Black Friday retail footfall in the United Kingdom (UK) 2016, by shopping location

This statistic presents the percentage change in shopper numbers ('footfall') in the United Kingdom on Black Friday 2016 (November 25), split by high street, shopping centre and out of town retail locations. Black Friday originates in the United States, as the shopping day after Thanksgiving, when retailers offer large discounts, marking the start to the Christmas shopping period. In the UK footfall on Black Friday rose by approximately 2 percent in 2016. The high street saw the biggest increase, growing by 2.8 percent on the previous year.

Annual percentage change in retail footfall on Black Friday in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2016, by shopping location

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Release date

January 2017


United Kingdom

Survey time period

November 25. 2016

Age group

Supplementary notes

Figures show the year-on-year change in Springboard's national retail footfall index. The index measures the number of visitors to high street, shopping centre and retail park environments across the UK.

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