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7 Ways You Can Become a Christmas Hero this Year

A7 Step Guide to Becoming a Christmas Hero Christmas can be a stressful time of Whether it's how much to spend, year, so to make things easier, Travelzoo has conducted a survey to find out how you can come out on top this Christmas. what to buy, or even what to talk about, this guide will help you come out on top this year. 1. Buy the right gift for the right person 63% of respondees said experiences give So if you want to wow people this year, it might be best to buy them something them more happiness than 'having things'. This is highest among 25-34 year olds (75%) and women (66%). they can do instead of something they can have. 2. Spend the right amount £16.8 Billion will be spent on presents in the UK this December Avg. £324 Women £289 Men £356 £100 £200 £300 £400 On average, women spend £ 289 on Christmas presents. The average spend per person in Britain is £324 Men spend more than average, at £356 per person. 3. Buy the right presents Christmas Present Pleasure Barometer % Pleasure % Pleasure Objects Experiences 100 90 Holiday: 83% 80 70 Show/concert: 69% 60 Books: 58% Fine dining: 56% Sporting event: 52% Spa day: 50% Fitness: 44% Object Key 1. Sports equipment: 50% 2. Home furnishings: 49% 3. Jewellery/watch: 48% 40 Cosmetic procedures: 4. Branded cosmetics: 48% 36% 5. Designer accessories: 46% 30 The best present money can buy... A holiday! Holidays bring people the most pleasure and a lucky 3.2 million Brits will be jetting off this Christmas. 4. Avoid these types of gifts When they receive a gift they don't like, 34% of Brits are happy to re-gift it to someone else! The top 3 re-gifted items are... 1. Toiletries 2. Clothes 3. Books These three things are completely based on individual taste, so be careful! 5. Avoid inappropriate presents The British public considered the following 5 gifts to be the least appropriate at Christmas: 1. Re-gifted presents 2. Cosmetic 3. Furniture procedures 4. Household 5. Sex Toys Appliances 6. Avoid touchy subjects on Christmas Day The 5 most common causes of arguments in British homes on Christmas Day are: **.. 1. What to watch on TV 2. Where you are spending Christmas Day 3. Money and financial worries 4. Who does the washing up 5. Feeling under-appreciated Bear these things in mind when planning your day and try to pitch in to help with everything. That way everyone will stay happy. 7. Buy the right gift for your favourite people Dad Mum A holiday getaway 81% of women Tickets to a music or sporting event 64% of men would would welcome welcome this gift this gift Young adults Grandparents Gym membership A weekend break 54% of 18-24 72% would year olds would welcome this gift welcome this gift Partner A female friend Fine dining experience 77% of couples Spa day 72% of wonmen would welcome would welcome this gift this gift *This poll was conducted by Censuswide who surveyed 2100 UK adults TRAVELZOO

7 Ways You Can Become a Christmas Hero this Year

shared by joe.shervell on Dec 04
Christmas can be a stressful time of year, so to make things easier, Travelzoo has surveyed the general public to find out how you can choose wisely and be a Christmas hero this year.




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