With Mother’s Day approaching rapidly, millions of sons and daughters are scrambling to think of something special to do for mom this weekend.
If you’re still thinking flowers (because you can’t think of anything else), you may want to think again.
Kara Kamenec recently posted a helpful Mother’s Day gift roundup on LogicBuy.
“According to The National Retail Federation survey conducted by BIGinsight,” Kamenec writes, “14% of buyers say they intend to buy something electronic for Mom in 2013, the highest electronic spend ever for the holiday. Additionally, more consumers have reported they are looking to buy group gifts this year in order to get Mom costly gifts without exhausting their individual bank accounts.”
Consumers are poised to spend an average of $168.94 on Mom this year.
If you still need help figuring out what to get your dear mother, check out Kara’s “Mother’s Day Gift Roundup: All you need to Know about Scoring the Best Gift for Mom this Year.”