It is no secret that women love to shop and they feel guilty after shopping. Some women are not so open about feeling the shopping guilt especially when the conversation turns to spending money. There is a survey that reviews how women shop and how they feel about their shopping purchases, this could range from Milly dresses or several pairs of shoes or just about anything that is considered part of the shopping experience. A leading daily deals site based in the US conducted a survey of more than five hundred women. The survey results revealed women’s shopping habits for necessity (groceries, gifts for loved ones) and non-necessity goods (clothes such as a Milly dress, accessories such as jewelries, shoes).
The results showed that women will make effort to save their money when making purchases at malls and stores through buying discounted items, promo codes or coupons. 93% stated that they enjoy shopping with these tools to help them save more money. 83% of women surveyed said that they use sites that offer coupons in order to save when shopping. A lot of those women surveyed also revealed that they subscribe or sign up for savings or coupons through email especially for products that are considered as brand name products. More than 67% of these women also revealed that they carry around guilt after their shopping spree because of the price. Some of them also admitted to hiding their purchase in the trunk of their car so they cannot see them.