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[Satire] Online Black Friday sales set a new record

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Adobe Analytics says Black Friday online sales were 2.3% higher than last year. Electronics, smart home equipment, toys and exercise equipment provided the biggest boost. Adobe predicts that American shoppers spent more than $9.55 billion across Saturday and Sunday. Cyber Monday is expected to be the "biggest online shopping day again"
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Online Black Friday sales set a new record

Online Black Friday sales in the United States topped a record-breaking $9.12 billion this year, according to Adobe Analytics, kicking off a solid start to the holiday shopping season despite inflation and other economic concerns.

2 months ago·Atlanta, United States
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Online Black Friday sales set a new record

(CNN) — Online Black Friday sales in the United States topped a record-breaking $9.12 billion this year, according to Adobe Analytics, kicking off a solid start to...

2 months ago·Boston, United States
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Online Black Friday sales set a new record

Online Black Friday sales in the U.S. topped a record-breaking $9.12 billion this year, kicking off a solid start to the holiday shopping season despite inflation and other economic concerns.

2 months ago·Cherokee County, United States
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Online Black Friday sales set a new record

Online Black Friday sales in the U.S. topped a record-breaking $9.12 billion this year, kicking off a solid start to the holiday shopping season despite inflation and other economic concerns.

2 months ago·Missoula, United States
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Online Black Friday sales set a new record

People wait in line to enter Macy's department store during Black Friday in New York City on November 25.

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Black Friday Sales Top $9.12 Billion, a New Record

Although record-high Black Friday sales indicate high consumer confidence, it doesn't necessarily mean those participating can pay upfront.

2 months ago·S F, United States
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