Who we are

We are Arnotts (a trading entity of Brown Thomas Arnotts Ltd, which is part of the wider Selfridges Group of companies. This Data Protection Notice relates to the Data Protection practices of Arnotts and the services offered by us in-store and online.

Concessions and Brands in our stores

We work with a range of brands in our stores. Our data protection policies apply only to personal information obtained by us, not information you share with brands directly through your interactions with them. However, we work closely with brands in our stores to try to ensure appropriate standards are applied consistently.

Who do we process data about?

We process different personal data about you depending on your relationship with us and the context in which we obtain the data. The main categories of person who we process data about are listed below.

Category of Data Subject

  • Store Visitor (physical store)
  • Store Visitor (online)
  • Customer (physical store)
  • Customer (online)
  • Staff Member
  • Contractors/Suppliers

What we use personal data for

We use personal data of customers, staff, and others for the purposes of selling and serving customers, employing and managing staff (and contractors), and operating and controlling the business (including security controls and regulatory obligations).

We process customer information through your interactions with us in-store or online. This can include purchasing online or over the phone, when you sign up for a loyalty card, or register for an event or promotion in store. It would also include where you avail of alterations services, make enquiries about product or service availability, have an after-sales service query, or avail of personal shopper services, concierge parking services, or sign up for the Brown Thomas credit card.

We also process personal data for the purposes of marketing to customers by post, email, or SMS depending on your preferences. Information about your interactions with our websites and apps is also processed to help us improve our services and identify and remedy any problems customers might have interacting with us online.

We process personal information of employees and contractors working on our behalf for the purposes of their employment and to manage and meet our legal obligations as an employer.

Personal information of customers and staff is processed for the purposes of operating and controlling the business. This includes the operation of CCTV, accident report books, and other business controls relating to security and health and safety in our stores, capturing and disclosing customer or staff information to regulatory bodies or law enforcement in order to meet our legal obligations. We also retain logs of interactions on our website for the purposes of security and maintenance of our websites Logs of how devices connected to our in-store wifi are also used for maintenance and security purposes.

For more information on how we use personal data and the categories of personal data that we use for each purpose, please click here.

Who we share data with (and why)

We make use of third-party services to process data and to deliver services to customers in line with this privacy statement. Third parties acting on our behalf are data processors acting under an appropriate contract.

We may also offer services in collaboration with other organisations such as Concessions and Brands operating within our stores or who are involved in fulfilling orders placed through our online stores. These parties may be involved in the delivery of goods or services to you but it may be necessary for us to give them information about you for that purpose. You will be informed about this when you use such a service.

Certain features of our online stores or apps, such as social media like or sharing buttons and technology-enabling iframes may result in personal data being shared with third parties for their own purposes via cookies or other mechanisms. This is a feature of how these types of service operate and we are not responsible for the uses that these third parties may have for data obtained in this way.

We will also share data with third parties if you give us permission, or if it is required by law, or if we are required to do so as a result of a court order or if we deem it necessary to do so for the protection of our interests or for defence against a legal claim, or if it is necessary to do so to ensure the safety and security of our physical or on-line stores.

For more information about the categories of 3rd party with whom we share personal data, please click here.

3rd Party Payment Services

Klarna Data Sharing for Purchase Processing
To process your purchase using Klarna Bank AB (publ) (“Klarna”) payment services, we will securely share some of your personal information with Klarna. This information may include your contact details, billing and delivery information, and transaction data. We will also share details about your purchase history with Klarna, including the number and total amount of your paid purchases, the date of your first and last purchases, and your account registration and last modification dates. This data sharing is necessary to fulfil your purchase agreement and perform a credit check (where applicable). Important to Note: Once your information is shared with Klarna, they become the independent data controller of that information. This means Klarna will determine how your information is used and protected, in accordance with their own privacy policy which you can find here: www.klarna.com/ie/privacy

International Transfers

We make use of the services of third parties, including other members of the Selfridges Group of Companies, to process personal data. These parties may be located outside the EU/EEA, or may make use of servers located outside the EU/EEA for these purposes. The level of data protection rights can vary in countries outside the EU/EEA.

