The company said that chop hands Monday on November 30 this year is expected to break last years record, with sales expected to grow 15% to 35% year-on-year, reaching $10.8 billion to $12.7 billion, making it the largest online consumption day in history.
In terms of holiday sales this year, the National Retail Federation is expected to grow at least 3.6% year-on-year to about $755 billion, of which online shopping sales will increase by at least 20% to about $2020 billion.
On e-commerce platforms such as Amazon and bestbuy, many businesses have given the same discounts this year as in previous years, which has boosted online sales. In order to reduce the time of staying out, consumers are more willing to shop in these places, from fruits and vegetables to toys.
Chief executive of the American Retail Federation, said: