A boy and girl give presents to their mother on Mother's Day, circa 1955. (Photo by Lambert/Getty Images)
Debbie Lord, Cox Media Group National Content Desk
Just in case your mom hasn’t reminded you lately, Sunday is Mother’s Day.
The day we honor Mom ranks third in retail spending behind Christmas and back-to-school shopping, according to the National Retail Federation. The NRA survey shows Americans will spend more than $22 billion this year looking for that just-right gift for Mom.
Around 80 percent of us will buy a card, and 67 percent will buy flowers, the NRA survey showed. Jewelry and personal services top the list of gifts moms would like to get.
Below is a list of links to retail advertisements for Mother’s Day gifts, and some gift suggestions.
Which stores have Mother's Day sales?
Major retailers are advertising Mother's Day sales for all sorts of gifts. Here are links to some of the ads for in-store and online merchandise.