The biggest chunk – $422 – will go toward gifts for family members. Friends, teachers, coworkers and pets also will get a little something this year, according to the research.
And, self-gifting continues to increase in popularity. Six in 10 shoppers plan to spend an average of $134 on “self-gifting” this holiday season.
When it comes to holiday wishlists, the usual culprits cropped up again: toys, DVDs, video games, electronics, jewelry, clothing, food, beauty items and books. But this year, more shoppers than ever told NRF they’d prefer a gift card.
The Daily Journal’s business team perused various retailers’ wish lists and best-selling items. These gifts, all available in Northeast Mississippi stores, got our attention.
-Carlie Kollath Wells and Dennis Seid