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 Nationwide customers 'spending £54,000 per minute'
 Friday 25 November, 2016
Nationwide customers \'spending £54,000 per minute\'

Nationwide customers have been taking part in this year's Black Friday feeding frenzy, spending £33.9m between midnight and 10:00 am today, a spokesman said - working out at about £54,000 per minute.

More than 630,35 transactions took place in this period, up about 62% on a normal Friday and 40% more than last Black Friday, he said.

Nationwide head of payments Paul Horlock said: "Everyone loves a bargain, so itís no surprise that we are seeing a large boost in spending today... If spending continues at its current rate it looks like it will be another record year for Black Friday sales, even though deals started earlier than ever before this year."

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