Online purchases are gaining dominance over buying in stores, with three-fourths (75%) of surveyed millennial shoppers - and more than half (53%) of Gen X shoppers - indicating they shopped in a store and left without a purchase only to end up buying the item online.
Australians are expected to spend $10.7 billion this Christmas, an average of $573 each, according to a new survey which reveals that millennials — or those between the ages of 22 and 36 in 2018 — will be some of the more generous spenders, splurging far more on gifts than the national average.
Aussie shoppers are expected to splurge $11 billion on Christmas spending this year — with shopping online proving more popular than last year — and with Saturday, 16 December, likely to see six million Australians do most of their shopping, according to a new report.
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