UK shoppers plan to spend £9.3bn on post-lockdown treats
10th August 2020
UK consumers are planning to spend £9.3bn ($12bn) on treating themselves post-COVID-19, new research has found.
With restrictions easing and non-essential shops, restaurants, and pubs reopening after the coronavirus lockdown, shoppers are planning to hit the high street to treat themselves, with 92% of respondents planning to spend on the high street, according to a survey of 2005 UK adults by American Express.
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