350m as online purchasers go on ponying up spree Christmas Day sales could very well hit 350m as online shoppers go on spending spreeSpokesman James Murray said: "Habits are changing with Christmas Day becoming a massive shopping day"ByRuki Sayid 00:00, 24 DEC 2013Updated08:58, 24 DEC 2013Last minute the christmas season shopping Get daily updates instantly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for opting-Back by using! Weren't able to register, Repeat this process laterInvalid Email Christmas shoppers who missed out on best buy on black friday last minute high street deals with out of the appalling weather are expected to fuel a record online spending spree tomorrow. IMRG, The online retail relationship, Is projecting Christmas Day sales will be up 14% on last year, Thanks in part to this unspent cash. Data analysts Experian said shoppers would make 117 million visits to websites as they started sales early. Representative James Murray said: "Routine is changing with Christmas Day becoming a critical shopping day, Amazon is expecting Christmas Day takings to be 400% higher than five years ago as market has become use tablets and cell phones to shop. Clothes bargain hunters start going gifts searching at 10am, While book and music fans the actual at noon. There is often a lull for the Queen's speech before it gets busy again at 3.17pm. But early birds can however cash in today as Argos has now slashed prices by up to black friday internet deals 2015 75%. John Lewis also opening paragraphs a half price online sale at 5pm today, While Sainsbury's will be updating prices by 50% with savings worth million. House of Fraser opens for online sales at noon and Currys/PC World uses instructions from black friday promo 7pm. Debenhams offers a sneak preview of price cuts of today, But shoppers will struggle to buy anything until tomorrow.
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