With Mother's Day around the corner, Americans are looking to find the perfect gift for Mom. While you can't buy a Mother's love, you can at least buy a great gift. TopCashback.com, a website that monitors consumer spending, is sharing their Mother's Day survey results. They found three quarters of Americans (75%) plan to buy a Mother's Day gift and 3 in 5 (60%) say they'll likely spend between $6 and $50 on their matriarch.
The survey polled a cross section of 1,135 adults, aged 18 and over, on their purchasing habits for the second Sunday of May. Here's what it found.
What Mom Really Wants on Her Special Day:
Spending quality time with the kids (55%)
Breakfast, lunch and/or dinner (47%)
Gift card (43%)
Participating in a family activity (41%)
Something homemade (37%)
Here's what Americans Plan to Get/Do for Mom:
Spending quality time with Mom (37%)
A greeting card (35%)
Breakfast, lunch and/or dinner (32%)
Gift card (30%)
TopCashback.com also found 46% of Americans will purchase Mom's gift at Walmart, 37% will shop at a department store and one in three (33%) will shop at Target.
Top 3 Ways to Celebrate Mom Without Breaking the Bank:
Shop sales and deals (72%)
Use e coupons (48%)
Shop via a cashback site (44%)
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