Irish left divided after Halloween decorations spotted in Dunnes stores


The IRISH have been divided after Halloween decorations were spotted in Dunnes stores this week.

Spooky sections have started popping up in stores across the country, signaling the end of the summer season for many shoppers.


Irish shoppers are divided over whether or not it’s too early for Halloween items to go on sale
Halloween sections have popped up at Dunnes Stores across the country


Halloween sections have popped up at Dunnes Stores across the country

Videos showing the screens have popped up on TikTok.

The majority of users are against the idea of ​​selling Halloween-themed items so early in the year, while a small number have welcomed it, excited for the upcoming season.

A TikTok user, @emmalouhomealerted his followers to the spooky new arrivals, saying, “Autumn/Halloween bits in Dunnes already!!!”

another user, @mammacitta posted a similar video and said, “Guys oh my god Dunnes stores already have their Halloween range in store my heart feels so happy right now Merry Christmas put away those bathing suits.”

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But many viewers thought it was way too soon.

One person commented, “Christmas stuff next week.”

While other viewers were thrilled to watch the gruesome festival unfold.

One person commented, “Love it.”

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Someone else wrote: “OMG YES.”


The news comes as Brown Thomas opened its Christmas shop earlier this week, 127 days before Christmas.

This year, the Christmas Boutique will offer a selection of artificial Christmas trees made from cuttings of tree branches found in nature.

Brown Thomas considers their “true to life” trees to be some of the “most realistic trees” on the market.


Brown Thomas Ireland has unveiled an “unmatched” mix of festive offerings, including “striking” decorative items.

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A spokesperson said: “This year the Christmas Shop is offering a selection of ‘true to life’ trees, a collection of artificial Christmas trees developed with real tree branch cuttings found in the wild. , making them some of the most realistic trees on the market.

“The Christmas shop will also carry a range of winter-themed wreaths and garlands to complement the selection of trees from brands such as Paper Daisy, an Irish company based in Cork offering dried flower wreaths and kits. of DIY wreath making for the whole family to make at home.


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