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Deferred Debit or Charge Cards Usage Analytics by Merchant Category: United Kingdom; is an exhaustive research report outlaying Debit or Charge Cards usage in United Kingdom. The report provides year on year statistics on Average Transaction Value, Frequency of Use and Number of Transactions, Turnover per card and more on market segments including Airline and Hotels, Books and Games including CD’s/DVD’s, Clothing and Footwear, Food and Beverages, Electrical Goods, Gardening Homewares, Health and Beauty, Motor Fuel, Mobile Top-ups, Downloads and others.

Scope

A deferred debit card is linked to the customer’s personal bank account and is used to make card payments. At the end of the billing cycle, the value of all card payments made in that cycle are debited from the customer’s account in full.

The report "Deferred Debit or Charge Cards Usage Analytics by Merchant Category: United Kingdom" report is the result of Verdict Financial’s extensive market research covering the cards and payments industry in United Kingdom. It provides detailed debit or charge cards statistics by merchant type on parameters like Average Transactions value and Number of Transactions, Frequency of Use, Turnover per card and Value of Transactions.

Verdict Financial’s "Deferred Debit or Charge Cards Usage Analytics by Merchant Category: United Kingdom" report acts as an essential tool for companies active across the UK cards and payments value chain and for new players considering entering the market. The comprehensive statistics within the report provides insight into the operating environment of Debit or Charge Cards in United Kingdom and also ensures right business decision making based on historical trends.

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Table of Contents

1 Introduction

1.1 Definitions

1.2 Methodology

1.2.1 Research Methodology

2 Credit Card Market by Merchant: Airlines, Hotels

2.1 Airlines, Hotels: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

2.2 Airlines, Hotels: Frequency of Use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

2.3 Airlines, Hotels: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

2.4 Airlines, Hotels: Turnover per card (USD), 2010 – 2014

2.5 Airlines, Hotels: Value of transactions (US$ Millions), 2010 – 2014

3 Credit Card Market by Merchant CDs/DVDs/ Games/Books

3.1 CDs/DVDs/Games/Books: Average Transaction Value, 2010 – 2014

3.2 CDs/DVDs/Games/Books: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

3.3 CDs/DVDs/Games/Books: Number of Transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

3.4 CDs/DVDs/Games/Books: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

3.5 CDs/DVDs/Games/Books: Value of Transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

4 Credit Card Market by Merchant: Clothing & Footwear

4.1 Clothing & Footwear: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

4.2 Clothing & Footwear: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

4.3 Clothing & Footwear Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

4.4 Clothing & Footwear: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

4.5 Clothing & Footwear: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

5 Credit Card Market by Merchant: DIY and Gardening

5.1 DIY and Gardening: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

5.2 DIY and Gardening: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

5.3 DIY and Gardening: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

5.4 DIY and Gardening: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

5.5 DIY and Gardening: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

6 Credit Card Market by Merchant: Downloads

6.1 Downloads: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

6.2 Downloads: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

6.3 Downloads: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

6.4 Downloads: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

6.5 Downloads: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

7 Credit Card Market by Merchant: Electrical goods

7.1 Electrical Goods: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

7.2 Electrical Goods: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

7.3 Electrical Goods: Number of transactions (Millions): 2010 – 2014

7.4 Electrical Goods: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

7.5 Electrical Goods: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

8 Credit Card Market by Merchant: Food & Drinks

8.1 Food & Drink: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

8.2 Food & Drink: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

8.3 Food & Drink: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

8.4 Food & Drink: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

8.5 Food & Drink: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

9 Credit Card Market by Merchant: Health & Beauty

9.1 Health & Beauty: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

9.2 Health & Beauty: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

9.3 Health & Beauty: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

9.4 Health & Beauty: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

9.5 Health & Beauty: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

10 Credit Card Market by Merchant: Homewares

10.1 Homewares: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

10.2 Homewares: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

10.3 Homewares: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

10.4 Homewares: Turnover per card (US$): 2010 – 2014

10.5 Homewares: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

11 Credit Card Market by Merchant: Mobile top-up

11.1 Mobile top-up: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

11.2 Mobile top-up: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

11.3 Mobile top-up: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

11.4 Mobile top-up: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

11.5 Mobile top-up: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

12 Credit Card Market by Merchant: Motor fuel

12.1 Motor fuel: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

12.2 Motor fuel: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

12.3 Motor fuel: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

12.4 Motor fuel: Turnover per card (US$m), 2010 – 2014

12.5 Motor fuel: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

13 Credit Card Market by Merchant: Others

13.1 Others: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

13.2 Others: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

13.3 Others: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

13.4 Others: Turnover per card (US$m), 2010 – 2014

13.5 Others: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

14 Appendix

14.1 About Verdict Financial

14.2 Disclaimer

The page count may vary in the actual report depending on the data availability

Table

Table 1: Airlines, Hotels: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

Table 2: Airlines, Hotels: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Table 3: Airlines, Hotels: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Table 4: Airlines, Hotels: Turnover per card (USD), 2010 – 2014

