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  • People have come to expect a deal on every product
  • People have come to expect a deal on every product
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In a state of permanent sale

Thanks to daily deals websites, online vouchers, and retailers’ 'sell, sell, sell' mindset, there's a sale nearly every day. But how does this permanent sale affect the way people spend?

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No longer do we count down the days to the summer sale. Nor do we look forward to the 1st January purely because we know that prices in the shops will be slashed. Thanks to daily deals websites, online vouchers, and retailers’ desperation to sell, sell, sell, there's a sale nearly every day. But how does this permanent sale phenomenon affect the way people spend?

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