How much Americans plan to spend on holiday gifts this year


Far fewer shoppers will get holiday gifts this year at brick and mortar stores, even as they are concerned about whether they'll get the gifts State order online. Julie Ryan Evans, the consumer safety editor at security nerd, says a survey of 1500 choppers around the country found a big drop in people planning to buy gifts in traditional stores This year. They're going toe Stay home, maybe shop online more that kind of thing or cut spending altogether, and 43% say they're going to scale back on in person holiday gift exchanges and get togethers with friends and family. So there's just gonna be. I think a lot fewer people in stores going out to get Goetz and to exchange gifts and personal says it's that he also found about 40% of shoppers worried that packages they order will be stolen from porches. Now

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