62% of shoppers planning to spend less that €500 on Christmas presents

62% of shoppers planning to spend less that €500 on Christmas presents

Nearly a quarter of consumers will split their Christmas shopping between the shops and online.

A new survey from Bank of Ireland has revealed that most people are well organised, with 68% planning on having the majority of their shopping done in the next two weeks.

Women are planning to complete their shopping earlier than men.

Some 62% of people intend to spend less than €500 on presents this year. Meanwhile, 8% say they will spend more than €1,000.

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