Important Message

NZ Online Shopping Trends 2022

Here are some noteworthy online shopping trends for 2022, presented by Parcelport:

  1. In 2022, there were a total of 53.9 million online transactions, which marked a 5% decrease compared to the figures from 2021. However, there was a significant 45% increase when compared to the data from 2019.

  2. The average shopping cart size in 2022 amounted to $113. This indicates a modest 1% increase compared to the figures from 2021 and a substantial 12% increase when compared to data from 2019.

  3. On average, online shoppers in 2022 conducted 27 transactions throughout the year, with an average annual spending amounting to $3,083.

  4. In 2022, there was a notable 13% decrease in the number of online shoppers as compared to the year 2021.

  5. In contrast, the in-store retail spending for 2022 reached a total of $51 billion, which represented a significant 7% increase compared to the figures from 2021 and a remarkable 13% increase when compared to data from 2019.
Share the Post:

Related Posts


9 Dec 2023

NZ Online Spending Patterns 2022

While nearly a quarter of shoppers indicated an increase in their overall spending in the past year, this percentage jumps



17 Nov 2023

NZ Retail Spending Patterns 2022

2022 brought significant changes, with 59% of shoppers adjusting their spending behaviors compared to 2021. Among the surveyed shoppers, 35%



16 Nov 2023

NZ Online Retail Data – Highlights 2022

A return to a sense of normalcy post-COVID became evident during the second quarter of 2022. It was expected that



27 Mar 2023

Scam Alert!!!

We have noticed a scam text message circulating in New Zealand with the following content: “Good news! We’ve collected your

mu zhang


19 Oct 2021

Tuesday 19th October – Important NZ Post Update – Limited Collections

Hi there,  We are continuing to see sustained demand for online shopping in Auckland. As a result, we’re delivering nearly

Jing Han


18 Aug 2021

Important Information – NZ Post

Please do not send parcels to businesses that are closed at Alert Level 4 If Alert Levels are extended, we

Jing Han