Millions of Australians intend spoiling mum on Sunday with everything from flowers to pyjamas, according to last-minute research.
More than a quarter (26 per cent) of us will choose a Mother's Day bouquet, says a national survey by comparison site Finder.
Mother's Day cards (20 per cent) and chocolates (19 per cent) were the next most popular choices among 913 respondents surveyed late Friday afternoon.
In total, 62 per cent of Aussies said they planned to get mum "something" for Mother's Day.
A tad over $100 was the average spend for gifts. Men will apparently fork out an average of $128 and women $87.
Gen Xers shape as the most generous gift-givers for dear old mum, with an average budget of $126. Younger Gen Z respondents don't have pockets quite as deep, with the Zoomers spending an average of $94.
Geographically, South Australians ($108) will spend most, closely followed by sons, daughters and grandchildren in NSW and WA (both $107).
Queenslanders plan to spend $76 on average.
"Being a mum can be a demanding, and at times thankless job, so having a dedicated day to celebrate mothers is a really lovely occasion for many of us," said personal finance expert Kate Browne.
"There's still a day to go until Mother's Day, so if you haven't bought mum a present yet, it's definitely time to get cracking."
MOST POPULAR MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS
Flowers (26 per cent)
A card (20 per cent)
Chocolates (19 per cent)
Jewellery (12 per cent)
A meal out (12 per cent)
Pyjamas (12 per cent)
Nothing (8 per cent)
Source: Finder's Consumer Sentiment Tracker
Australian Associated Press