Mothers Day is May 12th. But What Does Your Mom Actually Want?
Mother's Day is next Sunday. What's that? You'd totally forgotten? Bad news: She knows. Somehow she knows. She always knows.
Here are some results from a new survey about what we're planning to do for Mother's Day this year . . .
76% of people are planning to buy their mom a gift, which is up from 70% last year.
It's also way higher than Father's Day, where only 61% of people bought a present last year.
We're also planning to spend $30 more in 2019 than we did in 2018. The average person spent $58 on Mother's Day last year . . . this time around they're going to drop $88.
But what does your mom actually want? Half of them say they want a nice dinner . . . and the rest are split evenly between getting flowers or a gift card.