Online Spending Tops $100 Billion in 2006

According to an Infoworld report on Y! news, online shopping increased 24 percent over the previous year, with consumers spending $102.1 billion in 2006, topping the $100 billion mark for the first time in history.

As predicted, Cyber Monday (nov. 27, 2006) was not the busiest online shopping day of the year, as a total of eleven other days saw higher spending.

The top three spending days of the holiday season were:

    Dec. 13th – $666.9 million
    Dec. 11th – $660.8 million
    Dec. 4th – $647.5 million

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