A new survey finds: 53% of Americans say they are proud if others consider them a bargain-hunter.
54% take the label “cheap” as a compliment. The average person would be willing to drive an hour to a store for a good deal on an item they want.
25% of people say something must be at least 50% off to be a good deal.
25% of people say they are unlikely to purchase an item at full price. 75% are willing to wait a month before purchasing something to see if it goes on sale.
Of course not all deals save people money, with 41% admitting they “always” or “often” buy something they don’t need just because they found a great deal.