The Swirl platform is currently deployed at retailers throughout the U.S. and Canada, including Lord & Taylor, Hudson's Bay, Urban Outfitters, Alex & Ani, Kenneth Cole and Timberland stores.
More than half of consumers are either unsure or not confident at all in the security of their personal information when shopping both in-store and online.
Eighty-one percent of survey respondents said the accessibility of discount, deal and coupon sites have affected their willingness to pay full price. In fact, 35 percent said they never pay full price for items online.
Consumers still have a lot of shopping to do, and more than half will shop over Thanksgiving weekend.
Nearly 90 percent of millennials said they had made an impulse purchase, compared to just 56 percent of seniors.
Survey finds 78 percent of consumers think gift cards make shopping easy, but one in three consumers feels guilty putting them on their wish lists.
Younger consumers are the most likely to shop in physical stores Thanksgiving Thursday through Cyber Monday, with 25-34 year-olds most likely to shop in a store on Thanksgiving and millennials most likely to shop in stores on Black Friday.
Survey found some 30 percent of respondents want to use the mobile wallets but are unsure where they're accepted.
Yes, you read that right. What's more, the mobile network provider predicts that units will exceed 6.1 billion by 2020.
Of the consumers surveyed, 72 percent have previously bought a gift card from an online website or mobile website/app.
Millennials are the most likely to shop on those dates.
The number one type of product for which survey respondents are most likely to use a holiday rebate is electronics (51 percent). Twenty-six percent said they’d use a rebate for toys, and 21 percent would use a rebate for batteries.
More than 2 billion coupons were redeemed during the first nine months of 2014.
With moms on the go, smartphones in hand, the study finds that a majority use their mobile device specifically for shopping while in-store.
The Nielsen Global Survey of Private Label polled more than 30,000 Internet respondents in 60 countries to understand how consumer perceptions about private-label quality, value, assortment and packaging translate into sales around the world.