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Management Science Associates, Inc. Market Basket Analysis of Magazine Purchasers in the Grocery Channel November, 2002 GROCERY CHANNEL MARKET BASKET ANALYSIS AGENDA Study Methodology Who is the Magazine Newsstand Purchaser?

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Management Science Associates, Inc.

Market Basket Analysis of Magazine Purchasers in the Grocery Channel

November, 2002


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GROCERY CHANNEL MARKET BASKET ANALYSIS

AGENDA

  • Study Methodology

  • Who is the Magazine Newsstand Purchaser?

  • What is the value of the Magazine Newsstand Purchaser to the Retailer?

  • What is the Shopping Behavior of the MagazineNewsstand Purchaser?

  • What is the Value of the Magazine NewsstandPurchaser to the Publisher and Advertiser?

  • What are the Opportunities?

Copyright © 2002, MANAGEMENT SCIENCE ASSOCIATES, INC. BMH10/02


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Market Basket Study Methodology

  • Analyzed blind loyalty card data for over one million households and over 285 million purchase transactions

  • Covered a full year of purchases, September ‘01 through August ‘02

  • Involved ten stores at each of two mid-sized, regional grocery chains

  • Cleansed data to eliminate:

    • Shopping trips resulting in a purchase of under five dollars

    • Negative purchase values

    • Cards that showed over thirty-five scans in a one-week period

    • Cards that did not show at least one shopping occasion during the last three quarters of the study period

Copyright © 2002, MANAGEMENT SCIENCE ASSOCIATES, INC. BMH10/02


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Who is the

Magazine

Newsstand

Purchaser?


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Magazine Purchasers

Non-Magazine Purchasers

30%

26%

24%

23%

25%

21%

21%

21%

20%

Percent of Households

14%

13%

15%

10%

9%

8%

8%

10%

5%

0%

18 - 24

25 - 35

36 - 45

46 - 55

56 - 65

66 - 75

Note: Data provided by one chain

Age


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Magazine Purchasers

Non-Magazine Purchasers

40%

34%

35%

31%

30%

28%

30%

25%

20%

Percent of Households

18%

20%

15%

14%

15%

10%

6%

5%

5%

0%

Grade School

HighSchool

Some College

4-Yr College

Post Graduate

Note: Data provided by one chain

Education Level



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Magazine Purchasers

Non-Magazine Purchasers

33%

35%

32%

31%

28%

30%

25%

22%

18%

20%

Percent of Households

15%

11%

10%

9%

10%

6%

5%

0%

< $20,000

$20,000-

$40,000-

$60,000-

$80,000+

$39,999

$59,999

$79,999

Note: Data provided by one chain

Income Level


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Magazine Purchasers

Non-Magazine Purchasers

40%

35%

35%

31%

30%

25%

22%

20%

Percent of Households

19%

19%

20%

16%

13%

15%

9%

8%

10%

3%

3%

5%

1%

1%

0%

One

Two

Three

Four

Five

Six

Seven +

Note: Data provided by one chain

Household Size




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Magazine Purchasers Retailer?

Non-Magazine Purchasers

76%

80%

70%

58%

58%

60%

50%

42%

42%

40%

24%

30%

20%

10%

0%

% of Shoppers

% of Total Retail

% of Total Grocery

Grocery Dollars

Items Purchased

Significance of Magazine Purchasers




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Average Number of Items Purchased Retailer?Per Shopping Week



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Percent of Households by Grocery Retailer?Spending Level


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What is the Shopping Behavior of Retailer?the Magazine Newsstand Purchaser?


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Percent of Shoppers Within Each Business Line that are Magazine Purchasers

24% of Total Grocery Store Shoppers Purchase Magazines

57%

60%

54%

52%

50%

45%

44%

42%

41%

41%

38%

40%

34%

34%

33%

31%

28%

30%

25%

20%

10%

0%

HBC

DELI

MEAT

VIDEO

PHOTO

FLORAL

BAKERY

SEAFOOD

TOBACCO

PRODUCE

GROCERY

PHARMACY

GREETING CARDS

PREPARED FOODS

GENERAL MERCHANDISE


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Coupon Usage Among Magazine Purchasers and Non-Magazine Purchasers

Note:Data provided by one chain



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Average Yearly Magazine Spending By Purchase Frequency by Category

$140

$121.12

$120

$100

$80

$55.13

$60

$38.62

$40

$25.82

$16.15

$16.11

$20

$5.35

$0

TOTAL

1 - 3

4 - 6

7 - 9

10 - 15

16 - 20

21+

Purchase Frequency


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80% by Category

68%

70%

% of Households

% of Magazine Dollars

60%

50%

40%

35%

30%

23%

20%

14%

14%

13%

9%

7%

10%

6%

5%

5%

2%

0%

1-3

4 - 6

7 - 9

10 - 15

16 - 20

21+

Purchase Frequency

Percent of Households vs. Percent of Dollarsby Purchase Frequency





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Magazine Shopper’s Average Basket Expenditure by Number of Magazines in Basket

$100

$92.26

$90

$81.96

$80

$73.65

$70

$62.79

$60

$50

$45.14

$40

$30

$20

$10

$0

0 Magazines

1 Magazine

2 Magazines

3 Magazines

4+ Magazines


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Main Line Magazines in Basket

Front End

80%

60%

% of Magazine Dollars

40%

20%

0%

Total

1-3

4-6

7-9

10-15

16-20

21+

Magazine Purchase Frequency

Percent of Magazine Dollars by Purchase Frequency and Store Location


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High Grocery Spending Magazines in Basket

Medium Grocery Spending

Low Grocery Spending

50%

41%

40%

33%

30%

20%

11%

11%

10%

2%

2%

0%

Main Line

Front End

Percent of Total Magazine Dollars by Grocery Spending Level and Store Location



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Percent of Households that Purchase Advertised Products Publisher and Advertiser?

Magazine Purchasers

Non-Magazine Purchasers

76%

80%

70%

62%

58%

56%

60%

44%

50%

42%

38%

40%

24%

30%

20%

10%

0%

Total

Advertised

Advertised

Advertised

Households

Cookies

Crackers

Cereal


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Category Development Index for Advertised Products by Magazine Purchasers and Non-Purchasers

Magazine Purchasers

Non-Magazine Purchasers

200%

182%

174%

159%

150%

100%

81%

77%

74%

50%

0%

Advertised

Advertised

Advertised Cereal

Cookies

Crackers





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What are the Opportunities? Magazine is in the Basket


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Opportunities Magazine is in the Basket

  • Broad-scale approach to better merchandising

  • Cross-merchandising between magazines and high-margin or high-ticket items

  • Magazine department located near high-margin departments and seasonal or impulse items

  • Placement of magazine racks within related grocery departments

Copyright © 2002, MANAGEMENT SCIENCE ASSOCIATES, INC. BMH10/02


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Opportunities Magazine is in the Basket

  • Business line product mix adjustments based on magazine sales or Magazine category adjustments based on business line sales

  • Multiple magazine purchase incentives managed through loyalty card program

  • Coupon effort or other trial or continuity promotional programs

  • On-product subscription premiums or copy offers with the purchase of advertised product

Copyright © 2002, MANAGEMENT SCIENCE ASSOCIATES, INC. BMH10/02


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