A recent Coresight Research study suggests that this upcoming holiday season will be one when previous trends will reverse or shift as consumers consider how they feel about where and when they spend money.
The COVID-19 pandemic will cause a significant and long-term change in shopping behavior, a Zion & Zion study indicated.
Shopkick surveyed more than 16,000 consumers across the country to gain insights into 2020 shopping habits. The shopping rewards app looked at purchasing behavior, the use of mobile, brand loyalty and more.
Super Saturday (December 21) continues to be the biggest shopping day of the year with an estimated 147.8 million U.S. consumers expected to participate, up from 134.3 million last year, according to the annual survey released by the National Retail Federation and Prosper Insights & Analytics.
More than half of consumers began shopping for the holiday by the first week of November and almost a quarter of purchases were made by then, according to an annual survey published by the National Retail Federation and Prosper Insights & Analytics.
Weeks before the Thanksgiving holiday and what traditionally was the start of the holiday shopping season, consumers have been out buying gifts. But for many, the annual trek to their favorite store or local mall has not yet begun.
The consumer spend will gain but experiences continue to weigh against product purchasing as the holiday season approaches, according to Deloitte’s annual Holiday Survey. Two-thirds of respondents stated that they plan to spend on travel or socializing outside their homes as part of their year-end festivities.
With the holiday shopping season on the horizon, Target is building on several current programs officials with the retailer said will make finding the right gift for family and friends easier.
Consumers are expected to spend more this holiday season, according to data from The NPD Group, but how shoppers allocate their dollars could present new challenges for retailers.
Members of Generation Z influence a significant amount of household purchases and enjoy spending their own money, according to the latest issue of the Consumer View report released by the National Retail Federation.
With the back-to-school/back-to-college shopping season in full swing across many parts of the country, the challenge of finding the right products for those heading back to class is again facing students and their families.
Retailers with brick-and-mortar and e-commerce operations continue to benefit from having both, according to a recent study from the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC).
According to consulting firm Deloitte, 2019 back-to-school spending should come in flat to slightly higher versus last year, likely up about 1.8%, with gains largely occurring online.