Today has been dubbed Cyber Monday - the busiest day of the year for Internet shopping - a day when millions of Christmas presents are bought online.
According to the Royal Mail, around £5 billion will be spent on the internet, over the next two weeks.
Forty three percent of people are planning to do more shopping online this year, than they did last year.
If you live in Chelmsford, you have purchased more Christmas presents this way than any other UK town.
Residents of St Albans, Guildford, and London's West End, also prefer getting gifts on the web.
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