New Valentine’s Day research (across 1,000 UK shoppers) from leading retail and shopper marketing agency, Savvy, has today revealed that 37 percent of UK shoppers are planning to get involved in Valentine’s Day this year and predicts spending for this
Fewer Brits are marking Valentine’s Day this year, with only just over half of us saying we’ll join in – down from seven in 10 in previous years. A third of us are still planning on buying a gift, however,
Vista Retail Support: 73% of UK consumers say personalised offers boost in-store spending for Valentine’s Day
73% of UK consumers will spend more in stores on Valentine’s Day if they receive personalised offers via their smartphones, while 54% believe that hyper-local promotions relating to stores or localities will also increase their romantic expenditure, research from Vista
Brits could be set to splash out in excess of £128 million on gifts, hotels and dining out in the run up to Valentine’s Day, according to the latest data from Worldpay. Analysis of consumer spending patterns on 14 February
he UK’s leading premium chilled dessert brand is anticipating a major surge this Valentine’s Day, as amorous Britons opt for a special night in on the most romantic night of the year. Luxury dessert brand Gü Puds is predicting a 90%
Hammerson’s Retail Tracker (HART), which monitors sales activity across its shopping centres, reported a like for like sales uplift of 4.2% yoy for the seven week period ended 13 February 2016, as shoppers took advantage of New Year sales bargains.
Coniq, the loyalty and marketing platform, has analysed Valentine's Day transactional data derived from its loyalty programmes running across 650 retail and hospitality brands within a sample of 30 shopping centres and town centres.
Valentine’s Day romantics face paying more for a bunch of roses thanks to adverse foreign exchange rates which have driven up the cost of importing flowers from European growers. Research by corporate forex broker Foenix Partners shows that imports of roses
MasterCard Love Index shows shoppers are getting physical, preferring personal purchases and experiences
The move to digital and online shopping shows no sign of slowing down but when it comes to love, shoppers want to get physical. Today MasterCard has revealed that when it comes to expressing love shoppers in the UK and
Residents of Preston are the UK’s most generous Valentine’s Day spenders, according to the latest data from Worldpay. Analysis of consumer spending patterns around Valentine’s Day showed that the average Prestonian spends £53 on Valentine’s Day treats – 18% above the
Retailers must be smarter and more last-minute to halt waning interest in Valentine’s Day, says RadiumOne
The number of UK adults planning to buy Valentine’s Day gifts or cards has dropped to 45% from 50% last year – the equivalent of 2.5m people. according to new research from marketing technology experts RadiumOne. One in four (24%) adults
This Valentine’s Day, lovebirds up and down the country will hit the shops looking for gifts to find the way to their significant other’s heart – and retailers need to be aware of any age restrictions that apply to products
Research by retail predictive analytics firm Blue Yonder has found that nearly 50% of consumers in a relationship have struggled to get their valentine a gift due to lack of stock on the shelves. The nationwide research of 1,300 consumers
Barclaycard data suggests that online retailers could miss out on one of the biggest trading periods of the year as a last minute in-store shopping rush is expected on Valentine’s Day this Sunday.
A Valentine’s Day flower frenzy is kicking off the first major retail holiday of 2015. According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), nearly 38% of consumers will be buying flowers, spending a total of $2.1bn, this Valentine’s Day. SLI Systems, a worldwide
Online retail trends established over Christmas and the new year were confirmed as overall sales rose by 21% during the week before Valentine’s Day, compared to the same period in 2013, and half of all traffic came from mobile devices,
Online retailers should prepare for an influx of calls in the next 48 hours as over half (53%) of UK shoppers say they prefer to talk before placing their last-minute Valentine’s Day gift orders, according to new research released today
The Co-operative Food is launching a raft of new products and offers for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day and Easter. The retailer claims it is spoiling its shoppers on Valentine’s Day with a Truly Irresistible meal deal for two for only
Bricks and mortar retailers will enjoy a sales boost on Valentine’s Day with more than seven out of 10 of those planning to celebrate it claiming they will buy the majority of their purchases on the high street or at
Retail brands are failing to build relationships with their customers on Valentine’s Day and are choosing to bombard them with cut-price offers in a bid to generate quick sales, research from marketing agency United shows. A review of more than 200
The Co-operative Food is launching new lines and promotions in 2012 to target Valentine’s Day. They include a Millionaire’s Dessert, featuring a biscuit crumb topped with caramel sauce, Belgian chocolate mousse and a white and dark chocolate marbled decoration. Truly