A Record-Setting Cyber Week Continues With a $9 Billion Black Friday

It's the second-largest online shopping day in U.S. history

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It may have been a Thanksgiving week without many typical traditions for many Americans—travel and major gatherings, for starters. But there are some rituals that even a pandemic couldn’t cancel, and shopping on Black Friday was one of them.

According to data provider Adobe Analytics, Americans spent a record-setting $9 billion online on Black Friday this year. That’s a 21.6% increase over 2019 when consumers spent $7.4 billion. The final numbers fell within Adobe’s predictions, which put estimated spend on Black Friday between $8.9



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