• Sunday , 4 December 2016

Daily Cashback Industry News

Cashback News: Amazon update – Holiday sales, global moves, strategies

Cashback News: Amazon update – Holiday sales, global moves, strategies

Amazon accounted for 30.9% of all sales from Black Friday to Cyber Monday according to a report from Slice Intelligence. Amazon, Walmart and Best Buy were Black Friday weekend sales winners said Moody's analyst Charlie O'Shea.

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Cashback News: US $3.45 billion Cyber Monday record sales news roundup

Cashback News: US $3.45 billion Cyber Monday record sales news roundup

Cyber Monday set a new US sales record reaching $3.45 billion, up 12.1% compared to 2015. Most popular items sold on Monday? Sony PlayStation and Apple iPad, while at Walmart it was the Samsung 55″ HDTV and Barbie’s Dreamhouse. Amazon sold ...

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Cashback News: US Black Friday sales results are in – a record $3.34B online

Cashback News: US Black Friday sales results are in – a record $3.34B online

Preliminary results are in for Black Friday sales and online hit a record $3.34 billion in sales, according to Adobe Digital Insights. Black Friday sales soared by 21.6% but some e-commerce websites, including Macy’s, were down briefly causing consumer frustration and lost ...

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Cashback News: Happy Thanksgiving

Cashback News: Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving to our many US friends and industry colleagues. We hope you enjoy your feast with family and friends!

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Cashback News: Final pre-Black Friday sales predictions and news roundup

Cashback News: Final pre-Black Friday sales predictions and news roundup

With just two days until US Black Friday kicks off, we have pre-Black Friday predictions and a final pre-holiday news roundup. Statista charts the impressive historic growth of Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber-Monday sales. Despite optimism, Deloitte and other experts ...

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Cashback News: Mobile commerce holiday shopping trends and news updates

Cashback News: Mobile commerce holiday shopping trends and news updates

Today, we’re looking at the impact of mobile commerce on e-commerce and holiday retail sales. Neosperience reports smartphone users spend nearly three hours daily looking at mobile devices. Deloitte Digital says 84% of consumers use their mobile phone while shopping in store. Kmart’s ...

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Cashback News: Black Friday – Latest US retailer strategies, news and updates

Cashback News: Black Friday – Latest US retailer strategies, news and updates

Amazon's US deals launched Wednesday featuring a long list of planned discounts and will end just prior to Christmas in the US. A CNN news video highlighted several interesting facts: each Amazon fulfillment center holds 15 million items; orders travel eight miles of conveyor belts; packages get less than one minute of human contact.

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Cashback News: UK retailers wonder if Black Friday wIll be black or red?

Cashback News: UK retailers wonder if Black Friday wIll be black or red?

One Hour Translation research suggests 27% of UK shoppers will buy on Black Friday. An LCP Consulting study found 61% of UK retailers believe Black Friday is unprofitable and unsustainable compared with 32% in 2015. Amazon plans to run its sale for 12 days compared with five days last year and figures to ship more than 9.5 million orders.

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Cashback News: E-commerce gaining momentum in Latin America – market updates

Cashback News: E-commerce gaining momentum in Latin America – market updates

B2C e-commerce sales in Latin America will grow from $71 billion in 2015 to more than $87 billion by 2018 according to Statista. Their report also notes 38% of consumers use mobile for search and 27% purchased via mobile. Business Insider expects online shopping to grow 17% annually in Latin America with Brazil making up 42% of the total and Mexico 12.3%.

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Cashback News: What’s up with China’s Singles Day promotion and sales projections?

Cashback News: What’s up with China’s Singles Day promotion and sales projections?

Alibaba has already racked up more than $1 billion in sales and more than $5.2 billion in the first hour with more than 84% of sales on mobile devices. 2015 Singles Day sales were $14.3 billion in China for one day alone. compared with a $5.8 billion in US Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales.

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