Many companies in Ireland are faced with a regular problem – after they have updated or used their IT equipment they have to find an environmentally friendly way of getting rid of the old stuff! Successful Cork company, Abtran, which currently employs in excess of 1,000 staff across multiple business sites, are ...
We're running a competition ending on the 29th July with a nifty prize, a dash of goodness and a snifter of bedivvilment, and need you to win the prize :-) The Nifty Prize: An Unlocked Apple iPhone 3GS 16GB The Dash of Goodness: For every entrant, we will give a donation to ...
Strategy and Achievement Award was presented to Barry Walsh, Green Your Goods.ie. gyg.ie allows individuals, fundraisers and businesses to earn the most money possible from used electronic gadgets. It was a great acknowledgement for us after over a year of hard thinking, and already has proven a great platform for us ...
Alright folks we'll keep this one short and to the point. Selling your used phone on gyg.ie is the right decision because: (1) We compare Envirofone.ie, Money4urmobile.ie, MobileCashMonster.ie (they are in fact the same company) & Fonebank.ie, saving time and assuring you get the most cash. (2) We can also give you ...
What Goods, and what are they doing?!!! To explain this line a little, you have to see what happens when you come to gyg.ie. When people come together, good things happen, and right now in Ireland, there are millions of gadgets sitting idle in kitchen drawers or worse, going to Irish landfills. ...
Happy Day After Thanksgiving People!!!
I think Black Friday should be moved to the day before Thanksgiving, so you can be thankful for that fact that you are still alive after that hectic day!!
For those of you who have no idea what Black Friday is not a holiday, but California and some other states observe “The Day After Thanksgiving” as a holiday for state government employees, sometimes in lieu of another federal holiday such as Columbus Day Many non-retail employees and schools have both Thanksgiving and the day after off, followed by a weekend, thereby increasing the number of potential shoppers. It has routinely been the busiest shopping day of the year since 2005, although news reports, which at that time were inaccurate, have described it as the busiest shopping day of the year for a much longer period of time.
In 2013, approximately 141 million U.S. consumers shopped during Black Friday, spending a total of $57.4 billion, with online sales reaching $1.2 billion.
For many years, it was common for retailers to open at 6:00 a.m., but in the late 2000s many had crept to 5:00 or even 4:00. This was taken to a new extreme in 2011, when several retailers (including Target, Kohl’s,Macy’s, Best Buy, ) opened at midnight for the first time. In 2012, walmart and several other retailers announced that they would open most of their stores at 8:00 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day (except in states where opening on Thanksgiving is prohibited due to blue lawa, such as Massachuetts where they still opened around midnight), prompting calls for a walkout among some workers. There have been reports of violence occurring between shoppers on Black Friday.
In Manchester police made three arrests after being called to 7 Tesco stores – one had to be closed after 36 minutes. Several major websites crashed under ‘huge demand’ with Currys, Argos, Tesco Direct and Boots having problems with a woman was injured by a falling TV at a Tesco store in Stretford, while a shop worker left the store with a black eye
People this is Madness!!!!!!!!!!
Happy Black Friday, you Mad Shoppers!
Please bear with us during the move as response times might be a little longer than usual!
Any orders on the system or items sent in will be tested and paid for but for the next week or two we may need to temporarily disable the order process to prevent new orders getting mixed up between locations!
But don’t worry, we’ll be back in full operation soon and paying people in Ireland the most money for their used mobile phones, iPods and more, and giving you bargains on the best used, and refurbished gadgets in the world!
Its a metamorphosis kinda! In the interest of making long things short….which you dont hear very oftern, we’ve officially changed our homepage from greenyourgoods.ie to gyg.ie.
But dont worry, we are still paying people in Ireland the most money for their used and unwanted mobile phones, iPods, DVDs, and more, and stilloffering Freepost labels and Free courier pickup and we are still selling items are great Bargains on our GreenedGoodies eBay Page
So, if you are looking for where do I sellmy mobile phone online in Ireland,(semantic searches are all the rage!), then come to www.gyg.ie and get paid cash for your Apple iPhone, Nokia Lumia, Samsung Galaxy or Sony Xperia – its great!