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Vacation purchase offers? Last minute bargains are still out there.
On their way to the last Christmas weekend, merchants want to draw on the dynamism that in most cases has created one of the best holidays in years. And for those who have been waiting until the last minute, there will be many offers. They may not be approaching what was on Black Friday or Cyber Monday, say retailer analysts, but there are likely to be compelling offers as retailer try to get buyers into shops with more than just discounts on goods not sold this year.
As about 70% of the US budget is linked to consumption, what happens next in shops and commercial centres across the nation is critical. For this Saturday, 23 December, the busy or second best purchasing date of the year is predicted. "Christmas time has generally lived up to expectation so far, and it has really been driven by a powerful launch in November," said Ray Hartjen, senior vice president of marketing/commercial relations for RetailNext, a San Jose, California-based analytical retailer.
" Only because Black Friday and Cyber Monday are stories doesn't mean that good business is done. "I' d think you can look forward to quite tough promotion until Christmas," said Dick Seesel, director of Mequon consultancy Retailing in Focus and former managing director of retailers. "There will be many more promotional activities scheduled in the store calendars," I think.
"Trade is very, very conscious of the agenda and knows which are the largest and which are the last minute categories," Seesel added. "Classifications such as "jewelry, scents - things that are easily bought by last-minute buyers without necessarily caring about height and colour and such things," Seesel said, should be quite common next weekend.
Coupons are selling pretty well in the pre-Christmas time. During the course of the weekly, you will search for the purchasing focal point that is different from saving yourself on-line, while the dispatch screen for on-line purchasing begins to shut between now and Christmas. "In terms of promotional activities, buyers can look forward to meeting after this weekend," Hartjen said.
"Shops and buyers alike know that buying will shift from on-line to in-store, and they also know that times are getting out. But there are many alternative options on the open markets, so it will be important for businesses to reduce traffic congestion with advertising rebates. There are indications that a sharp end to the Christmas period is imminent.
There are a few more takesaways here when the last few trading seasons come: Think about the Christmas deal. When you can hold off, there will be many offers even after Christmas. "Indeed, many retail stores are plotting a massive purchasing event on December 26," said Hartjen. "Buyers are very happy to actually use handsets, and this year' continued impressive rate of expansion in this sector or channel," said Hartjen.
According to ShopperTrak, the 10 busiest malls of the 2017 Christmas period are expected to represent between 40% and 45% of the overall Christmas mileage. The November results indicate that Christmas sales - measured as November and December - are on course to match or surpass the NRF's 3.6% to 4% year-on-year growth outlook.