We love to pamper our mothers more than our dads, according to a new report from Citi. Consumers spent $16.3 billion on Mother’s Day in 2010, while only spending $11.1 billion on Father’s Day.But it isn’t all bad news for dads, with Father’s Day spending expected to reach an 8-year high in 2011.
Consumers are projected to spend $106.49 per person on Father’s Day in 2011, up from $94.32 in 2010.
Dad’s can expect more special outing spending, but home improvement or gardening tools gifts are rising too.
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