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Looking for top quality designer fashion at affordable prices?  Look no further.  Northern Ireland is home to two of the largest factory outlet megastores throughout all of Ireland. With up to a massive 70% off designer goods and fashion you can shop 'til you drop without worrying about those pennies!  

Belfast has introduced Ireland's very first IKEA superstore featuring a complete range of well designed, functional home furnishing products, readily available at affordable prices.

 

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Junction One International Outlet Centre, Antrim

Based on the long established transatlantic concept of international outlet centres, Junction One offers surpluses, overruns, samples and previous season’s stock providing the ideal opportunity to buy famous brands at genuine savings on ...

The Quays Shopping Centre, Newry

The Quays Shopping Centre is a major retail and leisure development situated in the heart of Newry, County Down. The complex overlooks the canal in the historic Albert Basin area of the City.

IKEA Belfast, Belfast

IKEA offers a wide range of well-designed, functional home furnishing products at prices so low that as many people as possible will be able to afford them.

Flagship Shopping Centre, Bangor

Flagship Centre, Bangor, is situated at the bottom of Main St in Bangor. With over 30 great stores waiting for you to browse around including Dunnes Stores, Argos, Co-Op, Mark-One, Shop Electric.

Buttercrane Shopping Centre, Newry

Occupying a prominent city centre location, alongside the historic Newry Canal, Buttercrane Centre provides some 269,000 ft 2 of retail space which accommodates most major high street retail brands.

Austins Department Store, Londonderry/Derry

Austins department store, a treasured landmark in the centre of Derry. Austins predates Jenners of Edinburgh by 5 years, Harrods of London by 15 years and Macys of New York by 25 years!

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