Father’s Day vs. Mother’s Day Spending

According to the National Retail Federation, 2015 Father’s Day consumers in the United States will spend $115.57 per person, totaling $12.7 billion compared to the $21.2 billion spent on Mother’s Day. The gap between Mother’s Day and Father’s Day spending continues to widen as Mother’s Day spending hit a new all-time high this year, the second time in three years this record has been broken.

Only one year since 2002 has Father’s Day spending per person been higher than Mother’s Day.

Reference: Father’s Day vs. Mother’s Day Spending


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