Black Friday, closely followed by Boxing Day, look set to be the most popular shopping destinations for the holiday season, according to new research from comparison site Finder.

Around 32% of shoppers plan to spend up on Black Friday with Boxing Day finishing a close second, with $375 the average spend that adds up to $7.5 billion nationally. And men plan to spend 10% more ($397) than women ($360).

Interestingly 52% of survey respondents did not select any from the list that included Cyber Monday, Click Frenzy and Amazon Prime Day.

Heading the shopping list for 69% of customers were clothes and shoes, followed by electronics and gadgets (36%), while 12% planned to purchase whitegoods.

Finder spokesperson, Chris Jager said spending has largely been on pause with inflation and financial priorities shifting as extra cash was spent on groceries and energy bills.

However, he did urge caution. “Stick to reputable retailers. If you’re shopping with a new retailer, check for reviews online prior to making a purchase,” he said.