In effect, none.
The context is usually:
Person x "Can you please pass me one of those books?"
Person y (as they hand the book over) "There you go," or "Here you go."
Both represent a kind of fairly informal English.
December 7, 2016
Interesting! In the US, the two phrases are not interchangeable.
"Here you go" is used as described by the two Brits, Andrew and Michael.
"There you go," or "There you go again" points out and mocks the current behavior of whomever you're talking to. Famous example: https://youtu.be/jcYoMNgOfbE
August 30, 2017
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