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After the Holidays, Everyone Returns to Shopping For Themselves

Gap. Photo via Racked Miami
Gap. Photo via Racked Miami

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A new report from coupon site RetailMeNot says 63 percent of shoppers will be browsing this year's end of season sales for themselves. Survey participants said they planned to spend an average of $160, with men planning to spend substantially more than women. Sales promise to be pretty prime this year due to a shopping season that peaked late, with many shoppers holding out until the last minute to complete their holiday hauls.
· Selfless Giving Shifts to Selfish Shopping Post-Holidays: More Than Half of Consumers Plan to Shop for Themselves During After-Christmas Sales [RetailMeNot]
· 29 After-Christmas Sales to Drain All Your Gift Cards [Racked]