Retailers are spending more on their merchandise than ever.

But a recent survey from online retailer Spawar reveals that a majority of shoppers are paying more for their merchandise.

And the online retailer found that more than half of customers were spending more than $10 per item on apparel, shoes and accessories in 2016.

And this isn’t the first time shoppers have been getting more bang for their buck at Walmart and TJ Marts.

More than 20 years ago, in the midst of the Great Recession, Walmart opened a retail outpost in San Francisco, where it offered discounts to shoppers who bought merchandise at the store.

This was part of the store’s strategy to increase sales and attract customers.

But the idea of paying more to customers has become something of a norm for retailers as shoppers have moved to online shopping.

That trend is set to continue, as shoppers continue to shop on more than 50 different platforms including, and Target.

According to the latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau, online sales at the retail sector are up by 8 percent in 2016, compared to 2015, and the retail industry is expected to account for 16 percent of total U.K. retail sales by 2021.

But in the past, there was a big debate over whether or not retailers should ever charge more to consumers.

In 2009, for instance, then-CEO of Target Stuart Weitzman told the Washington Post that he was against “any kind of price discrimination.”

He went on to suggest that if shoppers did not like the product, they should “buy a different product.”

But with the advent of e-commerce, that’s no longer the case.

In 2016, for the first year of the Amazon Prime program, more than 25 percent of all online purchases in the U, UK and Australia were made by Prime members, according to The Guardian.

This year, retailers like Walmart, Target, , and are offering free shipping on orders of $99 or more.

And when shoppers go shopping online, the prices are set by the sellers.

“It’s like if a restaurant has a menu and a server charges you a dollar more for your meal,” said Matt Bensinger, senior editor at online retailer

“You can see that the prices go up because there are people willing to pay more.”

And that’s the way it should be.

In this year’s survey, Spawar asked shoppers whether they thought they would be willing to spend more on merchandise.

Only 30 percent of respondents said they would, and nearly half of shoppers said they were willing to take a premium over what the retailer offered.

“I think we are getting a lot more aggressive about pricing,” said David Ebert, CEO of retail consultancy company IAB.

“A lot of retailers are starting to offer free shipping and discounts on orders over $100.

But for most consumers, they are still getting the same price.”

“They still want to shop,” said John Leeson, CEO and co-founder of the American Apparel Association.

“But they are willing to give up something to do that.”

If you are looking to shop online, you might want to be aware of the difference between a discounted rate and a promotional rate.

A promotional rate, which is used to advertise a discounted price or offer a discount, is used by retailers to increase the number of people who are willing, or able, to pay a higher price.

This is often done in the form of a coupon.

A discount rate, on the other hand, is not advertised by retailers and is used as a way to increase a retailer’s profits.

When a store or retailer offers a discount on merchandise, it typically means that they are offering a better price than what they charge at the other retailers.

The discount is often in the amount of 5 percent to 10 percent.

This means that the retail outlet is offering a lower price than the other retailer.

“Retailers need to know that they have to be competitive,” said Ebert.

“They have to have the best price and offer the best deals.

And it’s not a good thing to just keep charging the same rate.”

You might also want to take advantage of discounts and offers at other retailers, such as the discounting on online orders at Target and Walmart, or at

While the discount offers are good for shoppers, it’s often not the case for retailers.

“In the last 10 years, retailers have tried to do everything in their power to increase online sales, but it’s a different story with online purchases,” said Leeson.

“Most retailers will do a discount or two for their customers, but they are not able to offer that to online shoppers.”

When shopping online for products, shoppers should be aware that some retailers are charging a higher percentage of the price of items than others.

This includes the price at Amazon, which typically ranges from 10 percent