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Shoppers have been once again hitting the streets in their thousands as the sales continue - and it looks like Welsh retailers may have done well in the run-up to Christmas.
Today St David's shopping centre in Cardiff said it broke records for footfall and retail sales last week, with 1.3m shoppers spending £2.5m a day.
Welsh shoppers were out in force on Boxing Day for the first day of the post Christmas sales. One shopping centre in Cardiff welcomed almost a hundred and forty thousand shoppers through its doors.
It would seem St David's shopping centre has defied the downturn over the past week, breaking previous records for both visitor numbers and retail sales.
Over 1.3 million shoppers visited St David's in Cardiff during the week leading up to Christmas, spending up to £2.5 million a day.
The weather hasn't stopped the last minute Christmas shoppers it would seem.
St David's shopping centre in Cardiff is reporting a record breaking week, with over 1.3 million shoppers visiting the centre over the past 7 days spending up to 2.5 million a day.
Over the weekend over 380,000 customers visited St David’s Dewi Sant which helped set a new sales record for the centre.