Mother’s Day ecommerce revenues jump 54% year-on-year as retailers see online sales bloom

UK ecommerce retailers saw online revenues bloom in the lead up to Mother’s Day (27 March, 2022), up 54% year-on-year (YOY) and up two-fold on pre-pandemic levels, as traffic to ecommerce websites ahead of the day dedicated to celebrating mums also rose 32% compared to 2021, latest data from Wunderkind, reveals.

The growing demand for Mother’s Day follows the popularity of the 2021 iteration, when UK spend for Mothering Sunday was tipped to have exceeded £1.34billion, according to Statista. Wunderkind’s data showed a double surge in sales, with the biggest spike in online revenues taking place on Thursday 17 March, when online sales jumped +80% on the daily average for the two week period preceding Mother’s Day. A second surge took place on Mothering Sunday itself, when revenues rose by +72% on the daily average for the same period.

Sales on Mother’s Day itself jumped +164% on the previous Sunday (20 March vs 27 March) and this ‘same day’ online gifting trend follows that of 2021, when Deliveroo said it saw sales of Mother’s Day gifts increase by over 80% on its platform, with flowers the most ordered ‘last minute’ gift item last year.

Meanwhile, rather than the surges seen in the Mother’s Day online sales spikes, web traffic followed a steadier trajectory in the build up to the gifting day, rising +15% week-on-week, and up +31% versus 2021.

Jon Halley, Regional Vice President EMEA at Wunderkind, commented:

“Mother’s Day has blossomed into a key gifting day for retailers and consumers alike. The online increases in sales we have seen year-on-year are particularly marked because last year digital was the only shopping channel available during lockdown. Even with physical stores open this year, we are continuing to see the rise of ecommerce play out in shoppers’ buying behaviours, as demand for online shopping shows […]

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