U.S. Thanksgiving, Black Friday store sales fall


Sales and traffic at U.S. brick-and-mortar stores on Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday declined from last year, as stores offered discounts well beyond the weekend and more customers shopped online.

Internet sales rose in the double digits on both days, surpassing $3 billion for the first time on Black Friday, according to data released on Saturday.

Data from analytics firm RetailNext showed net sales at brick-and-mortar stores fell 5.0 percent over the two days, while the number of transactions fell 7.9 percent.

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2 thoughts on “U.S. Thanksgiving, Black Friday store sales fall”

  1. lol, people have no money anymore… the politicians and companies have done a great job turning america into a slave country… the chains are there if you look for them…

    Always be a light that is shininginthedark

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