Consumers are expected to spend about 10% more on Easter this year

04/8/2011 | Display & Design Ideas · Direct Marketing News

Consumers are expected to spend an average of $131.04 per person on Easter this year, up from $118.60 in 2010, as they increase spending on candy, food and new clothes for spring, according to NRF's 2011 Consumer Intentions and Actions survey. Only about 14.8% of consumers will do their shopping online, but those who do plan to spend an average of $96 more per person than strictly brick-and-mortar shoppers.

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