Mother may or may not know best, but she does come first for kids this year as a new survey shows children are more concerned with their Mother’s Day gifts than those for dad.
A new survey from online coupon site RetailMeNot.com found 67% of people are more concerned about what they are getting mom for Mother’s Day than they are about what to give their dad for Father’s Day.
Children plan to spend conservatively to show their gratitude to mom this year, with 42% typically spending up to $40. Twenty-two percent will spend between $41 to $60 and 23% will spend $61 or more. Thirteen percent plan to not give a gift to mom at all.
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