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Halloween sales in U.K overtake Valentine’s Day

According to this recent article in the Daily Mail research by Tesco’s has found Halloween has overtaken Valentine’s Day, Bonfire Night and Mothers Day in terms of British High Street sales.

Sales of sweets, themed foods, such as pumpkins, decorations and devilish costumes have provided a bonanza for supermarkets and other stores as we all spend, spend, spend on Halloween themed goodies.

Carolyn Bradley, Tesco’s UK marketing director, said: ‘Halloween has become one of the main seasonal events during the last ten years, with sales almost trebling since 2005.

I guess that just goes to show that Halloween is one of the most popular holiday’s in the British calendar. All we need now is for someone to make it a bank holiday!

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