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Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and the disappearing high street

Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and the disappearing high street

Black Friday, Featured, Lifestyle, Shopping, UK
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are expected to generate a £7 billion total revenue from the UK. Experts have differing opinions on how this will affect the future of retail shops. Though Black Friday and Cyber Monday are unofficial holiday events that originate in the United States, both have since become a huge hit in the UK. Price comparison website Finder.com predicts that British people will be spending more than £7 billion on the events this year. Finder.com’s study reported that people in the UK were planning to spend less money (£220 per person, compared to last year’s £304 per person) than the previous year’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but altogether more people (26% increase in number of participating adults) were partaking in the shopping marathons. In short, though
Black Friday 2018: Best deals for the West End shows

Black Friday 2018: Best deals for the West End shows

Black Friday, Entertainment, Featured, theatre
After weeks of expectation, Black Friday has finally come. Here is a selection of the best deals for your favourite West End shows. From the long-running plays like The Woman in Black to the newest shows like The Inheritance. The Woman in Black The tickets for one of Britain's most successful and running plays usually cost around £27 to £40, but with the Black Friday deals you can save up to 29%, tickets being reduced to £19.99. Dreamgirls The musical featuring the story of the three talented girls Lorell, Effe and Deena has become a true bargain with deals up to 41%. The tickets normally cost £72.50 but they are now reduced to £42.50, however you can only get this deal if go before December 20. Chicago It is one of the most well-known musicals of all time and now
Six Alternatives to Black Friday

Six Alternatives to Black Friday

Black Friday, Featured, Lifestyle
Did you know that the 23rd of November is not only a day for Black Friday sales?  Here are six alternatives you could be celebrating today instead of Black Friday.   The power list includes: Flossing day, because why not? Legends tells that it was created in 2000 to remind people of how fundamental oral hygiene is in people's daily lives. You can celebrate it by really putting effort in washing and flossing your teeth (no cheating) and, if you're brave enough, with a dentist appointment! https://twitter.com/ShengDental/status/802059569811910656 2.  Espresso day...no explanation needed here folks! Those who say that coffee is not universal are trying to lie even when confronted with hardcore proof. The modern way of preparing coffee finds its roots in T
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