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'Present survey'

Buying Presents Survey

Research by Barclaycard has found that Britons collectively spend £24 billion a year buying presents for their friends and family.

People spend an average of £42.89 a month treating their loved ones or buying them gifts. Men spend around £23.25 twice a month and women spend an average of £13.49 on presents and treats three times a month.

Three-quarters of people interviewed said they would treat someone to cheer them up, while 63% said they did not need a reason to buy a present and 14% said they would buy a gift to say sorry.

1 in 10 men said they would spend money on someone in a bid to impress them, while 15% said treating someone made them feel better about themselves. ‘It is better to give than to receive’.

Hab. 2:4
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