Irish Car Boot Loading


Tallaght Stadium, Co.Dublin

Every Saturday from 6 am to 12 noon
Entry fee €25. 

Please note we are no longer taking bookings for our car boot sales. 

With thousands of unwanted household items on offer, this weekly event will ensure nobody goes home without a find.

Located in the centre of Tallaght, on Whitestown Way, the stadium is easily accessible by public transport. The stadium is just a few minutes walk from the Red LUAS line terminal and numerous bus stops.

The Car Boot Sale opens every Saturday at 6 am and operates until 12 noon. Please note for insurance purposes, no vehicle can leave the market until 11 am.

Car Boot entrance fee (sellers) €25. Public access is free

Please note that the car boot sale section will only cater for people wishing to sell items from their homes and we can only allow small vans (Berlingo/Caddy/People Carriers/SUVs). Hiace/Transit/Sprinter type vehicles are not permitted.

Trinity Comprehensive Secondary School (Ballymun)

Every Sunday from 8 am to 1 pm
Entry fee €25. 

Please note that we are no longer taking bookings for our car boot sales. 

The Ballymun Car Boot Sale will be open each Sunday from 8am – 1pm and we would ask everyone to queue in an orderly and respectful manner whilst being mindful of other road users.  We have a maximum capacity for 60 cars (sellers) thus ensuring that social distancing guidelines are in place.  We cannot make exceptions to this number and again would ask that you respect these rules and respect the guys running the event. 

At the moment, the advice around outdoor gatherings limits us to 200 people.  Customers should queue and wait their turn to enter the sale.  Please be mindful of others waiting to get in and once you have finished browsing and purchasing,  please leave the event so as others can enter.

We would ask all our sellers and customers to respect and adhere to the 2m social distancing rules which the government have put in place.  These rules are there for your safety and for the safety of others attending public events.  Do NOT crowd around traders as they unload their cars.  This behaviour is unnerving for those selling and unsafe for you and other customers.  We would ask that everyone, where possible, wear a face mask while at the car boot event. 

Please respect the above guidelines as it will lead to a safer and more enjoyable experience for everyone concerned.