What is Poundland and dealz?

Dealz is a wholly owned subsidiary of the UK retailer Poundland, and ultimately owned by Steinhoff International, listed in Germany and South Africa.

What company owns Poundland?

From opening our first store in 2011, Dealz, Ireland’s favourite discount retailer has built a network of more than 60 stores across Ireland, offering customers a wide selection of over 1,000 well-known top brands and established own label products.

Where is dealz store from?

Dealz opened its first stores in Blanchardstown and Portlaoise in Ireland in 2011, the test market for future European growth. Now with 66 stores nationwide in Ireland, Dealz will look to open a further 10 Irish stores in 2020 with an investment of €10m and creation of over 250 Irish jobs.

Why is Poundland so cheap?

Pound shops use a number of methods to keep things cheap: They buy in bulk from China from exporters which specialise in cheap jewellery, hair accessories and a thousand other things. They buy products coming to the end of their shelf life. They buy stock from bankrupt firms.

Is there Dealz UK?

A new member of the Poundland family

Dealz’s retailing concept is simple. We offer a wide range of products, including many well-known international brands, and local Irish brands for €1.50. In addition there are a number of special promotions at key price points such as €1 and 2 for €1.50.

How many Poundlands are there in the UK?

A new member of the Poundland family

Dealz’s retailing concept is simple. We offer a wide range of products, including many well-known international brands, and local Irish brands for €1.50. In addition there are a number of special promotions at key price points such as €1 and 2 for €1.50.

When did dealz come to Ireland?

The first 2 stores were opened in Blanchardstown and Portlaoise in September 2011. The competitively priced, breadth and depth of range, top brands, as well as local Irish products have been extremely well received by customers.

Is Pepco a dealz?

Pepco Group currently operates about 3,400 stores for PEPCO, Dealz and Poundland, which also trades as Dealz in the Republic of Ireland, in 16 countries.

Is Poundland changing its name?

Rising inflation is forcing Poundland to change its name to £2 Land, we can confirm. With the cost of goods going up and supply chain difficulties thanks to COVID and Brexit, bosses say they have no choice but to level up the names of their hundreds of outlets.

What happened to Poundland?

The budget chain is closing its shop.poundland.co.uk website on May 27, with thousands of its products moving to Poundshop.com instead. Poundland launched its first online shop in June 2021 as part of a home delivery trial.

What does Poundland mean in American slang?

The popular British discount store has caused fits of laughter on social media after an US author shared her horror at a photo of it in a retail park. According to Margaret Owen, Poundland has an equivalent over the pond but unlike the American shop it can be interpreted as slang for a kingdom dedicated to sex.

How many stores does Mr Price have in Ireland?

It’s little wonder we need more shops. We currently have 60 stores and need more to fulfill our exciting growth strategy.

Where do Poundland get their stuff from?

Of its 700 suppliers, two-thirds are UK-based, the others spanning the world, from China to Israel to the Netherlands, all vying to offer Poundland the best deal from goods ranging from party poppers, Halloween masks, flower bulbs, gift wrap, plastic plates and beakers. The reading glasses come from China.

How do pound shops make money?

How do pound chains make their profit? The pound chains make their money by buying huge quantities extremely cheaply. They then sell them at low prices. Each sale results in profit of just a few pennies – maybe 30 pence per pound.


  1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dealz
  2. https://www.dealz.ie/about-us/our-values/
  3. https://www.pepcogroup.eu/media-and-news-2/born-ireland-dealz-passes-100-store-mark-popularity-now-extends-spain-and-poland/
  4. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/newsbeat-31171012
  5. https://www.poundland.co.uk/great-ideas/corporate-information/dealz/
  6. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poundland
  7. https://www.dealz.ie/about-us/our-history/
  8. https://www.pepcogroup.eu/media-and-news-2/pepco-group-announces-100th-dealz-store-poland-and-150th-store-mainland-europe/
  9. https://www.suffolkgazette.com/rising-inflation-forces-poundland-rebrand-to-2-land/
  10. https://www.mirror.co.uk/money/poundland-shuts-down-website-unveils-27007444
  11. https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/americans-appalled-discover-poundland-say-26251658
  12. https://www.mrprice.ie/about-us/
  13. https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/bills/article-1705321/Revealed-Poundlands-secret-to-success.html
  14. https://www.wholesaleclearance.co.uk/blog/in-for-a-penny-in-for-a-pound-the-rise-and-rise-of-the-pound-shop/

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