Los Angeles – A survey from online shopping site PriceGrabber indicates U.S. consumers are leaning toward practical Father’s Day gifts this year. Almost four-in-10 (38%) consumers plan to purchase practical Father’s Day presents this year, such as tools, auto accessories or appliances.
Nearly one-fifth of respondents (18%) are planning to shop for a tech-type gift such as a computer, tablet or smartphone. Forty-five percent of men plan to buy a practical gift, compared to 33% of women.
Other findings indicate that more than half of respondents (55%) will spend less than $100 this year, while 23% will spend between $100 and $249, 12% will spend more than $250 and 10% do not have a budget. About six-in-10 consumers (59%) will purchase gifts online.