When we transfer personal data outside the EU/EEA we rely on either Standard Contractual Clauses, Privacy Shield, , (or it’s designated replacement), or an existing approved “Safe Country” designation from the European Commission.

How we keep your data safe

We use appropriate organisational and technical measures to protect your data from unauthorised access or disclosure. Personal data is stored in locations that have both physical and technical access controls, and appropriate physical and technical access controls are in place in our stores and offices. Access to personal data is related to staff job roles and staff receive training and guidance on how to handle personal data.

How long do we keep your data?

We keep your personal information in line with our company retention policy and as required to comply with any legislation. We only retain information for as long as it is required.

Cookies and Third Party Websites or Services/Use of Cookie Technology

We make use of cookies and other similar technologies to let us know whether you have or have not seen a particular web page or email. Certain features of our website and apps require cookies or similar technologies to allow the site to function. In other cases, you can choose to opt-out of these technologies being used, by choosing which types of cookies you wish to be active for your visit to our site. Please note that some features may not be available should you decline certain cookie categories.

Certain content on our site may link to 3rd party websites, depending on the cookie preferences selected. We have no control over the privacy policies or practices of 3rd party sites.

To find out more about our use of Cookies and similar technologies or to change your preferences, click here

Privacy & Cookie Policy

We have developed this privacy statement because we want you to feel confident about the privacy and security of your personal details when you visit or use the Arnotts.ie website. We respect your right to privacy. We treat as confidential all of the personal information you give to us. By using the Arnotts website or by registering as a user of any services provided by Arnotts, you agree to our use of your data as set out below. Arnotts is registered with the Data Protection Commissioner as a Data Controller and all handling and processing of your personal data is strictly in accordance with the data protection principles contained in the Data Protection Acts 1988 – 2018. The Arnotts servers are located in a secure facility and any access to your personal data is strictly controlled and limited only to persons who are authorised and have appropriate security clearance to access the servers. Saved payment card details are transmitted by Arnotts in an encrypted form to provide extra security for your online transactions. They are only shared with our payment partner and not with any other third parties and are only used to process your order, using our payment partner.

The software we use, which is called “Adyen 3DS2 SDK” conforms to a security specification known as “EMVCo”. This industry standard software will allow the collection of device fingerprinting without you having to take any action. When you use your device or phone while shopping online, the software will automatically collect the required device fingerprint automatically in order to enhance the security offered by way of allowing a risk based assessment to take place. The software will then encrypt and secure the information collected as part of the operation of the software. As the information is fully encrypted, neither Adyen nor any other party can access or view the contents of your information and information collected is only used as part of the automated system process to protect you while online or making a purchase.


The Data Protection obligations for both Arnotts and Brown Thomas are managed by our group level Data Protection Officer. They can be contacted:

  • By Post:

Data Protection Officer,
Brown Thomas
92 Grafton Street
Dublin 2

How we collect and use personal information

We collect and use information about people in various ways. The information we collect and use depends on the type of relationship we have with you as a person.

We collect and use information about customers for a number of high level purposes. We collect this information from you when you interact with us either online through our websites or our apps, by phone, or in-store.
This information is processed either with your consent, or on the basis that it is necessary to conclude a contract you’ve entered into with us (for example, to deliver a product to you if you’ve ordered online or it is a large item), or on the basis that it is in our legitimate interests to process this information (for example, it is in our legitimate interests to operate CCTV and to conduct postal marketing). We are also required to keep certain information by law (e.g. Accident reports).

Customer Enquiries
If you make an enquiry about a product or service in one of our stores we need to have certain information about you to follow up on your enquiry and resolve it including, customer name, customer address, contact phone number, email address, details of the customer query.

