4 days to Christmas countdown! 1670 Brits prepare for Christmas every day!
With just four days to go before Christmas, UK consumers are expected to spend £1.36bn for Christmas, according to a new report from Voucher Codes. According to the research, an average of 16.7 million people are expected to prepare for Christmas every day when the countdown to Christmas is expected, but retail sales will fall by 7.4% compared with 2021 to 1.36 billion pounds.
Amazon Holiday Top 11 Toys Announced
As Christmas approaches, Amazon recently announced the 11 most popular toys for the 2022 holiday season. Including: Magic Spray Crystal Ball, Barbie Dreamliner Playset, Tiger Shark RC Car, OMG Fashion Dolls, LEGO Super Mario and Princess Peach Brick Set, Warplane Model – Millennium Falcon, Kaleidoscope Set, Maze Game, Electronics Game pet egg, "Marvel Guardians of the Galaxy" doll set, Nintendo "Splatoon 3" game card.
UK Consumers Post-Christmas Return Survey!These are return points
According to foreign media reports, after the peak of Christmas shopping, there will also be a peak of holiday returns. The cost of Christmas returns in the UK could exceed €3.7bn this year. In addition, package damage will increase, and packages ordered online are expected to face gravity damage with an average acceleration of 50G. 38% of consumers want free shipping and returns if a product is damaged. UK retailers spend £60bn a year out of pocket on returns. 49% of UK shoppers claim to have received damaged items in the last year when they shopped online, with the average price of these items being around £38.40.
Online Shopping Survey of European and American Consumers: 60% of People Give Up Ordering Due to Poor Website Experience!
According to a survey by Storyblok, many European and American consumers will abandon purchases due to poor website experience, which brings billions of dollars in losses to e-commerce companies every year. The survey found that 60% of people would abandon a purchase because of a poor website experience. On average, each online shopper abandons 5 purchases per year.
U.S. holiday season toy clearance!This sub-category bucked the trend
According to a research report released by Jefferies analysts, during the holiday season this year, toy stocks in major offline retail stores in the United States are generally sufficient and discounts are strong. Demand for children's toys from "kidults" has grown strongly as retailers scramble to clear stock. Sentiment in the U.S. retail toy market remains dire, analysts said, and the final two weeks of holiday shopping may not be as good as usual for toy retailers.
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