Even the pressure of the cost of living won’t stop people from opening their hearts (and wallets) for the woman who means it all this Mother’s Day.
According to the Australian Retailers Association (ARA) and Roy Morgan, Australians will spend $925 million on gifts this year, an increase of $166 million from 2022, with flowers, alcohol, food and gift cards on the rise. top of the list.
One-fifth celebrate the occasion with a meal at a restaurant, and 38% pamper their mother with a feast at home.
Those planning to buy gifts spend an average of $92 per person, with 84% planning to spend the same or more than last year.
“With continued cost of living pressure, many will make exceptions to ruin their mothers and possibly other special people in their lives,” said ARA CEO Paul Zahra. says.
“We usually see shoppers become selfless. People may be reluctant to indulge themselves due to the high cost of living, but they are still keen to splash out on their loved ones. is.”
A new survey by ShopFully Australia reveals that 93.8% plan to head to the store to buy gifts, and 31.9% are looking for something sentimental and show love.
According to Brendan Straw, Country Manager, ShopFully Australia, fashion is a hot category, with nearly half of shoppers reporting that they rely on clothes, shoes and accessories.
“Mother’s Day is a very sentimental occasion, but shoppers are keen to buy gifts that are practical, needed and guaranteed to be used often,” he says.
“Beauty, home and kitchen products are also among the top categories for consumer purchases.
“Regardless of budget, retailers have gone to great lengths to curate gifting options and deals. don’t forget to.”
Meanwhile, according to Big W data, the best-selling categories for Mother’s Day are cosmetics, skincare and knitwear.
The retailer expects books and tech to be the big winners, as “we head into the last days before Mother’s big day.”
Check out our top 30* gift ideas for all types of mothers.
Send flowers that never wither or need to be watered. $89 from Target.
A convenient design that allows you to cook from start to finish in one pot. $129 from Harvey Norman.
This pack takes mom to a sunny garden full of flowers and my time in the well-deserved afternoon. $80 from T2.
She can create her own design, attach it to the mug, and let the press do the rest. $288 from Office Works.
Just ask Alexa to play your favorite shows, music and podcasts from Prime Video, Netflix, Spotify and more. $429 from Amazon Australia.
Pack your body cleanser, scrub and lotion in a cosmetic case for convenient travel and storage. $100 from Endota.
Made from the finest double-faced Australian sheepskin to keep your ears warm. $59.95 from Emu Australia.
Keeps your cosmetics, perfumes, and facial equipment cool and protected. $59 at Kmart.
Transform any room with finely tuned stereo sound and rich bass that her music deserves. $399 from JB Hi-Fi.
It features a built-in GPS that tracks real-time pace and distance to help moms reach their optimal intensity levels. $265 from Good Guy.
Its light and airy rose top notes fade into beautiful warm and rich geranium bottom notes. $44.95 from Gather + Harvest.
Whether your mom likes to talk over a glass of wine or discover exotic places, a RedBalloon gift card will help you create memories that will be cherished forever. Starting at $25 from RedBalloon.
Adds radiance and instantly smooths the look with just one use. $360 from Nu Skin.
Packed with expert health advice on diet, exercise, skincare and more. Buy from womenshealthdiary.com.au for $19.99 or visit your nearest newsagent or post office.
You can pour wine without removing the cork and keep the rest of the bottle for months. Includes accessories. $735 from Coravin.
Treat her with a Hoyts Lux gift card for an intimate cinema experience while dining at the cinema. New releases include Book Club: The Next Chapter. From $30 from Hoyts.
A triple whitening toothpaste and an electric toothbrush neatly packed in the Terry Tolling Cosmetic Bag. Starting at $120 Gems.
The rose quartz crystal brings good vibes with every sip. $109 from pmd beauty.
With 40 hours of battery life and a foldable design, it’s perfect for stylish moms on the go. $299.95 from Skullcandy.
The scent of summer fruits, cassis and florals spreads on the nose. $23.99 from Dan Murphys.
The perfect gift to take a break and enjoy a delicious and relaxing drink. Big W from $15.
Perfect for any outfit. $14 at Kmart.
It’s sure to become her new favorite handbag! $149 from Iconic.
The stunning jasmine floral print will keep mommy warm on those chilly winter nights. $84.95 from Magnolia Lounge.
Candace tells it straight – from the pivotal moment that almost broke her to the extraordinary turning point that held her up. Big W from $24.
The perfect balance of comfort and style. $320 from Lady Kate.
You can keep the plants on her desk healthy at the office or display fresh herbs on the kitchen bench all year round.$42.90 from Bunnings.
Includes BB Process Spritz, Milk Chocolate Rocky Road, Marshmallow Block, Chocolate Coated Freeze Dried Strawberry. $35 from Junie Licorice and Chocolate.
With unique button detailing, these boots add a stylish edge to any winter look. $25 from Reject Shop.
This miracle peanut paste can restore a child from severe malnutrition in as little as six weeks. Three sachets a day are all you need to save a child’s life. $71 from UNICEF.
*Price at the time of publication.
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