HGL offers pocket money solution to increase Christmas sales

Published on: 3rd November 2020

HGL’s pre-filled Christmas stockings contain a selection of pocket money items, offering fantastic value and stress free shopping for consumers. 

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To cater to to the current challenging trading conditions, HGL has come up with a clever idea that will enable consumers  to buy stocking fillers without having to worry about spending a long time selecting single items, whether shopping online or browsing instore.

The Value Christmas Stockings are designed to make it easy for retailers to sell pocket money items without fuss. Packaged inside each traditional red and white stocking is a collection of fifteen toys that have been carefully selected to appeal to boys and girls in different age categories. Customers can choose from stockings for an older boy, younger boy, older girl and younger girl.

Each stocking is sealed with a festive hang-tag, all ready for the great reveal on Christmas morning. The packs offer fantastic value and will provide an essential festive time saver for busy gift givers.

David Mordecai, CEO of HGL commented, “We wanted to come up with an idea to make pocket money  purchasing simpler and more cost effective for our retail customers and the end consumer. This solution takes all the hassle out of buying and supplying smaller low cost items. With a really cost effective price, this product ticks all the boxes.”

Available to order in packs of six, full details of the content in each Value Christmas Stocking are available from


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