Tuesday December 1, 2020

Your shopping rights at Christmas

'Tis the season to remember your loved ones, but don't forget your consumer rights, writes Emma Kennedy.

22nd December, 2013
Despite Ireland's rocky economic journey in recent years, Irish consumers still like to splurge during the festive season.

Despite Ireland's rocky economic journey in recent years, Irish consumers still like to splurge during the festive season.

Figures from the latest Deloitte Christmas spending survey revealed that Irish consumers remained Europe's biggest festive spenders. The annual survey estimated that the average Irish household would spend €894 this Christmas, some 1.7 per cent less than last year. According to the survey, consumers will spend an average of €484.81 on gifts, €258.84 on food and €150.76...

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