Customer Sales and Orders
If you buy something from us, either online, by phone, or in person we need to process information about you including, customer name, customer address, contact phone number, email address, details of the items purchased, details of payment method, loyalty card reference and package tracking reference
 In particular, if we are delivering goods to you, we need to have an address to send them to and we may need further information to schedule delivery for larger items.
If you swipe your loyalty card when making a purchase or have it linked to your on-line account, your purchases will be used to award you loyalty points and to help us better understand your needs as a customer.

Customer Service
If you contact our customer service department, or leave items in for repair with our customer service teams, we will process information about you including customer name, customer address, contact phone number, email address, details of customer query or repair to ensure we manage your query or repair as efficiently as possible.

Customer Loyalty Cards
If you register for a loyalty card will process your information including customer name, email address, postal address, contact telephone number, date of birth (optional – for triple loyalty point awards when shopping on your birthday), Customer contact preferences (how you want to be contacted), in order to

    • Send you emails or other communications about products or events in our stores which may be of interest to you
    • Record information about your purchases so we can better identify products or services you might be interested in in the future
    • Provide rewards to customers based on your purchase patterns and value

Credit Finance
In some departments of our stores customers can apply for credit finance for purchases. This service is provided by a third party finance company. Brown Thomas and Arnotts act as Data Processors on behalf of the finance company to capture customer details including, customer Name, customer Address, contact telephone number, date of birth, employment status and employer Income details, but your relationship will be directly with the finance company.

Arnotts Store Card
Arnotts offers a store credit card that can only be used in Arnotts for purchases. Certain customer information including customer name, customer address, contact telephone number, date of birth, employment status, employer income details and transaction history is processed to issue these cards and a record of purchase history is kept for amounts which remain unpaid.

Customer Surveys
From time to time we send out surveys to our customers to help us better understand your needs and interests and we capture customer details such as customer name, customer address, email address. Information relating to the specific survey will vary.

Customer Competitions
We process customer information including customer name, customer address and email address to run customer competitions. These competitions may be linked to customer surveys.
Competitions will be subject to the specific terms and conditions of each competition but these terms will include a right to publish the winner’s name and region.

Customer Appointments
To enhance our customer services, appointments are created by customers and fulfilled in our store. This appointment booking system is provided by a third-party company.

  • Customer name
  • Customer email
  • Customer telephone number
  • Medical or health-related conditions including allergies
  • Employee Name
  • Employee Phone Number
  • Employee email
  • Employee number

Advertising and Promotions for Ourselves, the Group, or Third parties
Subject to your communications preferences, we will contact you from time to time with promotions and advertising for products, services, or events.
You can opt-out of receiving communications or change your preferences via your Brown Thomas Online Account or your Arnotts Online account. Opting out means you may miss out on promotions or discounts that will be of interest to you.
We track the open rates and responsiveness rates on our email campaigns.
When you visit our websites we write a variety of cookies relating to the functions of the site and also to track how you interact with the site so we can identify opportunities to improve its usefulness to you.
For more information on Cookies we use, see the “Cookies” section.

Health and Safety and Security
Information about customers will be processed when necessary for the purposes of complying with Health and Safety legislation or for the purposes of protecting the safety and security of our stores, our staff, and other customers and store visitors. This will include, but is not limited to, payment card verification processes and the use of CCTV, customer name, customer contact information (email, postal address or telephone), details of incidents in store, point of sale transaction information and other information as needed for the purpose of Health and Safety and security functions or investigations.

When you visit our stores (whether online or in person) we process certain information about you whether or not you make a purchase or have logged in as a customer in our online stores.

Health and Safety and Security – Physical Stores
When you visit one of our physical stores we will process information about you via our CCTV systems which monitor all activity in our stores for security and safety purposes. If you are unfortunate enough to have an accident in one of our stores we will keep details of the accident report as required by law.

