Valentine’s Day purchasing is expected to go up this year, with gains foreseen in apparel, jewelry and, most notably, online purchasing.
That’s the conclusion of a study on purchasing intentions for the holiday just two weeks away, on Feb. 14, conducted by BIGinsight for the National Retail Federation. More than 5,800 consumers were interviewed between Jan. 2 and Jan. 9.
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