Table 5: Airlines, Hotels: Value of transactions (US$ Millions), 2010 – 2014

Table 6: CDs/DVDs/Games/Books: Average Transaction Value US$, 2010 – 2014

Table 7: CDs/DVDs/Games/Books: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Table 8: CDs/DVDs/Games/Books: Number of Transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Table 9: CDs/DVDs/Games/Books: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

Table 10: CDs/DVDs/Games/Books: Value of Transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Table 11: Clothing & Footwear: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

Table 12: Clothing & Footwear:-Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Table 13: Clothing & Footwear: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Table 14: Clothing & Footwear: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

Table 15: Clothing & Footwear: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Table 16: DIY and Gardening: Average Transaction Value(US$), 2010 – 2014

Table 17: DIY and Gardening: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Table 18: DIY and Gardening: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Table 19: DIY and Gardening: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

Table 20: DIY and Gardening: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Table 21: Downloads: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

Table 22: Downloads: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Table 23: Downloads: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Table 24: Downloads: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

Table 25: Downloads: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Table 26: Electrical Goods: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

Table 27: Electrical Goods: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Table 28: Electrical Goods: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Table 29: Electrical Goods: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

Table 30: Electrical Goods: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Table 31: Food & Drink: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

Table 32: Food & Drink: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Table 33: Food & Drink: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Table 34: Food & Drink: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

Table 35: Food & Drink: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Table 36: Health & Beauty: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

Table 37: Health & Beauty: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Table 38: Health & Beauty: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Table 39: Health & Beauty: Turnover per card (US$) : 2010 – 2014

Table 40: Health & Beauty: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Table 41: Homewares: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

Table 42: Homewares: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Table 43: Homewares: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Table 44: Homewares: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

Table 45: Homewares: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Table 46: Mobile top-up: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

Table 47: Mobile top-up: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Table 48: Mobile top-up: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Table 49: Mobile top-up: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

Table 50: Mobile top-up: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Table 51: Motor fuel: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

Table 52: Motor fuel: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Table 53: Motor fuel: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Table 54: Motor fuel: Turnover per card (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Table 55: Motor fuel: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Table 56: Others: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

Table 57: Others: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Table 58: Others: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Table 59: Others: Turnover per card (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Table 60: Others: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Figures

Figure 1: Airlines, Hotels: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

Figure 2: Airlines, Hotels: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Figure 3: Airlines, Hotels: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Figure 4: Airlines, Hotels: Turnover per card (USD), 2010 – 2014

Figure 5: Airlines, Hotels: Value of transactions (US$ Millions), 2010 – 2014

Figure 6: CDs/DVDs/Games/Books: Average Transaction Value US$, 2010 – 2014

Figure 7: CDs/DVDs/Games/Books: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Figure 8: CDs/DVDs/Games/Books: Number of Transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Figure 9: CDs/DVDs/Games/Books: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

Figure 10: CDs/DVDs/Games/Books: Value of Transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Figure 11: Clothing & Footwear: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

Figure 12: Clothing & Footwear:-Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Figure 13: Clothing & Footwear: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Figure 14: Clothing & Footwear: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

Figure 15: Clothing & Footwear: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Figure 16: DIY and Gardening:-Average Transaction Value(US$), 2010 – 2014

Figure 17: DIY and Gardening: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Figure 18: DIY and Gardening: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Figure 19: DIY and Gardening: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

Figure 20: DIY and Gardening: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Figure 21: Downloads: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

Figure 22: Downloads: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Figure 23: Downloads: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Figure 24: Downloads: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

Figure 25: Downloads: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Figure 26: Electrical Goods: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

Figure 27: Electrical Goods: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Figure 28: Electrical Goods: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Figure 29: Electrical Goods: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

Figure 30: Electrical Goods: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Figure 31: Food & Drink: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

Figure 32: Food & Drink: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Figure 33: Food & Drink: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Figure 34: Food & Drink: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

Figure 35: Food & Drink: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Figure 36: Health & Beauty: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

Figure 37: Health & Beauty: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Figure 38: Health & Beauty: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Figure 39: Health & Beauty: Turnover per card (US$) : 2010 – 2014

Figure 40: Health & Beauty: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Figure 41: Homewares: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

Figure 42: Homewares: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Figure 43: Homewares: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Figure 44: Homewares: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

Figure 45: Homewares: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Figure 46: Mobile top-up: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

Figure 47: Mobile top-up: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Figure 48: Mobile top-up: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Figure 49: Mobile top-up: Turnover per card (US$), 2010 – 2014

Figure 50: Mobile top-up: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Figure 51: Motor fuel: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

Figure 52: Motor fuel: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Figure 53: Motor fuel: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Figure 54: Motor fuel: Turnover per card (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Figure 55: Motor fuel: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Figure 56: Others: Average Transaction Value (US$), 2010 – 2014

Figure 57: Others: Frequency of use (Tx/card/year), 2010 – 2014

Figure 58: Others: Number of transactions (Millions), 2010 – 2014

Figure 59: Others: Turnover per card (US$m), 2010 – 2014

Figure 60: Others: Value of transactions (US$m), 2010 – 2014

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