Even though most people don't plan to buy more Christmas gifts than last year, shopping will also burden your wallet. The majority of respondents spent an average of 10-50 thousand for Christmas gifts, and shopping at the mall was still more popular than online shopping – said Jófogás online research.
According to the survey, most users, 38 percent, were more than six lovers. The results also revealed that most respondents (40 percent) tried to buy 50,000 prizes, but there were some (18 percent) who only (or wanted) 5-10 thousand forints. A quarter of respondents spend between 50-100 thousand forints, between 100-200 thousand between 8 and between 2-300 thousand, and 4 percent for around 3-400 thousand forints. Even with small numbers (2 percent), but even those who spend more than 400,000 for their loved ones.
More than half of the fillers (52 percent) did not plan to spend more than last year but reached more than one-tenth of them (13 percent), while 35 percent could not comment.
The Plaza continues to hit the webshop
It seems that the crowd, the long lines, and even the stock that runs in front of our noses, does not make consumers choose the classic form of Christmas shopping, namely shops. Only 32 percent plan to buy this surprise at the webshop this year, while 68 percent say it is a place to shop.
Apparently, most respondents (36%) started shopping in early December, and many (30%) launched hunting prizes in the fall. 16 percent a week or more before the holidays, while 19 percent claimed to leave everything until the last minute.