Encourages all Christmas Shoppers to Spend Responsibly

According to a recent study carried out by HSBC, one in 10 UK shoppers will buy their presents online this year. “It is great news for the online shopping companies, with many e-tailers offering savings and deals on products that cannot be found anywhere else”, says, the leading luxury Christmas Hamper company in the UK.

The study also showed signs of family's cutting back on their spending throughout the festive period. With 22% planning on spending less this year, than in 2010. An expected reduction since the rise of living costs have swept the entire nation in recent years.

Among those who are planning on spending money on presents for immediate family, 78% will try and save money by other means. By making different choices and changing the type of gifts purchased can help achieve further savings.

With an approximate spend of £378 on gifts for immediate family, ask consumers to think about consolidating the total spend for family this year and give a present that can be shared and enjoyed by everyone. Christmas Hampers are full of luxurious savoury and sweet foods and wine that can be shared and enjoyed by all, throughout Christmas day and throughout the festive season.

A spokesperson from the luxury Christmas hamper company says:

“These findings have proved that families require good value for money in times of hardship and we are proud to be able to offer luxury Christmas hampers for all families and all budgets this Christmas. Our exciting range of Christmas gift hampers start from only £19.99.”

Don't forget to order your Christmas Hamper today. You can rely on in providing excellent quality and a first class service.

About owned and managed by Highland Fayre Ltd. have been supplying Luxury Christmas Hampers, since 1985, to thousands of corporate and private customers throughout the UK and Europe, becoming Scotland’s premier hamper company.

Highland Fayre Ltd, Ruthvenfield Grove
Inveralmond Industrial Estate, Perth
Tel: 01738 639 222
Fax: 01738 621 177

Contact: Donald Stephenson
Phone: 0131 556 7078