Statistical reporting – Online stores and smartphone apps
We use a variety of technologies including cookies (small files written to your device) to help us.

Online security
Our sites operate under HTTPS by default so all interactions between your browser and our site are secure.  We process log files, cookies, and other information about who is accessing our site for security purposes and to assist in the detection and investigation of any security breaches on our site.

We process data relating to staff members and personnel from suppliers and partner brands and concessions for a variety of purposes including:

  • Where required for contractual purposes such as processing payroll
  • For security and health and safety purposes
  • For other regulatory purposes, such as keeping records of staff training

Some of the products and services sold in our stores are offered to you by the brands in question through concessions. We work with our concession partners to help ensure their data protection practices align with the standards we set for our own staff but customers should check.

How long we keep your information for

We keep personal data for a variety of purposes and for a variety of retention periods. The general guidelines for how long we retain data are based on a clear assessment of what is necessary and proportionate in our business, with particular reference to statutory obligations that apply to our business.

Where there is no statutory period defined for keeping data, we will apply retention periods based on relevant industry standards or based on an internal assessment of a retention period that balances our ability to serve customers with our obligation to not retain identifiable data for longer than we need to.

Sharing and Disclosure of Data

We share and disclose personal data under a variety of contexts.

Some products online allow for personalisation via the use of a third party iframe. All orders placed in relation to Super Socks products are fulfilled via Super Socks platform, which is located in the UK. By uploading your image(s) for the personalisation of your order, you accept that your personal data will be processed in the UK. By uploading a photograph for personalisation, you agree and accept that any photograph shared shall only be used for the purposes of printing your personalised item by a member of our staff. By submitting an Image for personalisation by Super Socks, you are granting Super Socks permission, on a non-exclusive, royalty-free and irrevocable licence, amend, print and distribute the Image, for the sole purpose of personalising your Socks, based on your order. All images must meet and be in compliance with our the terms and conditions, which may be amended by us from time to time. Read our T&Cs.

Our websites feature social media sharing links to let you share content on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. These links may write cookies, (depending on the preferences you select), that will let these services know what pages you visit on our site and can result in personal data about you being shared with these other platforms if you are logged in to them when visiting our site.

Statistical reporting – Online stores and smartphone apps
We use a variety of technologies including cookies (small files written to your device) to help us. They may write cookies, (depending on the preferences you select)

Online security
Our sites operate under HTTPS by default so all interactions between your browser and our site are secure.  We process log files, cookies, and other information about who is accessing our site for security purposes and to assist in the detection and investigation of any security breaches on our site.

We share data with other Group companies including Selfridges in the UK and Selfridges in Canada. In the vast majority of instances this data is aggregated data for reporting purposes but from time to time data that may identify an individual or individuals could be shared.

From time to time we will use third party services that are hosted outside the EU or EEA for the purposes of executing business functions. We apply strict protocols to the selection of such suppliers and ensure that any processing is carried out on the basis of either:

  1. Transfer to a Safe Country (e.g. Canada)
  2. EU/US Privacy Shield
  3. Standard Contractual Clauses

We keep service providers who are based outside the EU/EEA under review to ensure valid legal grounds exist to continue using them.

Transfers of Data outside the EU/EEA

We transfer data outside the EU/EEA for a variety of reasons. Whenever possible we seek to work with partners, suppliers, and service providers in the EU/EEA but this is not always an option.

As identified previously, we transfer data to other companies in the Selfridges Group. These transfers are undertaken on the basis of:

  1. Transfer to a Safe Country (Canada)
  2. Transfer on the basis of Standard Contractual Clauses

Data is always transferred in a secure manner, with the specific methods of transfer depending on the nature of the processing. Whenever possible we try to anonymise, pseudonymise, or aggregate data rather than transferring identifiable personal information.

