Although most people do not intend to spend more Christmas gifts than last year, shopping will also burden their wallet. Most respondents spend an average of 10-50 thousand forints for Christmas gifts, shopping in a shopping center is still more popular than online shopping – it was revealed by the Jófogás online survey.
Instead of 50,000
According to the survey, most users, 38 percent, have more than six fans. The results also showed that most respondents (40 percent) are trying to buy a 50,000 forint gift, but there are many (18 percent) who need only 5-10 thousand forints. A quarter of respondents spend between 50-100 thousand forints, between 100-200 thousand between 8 and 2-3 thousand and 4 percent for about 3-4 thousand thousand forints. Even with a small number (2 percent), but also those who consume more than 400,000 for their loved ones.
More than half of the filler (52 percent) does not intend to spend more than last year, but represents more than a tenth (13 percent), while 35 percent could not comment on it.
Plaza still concerns the online store
It seems that the crowds, long queues and even supplies that run before our nose do not prevent consumers from choosing the classic form of Christmas shopping, that is, stores. Only 32 percent of them plan to buy this site this year, and 68 percent think it is a shopping site.
It turned out that most respondents (36 percent) started shopping early in early December and a large (30 percent) launch of a gift in autumn. 16 percent a week or so before the holidays, while 19 percent admit to leaving until the last minute.