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Top 18 stores where high-end consumers say they shop

Linda Miller Modified: May 15, 2013 at 5:11 pm •  Published: March 24, 2009

 It seems the recession is affecting most of us, even consumers with annual incomes of $250,000 or more. 

 Unity marketing, a luxury consumer research firm based in Stevens, Pa., provided WWD with a look at the top, mid-tier and discount stores where high-end consumers were shopping. “The stigma attached with shopping down-market is gone,” said Pam Danziger, president of Unity Marketing.

Here’s the Top 18:

1. Target (46.2 percent)

2. Costco (39.5)

3. Macy’s (48.6)

4. Nordstrom (31.9)

5. Wal-Mart (25.9)

6. Kohl’s (20.6)

7. Bloomingdale’s (19.3)

8. T.J. Maxx (18.6)

9. Sam’s Club (18.2)

10. Neiman Marcus (16.4)

11. J.C. Penney (14.2)

12. Lord & Taylor (12.5)

13. Saks Fifth Avenue (12.3)

14. Dillard’s (11.5)

15. Sears (11.5)

16. Barney’s New York  (7.2)

17. Kmart (6.9)

18. Bergdorf Goodman (5.8)

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