Women’s gifts for men are starting to show up more often, according to a new survey.
The survey, published by research firm Gartner, found that 56 percent of men polled are buying gift cards in 2018, up from 49 percent in 2017.
While women are still buying giftcards at a smaller rate, they are now making more purchases for men, with 62 percent of those polled buying gift certificates and 58 percent buying gift codes.
Women are now more likely to be buying gift tickets, which have risen as a share of gift card purchases for both genders.
The gift ticket is a way to get a specific gift card that you can redeem for a gift.
For example, a woman might buy a gift ticket that gets her an additional $25 gift card.
Women are also buying gift card gift cards with their employer, as they are more likely than men to have employees sign up for a card, the study found.
In 2017, gift cards made up 51 percent of the average gift card purchase for men.
In 2018, they make up 57 percent.
While the increase for men has been a slight increase, it still isn’t as big as it was in the past.
Gift cards made 52 percent of average gift cards purchases for women.
This year, it has risen to 60 percent.
The survey, which surveyed 1,000 U.S. adults, found a number of trends that may be related to the increase in gift card sales.
For one, the number of men buying gift vouchers has increased.
Gartners study also found that men are purchasing gift cards at a much higher rate than women.
It’s important to note that while men are buying more gift cards, women are buying a greater number of gift tickets.
In 2017, women bought 37 percent of gift cards.
This fall, they’ve grown to 60.
The study also pointed to the increasing number of companies that are offering gift cards to their employees.
In fact, it’s now the second-most popular gift card on LinkedIn, according the study.
The new survey is a good reminder to men that it’s OK to be different.
There are lots of options out there, and there are some pretty attractive options out for gift cards and gift certificates, too.