Pubs, bars and other hospitality venues are likely to see the highest number of sales from the Women’s World Cup so far this weekend, with spending forecast to hit £28.8m.
With England’s quarter final game against Columbia being held at 11.30am on a Saturday 12 August, more consumers will be able to visit their local venue to watch the action.
According to VoucherCodes.co.uk, £16m is estimated to be spent on drinks and £12.8m on food.
Overall, retail and hospitality expenditure is predicted to hit £145m during the quarter finals, with 7.1m British supporters across the nation poised to tune in to the fixtures.
The UK public is predicted to spend a total of £116.3m in their local supermarkets and convenience stores. Food and drink make up the dominant proportion of this expenditure at £92.9m
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