Shop Local Online this year – Shop & Support Irish

We have put together a list of local Ecommerce businesses that we have worked with that you can shop online while stuck at home this pandemic.

All offering Click and collect, delivery within a day.  We hope you can support some of these superlative businesses and remember shopping local online helps protects jobs and communities.

Let’s shop local and support Irish businesses this year.


Beauty Products


Electronics & Tech

  • Joyce’s Electrical Store ~ Irelands largest provider of electrical goods in the South East, Your online store for best prices for Large & Small Appliances, Tv & Tech.
  • CMS Ireland ~ Printers & Toners Online

Entertainment (Halloween & Christmas)

Food & Takeaway


  • All Occasions Hampers ~ the home of luxury Irish hampers, the finest Irish products to create hampers like no other.
  • Barkers Gift Store ~ is a treasure trove of the latest kitchen gadgets, gift ideas, cookware, crystal and home interiors
  • Beveledge Wood Crafts ~ a range of side tables, clocks, mirrors, lamps and more
  • Christening Elegance ~ for all your Irish Handmade Christening gowns, Dresses for Boys & Girls, from Bibs to Booties
  • Irelands Own ~ Irelands most well know irish magazine now online
  • Jackfords Spirits ~ Irish Potato Gin our unique gin delivers the earthy tones of the rich Wexford soil
  • John Rattigan Jewellers ~ all the latest jewellery and watch trends with beautiful classic diamond and gold jewellery.
  • Paula Malone Carty ~ Prints for sale, Digital Photography Courses  & Vouchers
  • Shane Tubrid Furniture ~ design and make bespoke and limited-edition luxury furniture
  • Silver Fox Hampers ~ take home a taste of the Silver Fox with our Silver Fox Food Company product range
  • Simone Walsh ~ Irish Prints online & original paintings, table mats, coasters and my new range of Greeting cards.
  • Taste Wexford ~ working closely with these local producers to develop the bespoke Christmas Taste Wexford Boxes
  • The Wood Turning Studio ~ handcrafted beautiful wooden pieces from locally sourced Irish timber

Hardware & construction

  • AMPM Safety ~ online Training courses for Safe Pass, Manual Handling, First Aid, Abrasive Wheels & Fire Safety Training, Wexford, SouthEast
  • Coatek ~ Ireland’s leading Glass Coating & Films Specialists in Solar / Anti-Glare Window Film
  • E – Auctions ~ Auctioneers of the re-sale of Industrial & Commercial Assets
  • Fire Products Direct ~ supplier of fire products, Fire Blankets, Fire Safety Signage, more
  • Firm Safety Products ~ Defibrillators & Resuscitation. Dressings & Wound Care. Empty Bags & Cases
  • Gasweld ~ supply Welding Consumables, Welding Machines and Engineering Equipment online
  • Haven Tools ~ Haven is your one-stop centre for all gardening, DIY and construction tool hire and sales
  • Heat Pumps ~ heating, solar & geo thermal
  • Shop Fit Direct ~ Shop Fittings · Slatwall Panels · Slatwall Inserts
  • TJ O’Mahonys ~ Ireland’s No1 Builders Merchant & DIY Store. Fast Online Delivery Available
  • Work Wear Centre ~ suppling head to toe protective clothing and equipment, chefswear, janitorial products and promotional wear

Health & Wellness

Home & Garden

  • Kenny Fuels Home Heating Oil ✓ Agri Diesel ✓ Fuel ✓ Gas Oil ✓ Kerosene ✓ Tanks ✓ Lubricants
  • Lily Bloom Florists ~ Flowers, Gift Bouquets & Arrangements for that Special Occasion.
  • Marquee Hire ~ Marquee & Furniture Hire Specialists
  • Mr Oil ~ 7 day delivery service, Buy Online for best price heating oil
  • Newline Oil ~ Suppling Home Heating Oil to all of County Wexford & Kilkenny
  • Number 10 Design ~ Interior Design Online Shop by Elaine Mackenzie-Smith
  • PK Tiles ~ specialising in Bathroom Furniture, Natural Stone, Bathroom Tiles, Floor Tiles, Kitchen Tiles, Mosaics Tiles, Wall Tiles, Laminate wood
  • Robinson Farms ~ Specialists in Hay and Haylage feeding champions all over the world


  • Trax Music Store ~ for all your Music Needs, Guitars, Music Books, Pianos, Musical Instruments, Drums, Sound & Lighting for sale.
  • Sue Furlong Music ~ Diverse treasure trail of original songs for children and choirs of all ages


  • Fortunes Pharmacy ~ full pharmacy service in addition to our online store delivering nationwide.
  • Grants Pharmacy ~ for all your medical needs based in Wexford, Gorey, Enniscorthy & Arklow
  • Rosslare Pharmacy ~ catering for the needs of newborns right through to our more senior customers.


