Britain may now technically find itself in a recession but households have still splashed the cash during lockdown.
Spending on everything from garden features such as pizza ovens to products to entertain the family and annoy the neighbours, including karaoke machines.
While the shutters came down on shops in mid-March and Britons forced to stay indoors unless under certain circumstances, many households took to online shopping to spend money instead.
Projectors, tambourines and fire pits are just a few of the sought after items that soared in popularity during lockdown.
Some of the buys were practical with e-retailers seeing a large increase in active wear and grooming kits whilst others were much more unusual.
Not only did eBay see a rise in people shopping for Beatles' branded clothing, Argos saw a surge in customers purchasing Play-Doh with it being the number one toy sold between March and April.
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