ICSC’s Post-Thanksgiving Weekend Survey Results Show More Than 200 Million Shopped Over the Weekend
ATTN: Retail/Real Estate/Business Editors and Reporters
WHAT: Consumer shopping behavior data for Thanksgiving Weekend
WHEN: The ICSC Post-Thanksgiving Weekend Report encompasses two surveys conducted online on November 25, 2022, and November 28, 2022, with a demographically representative U.S. sample of 1,005 and 1,008, respectively.
QUOTE: “The early start to the shopping season didn’t stop people from shopping on Black Friday and throughout the holiday weekend, including Cyber Monday – and consumers indicated they still have more shopping to do. Discount department stores saw particularly strong traffic, and in-store shopping overall was positive as deals extended across the weekend. Not surprisingly, shoppers are seeking the best prices and deals and seem willing to wait until they can find them. “
- Tom McGee, President & CEO, ICSC
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Vice President, Research & Public Relations