New York, NY (PRWEB) April 08, 2013
Consumers will spend billions on chocolate bunnies, Peeps, and jelly beans on Easter this year, if last year’s spending is any indication. According to an infographic recently released by Promocode4Share, Americans average $145 on the child-driven holiday.
The infographic, posted on Promocode4Share’s blog, released several other fun statistics, including the fact that when consuming chocolate bunnies, 76 percent of respondents say they bite the ears first, as opposed to the 24 percent who start at the other end. Promocode4Share also compared the time taken to manufacture one marshmallow Peep today as compared to 60 years ago. In 1953, one Peep required 27 hours, where today, that same peep can be manufactured in six minutes.
The infographic combines data from three different statistical sites to provide a fun glimpse at what was originally celebrated solely as a Christian holiday. Because Easter ushers in spring, Easter bunnies serve as the symbol of the season while doubling as a symbol for new life. The chick, also a favorite part of Easter, is another great symbol of new life and eggs, according to the Promocode4Share infographic, symbolize the tomb where Jesus remained for three days and nights following his crucifixion.
Promocode4Share specializes in providing promo and coupon codes to consumers, which can then be used at online retail sites. Visitors to the site can also gain valuable information about special online deals and read other cost-saving tips. Using ratings from members, Promocode4Share is able to ensure only the most valid deals rise to the top of search results, increasing success for shoppers.
As Promocode4Share’s infographic points out, the vast majority of money each household spends on Easter this year will be spent on candy. Ninety percent, according to the infographic, will go toward sweets, which will then fill baskets to be given to children on Easter morning.
Through perusing the deal’s on the Promocode4Share site, consumers can obtain valuable coupons to save money on each item they buy. As strapped as many households are in the current economy, these savings can be a welcome relief to many family budgets.
A couple of other factoids in the infographic include the information that the largest chocolate egg measured in at 27 feet high and the largest jelly bean jar weighed 6,050 pounds. In addition to this fun infographic, Promocode4Share provides information about consumer deals and shopping in general on its blog.
Promocode4Share offers deals on such popular sites as Amazon, Kohl’s, and Zazzle. Through its rating system, customers can easily see which promo codes are successful and which aren’t. Each coupon is given a percentage of success based on customer ratings, with many coupon codes achieving 100 percent success rates.
To view the deals at Promocode4Share or see the information in the infographic, visit Promocode4Share’s website at http://promocode4share.com/. Members can also sign up for a weekly e-mail that notifies them of the best deals of the week.