BOXING DAY SALES MADNESS 2015 - Sheeple Are Out In Force

Millions of shoppers are expected to spend £3.74bn in the sales, experts have predicted.

Some stores opened at 06:00 GMT on Saturday as shoppers set out to get the best bargains.

Those offering discounts include Harrods, Selfridges, Liberty, House of Fraser, Next and Marks & Spencer.

Figures from and the Centre for Retail Research suggest 22 million shoppers will spend 6% more in the sales than last year.

Online shoppers are expected to spend £856m on Boxing Day - up 22% from last year's £699m - according to data firm Experian and online retailing trade association IMRG.
Experts expect around 22 million people to visit high streets and shopping centres today - with a predicted spend of more than £3.7 billion today "Judging from our research, it looks as though consumer appetite to snap up deals is here to stay, both on the high street and online."

Department stores Harrods, Selfridges, Liberty and House of Fraser are offering designer goods at a fraction of their usual price, while both Next and Marks & Spencer have launched discounts of up to 50 per cent on sale items.

Retailers across London's West End are preparing to take over £100 million in sales over the next three days.

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Tiffany & Co., Dollar Tree Inc. and T.J. Maxx are among the chains that aren’t promoting Black Friday on their websites. That’s a sharp contrast with the supersized fonts advertising sales at Wal-Mart Stores Inc., Macy’s Inc. and Best Buy Co. brand

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