Online sales have escalated during this pandemic quite unanticipated its for the same reason everyone knows #Covid19 changed out life styles and habits, so is consumer buying behavior. In US auto vendors are offering touch less free auto buying or curb side buying which means paper work online and keys can be delivered at door or on curbside.
What to expect from this year festival season? Although shopping trends have changed and customers are encouraged to buy online their most of the essentials but still brick shopping is inevitable. Precautions and split holidays sale will be in SOP list of the retailers. Brands instead focusing on one day are choosing multiples days for Halloween, Black Friday and Thanksgiving. Hence festival season used to start in November earlier is just kicking off this weekend.
- Walmart said Wednesday that it will have in-store Black Friday sales, but it’s breaking them up into three different sales events.
- The big-box retailer is taking safety precautions, such as having employees distribute sanitized shopping carts and limiting the number of customers inside the store.
- Scott McCall, executive vice president and chief merchandising officer for Walmart U.S., said the company wants to deliver on low prices, convenience and safety — no matter how customers choose to shop.