Treadmill running or CrossFit? Barre classes or spinning? Low carb or juice cleanse? There are countless ways to get fit, but which are consumers more likely to stick with? Using our data and the power of purchase intelligence, we looked at how consumers are working out and how their spending habits differ by gym choice.
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What can the £10 million drop in Black Friday Spending tell us about spend across the Golden Quarter this year?
Sitting at the halfway point of the Golden Quarter, Black Friday is a crucial bellwether on consumer spending, indicating how retailers are performing and what they can expect over the critical festive period. This year saw Brits spend nearly £10 million less than in 2021 as rising inflation and the cost-of-living crisis tightened consumers’ belts. […]
What Christmas sale spend trends can tell us about retail in 2023 as rewards take centre stage
The ongoing rise in the cost of living has altered the way Brits approached spending in the last 12 months – with the Christmas period providing a clear indicator of today’s state of play. Spending year-on-year flatlined with the average transaction value sitting at around £33 for Christmas 2022 and the previous year. Retail spending […]
Cost-of-living crunch drives consumers to discounters and second-hand marketplaces
LONDON – 8th November 2022 – Cost-conscious consumers are switching to discount brands and second-hand marketplaces which saw double digit spending growth in the first half of the year, a new report from advertising platform Cardlytics finds. The State of Retail Spend report, based on the spending habits of over 24 million UK bank cards […]