Limited holiday gatherings, reduced gift giving, and virtual gift exchanges are all signs of the time
BELLEVUE, Wash., Oct. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The annual Coinstar® Holiday Survey fielded among 2,009 U.S. adults reports that the COVID-19 pandemic will influence how the majority of Americans will celebrate the holiday season this year. Among those respondents, 40% will not travel to visit relatives nor attend or host holiday gatherings. Despite these changes, nearly one-third (32%) of say they will make the best of the holidays season.
Top Coinstar Holiday Survey findings:
Well over half (56%) say COVID-19 will influence how they celebrate the holiday season. Nearly one-third (31%) admit they would skip the holidays this year if it were a viable option
Nearly half (49%) of Americans would consider “Christmas in July” 2021 to have in-person holiday gatherings
Half (50%) of Americans plan to give fewer