Shopping is something that all of us participate in. Whether you like brick and mortar stores, online stores, or a mix of both, shopping is a necessity for us to get many of the things we need. But what about the things we purchase simply because we want them? Do you ever go into the store for one item and come out with several additional items? Have you noticed different shopping tendencies when you shop online versus in person?
If any of the questions above intrigued you, check out the latest installment of Wallet Watch. “The Psychology of Shopping” is a candid conversation about shopping habits, marketing tactics, couponing, and more. The hosts and Senior Financial Educator, Ian Duncanson, go over their personal shopping experiences, best practices, and how they handle retail therapy.
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