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8 November 2011 – A new study conducted by leading money saving website on the subject of Christmas annoyances has revealed that overcrowding in high street stores is people's leading festive dislike.

The website, which regularly offers consumers money-saving deals at over 800 famous name retailers, reports that 32% of people find store overcrowding to be the most irritating thing about the festive season. 31% of those surveyed consider over-hyping of Christmas early on in the year to be the most annoying aspect, while a further 1.25% of people find Her Majesty the Queen's Christmas Day Speech to be their pet hate.

The full list of Christmas annoyances revealed by the research is: 1. Crowded shops, 2. Early Christmas hype, 3. None of them – I love Christmas, 4. Commercialisation 5. True meaning of Christmas is lost, 6. Everything, 7. The cost, 8. The Queen’s Speech, 9. Carols, 10. Christmas TV.

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