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£1.8bn expected to be spent tomorrow, the last Saturday before Christmas shopping



Frenzy Saturday expects to see £1.8bn spent on last Saturday for Christmas shopping. Stores are preparing themselves for a surge on the last big shopping day before Christmas with a new round of price cuts of up to 80% to support spending.

More than 12 million deal seekers will be hitting the high road on Saturday in a furious £1.8billion spending spree on Panic Saturday. Stores are preparing themselves for a surge on the last huge shopping day. The high road missed out to online websites on Black Friday as millions avoided stores and logged in to sack the deals.

Be that as it may, Saturday will see shopping domains strike in a relentless price war as the Christmas deals begin to lure in last minute shoppers. A study by business consultative firm Deloitte discovered discounts will be greater and better this weekend over a gigantic variety of products with costs sliced by a normal of 45% – up from 41.8% prior this month.

Be that as it may, a few chains are reducing prices more deep to take advantage of last minute customers with Argos offering discounts of up to 60% on toys and half priced electrical products and gifts. Games Direct has drastically decreased festive top picks like robes and nightgown by 80%, for example, a child’s Mickey Mouse onesie down from £17.99 to £4.50.

WH Smith has thumped up to 80% off best selling books. Superdrug are having a 50 percent discount for products like fragrances and post-shaves while Boots additionally has gift sets costing half the original price.

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