Retailers are hoping Australians will splurge a record amount at Boxing Day sales today, with warnings for Sydney residents and the lingering financial impact of other lockdowns expected to push more business than ever online.
- A national retail body says there have been “record low” numbers of shoppers in Sydney’s CBD
- The union representing shop workers in NSW has urged people to spread their shopping out
- Australians are still expected to spend about $2.75 billion on the sales, with more shopping than ever done online
The National Retail Association (NRA) predicts the nation’s online spend will hit $930 million today, after highly successful Black Friday sales earlier this year, and a total spend of $649 million on Boxing Day…
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