BELOIT, Wis., Jan. 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- FatWallet.com, where millions of online deal hunters go to stack coupons with cash back, released a new infographic displaying results from an annual TV Buyers survey (*TNS). The survey revealed nearly one quarter (24%) now stream the majority of their TV content (43% of those under age 30). Of those that said they would buy a new TV in 2015 (26%), price has the biggest influence over TV purchases (45%) while 53% to spend more than $500+ and 28% will spend $700+ (up 18% and 17% over 2014, it respectively). They also say they're most likely to make a new TV purchase during Black Friday, followed by Super Bowl sales, (Note: Super Bowl ranked #1 time to buy a TV in 2014).
"January is the best time to find a TV deal on the bigger, smarter," stated Brent Shelton, FatWallet spokesperson. "January shoppers get a two-for by saving money on a big ticket item and enhancing their viewing experience for the big game."
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*The national survey conducted online by TNS on behalf of FatWallet.com in January 2015 was fielded among 1,000 adults ages 18 or older.