RESTON, VA – For the holiday season through December 5, $14.92 billion has been spent online, essentially the same level compared to the corresponding days last year, says comScore, which tracks Internet traffic.
But for the five days beginning with December 1 (Cyber Monday), the kick-off to the heaviest part of the online shopping season, sales totaled $3.74 billion, up 9 percent versus year ago.
Two individual days in the past week achieved more than $800 million in online spending: Monday, December 1 (“Cyber Monday”) with $846 million, and Tuesday, December 2 with $823 million.
On the Web: www.comscore.com
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