On Sun, Dec 18, 2005 at 06:49:33PM GMT, Colm Buckley
<colm at tuatha.org> incoherently babbled:
> On 18 Dec 2005, at 17:55, Timothy Murphy wrote:
>> >but where is the best place to buy an iPod in Dublin (for Christmas)?
>> Assuming you're too late to buy from the Apple Store online (which
> would otherwise be pretty much always the best way to get Apple kit),
> some O2 shops carry Apple stuff, as do Dixons and most consumer
> electronics shops. Stock is likely to be tight, however.
The Apple Store  may still be a good bet, if you're *really* quick.
They do technically say order by the 17th here  though. Buying an
iPod on O2 may be possible, but be prepared to pay extra. I've seen over
100 euro markup in some places compared to the Apple Store...
It appears Apple were clever enough to stick a ton of stock in the UK
and are using UPS to ship stuff quickly.
/me goes off to check the UPS site again...
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