Money can't buy happiness but that doesn't mean a lot of us aren't going to try.
A survey of over 3,400 people by RetailMeNot finds two out of three Americans say as personal pushback against the Coronavirus, they plan to spend the same amount or MORE during the holidays this year compared to last year.
Americans are determined to make the end of 2020 cheerful shelling out an average of $775, about $115 more than last year.
According to Yahoo News,
National Retail Federation Chief Economist Jack Kleinhenz said in a press release, “After all they’ve been through, we think there’s going to be a psychological factor that they owe it to themselves and their families to have a better-than-normal holiday.”