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December 7, 2013

Thanksgiving Shopping : Historical Data



The Data from he National Retail Federation  shows the  Black Friday spends by U consumrs  during  the Thanksgiving weekend 

The Federation's definition of “Black Friday weekend” includes Thursday, Friday, Saturday and projected spending for Sunday. The survey estimates number of shoppers, not number of people.

The length of the shopping season is not the same across all years: the date for Black Friday varies between 23 and 29 November, while Christmas Eve is fixed at 24 December. 2012 had the longest shopping season since 2007.

 The Chart below shows the  statistics on Black Friday and Thanksgiving Weekend  

Year

Date

Survey Published

Shoppers, millions

Average Spent

Total Spent

Consumers Polled

Margin for Error

2013 

Nov 29

Dec 1

248m

$407.02

$57.4 billion

4,464

1.5%

2012

Nov 23

Nov 25

247m

$423.66

$59.1 billion

4,005

1.6%

2011

Nov 24

Nov 27

226m

$398.62

$52.5 billion

3,826

1.6%

2010

Nov 25

Nov 28

212m

$365.34

$45.0 billion

4,306

1.5%

2009

Nov 26

Nov 29

195m

$343.31

$41.2 billion

4,985

1.4%

2008

Nov 27

Nov 30

172m

$372.57

$41.0 billion

3,370

1.7%

2007

Nov 23

Nov 25

147m

$347.55

$34.6 billion

2,395

1.5%

2006

Nov 23

Nov 26

140m

$360.15

$34.4 billion

3,090

1.5%

2005

Nov 24

Nov 27

n/a

$302.81

$27.8 billion

n/a

n/a

December 2, 2013

Smartphones to drive US Holiday Spending online past $50billion





holiday-season-e-commerce-sales
via at Statista

The holiday season is the most important time of the year for both online and offline retailers in the United States. Analytics firm comScore expects digital sales to reach $55.2 billion during this year's holiday season, with mobile sales contributing $7.1 billion.


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