From time to time we will use third party services that are hosted outside the EU or EEA for the purposes of executing business functions. We apply strict protocols to the selection of such suppliers and ensure that any processing is carried out on the basis of either:

  1. Transfer to a Safe Country (e.g. Canada)
  2. EU/US Privacy Shield
  3. Standard Contractual Clauses

We keep service providers who are based outside the EU/EEA under review to ensure valid legal grounds exist to continue using them.

Your Rights

You have a number of rights under the GDPR and the Data Protection 2018.

You have a number of rights under the GDPR and the Data Protection 2018.

  1. Right of Access – you have a right to request a copy of data we hold about you.
  2. Right of Rectification – You can request that we correct any errors in the information we hold about you
  3. Right of Erasure – You have a right to request we delete information we hold about you in certain circumstances. This is not an absolute right, but deleting data about you may result in you not being able to avail of services such as warranties.
  4. Right to Object to Processing – You have a right to object to processing, particularly processing for the purposes of Direct Marketing. This is not an absolute right as we may have an over-riding requirement to continue processing your data. If we do opt you out of processing we might not be able to let you know about special offers or sales and it might have other implications depending on the specific processing you object to.
  5. Right to Restrict Processing – You have a right to ask us not to process your data for a period of time for a particular reason, for example if you have queried the accuracy of data we hold about you. Again, this is not an absolute right and it only applies in certain circumstances.
  6. Right to Data Portability – You have the right to ask us to transfer data we hold about you in a structured form and process using automated means to another company. This only applies if the basis of the processing is consent or contract.
  7. Right not to be subject to Automated Decision Making – You have a right not to be subject to automated decision making that has a legal or equivalent effect unless that processing is necessary for entering into or performing a contract, is required by law, or is conducted with your explicit consent. An example of such processing would include in-store credit checking.
  8. You have a right to compensation through the Courts in the event your data privacy rights under legislation are not upheld.
To avail of any of these rights, you should contact the Data Protection Officer in writing at the contact details below. There is no fee for availing of these rights, but we reserve the right to charge a reasonable administrative fee for repeat requests for the same information
  • By Post:

Data Protection Officer,
Brown Thomas
92 Grafton Street
Dublin 2

Customers in the UK

As the United Kingdom is no longer a member of the European Union, our Nominated Representative in the UK for both the Brown Thomas and Arnotts brands will be:
Selfridges & Co
400 Oxford Street
United Kingdom

The Data Protection Commissioner can be contacted using the email address and phone numbers provided at this website: https://www.dataprotection.ie/docs/Contact-us/b/11.htm


We operate a strict opt-in policy for our customers. We will not send you any information unless you have requested it, or unless someone, who we will identify, has requested that we pass that information on to you. You may opt to receive communications from us by any of the following methods: email; telephone (including automated calls); SMS text message and other electronic messages such as picture messaging; post; fax or otherwise including products and services of other companies and organisations, which we consider may be of interest to you. You will be asked to opt-in if you wish to receive these. If you wish to be removed from our list (opt-out), at any time, you can do so by clicking on the link at the bottom of each email communication you receive from us.

The Arnotts website creates a "cookie" when you first register online. A cookie is a piece of information, like a tag, which some websites create against your profile. Our cookie will store some basic information, which helps us to identify if you have visited the site before. This will allow us provide you with personalised content or present you with product and service information based on your previous behaviour on the site.

How to disable cookies:

If you do not want a cookie to be created on your PC, your web browser will let you disable cookies or you can use a 3rd party browser plugin.

Please bear in mind that some personalised services on Arnotts.ie websites, may not be available if you choose to disable cookies. You can find out more about cookies on www.cookiecentral.com.

From time to time, we may engage third party business partners to provide information about you or to collect personal information on our behalf. We may also share or match your data with third party business partners to provide you with the products, services or information you ask for or for interest-based advertising. We may pass your information onto one or more of the following organisations: (i) data processing companies, mailing houses and other third party suppliers working on our behalf; (ii) ad-serving agencies and other advertising intermediaries; (v) regulatory bodies, government and enforcement agencies, such as An Garda Síochána.

