There’s widespread outrage today, after it emerged that experiencing the Christmas spirit at Harrods in London will come at a hefty cost indeed.
Harrods’ management has announced that only customers who fork out a minimum of £2,000 across the luxury department store will be allowed to enter the Christmas grotto. And to add insult to injury, visiting the grotto carries an extra £20 fee per child.
But according to management, the rule was set because of ‘high demand’ and ‘limited slots.’
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