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Liffey Valley Shopping Centre Unable To Sell Or Accept Gift Cards

By Donna Ahern
Liffey Valley Shopping Centre Unable To Sell Or Accept Gift Cards

Liffey Valley Shopping Centre has announced that it is currently unable to sell or accept gift cards.

In a statement published on its website, the shopping centre notes, ‘Due to circumstances beyond our control, we are currently unable to sell or accept gift cards at Liffey Valley Shopping Centre.

‘This situation arises from UAB PayrNet, the payments firm responsible for managing the funds of gift cards, having had its operating licence revoked in recent days.

‘We appreciate this will be both concerning and inconvenient to our customers.’

Resolution Timeline ‘Still Unclear’


‘At this stage, the full implications and the timeline for a resolution are still unclear. However, we are working closely with the gift card provider and exploring every possible avenue to rectify the situation as swiftly as possible,’ the statement read.

‘We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused and appreciate the public’s understanding. We will continue to provide further updates as more information becomes available.’

About Liffey Valley

Liffey Valley Shopping Centre is one of Ireland’s largest shopping and leisure destinations, with shops, restaurants, cinemas, and free car-parking.

Anchor stores at the shopping centre include Dunnes Stores, Boots, Calvin Klein, TK Maxx and Eason.


Food-and-drink outlets located at Liffey Valley include Chopped, Eddie Rocket’s, Costa Coffee, Butlers, Burger King, Five Guys and BB’s, to name but a few.

© 2023 Checkout – your source for the latest Irish retail news. Article by Donna Ahern. For more technology news, click here. Click subscribe to sign up for the Checkout print edition.

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