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Online spending on Christmas gifts continuing to rise

Online spending on Christmas gifts is continuing to soar, with An Post reporting a 14 per cent increase in orders and deliveries this year.

9th December, 2012
An Post has reported a 14 per cent increase in orders and deliveries this year.

Online spending on Christmas gifts is continuing to soar, with An Post reporting a 14 per cent increase in orders and deliveries this year.

Tomorrow has been dubbed Mega Monday by Visa Europe, which is predicting that ten million transactions will be made by people buying Christmas gifts online.

Spending by the Irish public is expected to jump from €155 per person last year to €227 this year, with a total spend of €420 million.

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