Cyber Monday 2009 Sales: Up Over Last Year

Posted: Dec 1 2009, 11:51am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:58pm CDT, in News | Black Friday


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The data is finally in! Cyber Monday 2009 was a hit! TechCrunch reports that Coremetrics data shows a 13.7% increase in sales this year compared to last year. There was also a 24.1% increase in sales on Cyber Monday over online sales on Black Friday. That's great news for online retailers, and for the economy in general. Despite the recession, we seem to be having a very healthy holiday season.The average online order for Cyber Monday was $180.03, as opposed to an average of $170.19 on Black Friday. Last year's Cyber Monday only saw average sales of $130.24, but the recession caused more consumers to flock to the Internet for deals this year. It looks like all those special Cyber Monday sales paid off.

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