Every now and again, we receive requests for information from government departments, the police and other enforcement agencies. If this happens, and there is a proper legal basis for providing your personal information, we will provide it to the organisation asking for it.

We collate information about site traffic, sales and other commercial information which we may pass onto third parties, but this information does not include any details which can identify you personally.

When we use your information as described in this policy, this may involve sending your information outside the European Economic Area (EEA). When we do this, we make sure that appropriate steps are taken to protect your personal information and your rights. By providing us with your personal information, you agree that we may transfer, store and process your information outside the EEA. Countries we may transfer data to include Canada, which is recognised by the EU Commission as a "Safe country" for data transfers. Transfers to other jurisdictions are conducted under appropriate safeguards such as Standard Contract Clauses or other adequacy frameworks, and are kept under regular review."

You have the right to see information we hold about you, with some exceptions which are described in the privacy laws. You have the right to request us to correct any inaccurate information. If you would like a copy of your personal information, please contact our Data Protection Officer at dataprotectionofficer@arnotts.ie.

If for any reason you are concerned that the personal information we hold is not correct, please visit our online services and, after logging into the site using the "Sign In" menu on the home page, your personal information will be made available for review and change in the "My Account" section. Information may be changed online within “Account Details”, “Edit Communications Options” and “Preferences”. If you change your billing or shipping address while your order is still being processed, the order will be re-processed through security validation checks.

We may update this privacy policy from time to time so you should check this policy each time you give us personal information or use our website.

If at any point you no longer wish for us to hold your personal information, or you do not wish to receive information from us, you can unsubscribe using the following methods:

You can click the "unsubscribe" link in any communication that you receive from us via email. This will automatically unsubscribe you from that type of communication. Please note that you may continue to receive communications which are already on route to you for a short period of time while your relevant unsubscribe request is being processed.

Alternatively, you can contact our Online Customer Service team at onlinecustomerservice@arnotts.ie or call +353 1 903 8215.


A cookie is a small amount of data that is sent to your browser from a website’s computer and stored on your computer’s hard drive. On the Arnotts website we use cookies to understand site usage, to improve the content and keep track of what you have put in your Shopping Bag.

In order to be able to purchase products on Arnotts website, you will need to have cookies enabled. You will still be able to browse our site if you disable cookies but certain features, including purchasing products, will not be available. Most web browsers have cookies enabled, but to check your cookie settings, check ‘Managing cookies.’

We work with several marketing agents who may also set cookies during your visit to be used for remarketing purposes. This means that once you have left our website, you may see adverts promoting products similar to what you viewed on Arnotts website. If you’d like to opt out of this type of remarketing, please go to the Network Advertising Initiative website.

For the full Arnotts website experience, to be able to purchase online and to make full use of personalised features, your computer or mobile phone will need to accept cookies. We use the information from cookies to improve your customer experience and offer you products we think you will like.

Our cookies don’t store sensitive information such as your name, address or payment details but they allow us to access this information once you have signed in to your account. If you’d prefer to restrict or delete cookies from Arnotts website, you can use your browser to do this. Simply check the ‘Help’ menu of your particular browser to learn how to change your cookie preferences.

To get the most out of your experience on the Arnotts website cookies should be enabled. Most web browsers are automatically set to accept cookies with the standard installation settings. If cookies are not set to work on your browser the result could mean the performance of this website will be affected and will also restrict your usage of this website which may mean you are unable to purchase items from us.

It is possible to check to see if cookies are enabled specifically for PCs by doing the following for each browser type;

Microsoft Internet Explorer versions 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0

Click on 'Tools' at the top of your browser window (use the cog icon in IE 9.0) and select 'Internet options'.

Click on the 'Privacy' tab

Under the Settings section check the level is set to Medium or below, which will enable cookies in your browser

Settings above Medium will disable cookies and could cause the site to function not as we would expect.

