Black Friday Bonanza in US
Black Friday Bonanza in US

Black Friday Bonanza in US

Black Friday Bonanza in US

Online retail sales in the US on Black Friday will surpass $3 billion for the first time, including a record $1.1 billion from smartphones and tablets, according to data released by Adobe, which measures online transactions through its retail marketing technology. GeekWire reported. The record numbers bode well for Amazon and other online retailers as they gear up for what promises to be an even bigger day: Cyber Monday. Adobe estimates that this will be the biggest Cyber Monday on record, with more than $3.3 billion in projected US online sales.

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