Infographic: Psychology of Holiday Shopping

Tis' the season of giving, and wouldn’t it be nice to have Santa's sleigh to navigate the busy malls! According to a new survey, 35 percent of shoppers do whatever they can to avoid crowded stores. This has led to more people shopping online and using their smartphone or tablet to find holiday deals.

Still, there are many who enjoy the holiday hustle and bustle. 23 percent say they love the holiday shopping experience. Check out our new infographic The Psychology of Holiday Shopping to see how your behavior compares.

 

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