- “Amazon sellers had record-breaking $4.8 billion in worldwide sales Black Friday through Cyber Monday, a 60 percent increase over 2019 sales for the same period.
- Sales on Cyber Monday increased 15.1 percent year over year, based on analysis from 80 of the leading 100 eCommerce merchants in the U.S., according to Adobe. The figures fell short of Adobe’s forecast of $12.7 billion.
- Adobe adjusted its online sales forecast slightly downward to $184 billion for the entire holiday season, a 30 percent hike over 2019. Original 2020 forecasts were $189 billion.
- Cyber Monday orders for curbside pickup were up 30 percent from 2019, and 37 percent of digital sales were made on mobile devices, according to Adobe’s data.”