The number one impulse buy is food you don't need. Americans, on average, spend $3,000 on coffee and lunch per year! That's crazy! But what about beer? A man in a Vegas night club decided he wanted to build a fort made out of cardboard beer boxes. He bought $80,000 worth of beer just for the boxes, and he built his fort. Here’s a list of the most impulse buys:
Groceries You Don’t Need (or Really Even Want)
The Beer Bottle Cap Hat
Certain Types of Clothing (You Know What I’m Talking About)
Theme Parks & Midway Games of Chance
Latte & Lunch
Slacker gives Steve so much crap for his dog bed. He wants a beer bottle hat. If he knew where to find one right now, he’d buy it. He gets conned into getting apps when he just uses the phone, such a waste. He was at a memorabilia sports store and bought a jersey for $450 for his mom. He immediately regret buying it.
Steve bought a doggy bed in Vegas that was $1,200 to hold his toilet paper in his bathroom. It is a clam-shaped dog bed that came with gems. He even had to buy it a plane ticket home from Vegas so the total for this dog bed was $1,500!