Michael Buble’s ‘Christmas’ album, Call of Duty – Modern Warfare 3 and The Lion King (Diamond Edition) are expected to be among the best-selling entertainment goods this Christmas.
The Entertainment Retailers Association (ERA), a representative group for those selling CDs, videos and video games, estimates that 60 million physical media products will be sold during the upcoming festive season, which represents the busiest period of the year for sales of traditional entertainment goods.
In the music category, boy band One Direction’s ‘Up All Night’ album and Michael Buble’s ‘Christmas’ CD are predicted to top Xmas wishlists, while Fifa 12 and Call of Duty – Modern Warfare 3 are set to be the most popular computer games .
In DVDs, the ERA expects the most popular titles for presents and gifts to be Take That Progress Live, The Inbetweeners, The Lion King (Diamond Edition) and the Harry Potter Box Set.
Kim Bayley, the group’s Director General, said: "Entertainment retains its crown as the most universal Christmas gift. There truly is something for everyone."
She added: "The numbers suggest that almost every member of the UK population will receive an album, video or video game this Christmas . It’s more than two per household. It is an extraordinary number."
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