Women better off than men at anniversaries says Tesco Bonus Credit Card

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Women better off than men at anniversaries says Tesco Bonus Credit Card

Women are worse than men at buying anniversary presents for their partners, a study by Tesco Bonus Credit Card has claimed today, with 20 per cent of women never having bought their partner a present for an anniversary, compared to ten per cent of men.

Overall, 78 per cent of Britons have bought a present to celebrate an anniversary at least twice, according to Tesco, and 48 per cent of people surveyed were pleased with the present they received.

There was a variety of gifts that the survey showed to be popular, with jewellery at the top of this list, followed by holidays, weekend breaks and flowers.

Also on the list were balloon rides, cars and perfume, while some of the least successful gifts that people had received included ironing boards, dishcloths or plain old nothing.

"It is good to see that the long-held belief that women are better at buying anniversary gifts than men is actually a myth," said Colin Robertson, head of Tesco Credit Cards.

"It is also fantastic to see that generally Britain is still a nation of romantics - even if we don't always get it right."

The company publishes its report as it announces an offer to celebrate the anniversary of its Tesco Bonus Credit Card - cardholders will receive one month's interest back each year.

An annual interest level of zero per cent on purchases and balance transfers until January 1st 2007 is included on the card, which has a typical rate of 12.9 per cent annually.

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