Black Friday shoppers spend less as Covid-19 dents demand

Black Friday shoppers spend less as Covid-19 dents demand

2021-11-30 05:03:00 AM

Black Friday shoppers spend less as Covid-19 dents demand

South Africans are buying more online but average basket size drops 22% as cash-strapped consumers mind their wallets, says PayU SA

Andries MahlanguConsumers spent less money online during this year’s Black Friday, with the average basket size dropping 22% to R784.99 year on year, according to PayU SA, which tracked everything from the late-night shopping patterns and payment methods to basket size.

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