Top 10 Black Friday 2009 Sales Charts See Wii And GPS On Top

Posted: Nov 29 2009, 10:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:53pm CDT, in News | Black Friday 2018


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This is the first holiday shopping season that has no Wii supply issue in the United States. This year the price of the Wii dropped to $199 and we actually have seen the Wii sell as low as $169.99.
It is no surprise that the Wii is to be found on the top spots of Black Friday sales charts.
Retail Decisions (ReD) a card payment processing company has published their analyses of the Black Friday sales activity. According to their numbers Black Friday 2009 online retail sales have reached $3 billion, up on last year by 52%.

This number supports that Black Friday is more and more also becoming a Cyber Friday.
In addition ReD has identified the top 10 performing consumer products in online sales as follows:

  1. TomTom GPS Navigation System
  2. Kodak Digital Camera
  3. Nintendo Wii
  4. Ice Age 3
  5. Sony Digital Camera
  6. Sansui 19" LCD TV
  7. Sony Bravia LCD TV
  8. Ginii Digital Photo Frame
  9. Playstation 3 120GB
  10. Samsung Digital Camera

Online price comparison site PriceGrabber also published what they saw as the top 10 most popular products for Black Friday 2009:
  1. Wii Console
  2. nuvi 265WT GPS
  3. Apple iPod touch 8GB
  4. D90 SLR Digital Camera Kit
  5. Digital Rebel XSI 12MP Black Digital SLR Camera w/ Kit
  6. nuvi 765T GPS
  7. Wii Fit
  8. Apple iPod touch 16GB
  9. nuvi 255W Wide-Screen Automotive GPS
  10. Nintendo DS Limited Edition Pokemon Pack
The Wii can be found in both lists under the top 3.

Black Friday is behind us now and Cyber Monday Sales have already started. Find more Cyber Monday Deals in our ongoing Holiday Sales coverage.

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