MIDWAY, FL - Today is unofficially "National Returns Day," and according to UPS, it's expected shoppers will return 1.3 million packages.
While National Returns Day seems to focus on shipped returns, you can't leave out consumers who return gifts in person to the stores where they were originally purchased.
So what are the gifts likely to be returned?
Clothing is the most returned gift and makes up a full 62% of all returns.
Decor is on the list because most of us create home spaces with our individual taste and though friends and family mean well, the decorative gift they may get you might not match your taste.
Candles is another gift returned every year because it's considers the gift of having a gift to guive away.
Now what about the items you are most likely not to return?
The list includes experimental gifts, like movie tickets and gifts for pampering and gift cards of course.