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Poles to spend 5% more on Christmas this year: study

21.11.2019 07:50
Poles plan to spend 5 percent more on Christmas this year than last, according to a survey.
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The study by consulting firm Deloitte found that the average Polish consumer plans to fork out PLN 1,521 (EUR 354, USD 392) on gifts, food and family gatherings this Christmas.

The survey also found that Poles would spend more on gifts than on food, 36 percent vs. 34 percent of the total.

A quarter of respondents said they would buy Christmas presents in November, while 38 percent said they would do so in the first half of December.

The Deloitte study also showed that online stores were likely to claim almost half the funds Poles were setting aside for Christmas gifts this year.


Source: deloitte.com