Men aren't willing to shop online as much as women, survey finds

March 19 2018 by Lauren Thomas of CNBC

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Women are increasingly more reliant on the internet to make purchases, while men still prefer bricks and mortar, according to a new survey from First Insight.

The survey found that men are less likely to use Amazon to shop for the best price. Fewer men also subscribe to Amazon Prime, and fewer embrace mobile shopping, according to the study.

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