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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    It seems we're getting more organised when it comes to Christmas shopping

    It seems we're getting more organised when it comes to Christmas shopping


    A Trade Me survey has found 51 percent of Kiwis already had presents bought, wrapped and under the tree before the start of December.

    One in four people had their presents wrapped by the end of October.

    47 percent of respondents also admitted to getting distracted and buying things for themselves, while out Christmas shopping.

    Wellingtonians were the most likely to buy things for themselves, compared with their Auckland and Canterbury counterparts.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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