Repeated advertisements do affect the decision when buying something. Though sometimes it goes the opposite...
I never buy anything because I see it advertised or because it is on sale. I buy what I need and when I need it.
I have a friend who continually buys stuff because he has seen it advertised, or because it looks cool or because it is on sale. This friend also complains about his financial situation.
I won't say I run right and buy things I see advertised. However, if I'm planning on buying something (a new vacuum, a car, or whatever), I tend to pay more attention to those which are advertised the most. Then I go on-line and do some comparisons among what are said to be the top brands and usually buy the one with the highest ratings.
I read lots of reviews after seeing something advertised on rv or the internet.
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