It may be early spring, but it’s starting to look like Christmas in stores across Australia, as Meyer and major stores have begun decorating holiday halls. As early as September 1, people started posting pictures on social media. Local stores are full of Christmas and maybe 15 weeks to go shopping. Time. Until the important day, but Mayer got into the green ferns ahead of time, the festival flags on the ceiling and flashing lights on the shelves.
According to a two-day social media post, Penrich, a beautifully decorated Mayer store, asked the audience, “is it too early?” Or Christmas? ” Some are excited about the arrival of the decorations, hoping that coming in early will help them avoid last-minute Christmas chaos. “if I can buy anything and leave early to save stress, why not?” Another social media user posted photos of decorations at the local Mayer store: “Christmas is coming,” one user wrote on Facebook. ! The ornaments are now on sale. I can’t wait for the delicious meatloaf. ”
Others hope it will allow families on a tight budget or those who rely on monthly payments to be able to spread out the cost of the festive period.
But not everyone has so much holiday spirit, with many people commenting on social media that the arrival of the decorations is “ridiculous” and “too early!” A social media user posted a picture of Christmas decorations at a myer store in karrinyup on Sept. 1, saying it was “as bad as Maori’s hot fork bread on Boxing Day!” A spokesman for Mel told the Australian Daily Mail that the opening of its Christmas decorating division was based on past years of time and customer demand. “many of our decorations are limited collections and our shoppers are always eager to buy them every year,” they said. Mayer was not the only retailer to enter the store early, as supermarket giants Cole and Woolworth began hoarding meat cakes and Christmas pudding.