John Lewis To Process FIVE Orders Per Second on Black Friday

UK Retailer, John Lewis reveals it’s very first trend report which predicts that during its busiest hour on Black Friday the company will process five order every SECOND, we better start pre-ordering.

Christmas is well and truly underway!

John Lewis Christmas 2017 Into the Woods theme

Known for its heart-felt Christmas adverts, John Lewis has today released its first ever Christmas trend report which shows when it thinks the store will be at it’s busiest and what consumers will be buying.

Heading in-store for your shopping? then brace yourself as Monday 18th of December at 1pm until 2pm is expected to be swarming with shoppers with sales to be 3 times higher than a typical Monday.

John Lewis 2017 Christmas bauble and ornaments

Online sales during Black Friday (November 24th) will see thousands flocking to pick up a bargain with John Lewis‘ delivery drivers to be even busier the next day delivering those parcels, lets hope they have a sleigh as big as Santa.

According to UK department store bigger tree’s, gin, advent calendars and yes even Tinsel are set to fill baskets this Christmas including JL’s exclusive beauty advent calendar £149. And for kids, you guessed it, Cosmo topped its top toy predictions.

John Lewis Exclusive

Dan Cooper, John Lewis‘ Head of Christmas’ explains: “We know Christmas is a time for family and friends to gather and celebrate, and have worked hard to find a variety of products both locally and from around the world, to help make it even more special”

You can also find out exactly what trend Dan loves most with our exclusive Q&A plus more details on this years advert..

If you’re heading in-store don’t forget to take a look at the shop windows, which this year will feature more than 680 bags of snow. All we need now is the TV advert (see our prediction HERE)  and we’ll be ready for the festivities.

Dan Cooper, Christmas Buyer, John Lewis

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