AS ANDALUCIANS hit the high streets for New Year’s sales, research has revealed that the average shopper will spend around €87.
Research conducted through telephone and social media surveys by the Union de Consumidores de Andalucia (UCA) has revealed that average consumers will spend €87 during New Year’s sales.
This marks a decrease of 8% from 2020 when the average shopper splashed €95. The top categories of goods purchased by consumers are expected to be clothing, making up 54.96% of shopping with the average shopper expected to pay just under 50 euro on textile goods.
Footwear and accessories will take a share of 16.62% of sales spending, with around €16.62 spent by most shoppers. Household goods come in at 25.9%, while around 30% of sales are expected to take place through online e-commerce platforms.
Granada shoppers will spend the most on average (€86), followed by Sevilla (€94), Malaga (€92), and Almeria (€91). Meanwhile, Huelva consumers will spend a low average of (€76), less than Jaen (€79), Cordoba (€81), and Cadiz (€86).
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