Holiday shopping is changing in Windsor

Kush Mendiratta
By Kush Mendiratta December 15, 2017 16:19

E-commerce on Amazon.ca. Photo by Kush Mendiratta.

Christmas is all about shopping – in stores and, increasingly, online.

With the cold weather conditions, consumers are able to stay at home and click away on their electronic
devices.

But some local retailers say many people still prefer to go to the shops in person.

“Every year, the e-commerce is getting bigger and bigger,” said Andrew Le, an employee at BB Branded.

“People just like the comfort of shopping at home,” added Le. “But, people like still coming in touching the stuff they
are getting, seeing their fits and checking if product is legit.”

Meanwhile, others prefer to stay at home and be in comfort while shopping.

“E-commerce or online shopping, I can stay at home at the comfort with my chair, sitting on my computer and getting everything delivered to me at house, where I don’t have to dress up and leave in this cold weather,” said Glen Bacarro, an e-commerce consumer.

With just 10 days left for Christmas shopping, both online and bricks-and- mortar retail shops are
expected to get a boost in sales.

Kush Mendiratta
By Kush Mendiratta December 15, 2017 16:19

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