  • DB Fitness Products ~ Sports equipment, Balms & Gels
  • Declan Barron Hurleys ~ Handcrafted Hurleys specialises in handcrafting every hurley to suit each player’s requests
  • Hunting & Fishing ~ Hunting Gun Fishing & Outdoor Adventure Shop
  • Maher Handmade Hurls ~ Paul Maher handmade hurls uses the finest quality timber to handcraft each hurl individually with the greatest skill and care
  • My Sport ~ Online Sports Shop, Running Shoes & Accessories & Sports Equipment
  • Overlanders ~ Motorcycle Transportation Specialists and Adventure Motorcycles Online Store
  • Pop Up Races ~ Irelands premier chip timing provider offering affordable chip timing and complete event management services for your race
  • The Bike Shop ~ the ultimate ‘One Stop Shop’ for anybody interested in cycle racing, mountain biking

Women’s Shoes & Clothing

  • Divine ~Womens Clothing Boutique
  • Si Jolie ~ Womens Boutique specialising in both day wear and occasion wear.
  • Shoes Direct ~ for those hard to find sizes, widths and styles! Pumps, Wedges, Casual Styles Outdoor/Hiking, Sandals, Slippers, Workwear Shoes Online.

Men’s Clothing

  • Corcorans Menswear ~an extensive collection of brands to choose from such as Gant, SeaBury, Barbour and more
  • Hores Stores ~ offer leading brands in menswear, jeans, shoes, sports, childrens and more.


  • Byrnes Online ~ Here you will find a wide range of LEGO sets and toys for kids of all ages! Free shipping in Ireland
  • Dublin City Comics (not one of ours customers, but they have a wide range of Comics, Gunpla, Statues, Action Figures
  • Johnny Magory ~ Childrens books, helps families reconnect with Ireland’s wonderfully unique wildlife and heritage.


And if you have some extra few euros, we have some excellent local Charites that would love your help this year.  Why not donate as little as €5 or buy something from their online shops

  • Friends of Wexford Hospital ~ ALL monies raised for Friends of Wexford General Hospital go directly to the charity
  • Hope Support Centre ~ was founded in 1999 by a group of people who were affected by cancer
  • Sensational Kids ~ Ireland’s only Child Development and Learning store run as a social enterprise.
  • Tracie Lawlor Trust ~ for Cystic Fibrosis was set up after the death of Tracie (24) by her family and friends
  • Wexford Hospice ~ need to provide a home based Palliative Care Service in County Wexford
  • Wexford Marine Watch ~ a voluntary organisation which provides Suicide Prevention Patrols along Wexford Quays, Estuary & Harbour
  • Wexford Rape Crisis ~ a service offering counselling to both men and women and young people aged 12 and over


And that’s it We hope you can support some of these superlative businesses and remember shopping local online helps protects jobs and communities, Share this page if you want to help.


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When you think of major holidays for eCommerce websites, you probably think of Christmas, Valentine’s Day, and Mother’s Day. Most people wouldn’t think of St. Patrick’s Day as a holiday people spend a lot of money on. However, according to the History Channel, more than $4.14 billion dollars are spent on St. Patrick’s Day in the U.S. alone. With some 80 million people around the world with Irish ancestry, this holiday is one online retailers simply can’t afford to ignore. Sure isn’t it great to be Irish.

But what can you do to make sure you don’t miss out on your pot of gold?

Here are a few tips for getting your eCommerce site (and customer base) in the St. Patrick’s Day spirit.

Be Creative

While millions of pints of Guinness are consumed between St. Patrick’s Day and the night that follows, it doesn’t mean you need to focus solely on a few aspects of the celebration to create a hit.  What would customers outside of Ireland like to buy, some authentic Irish item, novelty items, Irish Gift Hampers, Handmade Irish Goods etc etc. Advertise anything you can that works with the celebration, from fun hats and shirts, to gadgets

Think about how many people are going to be buying clothes, gadgets, and party favors to celebrate the night, before the celebration even begins. Use this as inspiration to bring people to your eCommerce site.

Green is Good, but Don’t Overdo it

What do you think of when you think of St. Patrick’s Day? For most, the color green comes to mind immediately. Of course every business out there is going to be going green in early March to show that they’re embracing the Irish. While adding green accents is certainly a good idea, don’t overdo it. Changing your website’s entire color scheme is probably a bit too much (I know we do it, but we are different ). Instead, add splashes of green here and there where it fits. Likewise, you don’t need leprechauns or pots of gold all over the place (Unless you are doing something really clever & Creative with them, like what we do, we convert all staff images into Leprechauns, and then use these as part of the marketing message).

Use Words and Numbers Related to Luck

Being lucky is associated with St. Patrick’s Day, so try to work that in somewhere. Luck is considered a positive attribute, and connecting that to your brand can help increase sales. Use the keyword “Lucky” for your discount code or work in the number seven, which is considered a lucky number. Offer seven percent off or put some products on sale for €7.  Four Leaf Clover, Buy three items get the Fourth for Free

Run a Sale

While people may not buy as many gifts on St. Patrick’s Day as they do for Christmas or Valentine’s Day, a sale is still going to bring in extra revenue. Have a weekend sale featuring anything related to St. Patrick’s Day. Remember to advertise that sale on all of your social media, too.

These are just a few ways you can increase your sales on St. Patrick’s Day.

Don’t be afraid to get creative and come up with unique ways of celebrating this holiday!

Some of our St Patrick’s Day Marketing we ran on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram, Don’t forget to follow us to see all our shenanigans