Consumers Predicted To Holiday Shop At Thrift Stores Amid Inflation, Supply Chain Worries

Consumers Predicted To Holiday Shop At Thrift Stores Amid Inflation, Supply Chain Worries


As high inflation and supply chain bottlenecks continue to plague the United States economy, one report suggests that a sizable portion of consumers will holiday shop with these phenomena in mind.

According to ThredUp’s survey of 2,000 American adults over the age of eighteen, 52% of consumers are worried that “popular gifts will be more expensive this year.” Meanwhile, 53% plan to “adjust their holiday shopping to account for shipping delays,” while one in three believe “limited inventory will make it difficult to find gifts.”

The report says that Americans plan to thrift items like Converse sneakers, LuLulemon track jackets, Patagonia fleeces, and Ugg boots. Overall, 49% of consumers plan to use thrift stores and consignment shops.

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