What is Eircode?

Eircode is the postcode system that was introduced into Ireland in July 2015. The postcode is a mix of Alphas and Numeric’s and is seven characters in length.

The Eircode Postcode is divided into two parts; a routing key and a unique identifier. The routing key is the first three characters representing the general area and the last four characters are the unique identifier. An example of an Eircode Postcode is A65 R2GF.

GeoDirectory is the source of Eircodes and Eircodes were devised, created and are maintained using GeoDirectory’s vast database which combines data acquired from An Post and Ordnance Survey Ireland. For details on pricing and how you can save upto 60% in costs visit here

Apply Eircodes to your Addresses

With AddressFix you can apply Eircodes to your address list. We will only charge you for every Eircode we can match to an address. For the benefits of using AddressFix visit here

How will I receive my Eircodes?

You will simply receive them in your results file in the Eircode column.

Not sure what to do?

Even if you haven’t decided to use Eircodes yet, remember any record we process and match is ready for Eircodes, just give us a call and we will let you know how it all works.


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