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Online Holiday Shoppers Spend $35 Billion so Far this Season

December 20, 2012

Online spending hit $35 billion over the first 46 days of the holiday season, according to data out yesterday from ComScore.

From November 1 through December 16, sales jumped 13 percent jump over the same period last year. Last week set a record with spending surpassing $7 billion for the first time ever.

Green Monday (a term coined by eBay to refer to the second Monday in December) saw sales of $1.275 billion, while three other days for the season accounted for more than $1 billion in online spending.



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