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Lions Tickets The Hottest Item In June

Sunday 3 July 2005

For Immediate Release

Lions Tickets The Hottest Item In June

Lions tickets were the most popular search item last month according to the latest Trade Me figures.

Lions tickets jumped from number 18 to number 1 with 38,012 searches, knocking Playboy down to second place.

The recent launch of Trade Me Property is also evident in the search results, with Auckland house making its debut at number 16 with 15,386 searches.

Local designer Karen Walker is still performing well in the number 6 position, but rival label Roxy enjoys a slight lead with 24,986 searches.

The full list of the top 20 search items for June 2005 is listed below.

The latest Neilsen//NetRatings figures show Trade Me had over 2 million unique NZ visitors in June. It has over 1 million New Zealand members and 415,000 listings.

ENDS

Consumer Item June Ranking (May in brackets) Searches In June

Lions Tickets 1 (18) 38012
Playboy Clothing 2 (1) 36566
iPod 3 (2) 35872
Runescape 4 (5) 25994
Roxy 5 (4) 24986
Karen Walker 6 (3) 24617
Evo 7 (9) 24022
Rx7 8 (8) 22794
Star Wars 9 (6) 19403
Mp3 Players 10 (15) 18482
Tupperware 11 (7) 17319
Toyota 12 (New) 16481
Nike 13 (10) 15726
Louis Vuitton 14 (13) 15524
Gucci 15 (14) 15433
Auckland House 16 (New) 15386
Bratz 17 (16) 14781
Ford 18 (New) 14432
Holden 19 (New) 14303
Tools 20 (New) 14272

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