https://www.98fm.com/news/here-are-the-websites-that-wont-be-charging-taxes-post-brexit-1137752

Clothing

Boohoo
NastyGalMissguided
Pretty Little Thing
Bershka
Stradivarius
Pull & Bear
H&M
ASOS
Zara
River Island
Zalando
New Look
Superdry
M&S
Next
Littlewoods

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Nike
Gymshark
Sweaty Betty
JD Sports
My Protein
Lifestyle Sports
Adidas
Puma

Beauty

Beauty Bay
FeelUnique
CultBeauty
Boots
LookFantastic* (some products will be shipped from the UK and will incur a charge)

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I wouldn't be certain about M&S Ireland. Yes they charge Irish VAt but the website says that any customs duty will have to be paid on delivery. I saw them say the same to a query on Twitter too.
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Ordered from M&S Ireland this week - customs declaration on package, Irish vat charged on order nothing extra to pay
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Dyson.ie for parts anyway. Ship from Dublin
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Wiggle on wiggle.co.uk.
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Wiggle on wiggle.co.uk.
Did you order anything over €150 ? Any customs duty ?
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