Google Chrome

Click on 'Tools' at the top of your browser window and select Options

Click the 'Under the Hood' tab, locate the 'Privacy' section, and select the 'Content settings' button

Now select 'Allow local data to be set'

Mozilla Firefox

Click on 'Tools' at the top of your browser window and select Options

Then select the Privacy icon

Click on Cookies, then select 'allow sites to set cookies'


Click on the Cog icon at the top of your browser window and select the 'Preferences' option

Click on 'Security', check the option that says 'Block third-party and advertising cookies'

Click 'Save'

If you are using another browser on a smart phone, iPhone, tablet or Mac please look at your device to check your cookie settings.

We know you love to share the great content we have on the Arnotts website. Please be aware that social networking sites, like Facebook and Twitter, might send cookies. We don’t control the setting of these cookies, so we suggest you check the third-party websites for more information about their cookies and how to manage them.

Sometimes, if you go to a web page that contains embedded content, for example from YouTube, you may be sent cookies from these websites. We don’t control the setting of these cookies, so we suggest you check the third party websites for more information about their cookies and how to manage them.

Banner advertising appears on websites that we are affiliated with. We use the information we have learned from cookies to tailor this advertising to things we think you will like, based on your browsing history on the Arnotts website. The data contained by these cookies doesn’t contain any personal information.

We work with Qudini a carefully selected third party to process your booking who uses cookies to track use of its booking interface. Their service is embedded on https://bookings.arnotts.ie and we do not control their cookies. Qudini use the following cookies to deliver the Appointment booking journey.

Strictly necessary cookies. These cookies are essential as they enable a user to move around a Booking Interface and use its features, such as accessing secure areas. Without these cookies, such as access to secure areas cannot be provided. These cannot be restricted or blocked.

Analytical/performance cookies. They allow Qudini to recognise and count the number of visitors and to see how visitors move around our Booking Interface when they are using it. This helps improve the way our Booking Interface works, for example, by ensuring that users are finding what they are looking for easily. These cookies don’t collect information that identifies you. All the information that these cookies collect is anonymous and is only used to improve how a Booking Interface works. These can be restricted or blocked.

Functionality cookies. These are used to recognise you when you return to the Booking Interface. This enables Qudini to personalise their content for you, greet you by name and remember your preferences. These can be restricted or blocked.

Targeting cookies. These cookies record your visit to the Booking Interface, the pages you have visited and the links you have followed. This information is used to make the Booking Interface and the advertising displayed on it more relevant to your interests. Qudini may also share this information with third parties for this purpose. These can be restricted or blocked by you.

For a full list if the cookies they use on their Booking Interface & more information about their cookies and how to manage them visit the Qudini Bookings Interface Cookie Policy.

Online Dispute Resolution

The EU (Online Dispute Resolution for Consumer Disputes) Regulations 2015 require all traders established in the EU who engage in online sales or services contracts, and all online marketplaces established within the EU to provide:

  • • An electronic link to the EU Online Dispute Resolution platform. Link to the EU Online Dispute Resolution platform: https://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/
  • • If you wish to contact us electronically, including via e-mail, you can do so by getting in touch with our Customer Services Team

Live Chat

To enhance our customer services, you have the option to connect with a Team Member via Live Chat or Messaging. This software is provided by Salesfloor a third-party company and collects the information below.

  • • Customer name
  • • Customer email
  • • Details of your query as you input in the ‘What can I help you with?’ text field.

When submitting this information, you are giving consent for a Team Member to use this detail to contact you to follow up on your query.

Third party Salesfloor ‘LIVE CHAT’ cookies

These cookies enable the function of Salesfloor Software so that Arnotts Store Associates can serve and sell to customers who shop online via Live Chat or Storefront pages on www.mystore.arnotts.ie. The data stored by these cookies contains information about interactions, clicks and transactions (no payment information is collected).