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As the cost of living crisis deepens, shoppers are expected to spend as much as 4% less during Boxing Day and post-Christmas sales, according to new data.
A Barclaycard Payments study found that the average shopper intends to spend £229 worth of goods in the post-Christmas period, £18 less than in 2021.
That said, the end of 2022 will remain busy, with tech retailers expected to especially benefit from bargain-hunting shoppers.
Personal technology items were most sought after by consumers of his 42% of respondents after the holiday shopping season.
Food and drink are also likely to be popular, according to the credit card business.