Shoppers set to spend €109 million on Black Friday
US tradition has taken hold here with sales expected to be up 31 per cent this year
Irish shoppers are set to spend an estimated €109 million on Black Friday.
What started as an American tradition has now grown roots here with Black Friday sales expected to be up 31 per cent this year.
The research conducted by Webloyalty (www.webloyalty.ie) in conjunction with retail research experts Conlumino has also found that more than half of Irish people (51 per cent) say they intend to shop on Black Friday this year while a third...
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