Press Release: January 21, 2010
December 2009 proved to bring big numbers to high street retailers as consumers took advantage of online shopping opportunities and pre-Christmas sales to help tills ring across the country. Unfortunately, sustained high unemployment, an increase in VAT and a projected increase in taxes to combat the deficit are all combining this year to make 2010 a year of challenges for the retail sector. According to netbusiness.co.uk, UK consumers will still spend but only on quality items and services offered at competitive prices.
James Carter, managing director of VoucherCodes.com says: The current economy is actually proving to be very fruitful for VoucherCodes.com and the savvy consumers that use the site. Based on current predictions, retailers are going to have to shift from thinking if I offer a discount to when I offer a discount. Thats where VoucherCodes.com will reap big rewards. As the UKs original voucher and promotional codes website, we have years of trends tracking data available to help retailers know the UKs online consumer shopping habits. Offering the right voucher code at the right consumer at the right time is the basis of successful online retailing and voucher codes are set to be a key decision maker as 2010 continues.
Current vouchers available on VoucherCodes.com include:
Comet 5% discount off everything - hurry ends 22nd Jan 2010
New Look - £10 discount over £50
Green and Blacks - exclusive 10% discount
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3.VoucherCodes.com offers a weekly newsletter distributed in addition to a regularly updated Twitter feed at @vouchercodes.com. These are just some of the ways consumers can keep track of the steadily spiraling voucher codes on offer.
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